SHOP: Whether looking for the latest
fashions, antiquing or gallery hopping, you’ll
discover an array of boutiques and shops to
surprise and delight you. You will easily find
the clothing styles you’ve been dreaming of,
the dress to make a wedding spectacular, the
perfect comestible for your dinner party and
countless treasures that make Red Bank a true
destination for the finders of the unique.
DINE: Our restaurants tickle the taste
buds with savory and sweet cuisines. From a
quick bite to a business lunch to an exquisitely
prepared artisan meal, you’ll find it here. Coffee
houses, dessert shops, delis and the most
superb casual and fine dining options make Red
Bank a true dining mecca that couldn’t possibly
be conquered in just one trip.
EXPLORE: Your adventure begins the
moment you step onto our sidewalks. National
acts and local productions light up the stages
of the renowned Count Basie and Two River
theaters, and live music fills our lounges and
Photo by J. Rutherford
nightclubs. Take in the best independent movies
at our arts cinema, play the night away at a retro
arcade game or with a hands-on craft, pamper
yourself at world-class spas and salons or take
a stroll along the scenic Navesink River.
Red Bank beckons visitors to savor the
sights, music scene, theaters, antique shops,
restaurants and popular nightlife. It is the
birthplace of jazz great William “Count” Basie
and the location for filmmaker Kevin Smith’s
“Dogma” and “Chasing Amy.” Fans flock to Jay
and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash, the internationally
known comic book store where AMC’s “Comic
Book Men” is shot. The beautifully renovated
and refurbished Count Basie Theatre shines,
and area locals Jon Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen
and Jon Stewart regularly grace the stage. One
short block around the corner, the magnificent
Two River Theater delivers widely acclaimed
RIGHT HERE IN RED BANK.
“BRINGING YOUR DREAMS TO LIFE”
Two River Theater produces great American theater created by award-winning
artists. Each season includes a diverse range of classics, new plays, and musicals;
free audience engagement programs; and arts-education for students and young
people. Two River Theater is easily accessible by car, train, or bus, with great
restaurants, shopping and hotels within walking distance of the theater.
For more information, or to see what’s on stage now,
visit tworivertheater.org or call 732.345.1400.
The company of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
Photo by T. Charles Erickson.
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