SHAKE-OFF WINTER BLAHS WITH RESTAURANT WEEK
Red Bank’s tasty offerings will revive your palate
RED BANK, NJ – Red Bank RiverCenter in conjunction with the Red Bank restaurant community is excited to announce Red Bank Restaurant Week, a downtown celebration of cuisine and culture. Visitors, residents and patrons alike are invited to tempt their taste buds from Monday, March 4 through Thursday, March 14 (excluding Fri., March 8 and Sat., March 9) with a delectable array of prix-fixe selections at a variety of Red Bank eateries.
In addition to Red Bank’s walkable downtown district that is home to a broad array of upscale restaurants and casual eateries that will please a variety of palates, Restaurant Week will also please patrons’ wallets: in addition to three-course dinners, lunch offerings have been added.
Dinner options include a selection of appetizers, main courses, and dessert for $25 or $35 and will be offered at Bistro of Red Bank, Bombay River, Char, Dublin House, Front St. Trattoria, La Pastaria, Melting Pot of Red Bank, Monticello, Neapoli Restaurant, Robinson Ale House, Siam Garden, Teak, Temple Gourmet Chinese and via45.
Lunch time foodies can partake in $15 options at The Cheese Cave, The Melting Pot of Red Bank and Triumph Brewing Company. Additional restaurants and menus may be added, so be sure to check www.redbank.org for the most current list.
“We are very excited to include lunch offering to Red Bank Restaurant Week,” commented James Scavone, executive director of Red Bank RiverCenter. “From Italian, seafood, Asian-fusion to classic American cuisines, Restaurant Week provides the perfect opportunity for day and evening diners to try something new as we close out the winter.”
Red Bank Restaurant Week is just one of many annual dining events which attract attendees from the tri-state area to wine and dine at a bevy of eateries while celebrating the towns broad culinary offerings. For more information about the 2019 Red Bank Restaurant Week, please visit www.RedBank.org.
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About Red Bank
Red Bank is an all-season destination to residents and visitors who look to retreat to the New Jersey coastline for relaxation without compromising their craving for culture. The town’s rich history, combined with world-class shopping, fairs and festivals, are just some of the reasons families and friends journey to the riverside town. Traditional and contemporary art galleries, award-winning theaters and performing arts venues, gourmet and casual dining, luxury boutique hotels and riverfront landscapes exemplify why residents and visitors, near and far, choose Red Bank.
About Red Bank RiverCenter
The Red Bank RiverCenter is a 501c3 not-for-profit alliance of local businesses, property owners, residents, and other stakeholders working to enhance and promote Red Bank’s downtown district as a mid-Atlantic destination for dining, shopping, and culture. RiverCenter helms the town’s Special Improvement District to promote Red Bank businesses through special promotions. Since 1991, RiverCenter recruits new businesses to fill commercial vacancies and helps them navigate the various start-up procedures in town. For more information, please visit: www.redbank.org email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 732-842-4244.