Fabulous Fae, food fashion
They say flattery will get you nowhere, but The Gleaner’s Pop Up Team had to snap these gorgeous ladies, and gent, out to enjoy the great deals of Restaurant Week 2016.
EDBONES NEVER disappoints, and Monday night was no exception. My server Gregory was professional and relaxed, with a sense of humour. The choices we made from the Restaurant Week menu were just right. All courses were good, with the entrées being special.” Simple words, perfectly crafted by The Gleaner’s Restaurant Week Ambassador Fae Ellington. Fae and her son, Stuart Smellie, were treated to an evening of sophistication at Redbones Blues Café last Monday. The gentle sounds of music seemed to have created a blanket that hugged each table, from which emanated a feeling of warmth and tranquility throughout the 1 Argyle Road location.
Stuart’s pick was this lobster pasta in white wine cream.
Left: Nothing beats a little black dress! Alison Moss-Solomon, brand PR manager at J. Wray & Nephew, is stylishly elegant in this dress, accessorised with red accents.
A sharp Ifidel Williams is all smiles at Black Orchid Restaurant in St Andrew.
Fae Ellington with her date for the evening, son Stuart Smellie, at Redbones Blues Café. Main photo: Dressed in a beautiful bandanna print, 2016 Restaurant Week Ambassador Fae Ellington is ready to dine at Redbones Blues Café.
Above: Kadien Reid shows off the cut of her dress at Boardwalk Bistro in Ocho Rios.
Lanique Barton (left) and Nathalia Palomino are a picture of perfection as they prepared to dine at Black Orchid in Kingston.
La-Sean Barton pushes the fashion boundaries for a night out with friends at Black Orchid in Kingston.