Green Lake Magazine Green Lake Magazine 2012 - Page 19 | 19 "̅iL>ʜv̅i,i] Princeton provides outdoor enthusiasts an abundance of recreational activities: canoeing, kayaking, shing, cycling, and camping. And on Saturdays, mid- April through mid-October, spend your Saturday morning at Wisconsins Largest Weekly Outdoor Market. There is also plenty to do indoors, too, with many unique businesses. Housed in a renovated gas station, All in Good Taste (725 W. Main Street) serves 16 avors of Cedar Crest hand- dipped ice cream and Renards fresh- baked European breads. Enjoy a treat while shopping in the gift shop. For antiques and other perfect one- of-a-kind nds, visit Johnny Crows Antiques (103 W. Water Street). New and used books, pictures and signs, vintage linens and dishes, antique and rustic furnishings, and locally designed Willirayes are at Pastimes (509-511 W. Water Street). The Pizza Factory (504 W. Water Street), a two-time International Pizza ݫ>>܈i]ʈʅi̜̅i Parthenon Pizza and Mikes Spaghetti Pizza, as well as a variety of pasta dishes, calzones, appetizers, and soups and salads. Boutique and childrens clothing and gifts can be found at Pleasant Valley Junction (corner of Highways 73 and 23 between Princeton and Green Lake).An ever-changing selection of home dcor, cookware, clothing, toys, and gifts greets you at Twister (602 W. Water Street). Stop in to shop and for lunch, prepared with local, fresh ingredients. Espresso, wine, and beer are also served. Woolbrights River City Antique Mall (328 S. Fulton Street/Highway 23 & 73 S.) contains over 50 antique dealers specializing in furniture, advertising memorabilia, glassware, and sporting goods.For more information, contact the Princeton Chamber of Commerce at (920) 295-3877,, or visit Golf