On Sunday evening, April 7, 2019, from 6:00pm to 8:30pm come dine and socialize with your family, friends and neighbors at the 32nd Annual “Taste of Summit” hosted by the Grand Summit Hotel located at 570 Springfield Avenue in Summit.
The “Taste of Summit” is a gourmet extravaganza featuring more than 20 of Summit’s finest restaurants, bakeries and other food establishments serving our guests a "taste" of their specialties. It is an evening designed for the whole family to mix and mingle with friends and neighbors while enjoying delicious food from Summit’s outstanding eateries and food providers.
While indulging in your favorite “tastes you can listen to music from local favorite Paul Fessock of Summit’s World of Rock. and enjoy a drink from the cash bar.
During the Taste of Summit, the winning raffle tickets will be drawn for:
- A one night stay for 2 at the Grand Summit Hotel including dinner and breakfast ($500 value)
- Brunch for 2 at Winberies ($100 value)
- Lunch for 2 at Summit House ($100 value)
The $5 raffle tickets are now on sale at The Carter House located at 90 Butler Parkway in Summit (Tuesdays 9am to noon & Wednesdays 1pm to 4pm). There are a limited number of raffle tickets for sale and they are going quickly – so buy one soon!
Tickets for the Taste of Summit are on sale now; priced at $50 per adult and $20 per child (12 years and under). To reserve a ticket, please call 908-277-1747 or click on the RSVP image at the right to print the RSVP and send your credit card information or a check payable to the Summit Historical Society, P. O. Box 464, Summit, NJ 07902-0464. Tickets for the event will also be sold at the door and will be payable by cash, check or credit card.
The Taste of Summit is the key fundraiser for the Summit Historical Society, an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of Summit through the Carter House Museum and its archives. All of the funds raised will help the Society continue its mission of safeguarding records, documents, maps, books and artifacts as well as antique furnishings and clothes connected to the history of Summit and making them available to the public at the Carter House, which is the oldest house in Summit.