Blue Point Grill
The Blue Point Grill has been a go-to dining spot on Nassau Street since it first opened in 1999. Located in the adorable town of Princeton, New Jersey, Blue Point Grill stands right next to the Nassau Street Seafood and Produce Company, ensuring that only the freshest ingredients make their way onto your plate.
The team at Blue Point Grill works hard to ensure that the seafood they serve comes straight from the ocean to your plate as quickly as possible, so that you can enjoy the perfection of freshly caught food.
By its produce and seafood selections, the restaurant supports sustainable fishing and farming practices that benefit the Earth. At Blue Point Grill, wide windows let the sunshine in during the day and flood the outdoor dining patio with a warm glow at night. Exposed brick, sculptural features, chalkboard menus, and high ceilings lend an ambience of contemporary chic to the cozy interior.
Every day, Blue Point Grill has something different on the menu, whether it’s the chef’s latest culinary creation or the freshest catch of the day. There are some specialty offerings, too, including whole Greek Bronzini, grilled Portuguese octopus, and Point Judith skate wings. If you’re looking for the restaurant with Princeton’s best oyster selection, you’ve found it at Blue Point Grill. The raw bar, piled with ice, yields oysters like Malapaque, Watch Hill, Saint Simon, East Point, Royal Miyagi, Moonstone, Pemaquid, and more.
Entrees include comfort foods like seafood and sausage paella, Blue Point Bouillabaisse, and Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes. You’ll see fresh fish offerings like Brazilian Swordfish, Scottish Steelhead Salmon, Florida Mahi Mahi, and Australian Barramundi. Lemon sole from the Gulf of Maine, Suzuki Mulloway from New Zealand, and Yellowfin Tuna from Costa Rica are a mere sampling of the myriad of delicious fish that often appear on the menu.
The atmosphere at Blue Point Grill is warm, inviting, and relaxing. Feel free to dress in casual attire and bring the whole family. Children can enjoy selections from the kids’ menu, including a shrimp basket, chicken tenders, pasta, filet mignon, or grilled salmon.
When you plan your visit, keep in mind that Blue Point Grill is only open for dinner, unless you have a special reservation for a private lunch with a large group. The restaurant is a BYOB establishment, so remember to select your own bottles of beer and wine to bring with you.
Make reservations at the Blue Point Grill by visiting the restaurant’s website and filling out the handy short form, or call 609-921-1211. Sunday through Thurdsay, Blue Point Grill can open their dining space for groups of up to 30 guests. You can also arrange to have a private lunch at Blue Point Grill for groups of 45 or more individuals. To arrange accommodations for a large group, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-921-1211. The hospitality team will answer your questions and let you know if the Grill is available for your private dining event. Whether you’re having a small wedding reception, a birthday party, an anniversary dinner, a business gathering, or some other kind of celebration, you can count on being welcomed and well-fed by the Blue Point Grill team.