Bin 14 Wine Bar’s Annual Oregon Pinot Camp Goes Virtual This Year

Plus: Fort Lee's Restaurant Week, a tap takeover in Holmdel and other events.

Photo courtesy of Bin 14

Oregon Pinot Camp Experience at Bin 14 in Hoboken
Saturday, September 19

Led by chef Anthony Pino, the third annual Oregon Pinot Camp tasting will take place virtually this year. Take a virtual tour of Oregon’s best wineries and drink endless glasses of wine with award-winning winemakers all from the comfort of your own home. Chef Pino will also host a live cooking demo from his very own kitchen. Make sure to buy tickets online, $150 per person. The Zoom session is from 2–4pm, and each guest receives 3 bottles of wine prior to the start of the event.
Bin 14, 1314 Washington Street, Hoboken; 201-963-9463

Culture Harvest: Dinner & Cocktails in Asbury Park
Wednesday, September 23

Enjoy Jersey’s fresh and seasonal produce with a five-course meal at three different Asbury Park restaurants. With a spotlight on summer harvest, each dish will be paired with a signature cocktail as well as interactive experiences with the kitchen and bar staff. The event will take you on a delicious journey through Reyla, Barrio Costero, and Laylow. Spots are limited, so buy tickets online. In the event of rain, the event will only be held at Barrio Costero. $125 per person.
Reyla, 603 Mattison Ave, Asbury Park; 732-455-8333

Fort Lee’s Restaurant Week
Monday, September 14–Sunday, September 27

Fort Lee’s Business District Alliance  is giving residents and visitors two weeks full of delicious meals at inexpensive prices. For the fifth year in a row, Restaurant Week will feature 2-for-$25 specials, as well as many other deals, for both takeout and sit down dining. Try foods from an assortment of cultures, including dishes like poke bowls, kimchi pancakes, crepes and more. Over 15 different are restaurants involved. Check out the full list of participating restaurants here.
Fort Lee Restaurant Week, Fort Lee

Tap Takeover at Bell Works Roof Deck, Holmdel
Thursday, September 17

The Roof Deck is highlighting local breweries to give visitors a night full of the finest Jersey brews. Their first of many Tap Takeovers will be led by Red Bank’s Red Tank Brewing Co., who will be serving delicious beers of their choice on tap. With plenty of space to drink and social distance, the Bell Works Roof Deck is giving you a night to remember. Each guest will receive a flight of Red Tank’s finest brews, as well as chef Chad’s famous Korean Fried Chicken Sliders—voted best at this year’s Bell Market Beerfest. Stop by the Roof Deck anytime between 5pm and 8pm to get your samplings of food and beer. Reserve your tickets online for only $15 per person, 21+.
The Roof Deck at Bell Works, 101 Crawfords Corner Road, Holmdel; 732-365-2500

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