Thursday, July 28, 2022

Music and BBQ at Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse: Sunday, July 31, 2022, 3-6:30 pm Milford, NJ


Music and BBQ at Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse

Sunday, July 31, 2022, 3-6:30 pm

369 Stamets Road, Milford, NJ 08848

Spend the afternoon on the lawn of the farmhouse, listening to great music and enjoying great food. We’ll be selling Farm to Fork dishes, including 100% grass-fed burgers, smoked suckled veal and bacon sausage sandwiches, mac & cheese, baked beans, cheese plates made with 100% grass-fed cheeses, house made local grain breads, and produce from the garden. Dessert will include local ice cream and house made cookies! BYOB.

Gitane Magique - About the Band

Take one jazz violinist, two virtuoso guitarists and a hard driving acoustic bassist, mix in some swing and latin rhythm and you get Gitan Magique or in English, “Magic Gypsy”.

Steeped in the 1930’s French jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stephan Grappelli, but with contemporary attitude, Gitan Magique performs unique arrangements of well known jazz and classical repertoire as well as engaging original works. Their combination of extraordinary musicianship and seasoned showmanship lets them easily connect with a wide variety of listeners be it jazz, pop or ethnic music. Gitan Magique is: David Rimelis, Violin, Flip Peters, Guitar, Larry Maltz, Guitar, Ed Fleichman, Bass.

WHEN: The show takes place from 4-6:30 PM on Sunday, July 31. Food service is from 3-6 PM.
There is a music charge of $15 per person over the age of 10.
Reserve through our website,! Click on the Events Tab!

Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse is a family-run, regenerative farm, making cheeses, meats, charcuterie and breads for over 20 years.

Bobolink has won the Garden State Culinary Arts Award, Edible Jersey’s Local Hero Award for Best Food Artisan, as well as the SlowFood Snail of Approval!

Lawn chairs or picnic blankets are recommended.

For folks with limited mobility, it is easy to park right next to the field for easy accessibility. The event is BYOB, kids are welcome, no dogs please.