Dining out on New Year's night
Photos by Barbara Ellington
Archibald Cox (left), and Adrian Nembhard were kept very busy as they delivered excellent service to guests on New Year's Eve at Sandals Grande Ocho Rios in St Ann.
Barbara Ellington, Lifestyle Editor
Many persons are now opting for a hotel over the Christmas and New Year's holidays. One of the reasons is to escape the heavy volume of cooking for family and friends at these times of the year.
In hotels, the major part of the 'work' is to decide which of the restaurants on the properties to select. Sandals Grande Ocho Rios, has several options, ranging from buffet to special romantic tables for two along the boardwalk overlooking the ocean.
Superb white-glove service is guaranteed and, besides the lavish feast of New Year's Eve, guests can dine in relative quiet and make their selections from the menu.
Here are some of the offerings from January 1.
Chinese barbecue pork chops
Lambert Sandford, Jamaican resident of Huntville, Alabama, gets his Greek salad as the waiter takes a drink order during dinner on New Year's Day at Sandal's Grande Ocho Rios, St Ann.
Grilled lobster tails