Grace adds 'flava' to Sumfest

July 23, 2018
Patrons flock the cafe to get a taste of the items that were being sold.
Grace Kitchen's Cafe customer Shauntelle Duffus and Ricardo Smith, channel programmes and promotions manager at Grace Foods and Services Limited, were all smiles while at the food spot.
Okoye Henry photo Customers chow down at the cafe.

The Grace Kitchens' Cafe was a big hit among patrons on Night One of Reggae Sumfest 2018 at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay last Friday.

The section boasted a perfect blend of both fine and casual dining with good food and atmosphere backed by efficient service, and it attracted hundreds of hungry customers.

"Grace is the official food-court sponsor of the internationally renowned music festival better known as Reggae Sumfest 2018," said Ricardo Smith, channel programmes and promotions manager at Grace Foods and Services Limited.

"The whole 'Flava With A Beat' campaign is on full display here with good food, good music and good vibes," he added.

On the night, four different types of soup were available fish and conch, chicken foot, chicken and beef.

The Grace Kitchens' Cafe also served up jerked ribs, escovitch wings, jerked BBQ wings, and butter almond festivals.

"So we have a lot of food, the crowd is fantastic, sales going very good, and it can only get better. Persons don't just buy and leave, and that is the good thing about it. It is not just a food station. It's an actual lounge cafÈ where persons just order and sit. They have bird's-eye view of the show. So people just sit down, eat and relax, watch the show," Smith explained.

Similar sentiments were shared by Shauntelle Duffus, who couldn't get enough of the food and the entertainment at Reggae Sumfest.

"Coming to Sumfest is something that should be on everyone's bucket list," said Duffus. "Ding Dong, who is the Grace global ambassador, performed excellent. The show, the line-up was awesome. You can't miss Reggae Sumfest 2019," she added.

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