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In December (2016), we went to Capuano’s on Clarksville Rd. West Windsor. We sat in the back room which has wonderful ambiance and is usually quiet. The food is Italian and you have choices of salads, pasta, chicken, veal, and seafood. If what you want is not on the menu, you can put in a request. Also, if you see a dish that you want but don’t want that particular sauce you can request a different one. I had salmon with a balsamic glaze and mixed vegetables. This is not on the menu but can be requested. With your entree you get soup or salad. Everyone enjoyed their meals and almost everyone went home with enough food for another meal. – Bonnie Larson
The WCCP lunch group (eleven of us) had a really good time at K C PRIME on May 26, 2016. The location of our table was not noisy, the food was good, as was the service, and the companionship was, as always, delightful. – Mary Laity
Eight members of the WCCP lunching-out group met at The Brothers Moon in Hopewell on April 14, 2016 and had a very jolly time. The food was excellent, as was the service. The only problem was parking, but we all managed to find a space.- Mary Laity
Rocky Hill Inn, 137 Washington Street (Route 518) in Rocky Hill (it’s right on the main street of the town). Phone 609-683-8930. Nine of the Women’s College Club lunch group met at the Rocky Hill Inn on Tues. March 29, 2016. We had a very nice private room and had no trouble speaking to each other across a large round table. Food was good, and I think we all enjoyed the occasion. – Mary Laity
Metro North at 378 Alexander Road in Princeton (located where the Rusty Scupper used to be). Phone # is 609-454-3121. The WCCP lunch group met at Metro North on Mon. February 29, 2016. We had nine people and, I think, enjoyed the experience of eating there, although two of the meals were not quite satisfactory as served. However, the setting was very pleasant and the conversation was good, as always. – Mary Laity
The WCCP lunching out group ( 15 of us) met at Main Street restaurant in the Princeton Shopping Center on January 21, 2016, for a delightful lunch. – Mary Laity.
Dec 16, 2015; Acacia restaurant, 2637 Main Street in Lawrenceville (609-895-9885). There is a large parking lot at the rear of the restaurant.
Seasons 54 at 12:45 pm on Friday, Nov. 13. Seasons is in the Market Fair Mall, 3535 U.S. 1 (609-799-2152). On Friday the 13th, November, 2015, fourteen of the WCCP lunch group met at Seasons 54 in the Market Fair mall. We would have had our usual delightful lunch if the noise level had not been so high that we had trouble talking to each other. However, things calmed down somewhat at about mid point in our time at the restaurant.- Mary Laity
Thanks to Bonnie Larson, 12 members of the WCCP lunch group had a very nice lunch at Turning Point restaurant in the Mercer Mall this past Tuesday (October 2015).-Mary Laity