Great news. Two new restaurants just opened and two more are coming soon to Nassau Park Pavilion, a popular shopping center in West Windsor Township.

I stopped by to check them out and they're great additions to the area.

Bluestone Lane opens first Mercer County location

The first one is Bluestone Lane. It's an Australian inspired coffee shop and café featuring an all day brunch menu, bowls, sandwiches, pastries, and other snacks.

Chris Rollins
Chris Rollins
loading...

Everything looked scrumptious. There are breakfast sandwiches on brioche, croissant sandwiches, egg cups, banana bread slices, granola pots, muffins, cookies and more.

Chris Rollins
Chris Rollins
loading...

There was a chill vibe...the perfect place to meet friends or bring your laptop and get some work done while grabbing some grub.

This is the only location in Mercer County. There are only two other NJ locations in Hoboken and Jersey City and 3 locations in Philadelphia.

Get our free mobile app

Just Salad Now Open in Nassau Park Pavilion

The second fast casual restaurant is Just Salad.

You can build your own salads, bowls, wraps, soups, avocado toast and smoothies. Their menu is tailored to your lifestyle...keto, paleo, gluten free, vegan, or climatarian.

Chris Rollins
Chris Rollins
loading...

The health-conscience place reminds you to always, "Eat With Purpose."

Click here to see the menu.

Chris Rollins
Chris Rollins
loading...

There's room for two more restaurants in the newly-built strip of the center.

Paris Baguette and Mezeh are coming soon to Nassau Park Pavilion

 

Coming soon is Paris Baguette and Mezeh Mediterranean Grill.

Paris Baguette is described as "your neighborhood bakery café serving pastries, warm breads, gourmet sandwiches, salads, stunning cakes and expertly brewed drinks."

Click here to check out the menu.

Mezah Mediterranean Grill's slogan is, "Seriously good food, made from scratch."

It's DIY bowls. You can choose the meal, greens, grains, protein, toppings, sauces, and then add sides, sweets and drinks.

Click here to see the menu.

I'll let you know when I find out opening dates.

Restaurants that closed in New Jersey During 2023

Here are some of the restaurants that closed their doors around New Jersey in 2023 listed alphabetically. Did your favorite restaurant close in 2023? Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.

Gallery Credit: Dan Alexander

LOOK: Counties with the highest unemployment in New Jersey

Stacker compiled a list of the counties with the highest unemployment in New Jersey using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Counties are ranked by unemployment rate in November 2023.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

More From 94.5 PST