Something extra

Published: Friday | November 16, 2012 Comments 0
CB Chicken treated customers to an evening of culinary splendour at the Seahorse Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week. (From left) Joan McKie, Sharon Anderson, Aldith Clarke-Green, Denton Green, Beverly Daley, Natalie Smith, Marvia Hesson-James, Marie and Otis Adams.
CB Chicken treated customers to an evening of culinary splendour at the Seahorse Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week. (From left) Joan McKie, Sharon Anderson, Aldith Clarke-Green, Denton Green, Beverly Daley, Natalie Smith, Marvia Hesson-James, Marie and Otis Adams.
Marvin Murray and his fiancée Odeth Edwards were all smiles as they dined at Pelican Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week on Tuesday.
Marvin Murray and his fiancée Odeth Edwards were all smiles as they dined at Pelican Grill in Montego Bay during Restaurant Week on Tuesday.
Celebrating a friend's birthday is important, and Tanesha Clarke (centre) was treated to dinner at Napoli Restaurant in Montego Bay by friends Carol Coombs (left) and Marion James-Campbell during Restaurant Week on Tuesday.
Celebrating a friend's birthday is important, and Tanesha Clarke (centre) was treated to dinner at Napoli Restaurant in Montego Bay by friends Carol Coombs (left) and Marion James-Campbell during Restaurant Week on Tuesday.
What better way to celebrate your birthday than during the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week? Birthday boy Damion Bent (left) with friends (from left) Nelta Edwards, Kadean Thompson and Gary Brown enjoy a fun dinner at Seawind Club in Montego Bay Tuesday night.
What better way to celebrate your birthday than during the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week? Birthday boy Damion Bent (left) with friends (from left) Nelta Edwards, Kadean Thompson and Gary Brown enjoy a fun dinner at Seawind Club in Montego Bay Tuesday night.
It was a family affair at Seahorse Grill in Montego Bay. From left: Dionne Waugh, Ann Hill and mother Dunalee Hill being served by waitress Cerita Virgo during Restaurant Week.
It was a family affair at Seahorse Grill in Montego Bay. From left: Dionne Waugh, Ann Hill and mother Dunalee Hill being served by waitress Cerita Virgo during Restaurant Week.
Was it chicken on the menu? Whatever it was it sure was delicious, and the Caribbean Broilers team was out in full force to enjoy and toast all the fare of the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week. From left are: Kareen Cole, Karen Weir, Claudette Wynter, Michael Bank, Bob Mason, Caribbean Broilers CEO Mark Haskins, Tanesha Wallace, Kimberly Mullings and Bjorn Bennett. The team was at the Terra Nova Regency Room on Tuesday night. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Was it chicken on the menu? Whatever it was it sure was delicious, and the Caribbean Broilers team was out in full force to enjoy and toast all the fare of the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week. From left are: Kareen Cole, Karen Weir, Claudette Wynter, Michael Bank, Bob Mason, Caribbean Broilers CEO Mark Haskins, Tanesha Wallace, Kimberly Mullings and Bjorn Bennett. The team was at the Terra Nova Regency Room on Tuesday night. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

The week is almost done, but what a week it has been! Filled with fine foods, fond memories, great wines, fabulous cocktails, Restaurant Week 2012 has continued to capture the attention of persons at home and abroad. Dining out has never been this spectacular. Join us as we share our Restaurant Week moments, our corporate sponsors, and patrons' dining experiences. Salut to yet another successful Restaurant Week staging!



Full Caption: Was it chicken on the menu? Whatever it was it sure was delicious, and the Caribbean Broilers team was out in full force to enjoy and toast all the fare of the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week. From left are: Kareen Cole, Karen Weir, Claudette Wynter, Michael Bank, Bob Mason, Caribbean Broilers CEO Mark Haskins, Tanesha Wallace, Kimberly Mullings and Bjorn Bennett. The team was at the Terra Nova Regency Room on Tuesday night. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

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