Hotel Year Built 2004 Additional Property Description Our all suite hotel in suburban Princeton, NJ makes visiting Princeton University, College of NJ and Rider University convenient. Enjoy shopping in the Princeton area, at the MarketFair Mall, Quakerbridge Mall, or downtown Historic Princeton. Located on Route 1, 10 miles north of Trenton in Carnegie Center with area companies located nearby, such as Bristol Myers Squibb, Educational Testing Service, Bloomberg, Bank of America, Covance and Tyco. Enjoy area restaurants within walking distance including Big Fish Seafood Bistro, PF Changs and Macaroni Grill. See a movie at MarketFair mall at the UA Movie Theater or visit Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA for family fun. All of our suites are equipped with the latest amenities and including free high speed internet and HD TV. Our spacious Hearth Room is where complimentary breakfast is served daily, as well as light appetizers 3 4 evenings per week. We are a pet friendly hotel for small dogs and cats only.
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In 1973, George Rude took up residence on Griggstown Quail Farm, then a two-acre plot on which he nourished a handful of quail. He purchased the farm outright in 1992, by which point the acreage had expanded to 75 and now housed thousands of pheasants, chickens, and ducks in addition to descendants of the original quail. The farm continues Rude’s concept today, letting poultry raised free of growth hormones, antibiotics, and mandatory gym class live cage free.
Inside a storefront on the farm’s lush grounds, chef Matthew Sytsema stays hard at work in the Griggstown Farm Market’s USDA-certified kitchen. Famed for its chicken pot pie, the shop’s ready-made eats also encompass desserts—from classic apple pie to strawberry-rhubarb pie—and handcrafted soups. Distributed by New York and New Jersey restaurants, seasonal farmers’ markets, and their primary purveyor, D’Artagnan Inc., their poultry also makes mouths water throughout their area.
During the past three decades, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra has grown from a community chamber orchestra into a professional-caliber ensemble. Today, it acts as a musical oasis for the community under the guidance of Rossen Milanov, who brings the experience he gained in his 11 years with the Philadelphia Orchestra and his brief tenure as an eccentric billionaire’s metronome. Since its founding, the orchestra has found a home at the historic Richardson Auditorium, a venue designed by the US Treasury’s supervising architect in the 1890s and renovated to acoustic excellence in the 1980s. The hall is so sonically pleasing, in fact, that six-time Grammy winner Buddy Graham named it among the likes of Carnegie Hall as one of the world’s greatest concert halls, according to the venue’s website.
Within Paint the Roses Tea House and Cafe, Tea-For-All approaches the ancient drink with a holistic and welcoming attitude. Staffers lead an array of tea classes, from exploratory history classes to specialized sessions on how to brew the best cup, understand the complex varietals of oolong, and custom blend tea during workshops. Tea-For-All also commissions unique blends from specialty tea-makers, and creates blends of its own, such as Tropical Mist green sencha tea and Cold Comfort with chamomile, peppermint, licorice, and lemon. They also make a variety called Labyrinth, a soothing blend of green tea and herbs that make it possible for you to get out of any maze without a lawn mower.
After a stroll through Savory Spice Shop, one can only imagine that founders Mike and Janet Johnston must have a kitchen that looks quite similar. The shop extends from the avid cookers' love of sharing personal spice blends with family and friends. It currently features over 400 herbs and spices and a colorful selection of exotic spices from India, Africa, and the Mediterranean region, as well as a variety of hand-blended seasonings and 140 signature seasoning combinations, all of which spring from original recipes designed by the Johnstons. Each week, the shop's staffers grind spices fresh onsite that are available to smell, taste, and buy in as little a quantity as half an ounce, filling the air with mouth-watering aromas and ensuring high-quality ingredients for bakers, cooks, and eccentric millionaires with spice jacuzzis.