Food & Drink

'Taste' Attracts Hundreds of Party-Goers to Madison

Chris, owner Ton of Toys in Madison and Danielle, event co-chair and MadisonChamber board member
Gary (center) of Gary's Wine, platimum sponsor of event.
New Madison business owners from Healthy Italia
The Iossa's, owners of Rocco's Tuscany Bar & Grill
Avenue Travel in Madison - grand door prize donator
Event sponsors, Jackie, Andrea and Allison Adams, of Adams Dental in Madison
Kris Ohenick, Madison Wholefoods Marketing Team leader and chefs
Amreesh (center), owner Main Street Wine Cellars in Madison
Gary's Wine scotch tasting station

MADISON, NJ -What has long been called "Madison's largest cocktail party," The Taste of Madison experienced a packed house at The Park Avenue Club Monday night as local restaurants prepared food and wine distributors poured special wines for a crowd of hundreds. 

Accompanying the biggest sponsors of the evening, Gary's Wine and Marketplace in Madison, were small distilleries and local Madison wine purveyors who wowed the crowds with new and exciting micro brews, rums, scotches and whiskey.

Restaurants made small plate bites for guest to sample a "flavor" of what they offered on a larger scale in their restaurants and stores.  

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It is a huge networking event for many businesses, as long-time Madison residents and merchants met new faces in town and the evening ended in another year of food and drink in Madison.


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