Ales of the Revolution & Oktoberfest

This is part of the ongoing “Beers with Newman” series.  Check out the “Beers” category in the sidebar. I’d like to indulge further into the topic of beer and the American Revolution. Many colonists would find themselves in their neighborhood pubs, secretly discussing the plans of revolt or the many taxes imposed on them by…

Welcome Back Princeton University Students

This post was co-written with Lucia Scotto. Autumn is the season that the Nassau Inn staff looks forward to the most.  The trees along Palmer Square and Nassau Street begin to burst with vibrant colors and the streets awaken, filled with the hustle and bustle of Princeton University students, parents, and professors.  The Nassau Inn…

Tweeting Your Way Through the Red Door

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! With Blackberries, iPhones and Droids at our fingertips (literally), we are constantly connected. Smart phones are making social networking…

September Events For Everyone in Princeton

Theatre.  Sports.  Music.  Food.   September brings seasonal and annual events you won’t want to miss – within Mercer County and right here in our backyard.  As the Princeton CVB states: “Princeton.  Not just a town, an experience.”  After the summer winds down, the pools and beach houses are closed, the kids go back to…

Team Nassau Inn

The historic Nassau Inn would like to welcome our newest  members of the Food and Beverage Management Team, Greg Newman and Carter Smith. Greg got his start in the field of hospitality while in college. While attending East Stroudsburg University, he was highly involved with the Campus Activities Board, planning numerous events for the students…

Beers with Newman

I have been a beer enthusiast for many years, attending all sorts of events such as brewery tours, beer festivals, tasting and pairing dinners, and home-brewing seminars. My wife hates going into the beverage store because I spend so much time searching for a new beer I haven’t tasted. Each month I receive my Mid-Atlantic…