Taste of Middlesex

The Edison Chamber of Commerce and The Pines Manor proudly co-host The 23rd Annual Taste of Middlesex.

Sample dishes from dozens of the best restaurants in the Greater Edison area, as well as in and around Middlesex County. 

Since there are alcohol vendors participating, only adults 21 and over may attend.

Restaurants wishing to participate can call the Chamber at (732) 738-9482 then we will send you over an application or you can fill out the one on our website at the link below. There is no charge for restaurants to take part in the event. 

Register at the link below or you can purchase tickets by calling the Chamber at (732) 738-9482. Discounts are available for senior citizens, and groups if you wish to purchase a table for 10 people.

Sponsorships are available. 

https://www.edisonchamber.com/events/details/2020-taste-of-middlesex-3287?

 

Contact Information
  1. Chamber Admin
  2. ‭(732) 738-9482‬
  3. Admin@EdisonChamber.com
Mon, March 23
5:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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The Edison Chamber of Commerce and The Pines Manor proudly co-host The 23rd Annual Taste of Middlesex.

Sample dishes from dozens of the best restaurants in the Greater Edison area, as well as in and around Middlesex County.

Since there are alcohol vendors participating, only adults 21 and over may attend.

Restaurants wishing to participate can call the Chamber at (732) 738-9482 then we ...

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