Mr Breakfast
Restaurant Week Returns For Its 16th Staging!
A slight drizzle of syrup goes a long way on the Mr Breakfast Cheesecake Shortcake pancakes. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)

Founded in 2004 by the late Stephanie Scott, Restaurant Week is back after a two-year hiatus. This highly anticipated event that celebrates and encourages people to dine out and support the local restaurant industry this year boasts over 60 restaurants offering heavily discounted prix-fixe menus.

Though dubbed a week — the 10-day event, which began on November 11, 2022, offers these menus over the categories Morning Bites, Nyam and Scram, Savoury, Delectable and Epicurean.

In tandem with Senior Associate Editor, Lifestyle & Social Content Novia McDonald-Whyte alongside chairperson of Restaurant Week Debra Taylor Smith, the Thursday Food lens was out during days one and two checking on not only the menu offerings but also the positive feedback from patrons.

The Combo 1 special from Morning Bites Restaurant Mr Breakfast is proving to be popular during Restaurant Week 2022. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Aviation firefighter and UTech engineering student Dillon Williams took time away from outing fires to treat his leading lady UCC student Brittaney Blake to a Mr Breakfast Morning Bite during Restaurant Week. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Multi-hyphenate Shaquille Blake was more than ready to dig into his King's Omelette and Cheesecake Shortcake Pancakes at Mr Breakfast. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Manager of Mr Breakfast Pascual Gray went through the Restaurant Week menu offerings with Jamaica Observer Senior Associate Editor, Lifestyle & Social Content Novia McDonald-Whyte. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Ackee Waffle Bites are another crowd favourite at Morning Bites Restaurant Mr Breakfast. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
...who later paused for a quick photo before diving into her Salted Caramel and Bacon pancakes from Mr Breakfast. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Restaurant Week 2022 Chairperson Debra Taylor Smith (right) and Senior Associate Editor, Lifestyle & Social Content Novia McDonald-Whyte enjoyed a morning bite at Press Café's newest location on Red Hills Road. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Breakfast Flatbread — Crispy flatbread delicately topped with house-made marinara sauce, bell peppers, onions, scrambled eggs, black forest ham and melted mozzarella cheese (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Press Café Salmon Burger (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Fried ackee wontons with tofu salt fish dip (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Cheers to 16 years! Restaurant Week Chairperson Debra Taylor Smith (left) and Jamaica Observer Senior Associate Editor, Lifestyle & Social Content Novia McDonald-Whyte raised a glass of the Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio to Jamaica Liquor Warehouse. (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
Grilled Pork Chops in a passion fruit rum glaze from the Delectable category at Jamaica Liquor Warehouse (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)
No matter how full you are, there's always room for warm apple pie from the Jamaica Liquor Warehouse! (Photo: O’Dain Donegan)

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