All Set for RESTAURANT WEEK!
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From left: Debra Taylor-Smith, event manager, Restaurant Week; Justin Hall, brand manager, Massy Distribution; Jamie Bicknell Smith, marketing manager, Select Brands; and Bethany Young, marketing and communications manager, Rainforest Caribbean, were all smiles as they cut the Sweet 16 cake by Tami Hoyow..

Restaurant Week (Ja) founder the late Stephanie Scott's eyes would have sparkled! Restaurant Week's (RW) 16th iteration kicked off on Monday, October 31 at Fromage Gourmet on Hillcrest Road with sponsors, bloggers, and the RW management team raising a toast to Scott ahead of cake-cutting duties.

Thursday Food is delighted to announce that tomorrow, straight through to Sunday, November 20, 2022, is not only the staging of Restaurant Week but too, an opportunity for all to help an industry that was dealt a severe body blow as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Cheers to the 16th staging of Restaurant Week!.
What's a sweet 16th celebration without a cake? Naturally, it had to be a Tami Hoyow creation.
Debra Taylor Smith (left), event manager of Restaurant Week, and Lyndsey McDonnough, co-managing director of Market Me Consulting Limited, are delighted to see the return of the RW Fork.

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