Taste Of Middlesex Event Offers Chance To Sample Area Food

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EDISON — The 14th Annual Taste of Middlesex event will be held on March 21 at the Pines Manor, produced by the Edison Chamber of Commerce. Come taste the delicious samples from 40 some restaurants and caterers, and sip samples of spirits, wines and beers from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Participating restaurants and caterers include: Akbar Restaurant, Americana Hospitality Group, Aunt Carol’s Country Kitchen, Bud’s Hut Seafood and Steakhouse, Chairman’s Grill and Lounge, Clydz, Costco Wholesale, Christie’ Steakhouse/Crowne Plaza Hotel, Edible Arrangements, Edison Job Corps Academy Culinary Class, First Class Events, Greater Living Foods, Harry and David, La BonBonniere Bake Shoppe, La Tavola Cucina, Little Spain Restaurant, Lola Latin Bistro, Maggiano’s Little Italy, OLIO/Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rainforest Café, Real Jamacian Jerk An’Ting, Replay Bar and Grill, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Romulus Italian Cuisine and Spats Steakhouse/Hilton Woodbridge, Sam’s Club, Soo Soo Sweet, The Rosewood Caterers, Wegmans Food Market.


To view the current list of participants, visit www.EdisonChamber.com home page.

This year’s event offers several special features. Edison Mayor Toni Ricigliano will cook her homemade meatballs, cooked in Colavita Olive Oil. Edison Police Chief Tommy Bryan will be cooking a surprise chicken entrée. The Mixed Group Quartet will be singing. Dancers from Little Spain will be dancing. There will be a silent auction and door prize giveaways. Edison TV will be provide live coverage.

This year’s event sponsors are Money Mailer of Greater Middlesex, Colavita Olive Oil, Bayshore Recycling, Columbia Bank, Elizabethtown Gas, Automated Rolls of NJ, Certified Kitchens, PSE&G and The Luz Group/Remax.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.EdisonChamber.com or call 1-732-738-9482 or email info@edisonchamber.com or send a check payable to the Edison Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are $45 in advance ($35 for senior over 65; group of 10 or more can buy tickets for $40 per person.) At the door, tickets are $50. Guest may bring non-perishable foods for a local pantry/shelter.

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