A farm-to-table barsteraurant makeover of Einstein's former Princeton hangout, Agricola's a 200-seat multi-room meatery helmed by a culinary prodigy who's cooked his way from French Laundry and Tao to Witherspoon St, and is now serving the likes of chowder-sided red snapper, Atlantic cod fritters, and a braised veal shank for four, perfect for testing your theory that you can eat relatively more than your fellow diners. A bar room wall of whiskey bottles and pickle jars goes into craft 'tails like the Bourbon Apple Julep, the Black Tea Sour, and the Great "Dirt" Road Farm Martini, which combines organic vodka with house-made brines like radish & zucchini. Non-alcoholic vegetarian options include this beet-sided Coach Farm goat cheese and potato terrine. Girls like beets. Grilled octopus arrives swimming in preserved lemon, roasted red peppers, and olives. A brick-sized braised beef short rib from Creekstone Farms is drowning slowly in horseradish dressing, seasonal root vegetables, and spinach. The split-level dining rooms are lined with 90yr-old, brick-sized... bricks. You'll find genius advice everywhere, including on the men's room wall. Don't ignore it, because you'll want to get your hands on desserts like Devil's food cake with black pepper icing and TCHO chocolate sauce... ... or this vanilla-salted huckleberry lemon cheesecake. Girls like dessert, too.