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Cafe 44

I’m stepping up my game and really leaving campus. Many of you have probably gone to Nassau Street and explored Palmer Square, but I’m recommending you try out a café that is the very epitome of locally-owned deliciousness, even if it’s a bit of a walk. Just head straight down Witherspoon Street, past the Public Library and past the graveyard. Turn left onto Leigh Street, walk a block, and you’re at Café 44, in the real Princeton (and it was only an extra 10 minutes away). In that sense, maybe “Nassau Coffee Review” is an inappropriate title for this series of reviews, but I don’t just literally mean the street itself. I’m also referring to the slightly more nebulous area that is walking distance from Princeton’s campus. It’s about when, on a Saturday morning instead of heading straight to Wu/Wilcox, you pause and decide to do something special and head somewhere on Nassau. Maybe in this case you’ll head a bit beyond.

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Rating: 8.5/10

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