Tuesday, 11 June 2019

LIFE + STYLE: Sugar Mill restaurant tops winners at Food Awards + Meiling, Claudia Pegus among designers headlining #CFW2019

EAT, PLAY, LAUGH: Culinary genius, gorgeous décor and zest-for-life elegance created a winning combination yet again as the Table Talk Food Awards (the Caribbean’s premier food event) took centrestage on the lawns of Devon House in St. Andrew on Thursday, May 30. Now in its 21st year, the food lovers’ event, put on annually by the Jamaica Observer, honoured hard-working and inventive industry players with awards, as patrons checked out the many booths and sampled the delectable offerings. Among the night’s big winners: Half Moon’s Sugar Mill (Norma Shirley Award for Restaurant of the Year); East Japanese Next Door (Best Watering Hole); Montego Bay’s S Hotel (Best Place to be Seen); Mystic India (Best Ethnic Restaurant); M10 (Best Restaurant for Jamaican Food); Nadine Burie (Dessert Chef of the Year); Executive Chef Dennis McIntosh (Chairman’s Award) and Gary ‘Butch’ Hendrickson (Lifetime Achievement Award). 

MISSION CATWALK: Some 14 designer collections will hit the runway when Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW) returns for its latest iteration, June 13 to 16, at Villa Ronai (Stony Hill) in St. Andrew. What do fashion lovers have to look forward to? “The best of Africa and the Caribbean on a magical floating runway in the Villa Ronai rainforest,” reveals organizers, Pulse. Saturday night’s roster will feature eye-catching, head-turning couture from Mutamba, Tokyo James, Ilaré, Biggy, Ituen Basi, Jeneil Williams and Claudia Pegus. Sunday night’s big finale will see sexy models walking in pieces by Hope Wade, drennaLUNA, The Cloth, Mai Atafo, Lanre da Silva, Heather Jones and Meiling. For more on #CFW2019, including ticket prices, visit pulseworld360.com.

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