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Edible Jersey PUMPERNICKEL PATRANQUE

Scott Anderson and Mike Ryan Edible Jersey Holiday 2015 PUMPERNICKEL PATRANQUE CHEFS: Scott Anderson and Mike Ryan RESTAURANT: elements LOCATION: PrincetonBY FRAN MCMANUS PHOTOGRAPHY BY TOM CLARKE STORY OF A DISH Despite all the critical acclaim that has been directed his way,chef Scott Anderson is disarmingly deferential. When I sat down to interview him at […]

Forget About the Turkey – Thanksgiving is All About the Wine

PRINCETON MAGAZINE November 23, 2015 By Sarah Emily Gilbert http://www.princetonmagazine.com/thanksgiving-wine-pairings/#more-5156 Forget About the Turkey – Thanksgiving is All About the Wine Don’t know which wine to select for Thanksgiving dinner? Our local experts share their go-to pairings so there’s nothing to “wine” about come turkey day. Carl Rohrbach, DWS – Director of Wine Services, Elements […]

Elements Princeton Reviewed by DC Dining

Originally posted here: http://reviews.dcdining.com/2015/12/07/elements-princeton-nj/ REVIEW HIGHLIGHTS · On Rockwell’s decision to dine at elements: “I knew absolutely nothing about Elements before having arrived at the restaurant, and had no preconceived expectations. When I left the restaurant, I realized that I’d had my first Michelin 2-star-quality dining experience in (I’m embarrassed to say) a couple of […]

Princeton Gem Worth the Trip

Delicious, Quirky Fare at Elements in Princeton By Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Is the dining world ready to pluck wrinkled brown mushrooms off a mossy branch? How about a crispy chip of fried poultry skin (dabbed with two-year-old fermented mole) perched on a wiry mesh of chicken wire? Or maybe a premeal quail egg, […]

NJ Monthly: Elements in Princeton Has Reopened

By: Rosie Saferstein The restaurant is now in a new space above sister property Mistral. http://njmonthly.com/articles/eat-drink/table-hopping-with-rosie/elements-in-princeton-has-reopened/ Elements, which last year closed its Bayard Lane location in Princeton, has reopened at 66 Witherspoon Street in Princeton. The restaurant is on the second floor of the building that houses Mistral. Elements serves globally inspired modernist cuisine under […]

Princeton Magazine Feature “Plate to Date: Elements Restaurant”

Celebrate the reopening of elements by trying these exceptional entrees By Sarah Emily Gilbert The critically acclaimed upscale eatery, elements, has a new home in downtown Princeton as of August 11, 2015. With its reopening at 66 Witherspoon Street, gastronomes can continue to savor Chef Scott Anderson’s award-winning “interpretive-American” cuisine, but in an exquisite new […]

A Summery Sashimi Salad and Chrysanthemum Cocktail

The New York Times – T Magazine By Adam Robb Original Article: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/08/11/elements-recipes-sashimi-salad-chrysanthemum-cocktail/?_r=0 Earlier this summer, the New Jersey chef Scott Anderson opened the doors to Princeton’s Mistral Bar, the spirituous neighbor of his year-old Witherspoon Street bistro Mistral. Inside, university professors and foodie types congregate for effervescent cocktails fizzy with homegrown kombuchas and irreverent […]