Are you ready for Restaurant Week?

Published: Wednesday | November 4, 2009

The Gleaner family got into high gear on Monday night as they wined and dined with clients and friends at a number of the restaurants participating in this year's much anticipated event.

We welcome newcomers from Ocho Rios, St Ann and Montego Bay, St James. Times are tough but why not give yourselves a treat by taking advantage of the discounted menus at 45 restaurants from November 7-14?

Bon Appetit!

Evita's Carmen LLewellyn is ready for the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week that starts on November 7.

Cheers Everyone! Guests of The Gleaner Company drink a toast to the upcoming Restaurant Week's success at Norma's on the Terrace on Monday night. Making the toast are (from left) Verla Seymour and husband Morin; Kerry-Ann White; Stephanie Scott; Gleaner director, Carol Archer; Shelly Sykes Coley (partly hidden); The Gleaner's advertising operations manager, Nordia Craig; and Joan Forest Henry.- Photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

Velia Espeut is tickled by what The Gleaner's Collin Bourne has to express over dinner at the at Terra Nova All Suite Hotel. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

From left, Norma Shirley the woman behind the excellent food at Norma's on the Terrace, has the attention of Stephanie Scott, Karin Cooper and Morin Seymour.

From left, Shelly Sykes Coley, Nordia Craig, and Joan Forrest Henry share in a joke from the other side of the table.

From left, Sandie Saunders, Deon Bryan, Hodari Stewart, Stephen Shaw and Douglas Orane share table with Tony Williams (second right) and Anne Soutar while giving our camera some attention. They enjoyed the top-class fare at Redbones the Blues Café, Braemar Avenue, St Andrew.

Dr Patricia Holness enjoys her conversation with Tony Gambrill at the pre-Restaurant Week dinner hosted by Gleaner executives at The Spanish Court Café, St Lucia Avenue, New Kingston.

Sandie Saunders (left), chats with her guest, Hylton Dennis (right), while Deon Bryan (second left) and Hodari Stewart look on.

Oshane Bailey mixes up a Tru-Juice drink at Evita's in Ocho Rios, St Ann.

Below: Having a great time at Evita's are (from left) Norma Walters, Charmaine Deane, Isabelle Barnes, Dr Osmond Tomlinson, Eva Myers, Custos R.O. Walters, Christopher Barnes and Anna-Kay Tomlinson

From left, Mavis Belasse with her guests, George Roper and his wife, Sharon Roper, dine at Redbones The Blues Café, one of the participating restaurants.

- Photos by Carl Gilchrist/Freelance Photographer

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