What’s “Square” But Also “In?”

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

Through Vincent’s Eyes

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.