Palmer Square Tree Lighting
Where are you going to be Friday night? If you answered “the tree lighting at Palmer Square” then you will be in the company of thousands who come downtown each year to share in the illumination of the big tree on the Green. Those of you who haven’t shared in the moment yet you need to experience the magic of the event to realize just how special it is.
I am amazed every year that my kids ask if we are going to attend the Palmer Square Tree Lighting. “Where else would we be” is always my answer. It is a tradition that started for us many years ago. I could not imagine being any other place than the Palmer Square Green for this event the night after Thanksgiving. It is the kickoff to our holiday season and gets us in the mood to celebrate and to share special times with family and friends. I love the music, the decorations and the festive atmosphere, but most of all I love the look on my children’s faces when it all comes together and the magic pixie dust lights up the tree and Santa leads the crowd in a rousing round of Jingle Bells. There is nothing more precious to me than seeing the innocence in their eyes and the pureness in their voices as they sing along, even when it is out of tune. Continue reading
This post was co-written by Jackie Brigante.
In honor of Get to Know Your Customer Day, we went behind the red door in search of insight from our own Nassau Inn guests.
As members of the sales team, we understand how important it is to know our customers well. The more we know about them, the better we are able to cater to their specific needs, and as a Hotel; we love learning about our guests. It’s always interesting to hear what brings people to Princeton, and what they enjoy doing while visiting.
As part of Get to Know Your Customer Day, which falls on the third Thursday of every quarter, we ventured out of our offices to connect with our guests. While meandering through the hallways, we came upon Cara and Anne Marie utilizing our Foyer to get some work done. These two ladies graciously allowed us to gain perspective into their stay at the Nassau Inn.
We would like to send out a big thanks to Anne Marie and Cara for opening up and allowing us to get to know two of our valued guests. To any of our other customers out there, keep the input coming!
As social media is taking the world by storm, the Nassau Inn has jumped on the bandwagon. You can find us everywhere from Facebook, Foursquare, Twitter and right here up close and personal with our blog!
The devices we live by!
With Blackberries, iPhones and Droids at our fingertips (literally), we are constantly connected. Smart phones are making social networking fast and easy. With this technology we have been able to interact with our Princeton friends and loyal followers through Facebook and Twitter on a daily basis; without them even having to turn on their computers!
These “followers” as Facebook and Twitter have come to reference users, can keep up with daily postings and events within their chosen friends, families and businesses. The social media team at the Nassau Inn keeps our friends and followers up to date with lunch and dinner specials, musings from the team, pictures, promotions and even games!
Megan & Joe at the Nassau Inn Photo: Encore Entertainment
Megan and Joe met on their first day of school at The Culinary Institute of America in the fall of 2000. After completing their degrees, Joe moved back to his hometown in Massachusetts and Megan went with him. They decided to have a three year engagement, giving them plenty of time to buy a house, a puppy, and plan a culinary feast for their special day.
As Executive Chef and Manager of established Boston restaurants, Megan and Joe raved about their dinner party cocktail hour and five-course reception menu. Read all about their first siting and wedding day at the Nassau Inn in Manhattan Bride Magazine’s Real Weddings section.
What’s your Nassau Inn story? Click on Comments below to share your wedding or social event experiences you cherished here.
Princeton is full of talents. One of our favorites is writer and producer, Craig Keller, who recently had some nice things to say about the Nassau Inn:
Nassau Inn's Famous Red Door
In a college-town awash with ‘upscale’ chain stores and overpriced eateries, the Nassau Inn stands like an oasis — totally refreshing in its old-world charm and convivial atmosphere. So take heed: its facade is no facade. That fire-engine-red door, which centers a tableau like something from Mister Rogers’ train-set, speaks to the genuine charm and civility found just beyond the threshold.
And it is a very old door indeed, standing as one of the more appealing examples of the “1775’ish” elements that abound throughout town, and which include but are not limited to the celebrated Bayard Lane hairshirt, and the Chambers Street weathervane cast in the shape of Lady Sarah Lennox. Continue reading
Nassau Inn Painting by Vincent Di Paolo
Danielle Alford, our recent Nassau Inn trivia winner on Facebook, is engaged to be married to Vincent Di Paolo – congratulations!
Vincent, unbeknown to us, painted this charming picture of the Nassau Inn at the Palmer Square entrance which Danielle just sent to us. Vincent is a local freelance artist who will soon have murals hanging throughout Princeton. The painting is beautiful Vincent, and we wish you all the best on your special day.