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AL FRESCO: Shown are some of the new outdoor dining features on Witherspoon Street. Many of these will continue through the winter and beyond, says Princeton Councilwoman Michelle Pirone Lambros. “We have continued to provide the bin blocks to block off car spaces on several streets, have waived all fees for permitting and tent utilization, and plan to continue any support needed to expand and continue outdoor dining.” (Photo by Charles R. Plohn)

With Imagination, Improvisation. and Adaptation, Restaurants are Meeting COVID-19 Challenges What a difference a year makes. January 2020. January 2021. Last January, COVID-19 was unknown to most of us, and certainly no one anticipated the enormous impact it would have. In fact, everyone has felt the shock of this virus. It has been a year like no other in recent history. Only the time of the 1918 flu pandemic is comparable. No handshaking, hugging, or touching. Instead, masks, hand sanitizers, temperaturetaking, testing, and social distancing are the new norms. Offices, stores, and businesses have been temporarily or even permanently closed, and “virtual” has become the new reality. Of all the businesses affected, arguably those hardest hit have been restaurants. Sadly, some are permanently gone, while others have managed to stay open, emphasizing takeout and curbside pick-up, and shifting to outdoor dining in the warmer weather, and 25 percent capacity indoors. Serving Customers With imagination and adjustments, they have adapted to the challenges, and continue to serve customers. Despite shortages of products and ingredients, reduced staff, and increased expenses, they are doing their best to stay open. And even while facing this crisis, many of them are helping those in need in the community by generously offering meals and outdoor pantries where food supplies can be picked up at no charge. For example, The Blue Bears Special Meals restaurant in the Princeton Shopping Center has participated in the Mr. Rogers’ Neighbors Kindness Project by delivering meals to families in need. “Our contribution is soups,” says chef/owner Eric Wimmer, adding that it is very important to stay open. “We wanted to give our entire staff the possibility to work safely. We want to be there to serve our clientele, who tell us how important it is for them to see us open and be able to find here a little comfort, warmth, and good food.” The Blue Bears is set apart in many ways, including its international flavor, and, especially, by its underlying

concept of encouraging and enabling young adults facing intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to find opportunities for learning and meaningful work. “We had to reduce our staff to a bare minimum during the height of the pandemic,” reports Wimmer. “But since September and October, they have gradually come back, and we now employ four of the eight IDD staff we had originally.” Safety Precautions All the state-required safety precautions are in place, with all staff wearing masks and gloves, tables six feet apart, and 25 percent indoor capacity. In addition, he notes, ”As an extra precaution, we have installed filters inside that are able to trap particles greater than five microns.” Takeout and curbside pickup are available, and many customers order online. Catering is also another service. The good food, including its delicious pastries, at The Blue Bears continues to be a hallmark, but there has been an impact, emphasizes Wimmer. “The effect on the menus is mainly in the supply chain disruptions, deliveries, out-of-stock items, etc. We have been able so far to adjust correctly, as we change our menu every day, which gives us greater flexibility. We are all just continuing to adjust to this new environment.” Adjusting is key, agrees John Procaccini, owner with his partners of several restaurants, which are part of the Gretalia Hospitality Group. Among them are Trattoria Procaccini, Pj’s Pancake House, and More Than Q Barbecue as well as Osteria Procaccini in Pennington and Crosswicks, among others. “I think the local restaurants are hanging tough with the support of our local customers,” he points out. “We are grateful for them for adapting to all our COVID changes and the new way to dine out. Barbecue is still going strong, but there has definitely been a sharp drop since all the holiday warnings came out around Thanksgiving. Takeout is more than 80 percent of our weekly sales. “Outdoor dining was a blessing during the warmer months,” he continues. “This helped tremendously, and we currently have all of our patios open for those who wish

