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The Return of Red Bank’s Food & Wine Walk


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I had the pleasure of attending the Red Bank Food & Wine Walk last month. The humidity was stifling but everyone we ran into along the way was having a genuinely good time. We sampled decadent cupcakes, Hawaiian pork roll sandwiches, cheese, risotto, wings, pizza, and more. It’s a great way to enjoy Red Bank with friends and family and become acquainted with some of the eateries you may not even know exist. It’s called the Food & Wine Walk but we made it a food and beer walk because Jamian’s and Triumph Brewing were on the map.

And remember: No one says you have to rush your way through the walk. You’ve got three hours, so linger a bit at your favorite spots.  

Beer at Jamians, Red Bank Food and Wine Walk, Red Bank, Jersey Bites, Monmouth County

What’s in Store

Map for Red Bank Food & Wine Walk, Red Bank Food and Wine Walk, Red Bank, Jersey Bites, Monmouth CountyBack for its ninth year, this annual premier culinary series serves up an array of savory dishes and crafty cocktail samplings from a wide variety of eateries and restaurants throughout the downtown area.

The remaining dates on this year’s culinary tour are as follows:

  • Sunday, September 15, from 2 to 5 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 20, from 2 to 5 p.m.

Tickets are $40 per person. Tickets may be purchased online via Eventbrite or from the RiverCenter office at 140 Broad St., Red Bank. 

“This event is a self-guided food tour around Red Bank,” James Scavone, Red Bank RiverCenter executive director, said. “It’s an opportunity for people to taste top creations at new and long-standing restaurants. If you haven’t been to Red Bank lately, we encourage you to come back and taste what’s on the menu.” 

Participants must pick up event wristbands the day of the event, between 1 and 3 p.m., at Red Bank RiverCenter, 140 Broad St., or at West Elm, 1 Bridge Ave. Proper ID is required on the day of the event; no one under the age of 21 will be issued a wristband. Parking in Red Bank is free on Sundays.

Participating Restaurants

  • Alfonso’s Pastry Shoppe 

  • The Boondocks Fishery The Cheese Cave, Red Bank Food and Wine Walk, Red Bank, Jersey Bites, Monmouth County

  • The Cheese Cave

  • Cupcake Magician

  • Danny’s Steakhouse & Sushi

  • The Greek Spot

  • Jamian’s Food and Drink

  • Jr’s Red Bank

  • The Melting Pot

  • Patrizia’s of Red Bank 

  • The Robinson Ale House

  • Rook Red Bank

  • Sugarush 

  • Triumph Brewing Company of Red Bank

  • Urban Coalhouse Red Bank

List is subject to change.

 

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