Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The downtown culinary alliance donated checks to Lunch Break and the Red Bank Middle School Athletic Association Wednesday.
Red Bank Flavour knows how to throw a party. It's recent Night on the Navesink summer soiree attracted hundreds of visitors to the Molly Pitcher Inn to savor the eats of the downtown's accumulated culinary expertise. It's because of that success that Flavour was able to raise more than $6,500 to be distributed to two local charities: Lunch Break and the Red Bank Middle School Athletic Association. Flavour presented two checks at Wednesday night's council meeting for $3,350 to be given to each organization. Borough council lauded the efforts of Flavour and event organizers, saying they not only hosted a great event following months of planning, but were able to raise money for two great causes. Lunch Break, Red Bank's combination soup …
Friday, August 17, 2012
The Red Bank restaurant consortium is nearly a year old and has continued its mission, despite challenges.
In just a few weeks it will have been a year since several downtown Red Bank restaurants, frustrated with the state of the economy, frustrated with the state of Red Bank’s stale boom-era branding, joined together to form the eatery association known as Flavour. With the goal of promoting the borough’s restaurants with a modern marketing campaign and a dedicated budget pooled directly from the wallets of the business owners, the group set off at once last September, developing their new brand while distancing themselves from Red Bank marketing and publicity efforts that didn’t fit what they believed to be the downtown’s biggest draw: its restaurants. The scene at the Molly Pitcher Inn Wednesday evening showed the culmination of the year’s …
Thursday, August 16, 2012
The Flavour event at the Molly Pitcher Inn attracted approximately 650 people.
Red Bank Flavour hosted its summer culinary extravaganza, Night on the Navesink, at the Molly Pitcher Inn Thursday evening. The event, a showcase of food and drink from various downtown eateries, was attended by a large crowd of about 650 people, who were invited to sample signature dishes from their favorite restaurants. Night on the Navesink helped raise money for Flavour and the Red Bank Middle School Athletic Foundation. Flavour is a consortium that helps promote and market the downtown's restaurants. Check out the photos above for a look at the night's festivities.