Foodie enthusiasts were thrilled to see a comeback of the ever-popular Kingston Kitchen event.

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What started as a Twitter link between three friends in 2011, launched the Kingston Night Market series, which really kicked-off the food movement in Jamaica. It was a food emporium under the stars, and offered an exciting line-up of some of the island’s best food purveyors creating wonderful food.

It also gave exposure to the many up-and-coming, small-batch artisan vendors. It welcomed all, family and friends, to ‘dine and lyme.’
This year the event was held at the same venue, in Hope Gardens, and once again patrons were treated to a scrumptious day feasting on authentic Jamaican food!


Stush in the Bush enticed patrons with a delightful array of food offerings.

Chilitos offered a varied menu and refreshing cocktails.

Fresh from the oven goodies from Eleni Bakery.

Pink Apron, one of the hottest food trucks in Town.

Outland Hurders from Manchester served a variety of artisan cheeses.

Pots were bubbling at All Spice cooking up some authentic Jamaican dishes.

Food was served from the many food trucks and tent stalls.

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