Friday May 19, 2023

M10 Bar & Grill just got 10 times better!

On Thursday, May 11, the iconic brand revered for its outstanding local fare, officially opened its second location at Premier Business Park on Red Hills Road. Operated by Claudette "Miss T" Tenn and her son Marvin, for over 13 years, the establishment has attracted a loyal base.

The new location promises a more upscale dining space, whilst maintaining the same high-quality food.

The veritable roll-out of best wishes commenced with long-standing customer Juliet Holness, member of parliament for St Andrew East Rural; and Julian Robinson, MP, St Andrew South Eastern, and culminated with family, friends and other well-wishers. The Jamaica Observer Food Awards judges were also on-site for the opening.

Attorney-at-law and media personality Khadine "Miss Kitty" Hylton, who is also an M10 devotee, took care of the evening's hosting proceedings while spin masters Collin Hines and Krazy Kris managed entertainment. Sponsors included Appleton Estate, Image One, and Betco Premier.

Good vibes, good food and good music were the order of the evening as guests sampled new menu items and the signature cocktail: the Strawberry Surprise.

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<strong id="strong-c6b371dfa1afb1d6d6052fa7a9fba3da">Put It in B&amp;W </strong>– Jamaica Observer Food Awards judge Stacy Belnavis was the definition of cool in a black and white 'fit. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-60810862c4faf2332d1e6c5e588fcc69">Party Of Three </strong>– From left: Dan Carmody, software consultant; Linton Johnson, logistics manager; and Surendra Guppa, project manager, were eager to check out M10's latest venture. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-6eeaf394a5bd82b9661aa120f43d1819">In From T&amp;T</strong> – Stephen Bell (left), VP at Seaboard Marine, and his wife Lisa Bell (second left), independent consultant, were delighted to introduce Trini pal Angela Prayag and her son Anthony Graham to the M10 vibes. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-653620bd473cf610dbcf94a99bccf7a3">Brand Loyalty</strong> – (From left) Appleton Estate Regional Marketing Manager Kamal Powell; Georgia Fearon, brand manager, Appleton Estate; and Pavel Smith, marketing manager at Campari, were in the mix repping their brands.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Seen In GreenA Zara ensemble did the job for Jamaica Observer Food Awards judge Patricia Henry at the M10 event.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-773e4827db49c85c6ad66d6b7e6151bb">Bless x 10</strong> – Venerable Patrick Cunningham, archdeacon of Kingston, seen here with his wife Dr Elaine Cunningham, blessed both the proceedings and M10's new location.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-b18c6e7b9c8f329ae7121edd160b6e5b">Stamp of Approval</strong> – Premier Business Plaza owners Neil and Sharon Hendrickson were on hand to ensure client satisfaction. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
<strong id="strong-442e7e69ff324657d68bb783094db4d0">Half Past Nude </strong>– Jamaica Observer Food Awards Judge Mala Morrison opted for a bodycon number from UK-based fast-fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing for the opening. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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