Hamilton's Smokehouse & The Best Dressed Chicken Summer Bites Food Tour
Uncorked Too's Summer Bites menu features a Hamilton's Smokehouse Smoked Corn Dog.

It's clear that the ayes (and the forks) have it: Hamilton's Smokehouse and The Best Dressed Chicken Summer Bites event is an unqualified hit! The event has inspired dining tours among friends and business associates with special-priced menu items at 17 restaurants in Kingston, Ocho Rios, Negril and Montego Bay.

"This has been our biggest year yet," says Lackesha Pitter, brand manager, Hamilton's Smokehouse. "The restaurants are reporting buzzy interest for their featured dishes. Their guests are delighted, making restaurant owners equally happy."

With everything from starters to entrées, chefs at each Summer Bites restaurant have sought to create imaginative summer-style plates. Participating eateries are: Café Blue (all locations), Clubhouse Brewery, John Crow's Tavern, Julie Mango, Kenny's Italian, Masala Wok, Nirvana, Nirvana Global, Pier 1, Plantation Smokehouse, Press Café, Rituals Coffee House, Saffron, Select Grocers Deli, Sonia's Homestyle, Tamarind, and Uncorked (Uncorked, Uncorked Too and Uncorked West).

Summer Bites ends on August 26, so get into the movement now!

Cordia Panton Williams (centre), relationship manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, welcomes Lillan co-principals Peter and Andrea Cowan to Uncorked Too, a designated Summer Bites restaurant.
Lorraine Kemble (left), brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, and Lackesha Pitter, brand manager, Hamilton's Smokehouse, are on hand to greet guests.
Cordia Panton Williams, relationship manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, and her sales manager colleague Mathew Morris await the arrival of patrons.
Cordia Panton Williams (left), relationship manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, and Mathew Morris (right), sales manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, welcome Winthrop and Sangie Davis, co-principals, Ajani's Supermarket.
Uncorked Too server Samantha Williams with the restaurant's limited-time-only Hamilton's Smokehouse Smoked Corn Dog.
Clockwise, from left: Sangie Davis, co-principal, Ajani's Supermarket; Lackesha Pitter, brand manager, Hamilton's Smokehouse; Lorraine Kemble, brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; Peter and Andrea Cowan, co-principals, Lillan Limited; Paulette Thompson; Cordia Panton Williams, relationship manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; Mathew Morris, sales manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; and Winthrop Davis, co-principal, Ajani's Supermarket.
Tanielle Taylor (left), principal, Manuscript Centre, greets Jodi Ann Mullings, owner, Go to Jo Events. Also pictured are: Racquel Watson (second right), brand manager, and her twin sister, Rochelle Rowe, marketing manager, GrabNGo.
(Foreground, from left) Hamilton's Smokehouse Barbecue Franks Bites with Mac n' Cheese and Ham and Cheese Apple Pie-nini are available at Press Café until August 26.
Gal pals (from left) Tanielle Taylor; Jodi Ann Mullings; Racquel Watson, business development manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; and Rochelle Rowe enjoy downtime at Press Café.
Press Café server Jada Tabanna presents the Hamilton's Smokehouse Barbecue Franks Bites with Mac n' Cheese from the café's Summer Bites menu.
From left: Paula Bullings, regional marketing manager, Blue Diamond Resorts; Gina Forest, CEO & creative director, BynApple PR & Marketing Company; Lincoln Robinson, sales & marketing officer, The Best Dressed Chicken; and Milford Haye, building supervisor.
Hamilton's Smokehouse Jerk Sausage Fajita is John Crow's Tavern offering for the Hamilton's Smokehouse and The Best Dressed Chicken Summer Bites dining event.
Lincoln Robinson, sales & marketing officer, The Best Dressed Chicken, and Paula Bullings, regional marketing manager, Blue Diamond Resorts.
Besties Abigail Allen (left) and Kenya Tomlinson get set to enjoy Hamilton's Smokehouse Jerk Sausage Fajitas.
John Crow's Tavern servers Gavin Jones (left) and Merkland Williams.

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