Taste of Medford Coming

by Press Release | Sep 14, 2008
Taste of Medford Coming Foodies and families will be in their glory when 18 Medford area restaurants dish out their menu favorites at Taste of Medford on September 20, from noon to 3:00 pm at Freedom Park, Jones Road and Old Marlton Pike, Medford, New Jersey. The all-you-can-eat event provides fun for the whole family with music, games, rides and kids’ treats. Three live bands will keep feet tapping and more than 40 local businesses will showcase their wares. Participating restaurants include ShopRite of Medford, Izzie’s Eatery, Lamberti’s Cucina, LB Daniel’s, Let’s Dish, Medford Leas, Mexicana Rose, Mulberry Tea House, Piezano’s, PJ Whelihan’s, Roselli’s, Saladworks and Zinc Café. Cookiepalooza, Reily’s Candy and Kettle of Nuts will serve up treats, Starbuck’s will provide coffee and Canal’s Wines Unlimited will pour non-alcoholic beverages. Local businesses will showcase their wares and offer fun give-aways for the whole family. The event, presented by Zallie’s ShopRite of Medford, features horse-drawn wagon rides, pony rides and hayrides from Johnson’s Corner Farm. Face-painting, coloring contests and dog agility demonstrations will please the younger set. Jennifer Mylod & the Boys of County O’cean, the Merchant Street Dixieland Band and saxophone virtuoso Jim Riddle will keep people stepping to Irish, traditional New Orleans and mellow jazz tunes throughout the afternoon. Coles Roberts will entertain all ages with his famous Jersey Jerry antique apple peeling demonstration. Keepsake wristbands that serve as admission tickets can be purchased in advance at the Medford Recreation Department in Cranberry Hall (behind the Township office building at 17 North Main Street). The cost is $12 for adults and $5 for children 3-12. Toddlers and infants are free. At the door the cost will be $15 for adults and $5 for children. Freedom Park is located at Jones Road and Old Marlton Pike, one block off Route 70 in Medford. For more information, call 609-654-5382.

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