Returned from my Trenton trip yesterday. After having a breakfast of Jonnycakes at Jiggers Diner in East Greenwich RI which were fantastic as always, I proceeded with my road trip. Arrived in Princeton shortly after 12 noon. Too early to check into my hotel and wasn't supposed to meet up with my friends until 5pm. I attempted to go to hoagie haven for a cheesesteak and was extremely surprised and disappointed to find out they were closed for renovations, however two doors down I walked into George's Ribs and Roaster. They had cheesesteaks on their menu, so I thought I would give it a try and it was actually quite good. Great crusty bread, lot's of gooey cheese the right amount of oil, peppers, onions and mushrooms and yes...Ketchup! I love ketchup on my cheesesteaks. I thought it was just as good as Jim's and better than Pat's. Anyway, I met up with my friends at 5pm. The game started at 7, so we didn't have enough time to go to dinner. So, we did not go to DeLorenzo's which I understand was closed for vacation anyway. We had dinner at the ballpark. I had the pork roll hoagie which I never had before and thought was quite good. It kind of tasted like canadian bacon or breakfast ham with the consistency of fried bologna. It came with cheese, fried red peppers and onions. My friend had a roast beef sandwich and his fiancee had a salad. Unfortunately they were out of cheesesteaks that day because my friend and I were going to share one. The rest of the trip was uneventful, however I did get to stop at Violetta's Pizza in Merrick NY, the pizza I grew up with for 2 slices before heading back to Rhode Island. I also brought back a couple of Pizza Pies for the office.