Third Sunday of the month this Fall!
RED BANK, NJ – Red Bank RiverCenter is proud to announce we are continuing our successful Wine Walk event with an exciting new format for the fall! The expanded event has been renamed the Red Bank Food & Wine Walk and will be a recurring event on the third Sunday of the month, September – December from 1pm to 4pm. The first Red Bank Food & Wine Walk will be Sunday, September 19, 2010!
Stroll through the beautiful town of Red Bank while sampling wine and/or food at your favorite restaurants or try out some new ones! You may purchase a Food and Wine Walk event wristbands at selected locations on the day of the event. Event wristbands are $25 each and entitle purchasers to one wine sample and/or one food sample at each participating location. Restaurants are signing up daily but here is a sample of participants* for Sunday, September 19th
The Bistro at Red Bank (14 Broad St)
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Buona Sera (50 Maple Ave)
Danny’s Steakhouse, Seafood and Sushi Bar (11 Bridge Ave)
Gaetano’s (10 Wallace St)
Jamian’s Food & Drink (79 Monmouth St)
The Melting Pot (2 Bridge Ave, The Galleria)
Monticello (69 Broad St)
New Corner (22 E. Front St)
Racioppi’s (107 Oakland St)
Readie’s Fine Foods (18 Monmouth St)
Smoothie King (65 Broad St)
Taste (2 Bridge Ave, The Galleria)
Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza (2 Bridge Ave, The Galleria)
Zebu Forno (20 Broad St)
*Restaurants are subject to change please call the RiverCenter office for updates: (732) 842-4244 or visit www.onlyoneredbank/events for a complete listing of participating restaurants and wristband purchase locations.
Red Bank RiverCenter is a not-for-profit alliance of downtown businesses, property owners, and residents working toward the economic vitality of downtown Red Bank.