Open for dinner 5-10pm offering a special menu, plus live entertainment by George Baier.
Call 908-441-6127 to reserve your table (limited capacity), but takeout is available. Live music with the Noble Bothers, 6-9pm. Open New Year's Day, too - offering complimentary mimosas!
Special menu. Call to make your reservation: 908-454-0931.
Menu specials offered all weekend - reservations recommended - and there will be a "Power Hour" at the Draught House Igloo Bar on New Year's Eve.
Cheers! Bring in the New Year wine country style, and sample wines from NJ's largest estate vineyard. Flights & Bites available for groups of 2-6 people - please reserve an available time slot. There are heaters but dress warm.
Visit Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility for live music Saturday (TBA) and Sunday afternoons (Scott Messina).
Offered eat in or take out, pre-purchase of this meal - prepared by Humpty Junior's and hosted by Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility each Sunday in January -is required. 1/2 Roasted Glazed Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, and Vegetable DuJour; and live music for those eating in to enjoy! Reserve yours today!
A special New Year's Eve Treat! This week's virtual Lawn Concert features Paddy and the Pale Boys, who, in the event you weren't aware, is Your Favorite Irish Band. The lads have been at it since 1997, performing their unique arrangements of the music of Ireland and Scotland, along with American favorites while also introducing the band's own original songs. Performing are Martin O'Connor, vocals, bass; Mike Hoffman, vocals, guitar, mandolin, banjo; Ray Hoffman, keyboard, fancy vest and bow tie; Clobberin' Bobby McGhee, drums; with special guest Shane Dunn, guitar. The virtual concerts are offered in lieu of the annual Lawn Concert Series that was sidelined in the COVID-19 pandemic. The Warren County Cultural and Heritage Division of the Department of Land Preservation, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, invites you to enjoy online concerts by the bands that were scheduled to perform. Find the performance by Paddy and the Pale Boys here.
Are you ready for a smashing good time? It's a one-of-a-kind experience, sure to intoxicate all your senses. Formal wine tasting followed by dinner and dessert, paired with dessert wine. An educational wine cellar tour describes the processes of wine making and then off with the shoes and socks for the ever-popular Barefoot Grape Stomping! Complimentary wine glass included. $35/person, plus tax (Winter Special). Tickets are required -call 908-475-3671
Centenary Stage Company kicks off 2021 with the annual January Thaw Music Festival in the Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing Arts Center on Jan. 9 with ukulele-player and singer-songwriter Dahlia Dumont.