Marsha Burrell-Rose for $100,000 for hurricaneravaged Haiti.
Slated for November 11-19, the 12th staging of Restaurant Week is bigger and better. With more than 21 new restaurants, Restaurant Week has now moved to Manchester and St Elizabeth and has a brand new category – caterers. Nine of the islands most prominent players in the culinary landscape has designed a 30 per cent discounted menu to reflect their style. That gives you the opportunity to dine in the comfort of your home or office and have all the finger-licking goodness delivered to you, hence this year’s theme – Eat In, Dine Out.
The formalities whetted the appetite of the guests, and if the samplings were anything to go by, foodies are in for a treat this year. The aroma of the tantalising treats from Great House Caterers, Chung’s Catering Services, Waterfalls, Cannonball Cafe and Tooksie Kay Catering filled the room and kept the serving lines long with repeat visits for second and third servings.
Select Brands and Pepsi was kept busy behind a wel-stocked bar and the signature drink, Absolut Seabreeze, was the perfect complement to the conversations that revolved around, what else?
The Gleaner’s Nordia Craig entertains Cannonball’s Ian and Laura Chandley.