It's Hot Plates for Hamilton's Smokehouse and The Best Dressed Chicken Summer Bites
Nirvanna Classic Korean Chicken Bibimbap Bowl .

Challenge accepted! That was the resounding response when Hamilton's Smokehouse and The Best Dressed Chicken invited 17 restaurants to create exclusive menu features for the 2022 edition of the Summer Bites dining event.

From wake-me-up sandwiches to late-night treats, there is a lot to love among the limited-time offerings from the restaurants. "We are delighted with the responses from the chefs. Each has developed exceptional plates, and diners will enjoy what's new on the menus at the spots they regularly visit and discover new favourite eateries in Kingston, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios," said Lackesha Pitter, brand manager, Hamilton's Smokehouse. The menus are available now through to August 26, 2022.

The meticulously curated list of participating restaurants spans dining occasions and styles. "We have cafés, full-service restaurants and grab-and-go delis, so whatever you feel like eating, whatever the time, you will be thrilled by the Summer Bites menus," says Pitter.

Nirvanna Global Tortiglioni with Hamilton's Smokehouse Jerk Sausage tossed in vodka al olio sauce.
Select Grocers Deli Pork Lovers' Pasta is made with Hamilton's Smokehouse Black Forest Ham and Smoked Sausage..
Café Blue Hamilton's Smokehouse Black Forest Ham Sandwich .
Uncorked Hamilton's Smokehouse Smoked Sausage Corndog. Also available at Uncorked 2 and Uncorked West..
Pier One Island Style Chicken Breast made with The Best Dressed Chicken.
Rituals Café, Hamilton's Smokehouse Black Forest Ham Club Sandwich.
Press Café Barbecue Franks with Mac 'n' Cheese.
Hamilton's Smokehouse Brand Manager Lackesha Pitter welcomes diners along with Nirvanna manager Sandip Tamang.

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