Tagged with Blue Point Grill

Been busy

Been busy

Between one thing and another, I’ve not found time for NJ SPICE writing. But I’ve sure been enjoying some great meals! Brunch at Cugino’s Cafe 72 in Ewing, where I had shrimp and grits and my friend chicken & waffles. Dinner at Blue Point Grill with my brother and sister-in-law: Made some yummy slow-cooker Mexican … Continue reading

Oyster Bowl XI-Slurp for the Cure

Sunday is New Jersey’s Oyster Bowl XI, presented by Blue Point Grill and Nassau Broadcasting Partners.  The Oyster Bowl is an annual oyster eating contest to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central and South Jersey. Hundreds of spectators gather each year to watch contestants devour all the oysters they can in a two-minute … Continue reading

Guest Appearance

My sister-in-law’s cousin, Joe Zawistowski, has become a regular at our Christmas Eve dinners.  Joe is an architect, and he travels and eats out a lot with his (many) friends, so I always enjoy talking to him.  He lives north of Princeton, and gets to a lot of places that I don’t, so as we dined on delicious baked cod … Continue reading

For the Holiday Weekend (& beyond)

Last year, 75,000 people attended the annual IndoAmerican Fair held in Mercer County Park.  This year’s fair takes place on September 5 & 6, 11:00am to 7:00;pm, in the same location.  The fair is a kaleidoscope of colorful crafts and other artwork, music, Indian food, and Bollywood-style entertainment.  This is a great event for the whole family; … Continue reading

Wine Mania (and some beer, too)

I am getting more and more emails each week about wine dinners and tasting events in the Princeton area.  These events are all the rage, and many of them seem to sell out quickly, even in this economy.  I think it’s the “value added” aspect of them.  Not only are you enjoying several courses of well-prepared … Continue reading

Wine Dinner at Blue Point Grill

I love the wines of Alsace, so am all revved up about an upcoming wine dinner that CoolVines has arranged at Blue Point Grill, indubitably one of Princeton’s favorite restaurants.  This should be a match made in heaven, so if you are interested, make your reservation “PDQ,” as my mother used to say.  And guess … Continue reading