The eating clubs at Princeton are sure to bore you by the end of summer, especially in the face of fresh fare served at Elements. Drop by for brunch and fill up on French toast with Vermont maple syrup and bacon, pecan, vanilla ice cream, or order their steak and eggs, with “48 hour” short ribs, fried eggs, and home fries.
No visit to Princeton is complete without a stop at Hoagie Haven, an institution for subs since the 1970s. Dinner at David Burke Fromagerie will be sure to impress and locals sing the praises of Ajihei Sushi for the freshest, finest-quality fish around. To satisfy your sweet tooth, the Little Chef Pastry Shop has a wide selection of exotic tarts and pies that are out of this world.