Join the Reeve Foundation’s latest #AccessAsbury Event: Savor Asbury

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on October 24, 2019 # Events

This summer, Access Asbury made a splash celebrating beach accessibility. Now, as the season change to cooler weather, it’s time to enjoy another famous feature of the town: the incredible food! Savor Asbury will not only benefit the Access Asbury project, but it will also highlight cuisine from the town’s local restaurants. Signature dishes from local eateries and bakeries will be available to try along with a wine tasting. This is a night with a little something for everyone and a fall-flair to set the scene.

The Access Asbury initiative doesn’t just stop where the sand meets the boardwalk. The goal is to make Asbury Park a model of inclusion for all. Expect to see advancements and celebrations of accessibility, like Savor Asbury, throughout the town in the near future. Access Asbury is on the track to inspire other communities to follow in our path to create accessibility for the paralysis community. It all begins with the decision to make a difference in the lives of others. Living life without limitations.

Taste food from Asbury Park’s award-winning restaurants - Meet new people, make friends! - Get involved today! Join The #AccessAsbury Initiative!

Date & Time:

Monday November 25, 2019

6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Doors open: 6:00 p.m.


Asbury Hotel Ballroom

210 5th Ave

Asbury Park, NJ




*tickets will be available at the door for purchase as well.

Dress Code: Casual

Please contact Sheila Olt, Asbury Park Community Representative, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, for more information and to sign up for a tasting table at the event to spotlight your restaurant.

Phone: 732-556-7175

Email: [email protected]

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