to brave the cold temps. However, we rarely get people who want to sit outside at this time. “So, we are at 25 percent capacity inside, and that’s not nearly enough to even try and tread water. Of course, all of our staff is checked daily for fever, and are asked a series of health questions. Gloves and masks are worn by all, and we do an intense sanitation of high traffic touch points hourly.” Meal Packages In addition, Procaccini continues, “We have implemented unique meal packages and online ordering and delivery platforms to help our customers get the food they love safely and efficiently.” Another challenge for the restaurants has been increased costs to implement so many changes, he adds. “Expenses have increased dramatically because of all of the PPE (personal protective equipment) requirements from the state mandates. The cost of takeout containers and bags, signage, tents, outdoor furniture, and heaters have added to this.” Staff has not been reduced, he points out, because generous unemployment benefits are a factor. “We are actually having a difficult time filling positions because of this.” Menu items have actually increased, he reports, with the addition of family-style offerings for easy set-up at home. “We also offer catering for small events of 25 people or less. My hope is for an increased indoor dining capacity and continued customer support in any fashion that makes them feel safe and comfortable.” Spring Reopening The Momo brothers — Carlo, Raoul, and Anthony — are in charge of a number of popular Princeton and area restaurants, including Mediterra, Eno Terra, Terra Momo Bread Company, and Teresa Caffe, as well as the Bread Company outlet in the Trenton Farmers Market. Teresa Caffe is currently closed, and the hope is for a spring reopening. The situation has been daunting, to say the least, explains Raoul Momo. “It has been incredibly painful, from the very start, when the Continued on Next Page


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governor shut down all restaurants on March 16. And it is still difficult through today, with winter upon us. “The town has been very helpful in allowing expanded outdoor dining, and we hope they will allow us one more year of it, as the summer and fall of 2020 were lifesavers. People enjoyed going to restaurants, just not indoors. The other lifesaver was the PPE. Without that, all our places would have closed indefinitely.” Although they follow all the safety precautions, including weekly spray sanitizing of the facilities, testing employees, etc., indoor dining has been seriously affected, he says. “The guests really only want to dine outside, but the heating really does not work when temperatures drop below 50. When you dine, you are seated, relaxed, and eating, so you will get cold. We say, ‘Bring your own blanket!’” Costs have increased, he adds, with tent rentals, meat prices, and other items, and unfortunately staff had to be substantially reduced. After initial problems with limited meat costs and availability, that situation has now eased, he says. He is very pleased about their new Box to Table program, which began last April. “This has been a very successful pivot for us. The food is prepared at Mediterra, and customers pick up their Box at the Bread Company curbside. The dinner is fully prepared, and generally feeds four. The menu changes weekly, and it usually sells out each time. We can only make so many. This is not processed food. It is offered Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.” “We also have DIY pizza and paella kits,” continues Momo. “It’s a whole new business for us, and we’re sorry we did not diversify into it earlier. It was the pandemic that made it happen, but this type of business could easily grow. Customers have been asking if we can continue it post-COVID, and we hope to do so. “It’s our mantra to ‘Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay in business!’ All our businesses remain open, and our plan is to try and keep it that way. But we know it won’t be easy. We will need, most importantly, the support of our loyal patrons. They have been absolutely fabulous; buying gift cards, getting takeout, donating to help the staff, buying our takeout Box to Table specials, buying wine, etc. It is amazing!” Witherspoon Street “Everyone appreciates the way pedestrian traffic has opened up on Witherspoon Street. People have really enjoyed coming together and eating outside,” says Adam Angelakis. As co-owner, with his brother Nick, of Olives Gourmet & Bakery at 22 Witherspoon Street, he adds that “We are thankful and grateful for the way the town has allowed us to adapt to these changing times.” Indeed, the Witherspoon Street-scape is filled with intriguing scenes and scenarios as people enjoy the many outdoor dining opportunities that have been available. The street’s new traffic pattern has made it possible for more outdoor tables and

attractive settings to line the thoroughfare. “I want to give credit to for mer Mayor L emper t, the Princeton Council, and the Engineering Depar tment” says Angelakis. “They worked hard to make outside dining possible, and they have worked closely with the business community. I also want to compliment the Arts Council, and artistic director Maria Evans and her team. They have done a wonderful job of painting and beautifying the street.” He also points out that, in many ways, the challenge of the virus has actually brought out the best in people. “There has been a lot of sharing, with Witherspoon Street businesses working together as neighbors and supporting each other.” Healthy Eating “I also appreciate our customers who have stayed with us, and I enjoy spending time with them,” says Angelakis. “They have been so loyal. Our specialty is healthy prepared food, and everything is made from scratch. Healthy eating is definitely popular today, with healthier dishes in demand. We have healthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and specials every day, including box lunches to go.” Olives offers several dining options, he points out. “People can come in and select what they want; they can eat outside (if it’s not too cold); they can pick up their order curbside or inside, or we can deliver to their home or office. For delivery, they just need to download the apps, Doordash or Snackpass. “We are witnessing a real community effort and togetherness,” he says. “Somehow, the virus has created this sense of community and cooperation, and customers are really appreciating it. There is a lot more patience and kindness. Of course, we are looking forward to the virus being gone and getting back to normal or the ‘new’ normal, but in the meantime, we are all doing the best we can, and taking one day at a time.” One day at a time. That is good advice. And in these times we are living in, the municipality is facing challenges on many levels, all the while trying to maintain a viable downtown, with thriving stores, businesses and restaurants. In addition to Princeton’s unique history and its home to a prestigious university, it has always been known as an attractive setting for shopping, and increasingly, for dining. As new Mayor Mark Freda points out, a variety of options are being considered to create a positive outlook on many fronts. “The town staff, last year’s and this year’s elected officials have put a lot of effort into helping our businesses. That will remain an important focus going forward.” Landscape Elements In addition, Freda notes that the outdoor dining front was popular, and is expected to continue, along with the changes to the Witherspoon Street traffic pattern. He adds that “The one-way traffic pattern removes a traffic lane allowing that space to be used for something else. So the preliminary thoughts envision that newly available space for more landscape elements in some areas, and wider pedestrian elements in

