Time to Ogle Kitchens at A Taste of Glen Ridge

It’s a chance to covet your neighbor’s kitchen — for a good cause. A Taste of Glen Ridge, Gourmet Kitchen Tour 2012, turns five this year, and give you a front row stool seat to some of the preferred kitchens of Glen Ridge. On October 14, tour an eclectic selection of timeless, traditional, classically modern, graciously functional kitchens while nibbling on delicious bites from some of the area’s great chefs.

Homes being featured on the tour are a closely guarded secret, but expect lots of wow factor. You can purchase your tickets in advance for $40. (Tickets purchased the day of the event will be $45). The tour runs from 1-5 pm. Check in, registration, raffle ticket sales and same day ticket sales will be held at the Hospitality Center located at the Glen Ridge Train Station, 228 Ridgewood Avenue.

End your day at the Taste of Glen Ridge cocktail reception, held at Fitzgerald’s 1928, 13 Herman St. from 4-6 pm where you can mingle with tour guests and sponsors and attend the raffle drawing.

If you could do one high-end fix or uprgade to your kitchen, what would it be?

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  1. Looks like fun and all for a good cause. I believe the above kitchen was built by Premiere Contractors (a very good local contractor).

  2. If I could do one high end renovation to my kitchen and money didn’t matter, I’d move my kitchen into a really great high end house.

  3. Would like to put in granite counter tops in the next year or so. We had the original kitchen from 1951 when we moved in 5 years ago. We did replace the floor and love it. We have the original knotty pine cabinets, which most people hate, but we like them. They just need to be sanded and refinished and fitted with new hardware. It’s a decent kitchen for just the two of us.

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