Please see below for a list of Princeton businesses supporting the NYC-to-PHL Greenway Ride! Let's show them some love August 28-29.
300 Witherspoon Street, formerly the home of the Princeton Packet Newspaper, is home to Homestead Princeton, Capital Health Princeton and future retail and office tenants. On Saturday, August 28 from 4-8 PM, we created a special event to welcome NYC-PHL Ride participants with unique gift shopping, local food & drinks, restorative stretches & massages and entertainment to relax after your long ride. Come enjoy string music from Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra and learn about historic Witherspoon Jackson neighborhood as you shop, eat and relax. (The Princeton Packet traces its lineage to 1786 and is New Jersey's oldest weekly newspaper).Learn more about the Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra
Visit Homestead Princeton located at 300 Witherspoon Street, formerly the home of the Princeton Packet Newspaper. Shop for unique gifts and one of a kind home décor items. Stop by Saturday, August 28 and receive 20% off your highest priced gift item (shipping available) and free shipping for any gift purchase over $75. With any purchase, participants will be entered to win a $100 Homestead gift card that can be redeemed in the store or shopping on our website, www.homesteadprinceton.com.Learn more
Kopp's Cycle Shop (38 Spring Street) was established in 1891 by E.C. Kopp and is the oldest continually running bicycle shop in America - the second oldest in the world! We're dedicated to serving the Princeton community, as we have for many years.Learn more
Le Kiosk (255 Nassau Street) has created special cycling-themed to-go menus for NYC-to-PHL Ride participants with 15 percent of the proceeds going toward the East Coast Greenway Alliance. Please note that orders will need to be placed by Thursday, August 26 at 12 PM for pick-up on Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29.Click to order
McCaffrey's Food Markets (301 N Harrison Street) is providing breakfast items for NYC-to-PHL Ride participants on Sunday, August 29. Supporting the people and communities they serve is a central part of our value and mission at McCaffrey’s.Learn more
Nestled in the heart of downtown Princeton, Palmer Square is an open-air lifestyle center offering the best selection of beauty, apparel, gifts, and home goods. Guests enjoy a variety of dining options in their renowned restaurants, cafes, and artisanal shops, all centered around the historic Nassau Inn hotel. On Saturday, August 28, catch the Flying Ivories dueling pianos from 6-8 PM on the grassy area in front of the Nassau Inn.Learn more
NYC-to-PHL Greenway Ride participants are eligible for a discount and free shipping for purchases from the Princeton University Art Museum Store on Palmer Square (56 Nassau Street). The Princeton University Art Museum seeks to bring the visual arts to the heart of the Princeton University experience for students, scholars and visitors of all kinds as one of the world’s greatest comprehensive museums in an academic setting.Learn more
Visit Small World Coffee at one of two locations in Princeton - 254 Nassau Street and 14 Witherspoon Street. They'll be onsite the morning of Sunday, August 29 with coffee for NYC-to-PHL Ride participants.Learn more
Terhune Orchards is a family, owned and operated 200-acre farm in Princeton. The Mount Family is the 10th generation of farmers in central New Jersey and have been at our current location for over 40 years providing fresh fruits and vegetables as well as a community destination. Terhune Orchards will provide apple cider donuts for NYC-to-PHL Riders on Sunday, August. 29Learn more
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