other areas. All are possibilities for business uses, such as outdoor dining, etc. The town will continue to work with business owners and building owners on a consistent basis, with all of us working together to see what makes the most sense.” He also points out that changing traffic on Witherspoon Street can cause some traffic to go elsewhere. “The town has retained a traffic engineering firm to look at the streets around Witherspoon, as well as the intersections around the area. So there are projections on the traffic impact, suggestions for traffic-related and intersection improvements, and other actions to help create a coordinated traffic pattern for the area.” Princeton Councilwoman Michelle Pirone Lambros also emphasizes that the one-way traffic on Witherspoon will allow for more space for outdoor dining as well as redesigning the space for more green areas and more pedestrian and bike-friendly opportunities. “We are in the process of doing the redesign, and we hope to have more flexible space where parking can be metered by kiosk instead of individual meters; also, repaving to eliminate curbs, and create a pedestrianfriendly space. New lighting and landscaping will also be included. The first phase of the redesign will be from Nassau to Green Street, with the portion of Spring to Nassau being one-way northbound, as it is now. “We are also working to improve the timing of the traffic light on Vandeventer, and will make the Chambers to Nassau Street intersection a right-turn-only lane. No changes are anticipated on Palmer Square.” Resiliency Fund Helping the businesses remains an important priority, she emphasizes. “We worked with Princeton University and the Greater Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber Foundation to create the Princeton Small Business Resiliency Fund that gave out over $450,000 to many of our local restaurants as $5,000 grants. “We also worked to create activations over the holidays to help create an outdoor setting for patrons. Many restaurants continued to have outdoor dining, with space heaters and tenting, and continue to do so. “Another effort is to encourage a ‘Shop Local, Eat Local’ program, working together with the Princeton Merchants Association. Takeout is the best way to help our restaurants through these next months, when dining out options may be limited due to inclement weather.” Looking ahead, she says the municipality is open to suggestions on further ways to help the restaurants, while stressing that local support is crucial. “I would like to encourage our residents to think local first. We have a wonderful array of cuisine at various price points — something for everyone! If every resident could make the effort of ordering out once a week (or more, even better!), we can help our restaurants get through these very difficult months.” —Jean Stratton

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Takeout Directory


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Antimo’s Italian Kitchen Appetizers

BBQ SpecialtieS at trenton FarmerS market Thursday–Saturday, 9am–4pm In the Trenton Farmers Market 960 Spruce Street Lawrence Township, NJ

609-325-7357 about Hambone opera’s newask Year'S eve partY Special! BBQ inand Bandor Spicy Sauce. 50 Smoked Wings Original

Italian Antipasto – 17 soppressata, prosciutto, mozzarella, roasted peppers, provolone, olives Bufala Caprese – 13 Calamari Fritti – 12 Shrimp Scampi – 15 Eggplant Rollatini –14 Meatballs (3pcs) tomato, ricotta –13 Mussels-12 Clams –13 / mixed 14 marinara or bianco Sausage & Broccoli Rabe – 12 Chicken Fingers & Fries – 9.5 Onion Rings or Jalapeno Poppers –5 Mozzarella Sticks – 8 Pizza Strips – 5 Garlic Knots (4) – 3.5

Salads

$59.99

Receive of Free Side w/Platter Purchases.

*Pre-Order for New Year’s Eve up until Thursday, December 28, 2017.

