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Tipple & Rose Tea Parlor and Apothecary's front door sign
Maria Khartchenko / The Daily Princetonian

A new oasis of ‘tranquili-tea’ for tea and book lovers

“We want to be a place where people can know that when they’re buying something, they’re supporting ballet lessons, or they’re supporting braces; they’re supporting families and entrepreneurs who have a dream,“ said Doria Roberts, owner of Tipple & Rose which recently opened at 210 Nassau Street.

“We want to be a place where people can know that when they’re buying something, they’re supporting ballet lessons, or they’re supporting braces; they’re supporting families and entrepreneurs who have a dream,“ said Doria Roberts, owner of Tipple & Rose which recently opened at 210 Nassau Street.


Cheese pizza slices from six Princeton locations.
TOP left to right: Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza
BOTTOM left to right: Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, Proof
Maria Khartchenko / The Daily Princetonian

We tried 6 local pizza places so you don’t have to

I sampled a classic slice of cheese pizza from six establishments in town. In alphabetical order, they are Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza, Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, and Proof. 

I sampled a classic slice of cheese pizza from six establishments in town. In alphabetical order, they are Conte’s Pizza, D’Angelo Italian Market, Jules Thin Crust Pizza, Nomad Pizza, Pizza Den, and Proof. 


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