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gleasonjames Sep 1, 2006 08:27 PM

Going to be playing golf on Monday in Princeton, any suggesions?? I am thinking Harolds New York deli in Edison....Good choice???

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    Sethboy Sep 3, 2006 01:08 AM

    If you eat at Harold's deli you probably won't be able to WALK back onto the golf course, you will have to ROLL.

    Talk about filling, its the antithesis of a "light lunch". Pastrami is actually good, provided you have about 5 people to eat one sandwich.

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      cranrob Sep 2, 2006 12:42 PM

      That would be Tortuga's Mexican Village ( http://www.tortugasmv.com/village.htm ).
      There's a great Shanghai Restaurant in Princeton Shopping Center: Shanghai Park. Try the steamed juicy buns. Witherspoon grill on Witherspoon Street is hugely popular (American), as is Blue Point Grill on Nassau St. (Seafood). Triumph Brewery ( http://www.triumphbrewing.com/ ) on Nassau St. is a great Brewpub. Finally, stop by The Bent Spoon ( http://www.thebentspoon.net/ ) for Gelato, Sorbet, and heavenly cupcakes, or Thomas Sweet on Nassau St. ( http://www.thomassweet.com/ ) for ice cream.

      1. Eggsactley Sep 1, 2006 09:59 PM

        If you like Indian Palace of Asia is in a strip mall on Quakerbridge Road about a mile east of Rte 1. I remember a good Mexican place on a little street in town...Tortuga if my memory serves me correctly.

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