Sides

Must Pick Up All Orders by Saturday, December 22 by 4pm. Slaw, Beans, Cornbread

$1.49

Sandwiches and Platters, or Pulled Chicken, Pulled Pork, Brisket, Smoked Baby Back Ribs, By the pound Smoke House Beans, Slaw by the lb. Pulled Chicken lb. All Meats Sold by the$12lb. Pulled Pork Brisket Baby Back Ribs Smoke House Beans Slaw

$14 lb. $16 lb. $13.99 lb. $5.99 lb. $4.99 lb.

16 lb. $185 16 lb. $199 16 lb. $219 Full $85 Full $65 Full $40 $6/Dozen

½ $99 ½ $109 ½ $119 ½ $45 ½ $35 ½ 20

Having a party? ask about our whole Hog Special

Paninis (more online)

Sides

Angus Burgers

house salad & homemade bread Rosemary Chicken veggie – 21 Salmon – 22 add shrimp 8 roasted garlic, oil, mixed veggie Shrimp & Scallops – 29 lemon, butter, mixed veggie

HM Crumbled Sausage / Sauce – 6 Meatballs or Sausage Links (2pcs) –6 Veggie – 6 Broccoli Rabe – 9 French Fries – 3.95 w cheese 5 Fried Pickles – 5

Soup Du Jour

seasonal, served with bread pint 5 / quart 9

Guests Mixed Greens Saladenjoy – 4 / 9 personalized service from Corner an– 14experienced Kiddie waitstaff. Italian Chicken Salad Pasta with Sauce – 7 olives, red onions, fresh mozzarella, roasted 52 East BroadSpaghetti Streetor Penne – 9 peppers, balsamic NJ with 08525 meatball and sauce add chicken 5 / calamari 6Hopewell, / shrimp 8 / Cheese Ravioli (3) – 13 609.466.3333 salmon 8 Tortellini Alfredo – 13 Antimositaliankitchen.com Chicken Fingers with Fries – 9 Homemade Pasta Kids Pizza with 1 Topping – 9.5 house salad & homemade bread Agnolotti – 24 Antimo’s Favorites Three Cheese Ravioli – 19 Fig Crostini – 14 vodka or tomato sauce Sunday Sauce with HM pasta – 26 Spinach Ravioli – 22 Creamy Garlic Toscana Salmon HM alfredo or tomato sauce pasta – 26 Porcini & Sausage Ravioli – 24 Pan Seared Scallops Pancetta HM sun dried tomato, portobello mushroom, pasta – 27 cream sauce Shrimp Scampi HM pasta – 24 Black Squid Ink Ravioli – 26 Marechiara Mixed Seafood HM pasta black pasta, clams, scallops, crab, in an –32 arrabbiata sauce Lobster Ravioli – 26 pink cream sauce Family Packages for 4 Tortellini – 22 served with Bread and Cannoli alfredo, tomato or vodka sauce Package #1–70 Tortellini Tre-P – 24 Penne Vodka, Chicken Parmigiano, Caesar prosciutto, peas, pecorino, cream Salad Package #2 – 100 Classico 3 cheese Ravioli tomato sauce, Sausage & house salad & homemade bread Broccoli Rabe, Bella Napoli with sausage – 18 Mixed Green Salad sun dried tomatoes, spinach, white wine Package #3 – 160 Daniella with chicken – 21 Shrimp Scampi HM pasta, Ribeye Steak mixed mushrooms, caramelized onions, Arugula Salad marsala, cream Francese w chicken – 21 / or shrimp 24 Soda egg, lemon, butter, white wine 2 Liter Soda 3.75 Marsala w chicken – 21 / or veal 24 coke / diet coke / sprite chicken, mushrooms, marsala Parmigiana w chicken – 21/ or eggplant Catering & Parties 17 / or shrimp 24 / or veal 24 View full catering menu on web site: antimozzarella, tomato sauce mositaliankitchen.com/catering Picatta with chicken–21 / or veal 24 We use Bell & Evans air chilled chicken, and capers, artichokes, lemon, white wine milk fed top round veal. Scarpariello w chicken – 25 / or veal 28 sausage, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, in Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs a marinara sauce may increase your risk of foodborne illness. Alfredo – 18 Arrabbiata – 16 marinara, garlic, red chili pepper Cold Subs Bolognese angus beef – 19 ½ subs and whole subs available Broccoli Rabe – 17 served with lettuce, tomato, onions Eggplant Rollatini 18 Italian – 9 / 15 Garlic & Oil –14 ham, salami, cappicola, provolone, oil, Lasagna – 18 vinegar Primavera veggies in blush sauce – 18 Napoletana – 10 / 16 Puttanesca –18 prosciutto, roasted red peppers, fresh olives, capers, chili pepper, plum tomato, mozzarella basil olive oil, balsamic Tomato or Marinara –14 Ham & Cheese – 8 / 14 Vodka – 16 Turkey & Cheese – 8 / 14 Gnocchi with Vodka- 20 Panino Rustico – 12 / 17 Cavatelli with Broccoli- 19 add chicken 5 / sausage 6 / meatballs 6 Hot Subs / pancetta or prosciutto 5 / shrimp 8 / ½ subs and whole subs available salmon 8 Meatball or Sausage – 9 / 16 Meatball; Sausage; Chicken or all entrees are served with pasta Eggplant Parmigiana – 9.5 / 16 gluten free pasta add 5 Cheesesteak – 9/ 16 homemade pasta add 5 Chicken Cheesesteak – 9 / 16 Buffalo Chicken Cheesesteak – 9/16 Neapolitan Seafood Chicken Primavera – 9 / 16 house salad & homemade bread roasted red peppers, provolone, basil Bianco garlic, basil, tomato, white wine Chicken Cutlet – 9 / 16 Fra Diavolo spicy marinara Hot Grinder – 9 / 16 Marinara plum tomatoes, garlic, basil hot ham, salami, provolone mussels 18 / clams 19 / lettuce, tomato, hot peppers calamari 18 / shrimp 24 / scallops 28 / mixed seafood 29 Homemade Wraps Shrimp Scampi with homemade pasta 24 Grilled Chicken, Spinach & Roasted Peppers – 9 all seafood is served with pasta Chicken Caesar – 9 with homemade pasta add 5 Chicken Finger – 9 with gluten free pasta add 5

