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Princeton dinner recs for wide age range of chowhounds

chowgirl | Jul 31, 2006 04:23 PM

We're visiting Princeton with a 14 mos. old, a 5 yr. old (both well behaved, although the floor beneath the toddler after a meal is quite messy), two 30 somethings, two 60 somethings, and an 88 yr. old.

We're looking for a good dinner spot that will appeal to all, preferably Italian or American. We can't do a fish/seafood restaurant, and Thai is out (allergy to fish in group), but Latin American or Meditteranean cuisines would be okay as well. We'd love a local favorite and something of appeal to the chowhounds in our group. It should not be a chain, and while tolerant of small children, it should not be a family centric restaurant as those places tend to be really noisy, and the older folks just aren't tolerant of lots of noise at dinner. Price wise we'd like something with entrees in the $12-16 range.

Any suggestions for someone with such parameters?

Thanks in advance.

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