SOMETHING EXTRA

Published: Thursday | November 8, 2012 Comments 0
The Gleaner hosted guests to a delectable dinner and an evening of fun at the Houseboat Grill in Montego Bay two days before the start of Restaurant Week. From left are Angella Bennett, Riu; Janet Silvera, The Gleaner; Tristan and Laura Alvarado, operators of Solo Jamaica; Gleaner director Winston Dear with his wife Denise; businessman Godfrey Dyer and wife Odette; Kasia Whyte of Sweet Spice; and Cornwall Regional Hospital's Everton Anderson.-Photo by SHeena Gayle
The Gleaner hosted guests to a delectable dinner and an evening of fun at the Houseboat Grill in Montego Bay two days before the start of Restaurant Week. From left are Angella Bennett, Riu; Janet Silvera, The Gleaner; Tristan and Laura Alvarado, operators of Solo Jamaica; Gleaner director Winston Dear with his wife Denise; businessman Godfrey Dyer and wife Odette; Kasia Whyte of Sweet Spice; and Cornwall Regional Hospital's Everton Anderson.-Photo by SHeena Gayle
ATL Automotives' Judith Denton channels sophisticated chic in her Lubica peplum design alongside the Bond girls and Mr James Bond himself.
ATL Automotives' Judith Denton channels sophisticated chic in her Lubica peplum design alongside the Bond girls and Mr James Bond himself.
Don Creary makes a style statement in his red and black Bond-inspired suit beside his belle and business partner, Ayesha Creary, who chose green as the accent colour at the 'Skyfall' premiere.-Contributed PHOTOS
Don Creary makes a style statement in his red and black Bond-inspired suit beside his belle and business partner, Ayesha Creary, who chose green as the accent colour at the 'Skyfall' premiere.-Contributed PHOTOS
Roxanne Elliott accessoried with her Heineken inspired green clutch pairs it well with her bronze LBD.
Roxanne Elliott accessoried with her Heineken inspired green clutch pairs it well with her bronze LBD.
The managing director of The Gleaner Company, Christopher Barnes, is in good company with friends Krissy Scott (left) and Tina Matalon at the Majestic Sushi & Grill on Tuesday night.
The managing director of The Gleaner Company, Christopher Barnes, is in good company with friends Krissy Scott (left) and Tina Matalon at the Majestic Sushi & Grill on Tuesday night.
US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater hosted a Presidential Election Watch Reception at her Paddington Terrace abode on Tuesday. Joining the celebration are (from left) Wayne Chen, Michelle Bovell, and Greg Christie.-Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater hosted a Presidential Election Watch Reception at her Paddington Terrace abode on Tuesday. Joining the celebration are (from left) Wayne Chen, Michelle Bovell, and Greg Christie.-Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Isabelle Barnes enjoys a joke with Meredith Walker at Majestic Sushi & Grill on Tuesday night as they kick-started the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week. -PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Isabelle Barnes enjoys a joke with Meredith Walker at Majestic Sushi & Grill on Tuesday night as they kick-started the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week. -PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

Restaurant Week approaches and we have kick-started the proceedings with a few Gleaner hosted dinners in Kingston and Montego Bay.  We are sharing the highlights.

The United States ambassador to the Rock hosted a US election watchnight event at her residence on Tuesday.

Heineken locked down the entire Carib 5 on Tuesday for the 'Skyfall' premiere.


Full Caption: The Gleaner hosted guests to a delectable dinner and an evening of fun at the Houseboat Grill in Montego Bay two days before the start of Restaurant Week. From left are Angella Bennett, Riu; Janet Silvera, The Gleaner; Tristan and Laura Alvarado, operators of Solo Jamaica; Gleaner director Winston Dear with his wife Denise; businessman Godfrey Dyer and wife Odette; Kasia Whyte of Sweet Spice; and Cornwall Regional Hospital's Everton Anderson.-Photo by SHeena Gayle

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