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served with homemade bread Caprese Salad – 12 Homemade Sauce Antipasto – 10 / 13 – pint 5 / quart 9 Antimo’s casual,Sauce family friendly mixed greens, tomatoes, redoffers onions, olives, alfredo, vodka, marinara, tomato dining with Southern Italian family favorites, ham, salami, provolone Bolognese – pint 7 / quart 11 Arugula Salad – 12 pasta, thin crust pizza, and more. homemade Greek Salad – 12 Italian Kitchen, located in Hopewell Antimo’s Dessert Caesar Salad – 5/ 9 NJ, is aptly self-labeled Borough, Large Cannolias – 3 both a Apple Salad 13 Trattoria and Pizzeria. Antimo’s 40 Ice cream Truffle – 5seat Strawberry Salad - small 8 Tiramisu – 4 friendly. room causal and family Grilleddining Veggie or Chef Saladis– 13

Comes with a Pound of Blue Cheese and Celery. platters Also ComesSandwiches with a Freeand Pound of Slaw & Beans. Pulled Chicken Sandwich $7 $10 Pulled Pork Sandwich $8 $11 Brisket Sandwich $9 the$12 *Come to the Restaurant & Mention ad, Baby Back Ribs $13.99 lb.

TAKE OUT MENU ORDER ONLINE FOR PICKUP 52 East Broad Street Hopewell, NJ 08525 609.466.3333 antimositaliankitchen.com facebook.com/antimositaliankitchen antimositaliankitchen@gmail.com Family owned and operated since Grilled Chicken – 9 eggplant, fresh mozzarella Italiano – 10 prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers, balsamic HM Sausage Broccoli Rabe – 12

served with lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo and french fries or salad Hamburger – 11 Cheeseburger – 12 Mushroom & Swiss – 12 Bacon Cheeseburger – 13

Jumbo Wings

Buffalo ,BBQ, Garlic Parm or Sweet Red chili - all served with dressing 6 Wings – 8 12 Wings – 16 18 Wings – 24 24 Wings – 30 36 Wings – 42 48 Wings – 54

Calzone & Stromboli

served with tomato sauce Plain Calzone – 10 small / 18 large mozzarella, ricotta Plain Stromboli – 11 small / 21 large sausage, pepperoni, mozzarella Extra Toppings – 1.5 / 2.5 Extra Premium – 2.5 / 3.5 Extra Sauce – 1.5

Pizza

Plain Thin Crust –11 small/ 15.5 large White Thin Crust –12 small /18 large White Clam –24 Vegan Veggie –21

