ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is inviting people to support the arts and enjoy a full-filled afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. this afternoon on First Avenue.
The Eats & Arts Festival will provides a wide variety of art and tastes from the borough chefs and artists.
Each restaurant will spotlight its “artistic” chef, who will meet with the guests offering a taste of a favorite and popular menu item from its restaurant.
Each restaurant will feature several local artists with live artist demonstrations. The local galleries will also be participating in this “artistic” afternoon by offering food, beverages and a tour of its gallery.
The Eats & Arts Festival, sponsored by the arts council, is intended to create a broad array of art experiences, nurture the development of diverse art forms, and encourage the expanding strength of cultural life in Atlantic Highlands, while providing community interaction.
Tickets are $40 and are available online at aharts.org, at The Painted Frame, Town & Surf Diner, Kunya Siam Thai Restaurant or at the Memphis Pig Out; tickets are limited. Children under age 10 are free.
Participating restaurants and galleries are: AJ Dillon, Christine’s, Copper Canyon, Harborside, Hudson Café, Kunya Siam Thai, Memphis Pig Out, Second Story Art Gallery, Town & Surf Diner, and the new restaurant opening on First Avenue.
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