Monday, April 29, 2013
The festival featured live music in addition to food
It wasn't all about food. No, Red Bank's second annual International Flavour Festival highlighted more than a goo taste of eateries' special cuisine. There was music — plenty of it. And there was dancing — lots of dancing. You could say people were dancing in the street — or just off the street — in the White Street municipal lot. Take a look at the above video clip for a glimpse into the dancin' divas of Flavour — never fools. They had the beat, and it was contagious!
Sunday, April 28, 2013
The new annual event drew thousands
Sunday was Red Bank's second annual International Flavour Festival; and, judging by the crowd's reaction, a good time was had by all. At day-long event, sponsored by the Red Bank RiverCenter, there was live music, dancing, face painting, specialty craft booths and food galore. Take a look at the above photos for a glimpse into the day. Stay tuned for some video clips of the day.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Shows, Flavour festival and town-wide yard sale.
An event-packed weekend in Red Bank is all starting tonight with a show and a poetry reading and winding up with the ever-popular International Flavour Festival on Sunday. Here's what's going on ... Friday: • Curtain is 8 p.m. for tonight's performance of Stefanie Zadravec's The Electric Baby at The Two River Theater, which is featuring NJ native celeb Danny DeVito's daughter. The show runs through May 5 with tickets priced $24 to $42. • Phoenix Productions' run of Anything Goes goes into closing weekend at the Count Basie Theater, Monmouth Street tonight at 8 p.m. The show is also on for 8 p.m. Saturday and a 3 p.m. matinee and closing. • Gallery U is hosting a poetry reading, dubbed "An Evening of Spoken Word by Local Writers as part of …
Monday, May 7, 2012
The first ever International Flavour festival attracted thousands of visitors to Red Bank in a showcase of downtown restaurants and businesses.
Red Bank's first ever International Flavour festival held Sunday was a hit, attracting thousands of visitors to the borough's downtown to enjoy a sampling of eats from far and wide, from Asia to Mexico, French to Italian, and even America. The festival is just the latest effort of the union between Red Bank RiverCenter and Flavour, a downtown restaurant alliance, to promote what may be the borough's great asset: its food. Red Bank Patch took the opportunity to talk to several businesses about the importance of showcases like International Flavour in promoting the borough and its businesses. Check the video above for the sites and sounds from the festival.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Red Bank's International Flavour Festival is today. Don't miss out.
Another Red Bank foodie showcase is going downtown today in the White Street parking lot from 12 to 7 p.m. Called the International Flavour Festival, the event is a spring culinary showcase in line with the similar Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival, which attracted an estimated 10,000 people to the borough during the fall with its dozens of food vendors and two stages of live music. Like the oyster fest, the Flavour Festival will again include two stages as well as two tents dedicated to dispensing beer and wine to those thirsty revelers of age. In all, 25 Red Bank restautrants are participating in the festival, featuring a world of cuisine from Asia to Mexico, French to Italian, and more. A $5 donation is needed to enter the event. …