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Self-satisfied Princeton is home to Princeton University – the nation's fourth oldest, formed after breaking away from the overly religious Yale in 1756. The tranquil and shaded campus is a beautiful place for a stroll. Just inside the main gates on Nassau Street, Nassau Hall, a vault-like historic building containing numerous portraits of famous graduates and one of King George II, was the largest stone building in the nation when constructed in 1756; its 26-inch-thick walls, now patterned with plaques and patches of ivy placed by graduating classes, withstood American and British fire during …
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Elements Restaurant

Executive Chef Scott Anderson chose the name elements for the restaurant because he is passionate about sourcing fresh, local, organic ingredients and sustainably raised meats and seafood. He wants the very elements of your meal to play a major role in the taste of it. Then he and his team work to reveal the complementary flavor dimensions inherent in the elements by skillfully combining themoften in edgy new ways. Restaurant menus change constantly here, making this the dinner restaurant that is excitingly different every time you return. If you're a foodie, you want to know whereand how--your food grew. It's fascinating, it's a good health practice and it provides extra pleasure from everyday experiences, like a meal with friends. elements is the American restaurant serving local steak and seafood, but with global influences in seasoning and cooking methods. A true culinary adventure!