Fall Festivities for All

Fall Festivities for All

Fall is the perfect time of year for outdoor activities, right before the weather gets too cold and you’re stuck inside. While there is always time for apple picking and hayrides, we decided to let our customers know of a few events exclusive to our three restaurant locations. Take a look!


Morristown Armory Antiques Show 


Saturday and Sunday, October 28th & 29th

Saturday 10am to 6pm, Sunday 11am to 5pm 


The National Guard Armory
430 Western Avenue

This popular antique show happens twice a year, once in the fall and again in the winter. It will feature over 100 exhibits featuring a variety of quality vendors. You can expect to find furniture, paintings, pottery, jewelry, oriental rugs, books, and more. Parking is free, and admission costs $10 for adults ($8 with a printed discount coupon you can find HERE). 


Trick-or-Treat in Downtown Morristown 


Tuesday, October 31st

5pm to 6pm 

WHERE: Downtown Morristown

Come dressed in your best costumes while you enjoy the historic downtown area. Then grab a bite to eat after all the walking!



Celebrate Fall Festival 


Sunday, October 22nd

11am to 4pm

Reeves-Reed Arboretum

165 Hobart Avenue

Bring the entire family for a day of crafts, games, entertainment, apple cider, cooking demonstrations, art exhibits, a spooky trail walk, and more! For more details, visit reeves-reedarboretum.org. RRA members and children under three are free; Non-members are $10 per person and $25 per family.


Pumpkin Painting at the Summit Farmers Market 


Sunday, October 29th

10am to 12pm 


Summit Farmers Market
22 DeForest Avenue 

It’s pumpkin painting time, so get ready to channel your inner Picasso! Children of all ages are invited to paint a small pumpkin, on sale for $2 each, with painting supplies provided for free. You can also purchase a squash to paint from the Famer’s Market.

Tick-or-Treat Downtown 

WHEN: Tuesday, October 31st

2:30pm to 4pm 

WHERE: Summit Downtown Businesses

Take a stroll around downtown Summit once the kids get out of school. Businesses participating in the event with display a Trick-or-Treat poster in their window.



Wine Festival 


Sunday, October 8th

12pm to 4pm 

WHERE: Squan Plaza

Abe Voorhees Drive 

Enjoy a peaceful Sunday afternoon of wine tasting with music and raffles. The beach days may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t come and relax! The event’s rain date is the following Sunday, October 15th.


Scarecrow Contest 


Monday, October 16th to Wednesday, November 1st

9am to 5pm 


Downtown Business District

Are you a master of creativity? Show your skills by decorating a scarecrow for a chance to win a prize. All decorated scarecrows will be displayed along downtown Manasquan for everyone to see!

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