Red Bank Restaurant Week

Dig Into Red Bank Restaurant Week

Dining Lifestyle

If you don’t know what Restaurant Week is, let’s break things down a bit. It’s when your favorite restaurants in your neighborhood offer you the chance to try their best culinary creations, but for a deal. Typically it’s in the form of a two or three-course pre-fixe menu. And despite what its name suggests, it usually spans well over seven days.

Red Bank Restaurant Week

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In this case, South Jersey is hosting its own Red Bank Restaurant Week that runs from October 8th through the 18th with two pricepoint options available, $25 or $35. (Excluding the weekend.) The town, in collaboration with Red Bank RiverCenter—a local non-profit—are inviting residents and patrons alike to come celebrate the town’s fall fare with a selection of appetizers, main courses and desserts.

“We are very excited to have new and fan favorite restaurants participating in this year’s RiverCenter Restaurant Week,” commented James Scavone, executive director of Red Bank RiverCenter. “From Italian, seafood, Asian-fusion to classic American cuisines, RiverCenter Restaurant Week provides the perfect opportunity for foodies to step outside of their comfort zone and try something new.”

Participating eateries of Red Bank Restaurant Week that we can confirm include longtime favorites such as Bistro of Red Bank, Buona Sera, Danny’s Steakhouse & Sushi, Dublin House, Front St. Trattoria, La Pastaria, Neapoli Restaurant, Temple Gourmet Chinese, Teak, Char and via45. And not to forget the trendy newcomers, diners can also check out Bombay River, The Downtown, Patrizia’s of Red Bank, Siam Garden and Catch 19.

If you’re a food enthusiast, you’ll want to make your reservations now before all the tables are booked.

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 has supported the business community by recruiting new businesses to fill commercial vacancies and helping them navigate the various start-up procedures in town. For more information, please visit: http://www.redbank.org/rivercenter/, email info@redbankrivercenter.org, or call 732-842-4244.

By Abby Montanez

Living life on a constant loop of food, dogs, and books.