The final Red Bank Wine Walk of the year will be Sunday, November 21, 2010. Wrist bands can be purchased for $25 on the day of the event and entitle you to visit all participating locations. At each location you are entitled to a wine sampling of one wine and/or one food tasting. The event goes from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Now there is also a retail discount where you can show your wrist band at participating retailers and receive 10% or more off of your purchases on the day of the event.
Anthony Faustini is the owner of Napa Valley Vineyard and A. Faustini Winery in Napa Valley, California and he will be doing a wine presentation and sampling during the Food and Wine Walk at red Restaurant and Lounge located at 3 Broad Street.
19 Great Red Bank Restaurants participating:
The Bistro at Red Bank, 14 Broad St.
Danny’s Steakhouse, 11 Bridge Ave.
**Dublin House, 30 Monmouth St.
Front St. Trattoria, 31 W. Front St.
**Gaetano’s, 10 Wallace St.
**Jamian’s Food & Drink, 79 Monmouth St.
**The Melting Pot, The Galleria, 2 Bridge Ave.
Monticello, 69 Broad St.
New Corner, 22 E. Front St.
NovelTeas, 78 Bridge Ave.
**Pazzo, 141 W. Front St.
Racioppi’s, 107 Oakland St.
**red Restaurant & Lounge, 3 Broad St.
Readie’s Fine Foods, 18 Monmouth St.
River’s Edge Cafe, 35 Broad St.
Smoothie King, 65 Broad St.
**Taste, The Galleria, 2 Bridge Ave.
**Walt St. Pub, 180 Monmouth St.
Zebu Forno, 20 Broad St.
** Denotes where wristbands are sold
Updated List as of 3:00pm 11/19/10 from the Red Bank RiverCenter
Red Bank is alive with fun, food, drink and culture. It’s well worth your while to take advantage of this opportunity to see what awaits for a mere $25 investment. Hope to see you there! If you go, and can’t make it home, the Comfort Inn Middletown-Red Bank is a short 2.5 mile cab ride north, we’ll take good care of you for the night.
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.
* Special thanks to Margaret Mass at the Red Bank Visitors Center for providing me with her press release on the Wine Walk so I could update this post.