The only thing this bagel place had going for it was it's location right on Witherspoons Street. It has since closed but their bagels were just ok. You had more options and better bagels only 2 stores down so I have a feeling that is why this place closed.
Whether you have a big job or a small job, All Brunswicks movers is a good choice. Joe and Chris were great. They were on time, professional and quick. They carefull inspected and wrapped all furniture before moving and it allarrives promtly at its destination in one piece.
The people at Mills are very friendly. They know your name when you walk in the door and their service department is first class. The have a decent sized store with all sorts of HD clothes, knick knacks and collectibles. Every so often you will see they are having a tent sale. It's usually in an adjacent building and the HD stuff is on clearance at rock bottom prices.
I remember having a decent time at Egypt but out of all the clubs in Philly this one is no longer the place to be. I can think of more fun places to go not that far away. The Egyptian theme is carried inside to the decor. The crowd seems really young and the music could be better.
32 as this place is know as, was a trendy little club. They have several bar areas making it easy to get a drink and they have different levels with club music, reggae music, etc. As with any club, this place can get packed on the weekends.
We went to Rock Lobster on a nice summer night for dinner. Then we stayed for drinks and dancing. There is a lively crowd so it's hard to have a dinner conversation but the view of the bridge at night is really nice. The restaurant, bar and club looks out over the water. Plenty or parking in the parking deck next to D&Bs.
I think the Moshulu was a lovely ship and a wonderful dining experience. Overall the food was good, high quality, the finest service, classy ambiance. It was nice to go once but for the price that it was I probably won't go back.
I had the BEST meal and Vidalias. The place is tiny and covered with books. I can't remember what it was called but it was breaded chicken with tomatoes...wonderful! You can park near by where there is plenty of parking but I suggest calling ahead for a reservation since the place will fill up quickly!
We have only ordered pizza from Massimos but it's always hot and fresh. They can handle our large office orders and they deliver on time. Out of all the pizza places in Princeton they are 1 of 2 that deliver and the better tasting of the 2 in my opinion.
The Hyatt is one of the nicer hotels in the area and right on the corner of Route 1 and Alexander Rd. The rooms look out over the atrium in the center of the hotel. It has recently been renovated but they could use a bit more. They have large ballrooms for private parties.