Rib Kage Bar & Grill - fresh, new look
Gary Ferguson was a little boy, he'd ride past Tony Roma's
in Miami every day. His dream was to open a rib place in Jamaica.
His family owned bakeries and were always into food. "It
was something I was around all the time, and I had a passion
for it," he says with delight. He returned home in 1988
doing other things, but he kept his culinary vision close
to his heart. Some might remember Bistro on Constant Spring
Road in the early '90s. The location became available when
it closed, and, along with friends and partners, Ferguson
came up with the name Rib Kage. Their goal was to create something
"familiar, with consistency and quality".
the 1995 opening, Rib Kage has gone from strength to strength.
Due to increasing demand to come to New Kingston, the Braemar
Avenue restaurant opened in November 2006.
original location is casually al fresco, but the new no-smoking,
air-conditioned venue, which seats 30 in the main dining area,
14 at the bar, 25 in the front and 12 in the private dining
room, is more formal. The latter two rooms may be hired for
parties, breakfast meetings and business lunches. The chefs
will create a menu to suit your needs, including hors d'oeuvres
for corporate functions up to 100 people.
partners of Rib Kage have successfully reinvented themselves
and created a fresh look. No doubt, during KRW and beyond,
you'll feel like you've stepped into someone's house, with
warm wooden décor and metropolitan sleekness.