Red Bank Travel Guide

  • 3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
    3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
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  • 3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
    3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
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  • 3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
    3th of july fireworks in Red Bank
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Red Bank Restaurants

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    by davecallahan Updated Mar 13, 2007

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    Probably not what most tourists do.
    But the locals (like I used to be) go here at 4am or 5am to get a morning plate and a hot coffee either to get an early start for a new day or to finish off a late-night with the boys.

    Nothing fancy; just good hot American food when every place else is closed. Stack of pancakes (4 not just 3), home fries (a little burnt and not greasy), a clean table and a smiling waitress.... what more can you ask for at that time of day?!?

    And you get back change from $10.

    So if you happen to be passing through Red Bank very early in the morning and you got the hungries, just pull in to the good old Broadway Diner.

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Red Bank Local Customs

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    by davecallahan Written Jul 2, 2007

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    First weekend in June is the Red Bank Jazz Fest.
    Musicians and groups from around the world come to entertain you with ther renditions of jazz.

    In between performances you can go to the food tents for pizza, kettlecorn, bbq ribs, chicken fingers, kettlecorn, sub sandwiches, fries and rings, ice cream and did I mention kettlecorn?.
    There are also arts and craft vendors selling and exhibiting their wares: clay,wood, leather; modern, african, native american; one-of-a-kind and mass-produced.

    see the website below for details of who plays when and what dates and times....

    crowd shot by Fred Schreiber
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Red Bank Warnings and Dangers

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    by davecallahan Updated Mar 13, 2007

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    I am glad to see that Red Bank is still a safe town.

    The crime stats have it in the top 20% safe cities in America.
    There is, annually: 1 murder, 2 rapes, 15 robberies or assaults, 25 burglaries and 250 thefts.

    Just use the same precautions you use at home and you should have a pleasant and safe vacation in Red Bank.

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Red Bank Favorites

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    by mafootje Written Aug 14, 2004

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    Favorite thing: This is still the only and closhest we came to see 4th of July fireworks....this was actually fireworks on the 3th of july....

    We stood on the bridge in Red Bank and enjoyed this display..we planned on watching the NYC firework from the Port Monmouth beach the next day...unfortunalty there was fog....the only firework we saw was on tv :-(..


    Picture taken July 3, 1998

    Fireworks in Red Bank
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