Taste Chase Alert: “End of the Detour” Party in Hopewell Borough

Taste Chase Alert: “End of the Detour” Party in Hopewell Borough

PNC Bank, Hopewell Borough

Hey, Taste Chase fans! It’s been a long time coming, but a change is definitely gon’ come!  After what seemed like endless weeks, the Route 518 detour is coming to an end (it hasn’t happened yet but it is almost here) and the only logical thing to do is to party!

On Friday, June 21, from 6-10pm, on the green, at 62 E Broad, between Antimo’s and PNC bank, join six of the area’s well-known eating establishments at the “End of the Detour Party,” as they celebrate the upcoming reopening of the Route 518 bridge project, after having been so adversely affected by its closing. Let your taste buds get reacquainted with “A Taste of Hopewell.”

Participating Restaurants:

  • Antimo’s Italian kitchen: pizza
  • Blue Bottle Cafe: smoked duck with blueberries
  • Brick Farm Market: desserts and coffee
  • Brick Farm Tavern: whole roasted Berkshire pig with slaw
  • Peasant Grill: surf and turf, short ribs and crab cakes
  • Tomatello’s: famous paella

Live Music will be performed by local band, Gravity Hill, from 7-9pm, and a cash bar will be available.

Purchase wristbands to enjoy the food-portion of this event for $30 per person. Children ages 12 and under are $15. Tickets available at: www.brickfarmmarket.com.

Come and spend your Friday night supporting some of the best restaurants in our area. If you have never dined in Hopewell, this is a great opportunity to eat great food and support our local restaurants who have survived the bridge detour and came out cooking!!!  See you there. Tell all your friends!

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Renata Barnes
Renata is the author of "The Taste Chase," MercerMe's own food review column. She's a lover of all things poetic, colorful, funny and inspiring. A native New Yorker, who grew up in Hopewell Valley and spent the better part of her adulthood back in NYC, currently finds herself in a growing love relationship with “the Valley”. Latin food, Indian saris and mehndi, French perfume, African music, Middle Eastern spices, South American jewels, Asian fabrics and anything from just about any island (maybe not Riker’s Island) are things that remind her to go out and taste the world, live passionately and always wear deodorant. The mother of one rambunctious boy and the wife of a mellow fellow, Renata tries to put her too many years of university and her film and writing talents to good use here in NJ. “I’ve spent too much time trying to fit in some where when I probably belong everywhere. That slow revelation has been freeing.”


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