Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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What’s the Best Restaurant in Downtown Princeton?

(Photo/Dylan Powers ’25)
(Photo/Dylan Powers ’25)

Nothing beats a relaxing day in downtown Princeton—whether you want to walk around, study in the library, or buy some clothes, there’s something fun for everyone. But, there’s one thing that could make or break any Princeton visit: the choice of food. Downtown Princeton is filled with a variety of diverse eateries, but which one beats them all?

Sophomore Beth He cites La Mezzaluna as the best restaurant. She is an avid fan of Italian cuisine and encourages all lovers of pasta and tiramisu to give it a visit for its delectable food options and outstanding service. 

Another important factor many Princetonians look for is the ability of a restaurant to accommodate allergies. Junior Meera Shah says her favorite restaurant is Pizza Den, a small pizzeria with quick service and friendly workers. Dealing with dairy and nut allergies her entire life, Shah was pleased to find that she could order pizzas from Pizza Den with Daiya, a cheese substitute. She also admires the high-quality products they serve, mentioning that their pizza is “cooked nicely, so it’s not too crispy, and has great sauce!”

Personally, a visit to Tacoria is a must every time I am in the Princeton area. Tacoria is a popular Mexican restaurant and is always packed with eager-to-eat customers. With walls decorated with vibrant paintings and energetic music blasting, the restaurant creates an ambiance that is simply unbeatable. They also have a wide menu of tasty options, including vegetarian alternatives for almost every item. 

The restaurants of Princeton all have their own strengths and assets, and while people might have personal favorites, there is no true winner of the best restaurant title. It is all dependent on individual tastes and needs. So, the next time you go to downtown Princeton, maybe try a new restaurant—you never know, it might end up being your new favorite!

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    Janice KaplanApr 13, 2024 at 5:42 pm

    I love pjs pancake house. The potions are huge. And very tasty.