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Published: Thursday | November 15, 2012 Comments 0
Salut! The Appleton team hosted members of the Gleaner's Lifestyle team for Restaurant Week at Saffron in the Market Place on Tuesday. From left: Gleaner writer Garfene Grandison, Domonic Bell (back), Catherine McDonald, Jared Samuel, Theresa Sinclair, Christine Wood, Gary Dixon, Lifestyle Coordinator Nashauna Drummond, PRoComm's Vicki Cann, Cecil Smith, Sashae Leon (front row), Clement Lawrence and Matthew Samuda. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Salut! The Appleton team hosted members of the Gleaner's Lifestyle team for Restaurant Week at Saffron in the Market Place on Tuesday. From left: Gleaner writer Garfene Grandison, Domonic Bell (back), Catherine McDonald, Jared Samuel, Theresa Sinclair, Christine Wood, Gary Dixon, Lifestyle Coordinator Nashauna Drummond, PRoComm's Vicki Cann, Cecil Smith, Sashae Leon (front row), Clement Lawrence and Matthew Samuda. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Daniel Patterson gets ready to feed his wife Tameka as they dined at the Houseboat Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week on Tuesday night.Photo by Sheena Gayle
Daniel Patterson gets ready to feed his wife Tameka as they dined at the Houseboat Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week on Tuesday night.Photo by Sheena Gayle
Restaurant Week ambassador Kerry Clarke and husband Paul Burke were out enjoying Restaurant Week at Saffron in the Market Place on Tuesday night. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Restaurant Week ambassador Kerry Clarke and husband Paul Burke were out enjoying Restaurant Week at Saffron in the Market Place on Tuesday night. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Corporate entity Flow kicked off Restaurant Week last Friday at Redbones with some other corporate giants. From left: Jenson Sylvester, Keith Smith, Michele English, Howard Gordon, Jon Clear, Frank James, Simon Roberts and Denise Williams. Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Corporate entity Flow kicked off Restaurant Week last Friday at Redbones with some other corporate giants. From left: Jenson Sylvester, Keith Smith, Michele English, Howard Gordon, Jon Clear, Frank James, Simon Roberts and Denise Williams. Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Restaurant Week ambassador Oliver Samules listens intently to wine expert Luis Torres during a wine and food pairing seminar for the ambassadors and sponsors of Restaurant Week. Looking on is Kristina Kerr of Market Me Jamaica. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Restaurant Week ambassador Oliver Samules listens intently to wine expert Luis Torres during a wine and food pairing seminar for the ambassadors and sponsors of Restaurant Week. Looking on is Kristina Kerr of Market Me Jamaica. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Restaurant Week ambassadors Oliver Samuels and Tessanne Chin were all smiles after a riveting 'Liberation of Wine and Food' seminar with Luis Torres (second left) and Stepanie Scott, Restaurant Week conceptualiser.
Restaurant Week ambassadors Oliver Samuels and Tessanne Chin were all smiles after a riveting 'Liberation of Wine and Food' seminar with Luis Torres (second left) and Stepanie Scott, Restaurant Week conceptualiser.

Patrons continue to restaurant hop for the very coveted Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week and our roving lens continue to capture these moments. Restaurant Week sponsors continue to eat out and we bring you highlights. Where will you be this week? It's your Thursday EXTRA fix so eat up, live up, one love!




Full Caption: Salut! The Appleton team hosted members of the Gleaner's Lifestyle team for Restaurant Week at Saffron in the Market Place on Tuesday. From left: Gleaner writer Garfene Grandison, Domonic Bell (back), Catherine McDonald, Jared Samuel, Theresa Sinclair, Christine Wood, Gary Dixon, Lifestyle Coordinator Nashauna Drummond, PRoComm's Vicki Cann, Cecil Smith, Sashae Leon (front row), Clement Lawrence and Matthew Samuda. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer















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