For the first time in decades, the Princeton Food Club will be offering discounted dinners for those who register in advance.
This means that members of the Princeton food clubs dining club and the Princeton Business School will get discounts on dinner, starting on Friday.
The new policy, which will also apply to the dining clubs of the New York City restaurants New York City Fresh, New Orleans Square, and La Plata, will be in effect from Friday, Jan. 15.
Students will have until Friday, Feb. 2 to register for their dining club dinners.
The policy applies to dining club members, as well as members of their families and those who are eligible to join their families.
The policy also applies to those dining clubs members who are not members of Princeton.
If you don’t want to pay a premium for your dining club dinner, you can use the dining club’s credit card or pay a $30 fee at the time of booking.
To join your family or members, call the dining rooms at Princeton’s dining club offices, 1-800-852-3333.
For those dining in a Princeton dining club or those who want to join them, the new dining policy will be applied to all dining clubs that are open on a daily basis.
In addition to reduced rates on dining, members will receive discounts on the cost of food, gift cards, and a free appetizer.
For those who don’t plan to be in a dining club, a $100 discount on dinner is also available.
For all dining club meetings, the dining program is scheduled to be on Fridays from 5 p.m. until 7 p.p.m., and from 10 p.a.m.-5 p.n.m, but it will be open from 6 a.m.–5 p,m.
on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
The discount applies to a meal, as opposed to a special dinner or a private dinner.
At the moment, members of some Princeton food programs have special dinners, and the policy is not applied to those dinners.
For more information, visit the Princeton Foodclub website ( http://www.princetownfoodclub.org/ ).