Brewery Sunset Lounge opens under new management

Observer West reporter

Thursday, September 13, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James —Newly renovated eatery and entertainment spot, Brewery Sunset Lounge, is now up and running under new management in Montego Bay, St James.

Veteran chef, Donovan Williams and partner Andre Dyer, have fused to open the gastronomy and entertainment facility, catering to locals and tourists along the popular 'Hip Strip' in the resort city.

According to Williams, who is also called 'Big Chef' and 'Big Willie', activities at the venue will not get into full throttle until the October 4 weekend, but the entertainment experience “kicked off” on Sunday with a night dubbed, 'Sunday Celebrity'.

The event started at 10:00 pm and showcased mostly retroactive and cultural music, he said.

“It was a night of fun. The patrons had a rollicking time,” he told the Jamaica Observer West.

That event took place after a Sunday morning brunch, which started at 11:00 am and ran up until 3:00 pm with a variety of dishes.

Come next month, live entertainment will be on the cards on Saturday nights when the weekly 'Saturday Nite Live' commences.

Another feature will be 'Ladies Night Out' on Friday nights, during which time ladies will be allowed half price “on everything”.

On Thursdays, seafood lovers will have something “to look forward to”.

“ If you want your fish done a special way, we will cater to your needs, but we aregoing to have many different types of seafood,” Williams shared.

Williams disclosed that he has over 30 years of experience in the kitchen under his belt, during which time he has worked for top-notched hotel chains, such as Sandals and Marriott.

“I am a journeyman in the hotel industry spanning over 30 years, from Marriott Resorts International to Sandals Resorts International. I spent 16 years with Sandals after returning to Jamaica,” “Big Chef” told the Observer West.

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