Flight Lounge Princeton
Nice lounge! Wonderful ambiance for a hotel. Hopefully when you come Tyrone is working the bar, attentive, charismatic and makes a solid mule. Give it a try!
Flight Lounge is actually closed for lunch, yet reservations are available on Open Table. Consequently, lunch did not take place at Flight Lounge but at the hotel’s grill/coffee shop instead...
It was a nice little spot located downstairs of the hotel. My waiter was very nice and helpful she kept checking on me and my guest. It was a nice view outside as well. Since it's summer there was a lot of mosquitos biting us. The food menu wasn't that great and wasn't the same as it is online. Not a lot of simple options for me. But overall it was a good time.
The bar was nice but separate from the restaurant. Great drinks then downhill. The food was of low quality and preparation. Noise was very low because we were the only ones there.
Food was okay. Wings and quesadilla were average, flatbread was good. Service was slow due to staffing. One poor bartender was running the whole place, and it seemed more crowded than usual due to the World Cup being shown.
IT's a wonderful little hotel bar with great food and service. Unfortunately while we were there on a Friday night a group of adults with small children descended on the table portion of the bar. These adults decided not to contain their young children who were screaming and running all over. Other then these unsupervised maniacs it was a very enjoyable evening.
Brandon was behind the bar and was excellent. He was an excellent communicator. He was attentive without being overly intrusive. He was extremely polite and professional. We hope he's working next time we go!
Bar was dirty. Rude bartender and she hardly spoke . She was free pouring liquor without measuring and the cocktails did not taste right, as a result. . Dirty dishes all over the dinning area.
Service was great! Food and beverages were well paired.
Mercedes has been behind the bar the few times we've been and she's the MAIN reason we continue to go back. She is so sweet and helpful!
It's clear that the hotel's bar and lounge is sometimes very busy, sometimes very quiet. Service was a bit slow--but incredibly attentive--to start; when more people arrived, the restaurant immediately sent the bar some help. I was impressed.
Looks a lot more posh online. Tables wobbly; service just okay; not greeted or checked in ( had to contact Open Table to verify attendance).
We went on a Saturday. not very busy. Drinks were good and apps were good.
Lounge bar. The food was good
This is a hotel bar on the 2nd floor lobby. I don't really understand why they take reservations, but if you're not staying at the hotel, it feels weird to be here. We shared a flatbread (ok, not great) and calamari (good). We also had 1 martini each, which were ok. Overall, kind of expensive and a weird setting. The space was clean, modern, and nice, but a hotel bar all the same. They need to up the ante with their food if they want to attract the community.
Excellent food, exceptional service!
It just didn't work. Save your time. Poorly managed. Sat for 30 minutes and didn't even get waited on. Sorry, I'll take the points but won't come back
Really great gem of a restaurant. I'm surprised that more people weren't there. Definitely one of the better hotel restaurants that I've been to.
This is a hotel bar. Service was good. Wine was good. Just thought you should know it is a hotel lobby bar.
Hanging out after work wih the work crew and the drink are really good. They could expand on the appetizer menu bit more .
Flight Lounge Princeton is rated 3.8 stars by 20 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.