Toppings

Veggie – 1.5 small / 2.5 large slices of fresh tomato, green peppers, roasted red peppers, banana peppers, jalapeno peppers, mushrooms, onions, fresh, garlic, spinach, broccoli, artichokes, black olives, green olives, kalamata olives, ricotta, pineapple, extra cheese Meat – 2.5 small / 3.5 large crumbled sausage, pepperoni, bacon, sliced ham Premium – 4 small / 7 large grilled chicken, breaded chicken, prosciutto, meatball, broccoli rabe, fried eggplant, arugula

Extra Sauce – 1.5 Thin Crust Special – 18 / 24 sausage, pepperoni, peppers, onions, mushrooms Arugula & Prosciutto – 18 / 29 European – 15 / 26 pepperoni, spinach, mushrooms, fresh mozzarella Mediterrana – 17 / 28 artichokes, prosciutto, kalamata olives, basil, fresh mozzarella Sicilian – 20 Sicilian Special – 26

Specialty Pizza

for small pizza, add gluten free 5 Margherita – 13 small / 18.5 large Trenton Tomato –12 small / 17 large Trenton Tomato with Sausage – 14.5 small / 20.5 large Buffalo or BBQ Chicken – 18 / 23 Cheesesteak – 18 small / 23 peppers, onions, american cheese, mozzarella Penne Vodka – 18 small / 22 White or Red Veggie – 18 small / 23 Chicken Bacon Ranch – 18 small /23

Brooklyn Pizza Brooklyn Plain – 20 Brooklyn Tomato – 19 Brooklyn with Sausage – 24 plum tomato sauce Brooklyn Margherita – 22.5 fresh mozzarella, fresh basil Brooklyn Eggplant – 25 fresh mozzarella, eggplant, spinach, plum tomato sauce Brooklyn Caprese – 24 fresh tomatoes, sun dried tomatoes, olives fresh mozzarella, basil, olive oil, balsamic Brooklyn Grandma – 25 plum tomatoes, fresh bufala mozzarella, fresh basil, olive oil

Prices subject to change at any time


www.elementsprinceton.com

A La Carte To Go Menu (pick up available between 4:30pm – 6:30pm) We will happily accommodate allergies/dietary restrictions with advanced notice

Wellfleet Oyster $4pc trout roe, scallion, citrus Salad of Local Lettuces $14 seeds. herbs, vegetables Lobster Bisque $16 (quart) yuzu, perilla seed, ginger Madai Sashimi $20 yuzu, perilla seed, ginger Scallop $18 cardoon, parmesan, nori Seared Foie Gras $20 jujube, persimmon, chervil Bobolink Cheese and Mushroom Tart $18 puff pastry, lemon, herbs Linguine $16 local mushrooms, pecorino, herbs Roasted Pumpkin $18 spaetzle, apple, root vegetables Black Bass $25(3oz) $42(6oz) sunchoke, crab, fermented chili & garlic Wagyu Ribeye $36(3oz) $59(6oz) cauliflower, mushroom, spelt Our Bread Whole Wheat Sourdough Boulle $12 ½ Seeded Spelt Loaf $14 Our Cultured Butter $4 menu items subject to change.

Weekly Take Out Menu | @ elements Taking orders for pick up Thursday through Sunday evenings

4:30pm – 6:30pm Phone 609-924-0078 Take Out orders can please placed online or you can call or email us Email info@elementsprinceton.com www.elementsprinceton.com

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(609) 924-0078

TO GO MENU | @ MISTRAL Taking orders for pick up: Monday-Thursday: 5:15pm-8:45pm Friday: 4:15pm-9:45pm Saturday: 11:30am-2:15pm & 4:15pm-9:45pm Sunday: 11:30am-2:15pm & 4:15pm-8:45pm SMALL PLATES Beausoleil Oysters (ea) 3. persimmon, yuzukosho, mignonette foam Foie Gras PB & J (4pc) 12. peanut shortbread & concord grape Butternut Squash Hummus 9. chickpea pita & pumpkin seed dukkah extra pita 3. Cordon Bleu Beignets (4pc.) 11. smoked ham & swiss cheese Tempura Mushroom 12. old bay & tartare sauce Crispy Brussels Sprouts 12. fermented black bean, peanut, chili, scallion Mistral Wings 13. szechuan spice, chili, garlic PLATES TO SHARE Market Salad 12. seasonal vegetables, pecorino, crispy quinoa, red wine vinaigrette Spinach Waldorf Salad 15. apple, celery, walnut, bleu cheese Roasted Cauliflower 15. harissa, almond, tahini, arugula Beef Tartare Toast 15. pepperonata, mushroom, provolone Burrata 16. eggplant, baghara curry, peanut, mint Steamed Mussels 16. leek, crème fraîche, parsley, lemon extra toast 3. Tuna Ceviche 17. beet, avocado, blood orange, chili Crab Cake 17. watercress, citrus, fennel, remoulade LARGE PLATES Dry Aged Brisket Burger 17. bacon jam, garlic aioli add aged cheddar +2 add fries +2 Spicy Shrimp Ramen 21. bok choy, poached egg, ginger, lobster chili butter House Made Pappardelle Pasta 24. mushroom bolognese, swiss chard, sheep’s milk ricotta Poussin Tikka Masala 26. kale, basmati rice, cashew, fenugreek

