Nassau Street is the Main Street of Princeton, New Jersey. It begins at the western edge of the Borough at an intersection with NJ Rt. 206. For the next five blocks or so the university is one side of the street and the other side is lined with shops, restaurants, coffeeshops and delis. Palmer Square feeds off of it. There is even a town movie theater on Nassau, which has recently reopened and has art-house aspirations. Further on down the road the shops and places to eat are much cheaper, the prime example being Hoagie Haven. Originally it was part of the nation's first highway, King's Highway, but traffic complaints had US route 1 shifted out of town. The street gets residential before turning into NJ Rt. 27 as it heads to Northeast into Kingston, NJ.

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