Press release from Red Bank Flavour Culinary Alliance
Red Bank Flavour, a culinary campaign driven by the borough’s top chefs, restaurateurs and proprietors, will tempt foodies to flirt with their senses this holiday season at the second-annual Holiday Flavour event.
Slated for December 5, 2013 at The Molly Pitcher Inn, Holiday Flavour will feature more than twenty of the town’s most-popular restaurants and eateries at an exquisite culinary affair. A portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit The Parker Family Health Center , Red Bank PBA Local 39’s McCarthy’s Children Fund and the Red Bank Flavour Culinary Alliance.
This year, in addition to the wonderful samplings from Red Bank eateries, foodies will have a chance to win a special, multi-course tasting menu, curated by award-winning Chef Tom Colicchio, with wine pairings for two in the Main Dining Room at Colicchio & Sons.
By REBECCA DESFOSSE
Calling all wannabe Santas theres no need to don a red suit to make a difference in a childs life this holiday season. Just check out one of the many local toy drives that local businesses, legislators, and non-profits are pulling together to make sure that every child has a happy Chanukah or Christmas especially those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Among them: Margaret Spicer, owner of Distinctive Toys in Fair Haven, knows the holiday season may not be a great one for her business, so she is channeling her efforts to help those in need. She’s banded together with the Knights of Columbus, Life Guard Ecumenical Foundation (LGEF), and Rebuild/Recover to create Sandys Toy Shoppe,” where affected parents can come and select new toys for their children.
The event comes together beginning Saturday in Eatontown.