RW: Where friends, families, and foodies unite
Quite often we hear that great food goes with great company.
Stephanie Scott, along with her proud and dedicated team, has encouraged individuals to live this experience for nine straight days with the 12th staging of Restaurant Week.
Schedules have been cleared and pocketbooks are at the ready as foodies everywhere unite.
The Gleaner’s POP up team hit the streets of Kingston on Friday and had the chance to celebrate birthdays and chill with friends and families out to enjoy the great deals and specially crafted menus.
Phillip Castello bites into a slice of pepperoni pizza at Pizza Please at Shop 3, Village Plaza, in St Andrew.
Denise Hall and Racquel O’Connor do one for the ‘Gram at M10 at 6 Vineyard Avenue in St Andrew. Gevanie Brown (left) and Sylvan Bennett take son, Tichna, out for dinner at Tracks & Records.
Shanae Bennett and Liseann Hamilton were a sight to behold as they dined at the Black Orchid Restaurant.
From left: Friends Candi Rookwood, Kamaria Burrell, Jheanell Robinson, and Chereem Beauford enjoy a girls’ night out at The Palms Restaurant at C&C South Beach.
From left: Birthday girl Dadrian Gordon enjoys a night out with friends Marissa Jones, Elisa Smith, Keisha Hutchinson, Mellisa Pinnock, and Wendy Rudd at The Palms Restaurant at C&C South Beach, 2 Brompton Road, in St Andrew.
Tiffany Anderson (left) takes a selfie with friends Ashley Dalley (centre) and Neisha Cousins at Tracks & Records at Market Place in St Andrew.
Tiona-Lee Johnson takes a bite out of the Restaurant Week experience at Pizza Please.
Davina Henry (left), member of The Gleaner Pop Up Team, presents birthday girl Dadrian Gordon with a bottle of wine.