Skate Picatta 26. beurre blanc, spinach, fennel, pine nut Seared Diver Scallops 30. green bean, mushroom, sunchoke, sherry cream, old bay Wagyu Bavette Steak 32. potato rösti, broccoli, mustard, au poivre sauce Pork Schnitzel 26. crème fraîche veloute, fried egg, b&b pickles, dill DESSERT Butterscotch Pot de Creme 11. bourbon sabayon, banana, miso blondie, walnut Black Forest Cake 11. chocolate, roasted cherry, cream cheese chantilly, almond KIDS MENU Kids Pasta 12. house made pasta with butter & parmesan Kids Burger 12. served with fries ___________________ COCKTAILS TO GO (8oz bottle – $21 16oz bottle – $39) Tee Time vodka, elderflower, chamomile, honey, lemon, sweet vermouth Cincinnati rye whiskey, malabar, ciociaro, demerara, clove Uh Huh Honey vodka, pineapple, lime, honey ginger beer, mint Thaw of Quarantine bourbon, lemon, maple, jalapeño, luxardo maraschino, bitters The Kick & The Hat gin, rhubarb, birch, dry vermouth, orange bitters The Souless gin, ginger beer, ginger liqueur, lime Acapulco mezcal, spiced rum, pineapple, grapefruit, agave Rockatansky calvados, old tom gin, pear liqueur, oj, grenadine The Derby bourbon, lime, cointreau, sweet vermouth Mamie Taylor scotch, lime, ginger, soda

609-688-8808 66 WITHERSPOON STREET, PRINCETON WWW.MISTRALPRINCETON.COM


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Restaurant & Enoteca

4484 NJ-27, Kingston, NJ 08528 (609) 497-1777

Online Ordering | Eno Terra - Farm to Table Restaurant & Enoteca in Kingston, NJ www.enoterra.com WINE Kurtatsch Pinot Bianco ‘Weifsgurgunde’ 2019 Even though most Pinot Biancos have subdued aromas, This has a lovely nose offering beeswax, white stone fruit... $20.00

FAMILY STYLE Family- Style To Go Experience our seasonal offerings, family-style. $39 per person, minimum of 4. Please allow 1 hour of prep time $156 PRIMI Burrata Arugula, roasted beets, citrus vinaigrette, toasted pistacchio, crostini $16.00 Tre Colore Salad Radicchio, endive & arugula, orange segment, toasted almond, citrus vinaigrette, 24 month aged parmigiana reggiano. $16.00 Brussels Sprouts Apple, honey glaze $10.00

SALUMI & FORMAGGI Salumi Board Locally produced artisanal charcuterie Prosciutto di Parma, Sweet Coppa, Capicola,Picante, Cacciatorino,Finocchiona,Salame Biellese $36.00 SECONDI Pastaless Lasagna eggplant, seasonal greens, ricotta, mozzerrella, marinara $24.00 Black Angus Beef 8oz Burger Onion marmellata, fontina, peppadew garlic aioli, baby greens $18.00

Menu subject to change

Al Fresco Dining On Princeton’s Historic Palmer Square

Online Ordering - Mediterra www.mediterrarestaurant.com

Kurtatsch Pinot Nero ‘Blauburgunder 2019 Pinot Noir comes under two names in the Alto Adige, Blauburgunder and Pino Nero an expression… $22.00

WINE & SANGRIA Mediterra 2-Pack Includes: Scarbolo Pino Grigio and Poggio Al Tesoro

Calamari Fritti Spicy tomato sauce, lemon $16.00

Side Shrimp 5 grilled shrimp, extra virgin oil, onion, herbs $7.00

PEI Mussels en Brodetto Garlic white wine & tomato broth, crostini $18.00

Amatriciano Candela rigate pasta, prosciutto di parma, sweet coppa,capicola picante, carmelized onion, garlic, red wine tomato sauce $24.00

