RED BANK, NJ – Local restaurants will be offering items made from our own back yard.

The first Grown in Monmouth Restaurant Week will run Sunday, July 28th to Sunday, August 4th.

A program begun by Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Red Bank RiverCenter is part of the locally grown initiative that supports the Monmouth County's agricultural community. 

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Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone, liaison to the Monmouth Count Division of Economic Development., said, “I am extremely proud of the Grown in Monmouth program, which stems from my Grow Monmouth initiative, and all of the benefits that it provides to our agriculture industry through connecting growers with consumers.  I’m excited to announce that the County will be sponsoring the first-ever Grown in Monmouth Restaurant Week, which will feature restaurants offering signature dishes with ingredients grown in Monmouth County.  With 39 restaurants signed up throughout the county and more joining every day, there will be something for everyone to enjoy!"

To see a list of participating restaurants, click HERE.

Restaurants will be serving at least one special menu item made with ingredients farmed in Monmouth County. 

"Red Bank is happy to support the local farming community through the Grown in Monmouth initiative.  Many of Red Bank’s great restaurants have sourced food locally so the opportunity to participate in the Grown in Monmouth Restaurant Week is a perfect fit.  We appreciate the Freeholders’ efforts to support local in Monmouth County," said James Scavone, Executive Director of the Red Bank River Center.

To see a detailed overview of the Grown in Monmouth program, click HERE.

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