26 West on the Navesink
RED BANK: EMACC HOSTS MEET ‘N GREET
RED BANK: Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce hosts a Business After Hours networking event at 26 West on the Navesink.
RED BANK: NEW TOOTH SIGN OK’D
RED BANK: Historic Preservation Commission OK's replacement of dentist's tooth-shaped sign in less time than recommended for a good brushing.
RED BANK: BIG DOORS, BIG TOOTH ON AGENDA
RED BANK: Two restaurants propose garage-style doors, and dentist seeks to replace iconic tooth sign when Historic Preservation Commission meets.
RED BANK: 26 WEST WINS STREET SETUP OK
RED BANK: Without discussion, council okays 26 West on the Navesink's use of Boat Club Court for dining tables two weeks after "unauthorized" setup.
RED BANK: MAYOR SLAMS STREET TAKEOVER
RED BANK: Menna slams restaurant for unauthorized and "dangerous" shutdown of public street, complete with fake grass and a fence.
RED BANK: CRASH CUTS RESTAURANT POWER
RED BANK: Car v. building knocks out power to restaurant, prompting early closure. Driver charged with DWI.
RED BANK: WORDS AND MUSIC IN THE PARK
RED BANK: Words of civil rights journalist T. Thomas Fortune to greet attendees to New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's sunset concert in Marine Park Sunday.
RED BANK: COUNCIL OKS TRIAL VALET PLAN
RED BANK: Council approves valet parking plan for 26 West Front that Menna calls "insane." Also approves temporary hospital permits in Marine Park.
RED BANK: INDIE FILM FEST GETS UNDERWAY
RED BANK: The Indie Street Film Festival gets underway, and we've got the rundown of events going on all over town, now through Sunday.
RED BANK: FOODIES WALK THE WALK
RED BANK: Some 30 in-town eateries make for a strolling smorgasbord when Food & Wine Walks return to the borough business district Sunday.
RED BANK: RESTAURANT OPENS; DECK WON’T
RED BANK: Upscale seafood restaurant opens while owners are at planning board winning expansion approval, but minus the deck with river views.
RED BANK: REFACING… AND RE-FOOTING
RED BANK: This edition of Retail Churn is all about rebranding, with news about a sneaker store, a liquor store, an ice cream shop and a restaurant.
RED BANK: RESTAURANT PLAN STILL IN FLUX
RED BANK: Rooftop dining in seafood restaurant proposed for former 10th Ave. Burrito building still faces objections from neighboring condo.