Red Bank, NJ Recognized as Travel Hot Spot

N.J. Town Continues to Earn Praise as Destination for Eclectic Dining, Entertainment, Shopping and Hospitality

Red Bank, NJ, nestled along the banks of the Navesink River, continues to gain notoriety from foodies and travel fans from around the country. Named the third best small town in the U.S. by Smithsonian Magazine in 2012, the bustling borough was again featured in the Washington Post travel blog "Bouncing Around Red Bank, N.J. and having a ball."

With two, waterfront hotels, the Molly Pitcher Inn and Oyster Point Hotel, the culinary alliance, Red Bank Flavour, and the Count Basie Theatre and Two River Theatre Company, the small, yet surprising town, invites gourmands, travelers and entertainment fans to relish international cuisine, live, theatrical performances, luxury accommodations and an inviting downtown shopping district. Also known for its historic destinations, Red Bank is the birth place of William "Count" Basie and is home to one of the last remaining examples of the Stick Style station houses built by the New York and Long Branch Railroad in the 1870s.

Whether traveling from near or far, business or leisure, Red Bank, NJ is a destination worth discovering. For more information about the culture and cuisine distinct to Red Bank, please visit and


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Red Bank named 3rd Best Small Town in U.S. by Smithsonian Magazine
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Red Bank is home to the culinary alliance Red Bank Flavour
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Historic Destinations and Entertainment Venues Support Small-Town Appeal
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