Nestled in the small, but vibrant town center of Princeton lies Infini-T Cafe, a coffee bar and tea house that offers visitors a taste of Africa, the Middle East, India and the Far East. Other than the cozy, eclectically-designed atmosphere, the hospitality is warm; the vegan and gluten-free cuisine and baked goods, ambrosial; and the teas and coffee selected with the highest ethical standards.
Owners Mary Fritschie and Michael Carnevale visit many of the plantations where the cafe’s tea is sourced, sampling different varieties and choosing the highest quality leaves. Many of the ingredients used in their international dishes and baked goods are sourced locally from Cooperative 518, a nine-acre farm in Princeton that uses organic and bio-dynamic methods. Much of the cafe’s furniture and art are keepsakes from Fritschie’s and Carnevale’s travels, some are available for purchase upon request.
The most alluring aspect of the cafe is its warm and welcoming staff, many of whom will make it their business to ask how your day is going and chat about the many interesting elements that play into creating your beverage. Infini-T’s newest member, Chef Gabby Aron is an aura of sunshine who never holds back on whipping up inventive dishes for the cafe’s Friday dinners and weekend brunch.
Where to Get these Products for a Better World:
Infini-T sells many of its teas online here
What We Love
Teas are sustainably and ethically produced and are only sold whole leaf and whole flower.
If You Get to Visit the Cafe…
Try the yellow dahl, pani puri and end with a sampling of their divine baked goods: Matcha cupcakes (vegan), banana muffins (v & gf) and brownies (gluten & dairy free).
Other Products We Love:
Mullein & Sparrow Detox Tea Blend