RIR Pop-Up Cafe fetes the palates
THE RJR Communications Group promised prospective diners at the third staging of the RJR Pop-Up Café two fun-filled days of good vibe, prizes and surprises and, of course, mouthwatering cuisine, catered by Jacqui Tyson. They did not disappoint.
The aromas of the various dishes — pastas, stew peas, oxtail, ham, rice and peas — met diners as they entered their tents at the Lyndhurst Road venue. With an inviting dining area, the service was just as pleasant as the aroma and, without much delay, patrons were able to enjoy the delectable offerings.
Booths set up by Kremi and PriceSmart offered sweet treats as patrons singed up and sampled respectively.
The well-stocked bar was not short on refreshments to endure the midday sun.
For those brave enough to answer questions thrown out by the various participating companies, such as Kendel and Spanish Grain, they left the venue with packages, courtesy of the companies.
Jacqui Tyson shows off her culinary skills as she makes a shrimp pasta next to Jevon Harrison, who is making a vegetable pasta.
Out for a quick bite are (from left) Tanya Thurlow, Keisha Pennycooke and Narda Lawful Simpson.
Bartender Ornell Blake kept diners refreshed.
Birthday celebrant Dorothy Hobson (left) shared her day with gal pal of 46 years, Dorothy Noel.
Ever-Gaye style graced the pop-up café looking fab from head to toe.
Keniece Williams (right) proudly shows off her winning cake with presenter Coreine Rainford.