Jersey Green Salad local baby greens, tomato,radish,grilled onion, sherry vinaigrette Vegan, Vegetarian $14.00 Pasta Braised Pork Ragu cresto de gallo pasta, braised Bershire pork shoulder, cippollini, pork jus, parmigiana reggiano $26.00 Cacio e Pepe Fettuccini, grana padano, pecorino ramano, cracked pepper, butter sauce $18.00

12oz NY Strip Roasted baby carrots, rock potato, red wine Demi-glace $36.00 Roasted Salmon Roasted beets, Swiss chard, parsnip puree $30.00 Grilled Chicken Sandwich Fontina, tomato confit, baby spinach Vegetarian $18.00 Amish Half Chicken whipped potato, Brussel sprouts, chicken jus $32.00

Side Chicken 5oz chicken breast, extra virgin olive oil, herbs $6.00 SALUMI & FORMAGGI Formaggi Platter Selection of Artisanal Italian Cheeses Pecorino Brillo, Gorgonzola Dolce, Nabbabo,Roccolo Valtaleggio 24 month aged Parmigiana Reggiano $26.00

‘Mediterra’ Toscana $29

START Artisan Bread Olive oil & focaccia spice $4.00 Grass Fed Meatball San Marzano, herb & whipped ricotta $12.00 Artisan Cheeseboard Seasonal jam, spiced almond & grape $17.00 Papas Bravas Fried potato, manchego aioli & salsa brava Vegetarian $8.00

Tuscan Chicken Soup kale, cannellini bean & charred charred onion $10.00

Biscotti Classic almond, chocolate $11.00

“Pollo e Orzo” Salad field green, grilled chicken, olive, sun-dried tomato vinaigrette & ricotta salata $19.00

Flourless Chocolate Torte Vanilla cream, strawberry $11.00 Tiramisu Expresso, mascarpone cream, cocoa $11.00

Sangria to Go! Traditional Spanish Punch. Red wine, spirits, and fruit. 64 oz. 4 pack with 4, 16 oz. individual tall boys. $40.00

Caesar Salad Little gem lettuce, toasted focaccia bread crumb & parmigiano $8.00

MAIN

Baci Gelato Trio Chef ’s selection of gelato and sorbet $11.00

4 Pack 16 oz. Classic Sangria

Falafel Radish, cucumber, pickled onion & sumac yogurt $14.00 Shrimp Cocktail Tomatillo, horseradish, roasted onion & cilantro citronette

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Seasonal Fruit Crostata Apple/cherry, vanilla ice $11.00

We are open for outdoor & indoor dining! Book your reservation now.

House-made Tagliatelle Braised lamb, cippolini $26 Lump Crab Cake Broccoli rabe, red quinoa, celery root puree & lemon $32.00 Beef Bourguignon Short rib stew, brussels sprout, turnip, cipollini onion & whipped potato $29.00

16 oz. Classic Sangria Sangria to Go! Traditional Spanish Punch. Red wine, spirits, and fruit. $13.00

Beef Brisket Empanada roasted onion, pepper, pumpkin, chili & salsa brava Antipasto Plate jamon serrano, fresh mozzarella, guindilla pepper, tomato jam, roasted pepper & balsamic $16 Chickpea & Carrot Tehina Hummus pistachio, pickled radish & pita $14.00

House -made Cresto di Gallo “mushroom Bolognese”, cremini & shitake ragu, san Marzano, herb, parmigiano $23.00 Pastaless Lasagna Roasted eggplant, Portobello, garlic spinach, pompodoro & fresh mozzerrella $25.00 Nordic Blu Salmon Haricot vert, baby potato, toasted coconut, garlic radish & winter citrus vinaigrette $29 The Med Burger -grassfed beef, roasted tomato, Berkshire bacon, Havarti, salsa verde & fries $18.00

Salmon Tartare avocado puree, pickled maitake, radish, cucumber. Sesame vinaigrette & crisp shallot $15.00 NJ Green Salad roasted badger flame beet, car acara orange, pink grapefruit, herb & Dijon $9.00

Local Half Chicken Polenta, roasted red onion & shishito pepper, DESSERT Orange Olive oil Cake Whipped sweet ricotta $10.00 Biscotti chocolate walnut & vanilla almond $7.00 Buterscotch Budino Custard, almond crunch, sea salt $10.00

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