In honor of Hopewell Borough’s 125th Anniversary, a unique “under the stars” outdoor dining experience at the town’s historic train station has been set for Saturday August 20th. According to the celebration’s organizers, limited tickets are now available for purchase (and are going fast). Catered by several Borough restaurants, diners will be treated to appetizers and salads from The Brothers Moon and the Peasant Grill, and a main course provided by Nomad Pizza’s famous 1949 REO Speedwagon pizza truck. Also included in the $25 ticket price, guests will toast our town’s quasquicentennial anniversary with beer and wine provided by River Horse Brewing Co. and the Historic Hopewell House Fine Wine and Liquor Store.
Following cocktails and a chance to meet with friends both old and new, the organizers have arranged for guests to all be seated at one specially created table that will stretch more than 125 feet long for the celebration. Diners are asked to bring a dessert to share, but everything else from wine glasses to silverware will be provided in the $25 ticket price.
More information may be found on the event’s Facebook page and tickets (guests ages 21 and only) can be purchased here. As of the time of publication, there a limited number of tickets remain available. Proceeds from the dinner will be dedicated to help fund the remaining anniversary events and the repainting of the train station.
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