Published On: Sun, Sep 1st, 2013

Savor New Hope gala dinner Sept. 8

Savor New HopeThe Savor New Hope weekend, Sept. 6 – 8, is a tradition that celebrates the culinary arts as well as the mission of New Hope Arts Center serving the regional arts community. This year the event honors Jim Hamilton, co-founder of the first Savor event in 2004 and long-time supporter of New Hope Arts.The gala Savor dinner on September 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. features the area’s finest chefs, caterers and purveyors of fine dining.

This annual event showcases 17 restaurants in the New Hope, Lambertville and the surrounding area, providing food and beverages for the New Hope Arts fundraiser held under tents on Stockton Avenue adjacent to the NHArts Center. A pavilion setting with live music provides visitors and residents a sampling of fabulous fare and a delightful menu crafted by the restaurants and purveyors who donate their efforts on behalf of the NHArts community. Featured participants are:

Anton’s at the Swan

 

Bitter Bob’s

 

Cafe Europa

 

El Taco Loco

 

Fabulous Feast

 

Hamilton’s Grill Room

 

Havana

 

Hotel du Village (wine donation)

 

The Inn at Phillips Mill

 

John & Peter’s

 

Karla’s

 

Marsha Brown’s Creole Kitchen

 

Martine’s River House

 

Nina’s Waffles

 

Sandbar

 

Triumph Brewery Company

 

The First Bank of Newtown provides the funding to help generate contributions to the New Hope Arts Center though membership and ticket sales. Tickets are $45 for the event before September 7, $50 at the door.

Tickets are available at New Hope Arts, 2 Stockton Ave., on-line www.newhopearts.orgby email [email protected] newhopearts.org / 215 862 9606

Other events coupled with the Savor weekend include the opening reception for the New Hope Arts 1st Members’ Juried Exhibition on Friday September 6, 6-8 p.m. A Sculpture Walk will tour the contemporary sculpture installations set around the town will commence on Saturday, September 7 at 12:30 p.m. in front of the New Hope Arts Building.

 

 

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