RW teases MoBay food­ies

Jamaica Gleaner - - TODAY - Janet Sil­vera Se­nior Gleaner Writer janet.sil­vera@glean­erjm.com

WEST­ERN BUREAU: NEIGHBOURLY com­bi­na­tion of Cafe Mocha and De­but Fine Wine and Grill last Thurs­day night teased and ca­ressed the ap­petites of food­ies await­ing the ar­rival of Res­tau­rant Week 2016, which kicks off of­fi­cially, on Novem­ber 11 is­land­wide.

The Stephanie Scott brain­child, that has taken full flight, be­com­ing the cal­en­dar event for restau­rants through­out Ja­maica, shared the spot­light with the two Mon­tego Bay eater­ies which re­cently opened their doors at the new Shops at Bay Har­bour on Glouces­ter Av­enue.

In fact, the voice of the sen­sa­tional Nye greeted passersby on the pop­u­lar Hip Strip, while sooth­ing the eardrums of the more than 40 guests who turned out for eat, greet and min­gle soirée, which saw De­but boast­ing of be­ing the ‘MoBay’s Chillest Chill Spot’, while Cafe Mocha declar­ing it was the most idyl­lic place to have your daily cof­fee and meals.

Al­ready renowned by TripAd­vi­sor food­ies, Cafe Mocha has earned the rep­u­ta­tion of serv­ing up not only the best cof­fee in the Sec­ond City, but the place to go for that ‘fix’. Cof­fee is their main­stay, but they are known for their cur­ried shrimp, shrimp pasta and excellent ser­vice.

De­but, as the name sug­gest, has

AFrom left: Café Mocha’s Caylia White, Monifa Reid, Yas­men Abd Al-Ahad and Malika Green.

opened up the world of de­li­cious meals with their hand-crafted brick-oven piz­zas, panini and sand­wiches. Chicken wings, na­chos and cala­mari, are among the fin­ger-lick­ing of­fer­ings at this res­tau­rant. It was a fun evening, en­joyed by all. The fab­u­lous Imani Blake was scorch­ing in this dress.

VIP At­trac­tion’s Tameka Bryce turned quite a few heads in her lit­tle black num­ber.

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