A Taste for Homes 2017

a_taste_for_homes_final_logo_2016.jpgHabitat for Humanity in Monmouth County  hosted its second annual “A Taste for Homes”  Food & Wine Tasting Event at the Oyster Point Hotel on the Navesink River in Red Bank  on May 15, 2017.Held during Habitat for Humanity International’s Women Build season, this event celebrates the impact and difference that women, along with all volunteers, can make in providing a world where everyone has a decent place to live. 

To register for this event online or purchase a sponsorship, click here.
To register by mailing a check, click here to print out the
registration form.
For Sponsorship Opportunities, click here


“A Taste for Homes” will recognize some of our most outstanding partners. Our 2017 honorees include:

State Farm Insurance – Corporate Citizen Award

City of Long Branch - Community Development Award

Monmouth Park Charity Fund  – Community Partner Award

Kate Nelson – Women Build Leadership Award


We are proud to announce the following sponsors!




Five Star Sponsor Top Shelf Sponsor

2016 A Taste for Homes featured the following restaurants and vendors: 

Ama Ristorante ~ Angelica's Restaurant ~ B2 Bistro & Bar ~ The Bistro ~   Cheese Cave ~ Teak ~ The Danish Cafe ~ Danny's Steakhouse ~ Dive Coastal Bar & Food Joint  ~ Kitch Organic ~Lil Cutie Pops ~ The Lusty Lobster  ~ Robinson's Ale House ~ Spice & Tea Exchange ~ Langosta Lounge  ~ Local Smoke BBQ ~ Yvonne's ~ Booskerdoo Coffee ~ The Tasting Room ~  Nothing Bundt Cakes ~ Purity Vodka ~ Firebirds Restaurant ~ Anna's Italian Kitchen ~  Shore Point Distributors ~ Fox Hollow Wines  ~ Waypoint 622



Event proceeds will support HFHMC New Home Construction, Critical Home Repair and other programs such as "Ramps & Rails" and “A Brush with Kindness” and includes Neighborhood Revitalization to benefit low-moderate income families that reside in our service area which encompasses 83% of Monmouth County. Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, community and corporate partners, hope has been restored for more than 120 low-moderate income families since Hurricane Sandy.