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.

Jamaica Gleaner - - NEWS - Tick­oya Joseph Gleaner Writer

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.

PHO­TOS BY JER­MAINE BARN­ABY/FREE­LANCE PHO­TOG­RA­PHER

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.

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