Monday – Wednesday: 8am-6:30pm
Address 5 Palmer Square West, Princeton, NJ
Eat like a Parisian in the heart of downtown Princeton at Chez Alice Patisserie, an airy café where macarons reflect every color of the rainbow and powdered sugar dusts beignets like fresh snow. Stop in for coffee, tea, or sipping chocolate and peruse the pastry case. Whether you’re looking for the flakiest croissant, the most decadent millefeuille, or the pillowiest madeleines in town, this artisanal bakery is the spot. Take out and gift cards are available.
Chez Alice just won best cafe in Princeton!
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At Chez Alice Patisserie you can eat like a Parisian in the heart of downtown Princeton. Our French-inspired artisanal bakery boasts an airy café with a variety of seasonal specialties and traditional favorites like macarons, croissants, and more. We’re proud to serve delicious food, coffee, and baked goods every day to our unique customer family.
(pictured: Princeton Managers, Shannon Bonomo and Wilson Morocho)
Statement On Sanitation
We are following recommendations from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local authorities in taking extra safety measures during this rapidly evolving health situation.
On top of our already high standards, we are:
Enhancing Cleaning Protocols. We have increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing high-traffic surfaces, such as dining rooms, the bar, handrails, door handles, phones, and bathrooms. We’ve made additional sanitizing products available and require all team members to wash their hands thoroughly and often.
Providing Team Member Support. The best way to protect the health of our guests is by doing the same for our employees! Any team member who does not feel well or experiences flu-like symptoms is asked to stay home and seek medical attention as needed.
Closely Monitoring the Situation. We are committed to being responsive to the needs of our guests as this situation evolves. We will continue to improve operations and follow guidance from the state and local government, CDC, and other public health organizations to keep everyone safe.