Tuesday, November 09, 2010

One for the Princetonians: Lahiere's is closing 

Here's a bit of abrupt news that will rock Princetonians, town and gown alike, of all generations:

The 91-year-old Lahiere’s restaurant, Princeton’s first world-class eatery and host to dignitaries from King Hussein of Jordan to Bob Hope, will close its doors forever on Saturday, November 13.

A lot of people who wear tweed jackets six months out of the year will be sorrowfully disappointed by this news. Indeed, I am sorry that I will not be in town Saturday for the Last Supper, having been invited for dinner by a classmate who scored a coveted table. That relatively minor regret will, however, be salved if that institution's rare Princeton liquor license passes to an innovative chef who will raise the local restaurant game.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Nov 09, 06:57:00 PM:

I saw a report that this was happening in a Yelp review last month, oddly enough, and except that I will miss Chris the bartender I do hope new owners might spruce the place up.  

By Anonymous Boludo Tejano, at Wed Nov 10, 10:44:00 AM:

Not to worry. You can always get a sandwich and a coke at 7-11, or whatever convenience store is nearest you.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 10, 02:36:00 PM:

Wawa is the 7-11 of Princeton (and New Jersey/Pennsylvania/Delaware), but the place you are thinking of is Hoagie Haven.  

By Blogger Leif, at Thu Nov 11, 11:49:00 AM:

Heaven forfend! Where will mean old folks in America's Meanest Town (tm) congregate now!  

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