A Closer Look at The Red Bank Holiday Soirée on November 17th
Looking for something to satisfy your quest for delicious dishes and your hunger to make a difference in the world? As promised in our First Look at The Red Bank Holiday Soirée, the evening of November 17th is set to go down in the books as Red Bank’s best of the best come together for an evening of food, fun, and music.
Join the Red Bank Business Alliance (RBBA), an alliance of Red Bank business owners founded with the purpose of enriching the “Red Bank Experience” at the historic Molly Pitcher Inn on November 17th along with all of your favorite Red Bank businesses. You’ll enjoy small bites, cocktails, and music and may even walk away a big winner.
Bites and Businesses at The Red Bank Holiday Soirée
Spend the evening chowing down on some very delicious bites including mini rubens and smoked salmon roulettes from Toast Red Bank, Sea Bass Tacos from Gotham, and live spaghetti and loaded nachos from Red Bank’s favorite vegan restaurant, Good Karma Café.
However, tonight’s not just about the food, as Red Bank’s best businesses show off their goods too. For music lovers, get to know the guys and gals at Monmouth Music, listen to some tunes from Me and Bobby D Band. And of course, there’s always two of Red Bank’s most famous characters – Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash.
Do your body good with a visit to Pure Barre for a ballet inspired workout followed by a visit to A Kneaded Vacation for a much needed massage and L Studio Hair and Makeup for some pampering. Then dress up those massaged muscles with the latest fashions from Physion and Sorella Bella Boutique, or get some custom printed gear from Denali Performance Apparel.
Finally, for those looking to throw an impromptu party or need some assistance in tying the knot, local industry experts including E.s.p.oused Events and Dovetail Vintage Rentals are here to help make your event uniquely you. Add on a fun photo booth from Cache Photo Booth, divine florals from Darryn Murphy Designs, and camera all stars McKay Imaging Photography and John Arcara Photography to help make your night even more memorable.
It doesn’t stop at retail either, everyone from Family First Funding and Ocean First Bank to Navesink Business Group, Red Bank River Center, and Some Architects are also getting in on the fun. For those working in the executive suite, you’ll find all the help you need with Merandex Digital Display Network, Silver Family Foundation, and McGinnis Printing, we’re not kidding when we say there’s something for everyone.
Prizes for a Red Bank Cause
[broadstreet zone=”54949″] Oh, and did we mention the prizes you could win at the auction? If the food doesn’t draw you in, maybe “A Day on the Navesink” will. You’ll enjoy a half-day pontoon experience from Irwin Rentals and a full lobster feast for 8 from The Boondocks Fishery. Don’t have your sea legs? Then go for the private art tour at the newly opened Detour Gallery or create your own art with Pinot’s Pallete . However if you’re looking for something a bit sexier, try and get your hands on the Life As Fine Art prize where you’ll get all your favorite Naked Princess lingerie goods from Sweetest Sin Boutique to show off in your very own Boudoir Session. Oh yes.
Now that we’ve got you interested, it’s time to bring out the true reason why the entire Red Bank community is coming together. 100% of the ticket sales and all the proceeds for The Red Bank Holiday Soirée will benefit two local charities, Jason’s Dreams for Kids (for more information visit our first look at the event) and Clean Ocean Action (COA) for the Navesink River.
In response to the NJDEP’s recent downgrade of over 565 acres of the Navesink River, COA, whose mission is to improve the degraded water quality off the New Jersey and New York coast, began “Rally for the Navesink.” Along with this citizen-based organization, COA has been investigating, source tracking, and documenting the problems, while developing an action plan to reverse the downward trend. COA is collaborating with the surrounding communities, businesses, municipalities, and schools to improve one of Red Bank’s most prized attractions through educating the public and convincing public officials to enact and enforce measures to clean and protect our river.
Any local will tell you, there’s nothing quite like sitting in Marine Park and watching the boats go by, which is why attending The Red Bank Holiday Soiree is more than just a night out, it’s a chance to celebrate and support the Red Bank community from its businesses to its people and its river.
Reserve your spot today to The Red Bank Holiday Soirée to witness an evening filled with Red Bank’s brightest stars. Individual tickets are $75 with all proceeds directly benefiting Jason’s Dreams for Kids and Clean Ocean Action for the Navesink River. Tickets can be purchased by visiting RedBankBusinessAlliance.com.[broadstreet zone=”54949″]