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RW teases MoBay foodies

Published:Friday | October 28, 2016 | 10:40 AM
The fabulous Imani Blake was scorching in this dress.
Berger Paint’s Neisha Bean (left) and Hospitality Jamaica’s Janet Silvera.
VIP Attraction’s Tameka Bryce turned quite a few heads in her little black number.
Restaurant Week ambassadors (from left) Sharon Singh, Melissa Chang and T’Shura Gibbs.
PricewaterhouseCooper’s Peter Williams and his wife Janice.
From left: Café Mocha’s Caylia White, Monifa Reid, Yasmen Abd Al-Ahad and Malika Green.
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WESTERN BUREAU:

A 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 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.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com