Wednesday, November 8, 2023

As has become tradition, the 2023 Jamaica Food + Drink Festival (JFDF) wrapped at a peak, literally, with the NCB Capital Markets Limited Brunch In The Hills at Peter's Rock. It was a day-long treat of spectacular mountain views, fab fare, and affable guests, the perfect close to a week of homage to gastronomy.

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<strong id="strong-1a7d0e257556f15cd19f55e808b20936">NAUTIcal Stripes</strong> - Architect at Atelier-Vidal Nicole Auden embraced stripes in a Safidah number. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-69ede4ea5c019ead0894e2d6e616e3cd">Hand In Hand</strong> - NCB Foundation Chair Thalia Lyn and her husband, retired airline captain Michael Lyn (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-b70826d8af37fc2023ded7c3eb76ee87">'Ruff' Justice</strong> - Event planner Melanie Miller made a statement in the Tiered Ruffle Dress by Eloquii.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-6019e4fbc37c9685555371c902f4b1c2">Pleats, Please</strong> - Stacy Belnavis, director of digital banking at CIBC FirstCaribbean, was flirty in pink.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-f4c82b29b5487e316c515fe4563b3682">Life Size</strong> - Sterling Travel Services Chairman Steven Hudson secured a photo-op with a Magnum bottle of Whispering Angel. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-284f747ba952d482214b5594594bd61e">Taking Stock</strong> - NCB Capital Markets Ltd senior wealth advisors Jevon Fulton and Danielle Folkes got a nodof approval. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
<strong id="strong-fdb30d8a8d10210c85d409dcec98da82">Family First </strong>- In family portrait mode were The Face Place Salon &amp; Institute of Aesthetics Managing Director Marie Hall Smith, her hubby, Tech Pro Business Solutions Ltd Managing Director Paul Smith, and daughters Jolie (left) and Paloma. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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