5 Wonderful Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Princeton

On the day where we go out of our way to show our moms exactly how much they mean to us, Princeton provides plenty of options. Whether Mom wants a show, a stroll or a shopping trip, there’s something for everyone in our roundup below. Kick off the day with a fragrant bouquet of freshly…

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Fun Thanksgiving Facts

When most people think of a Princeton Thanksgiving, the first thing that comes to mind is spending joyous time with family and feasting on culinary delights such as as golden-roasted turkey, fluffy stuffing, tangy cranberry sauce, and whipped cream on top of pumpkin pie at the historic Yankee Doodle Tap Room. Wherever you spend your…

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Princeton Ghosts & Hauntings

Do you believe in ghosts? Princeton is one of those places where skeptics cross the threshold and start saying yes. Mysterious lights, strange presences, and ghostly figures have made Princeton a ghost hunter’s paradise. Nestled between New York and Philadelphia, the small town of Princeton is steeped in history. From the Lenape Native Americans, to…

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Corporate Meetings & the Benefits of Natural Light

Since before the American Revolution, our meeting space has been widely known among political, business, and military leaders to invite focus and ignite creativity. Our superior amenities and top notch customer service have always fostered a comfortable and productive environment for our esteemed guests. While our hospitality greatly compliments the overall experience, the mood of…

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Steps from Everything…

One of the many benefits of staying with us here at the Nassau Inn is our close proximity to first-class shopping, dining, entertainment, and history. Our guests truly appreciate being just steps away from everything. As evidence, here is a list of 10 popular attractions in downtown Princeton – along with the number of steps…

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April in Bloom

Community Spotlight April was another incredible month for downtown Princeton. The entire town literally exploded with color in a matter of weeks as our natural surroundings quickly transitioned from bare, bleak, and brittle to robust, bright, and in bloom. The much welcomed spring weather provided ideal conditions for al fresco dining, window shopping, outdoor sports, and…

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The Selfie Appeal of the Nassau Inn

With a dynamic history, brilliant architecture, and an extensive catalog of distinguished guests, the Nassau Inn has developed a solid reputation for its Selfie Appeal. If you’re visiting downtown Princeton, here are FIVE incredible selfie opportunities on the Nassau Inn property that you won’t want to miss. THE ICONIC RED DOOR The inviting bright red door of the…

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True History of the IPA

You can love them, you can hate them, you can pour them, you can make them, but there is no denying the fact that Indian pale ales have become America’s most popular beer style. In 1978, Congress passed a law that legalized home brewing in the United States. This law brought American brewing into a renaissance, allowing Indian…

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Pi Day of the Century

Pi Day of the Century For the 6th year in a row, there will be much ado in downtown Princeton about the number   Pi (3.14) and Albert Einstein’s 136th birthday. People gather from near and far to partake in this eccentric annual celebration of math, science, and education. But, you don’t have to be…

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