Winston Lindo is out with his sons — birthday boy Worrel (left ) and William — for the VODA relaunch. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

Guess which happening Portmore spot is ready and rocking once again... VODA Lounge! The Vibez On The Acres restaurant and hang-out spot officially reopened its doors last week and it was fun, food and frolic all over again.

The Eat. Drink. Vibe.- themed event brought back out some faithfuls and a few newbies to the spot.

The Portmore Sovereign-located lounge suffered a fire earlier this year, which forced the operators to shutter the eatery, but with new decor and some new menu items, everything is now up and running once again with resident DJ Stinga at the controls.. Check out a few scenes:

Administrative Assistant Kimberly Bailey (left) and Chelicia Haughton, supervisor, are happy to be in the new space. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
From left: Mario Sutherland and his two children Kairye and Kayle enjoy a meal with his with little Jhaneliah Green. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
IT's A TREAT!Keith Minott, senior chef, puts on the finishing touches to this meal. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
The lounge is buzzng! (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
DJ Stinger keeps the vibes pumping! (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Shaday Wright receives a drink creation from bartender Okeen Wilison at Voda. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
VODA magic in a glass by Okeen Wilison, bartender (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
This pasta dish is Davine Whyte's menu fave. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Tessonia Mullings, waitress, serves up some goodness. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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