MADISON — Do you have your tickets yet? The Taste of Madison return on Monday, April 25!
The 2022 Taste of Madison, a festive annual fundraiser that benefits local non-profit programs, is scheduled for Monday, April 25, at Brooklake Country Club.
At $85.00 each, Taste tickets are on sale now at Gary’s Wine & Marketplace, 121 Main Street, Madison, and at www.TasteOfMadisonNJ.org. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and guests must be at least 21 years old. Business casual is the recommended attire.
The Taste of Madison is a must-attend party for food lovers and a celebration of the best of Madison, organizers said. The Taste also offers guests a Silent Auction, a Tricky Tray event, and a 50/50 Raffle.
Twenty-two of the area’s finest food and drink purveyors will serve samples of their best products. Gary’s Wine & Marketplace, the event’s longtime presenting sponsor, will serve guests samples of delicious wine, beer, and spirits.
The following businesses are scheduled to participate: Baba’s Bakery and Café; Bottle Hill Tavern; Brooklake Country Club; Butter & Jam Café and Restaurant; Crowley Cupcakes; Daddy Matty’s BBQ & Catering; Dish Kitchen; Firehouse; Gary’s Wine & Marketplace; Gary’s Red Dog Tavern; Healthy Italia; il Mondo Vecchio; Krust Kitchen; Madison Wine & Tap Room; Main Street Wine Cellars; Mexican Spice; Nothing Bundt Cakes; Pascarella Bros. Delicatessen; Rod’s Steak and Seafood Grill; Stop & Shop of Madison and The Shop.
The Taste is held at Brooklake Country Club, 139 Brooklake Road, Florham Park. Exacting details and outstanding service make Brooklake one of the top event venues in New Jersey, organizers said. Brooklake is a short distance from historic downtown Madison.
Taste organizers invite Madison’s businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals to donate products and services to the Silent Auction and Tricky Tray. Please contact Jim Hollenbach at JimHollenbach@gmail.com for information and to contribute.
As at previous Tastes, Salvatore Minardi Salon, 8 Park Avenue, Madison, will have a table at the event to provide general hospitality to all guests. Java’s Compost of West Orange is new to the Taste this year. At its table, Java’s Compost will dispense composting education to residents and businesses.
The Taste of Madison was established in 2002 as a fundraiser that cures the winter blues and welcomes springtime. In its previous twenty editions, the Taste of Madison has raised more than $650,000 and entertained more than 8,500 guests.
The Taste of Madison Organizing Committee is a volunteer, non-profit partnership of the Rotary Club of Madison, the Madison Downtown Development Commission, and the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Taste proceeds fund charitable causes, civic improvements, and business development in Madison.