Less than 3 weeks after Red Tank’s launch, a new brewery opened in Red Bank, this time an addition to a well-known family: Triumph Brewing. It’s been an event long in the making and I was surprised that it opened quietly, without much fanfare, on a Monday in early November 2018. I had the pleasure of going there in just their second day and was really impressed!
Red Bank’s first microbrewery opened in mid-October 2018, and we had the pleasure of visiting it on the very first day. Located on Monmouth St next to Jamian’s, Red Tank Brewing could become both a social spot and a must-go destination for beer connoisseurs. It has a big bar and plenty of table seating for almost 100 people. It also has the advantage of being with a few minutes of lots of take-out eateries, so beer drinkers can bring some food (knowing that New Jersey breweries are barred from serving food).
Red Bank RiverCenter in conjunction with the Red Bank restaurant community is excited to announce RiverCenter Restaurant Week, a town-wide celebration of flavorful fall fare. Visitors, residents and patrons alike are invited to tempt their taste buds from Monday, October 8 through Thursday, October 18 (excluding Fri., Oct. 12 and Sat., Oct. 13) with a delectable array of prix-fixe selections at a variety of Red Bank eateries, including Bistro of Red Bank, Bombay River, Buona Sera, Danny’s Steakhouse & Sushi, The Downtown, Dublin House, Front St. Trattoria, La Pastaria, Neapoli Restaurant, Patrizia’s of Red Bank, Siam Garden, Teak, Temple Gourmet Chinese, and via45.
Red Bank RiverCenter, in conjunction with the Red Bank business community, announced a holiday event schedule filled with festivities for the entire family. Slated to commence on Friday, November 24, 2017, various holiday celebrations, from caroling to exploring store windows will be had throughout the Downtown area until December 24, 2017.
New Jersey’s favorite foodie holiday event, Red Bank Flavour returns on Monday, November 13, 2017 at the Molly Pitcher Inn. Hosted by the Red Bank Business Alliance, the annual tasting event invites epicureans into Red Bank’s charming downtown district to enjoy a variety of cuisines, cocktails, live music, and prize auctions to raise awareness and funds for two worthy charities.
If you need convincing to attend one of Red Bank’s Food and Wine Walks, here’s a review of such a restaurant tour in the summer of 2017, highlighting the culinary diversity of the town and the great value of the Walk’s ticket.
Succeeding it’s successful 2017 premier, the Red Bank Food & Wine Walk looks forward to welcoming New Jerseyans and foodies alike back on Sunday, August 20th, 2017. The event celebrates the diverse culinary offerings and culture of the charming riverside town. The monthly culinary tour features over 20 participating venues permitting guest to sip and savor the night away.