2012-07-12 / Front Page
Food and Wine Walk set for July 15
RED BANK — The third Red Bank Food and Wine Walk will take place from 2-6 p.m. July 15, with culinary and wine tastings at more than 20 participating Red Bank restaurants.
Sponsors Red Bank Flavour and Red Bank RiverCenter announced that the event will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Monmouth County.
Slated for the third Sunday of every month, the Red Bank Food and Wine Walk draws foodies from throughout the region to enjoy samplings of the town’s unique culinary offerings. From fine wines and eclectic desserts to tapas, sushi and more, a diverse selection is offered at each participating venue.
Eateries participating in the Red Bank Food and Wine Walk include: Bienvenue, Blue Water Seafood, Buona Sera, Carter and Cavero, Cupcake Magician, Danny’s Grill & Wine Bar, Dish, Front Street Trattoria, Gaetano’s, Jamian’s, La Pastaria, Melting Pot, New Corner Italian Restaurant, Pazzo, Readies Café, red Restaurant & Lounge, Siam Garden, Sicilia Café, Sugarush — a Sweet Experience, Taste, Teak, The Bistro at Red Bank, The Cheese Cave, The Downtown, The Wine Cellar, Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza, and Zebu Forno.
The Red Bank Food and Wine Walk will take place from 2-6 p.m. July 15 and again onAug. 19. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased the day of each walk at Danny’s Grill and Wine Bar, Jamian’s, Taste, Melting
Pot, Pazzo, red, Teak, The Downtown and Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza.
In 2011, more than 20 of the borough’s restaurateurs formed Red Bank Flavour, a grassroots culinary alliance, to highlight Red Bank’s bustling restaurant, bars, lounges and eateries. It encourages everyone from bar- and restaurant-goers, foodies, wine enthusiasts and farmers market fans to get a taste of Red Bank’s one-of-a-kind flavor. The campaign features nightly specials and promotions, special events and more. For additional information, visit the website at www.RedBankFlavour.com.
RiverCenter is an alliance of businesses, property owners and residents who are working toward the economic vitality of downtown Red Bank. For more information, visit www.redbankrivercenter.org or www.OnlyOneRedBank.com.
Established in 1938, the Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County is dedicated to providing safe places, programs and services to young people in Monmouth County to help them realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
The club has locations in Asbury Park and Red Bank and supports more than 1,800 young adults in their quest for a richer life. The nonprofit relies on donations to continue its work in the community.