Tenn Out of Tenn!
Member of Parliament for Manchester North Western Mikael Phillips (left) shared the frame with Managing Director and CEO of M10 Bar and Grill Marvin Tenn. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

Friday Social presses rewind and heads back to Thursday, April 11 and the official opening of the Red Hills location of M10 Bar and Grill. A cherished culinary destination with its flagship location at Vineyard Town, the new location features indoor and outdoor dining and new menu options with the same outstanding local fare that its loyal followers yearn.

There were copious expressions of gratitude, laughter and words of praise as specially invited guests convened at the eatery and nodded in accord as M10 Bar & Grill CEO and Managing Director Marvin Tenn added his personal appreciation. "I would like to thank everyone for coming out this evening; most importantly, there are some special persons I'd like to mention. Let's give it up for the Most Honourable Juliet Holness, Member of Parliament Julian Robinson; [Jamaica Observer Senior Associate Editor, Lifestyle & Social Content] Novia McDonald-Whyte; our sponsors Appleton Estate, Image One and Betco Premier; representatives from Sagicor and NCB; the Red Hills M10 team; and our loyal clients. Without your unwavering support, tonight's celebration would not have been possible," he said.

With formalities over, it was back to the musical styling of DJs Collin Hines and Krazy Kris, cups of mannish water, curried goat spring rolls, mackerel run down bruschetta, chicken strips, and panko shrimps.

Luxury bridal make-up artist and 876 Face by Teeah principal Teeah Grant and her husband, photographer Oneil Grant, raised a toast to an evening of fun. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Medical doctor Lloy Hunter was her father NCB exec Wayne Hunter's plus-one. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Tamiko Sadler, COO at Fleet Master Truck Parts, paired her black and white printed blouse with snazzy denims from Good American.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Matching with your friend is an ultimate friendship goal and National Commercial Bank Business Banker Antoinette Smith (left) and Duke Street Branch Development Representative Dellice Anderson did just that! (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
National Commercial Bank client services officers Julian Wright (left) and Lexine Green were all smiles for the Page 2 lensman. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Style SavvySagicor Bank Team Lead Personal Banker Jackie Foster knew what she was doing when she complemented her Fashion Nova white dress with a black Tory Burch handbag and a pair of white Tory Burch sandals. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Sitting Pretty...... was D Kelsey Jones, who paired her white bodycon dress from Stun by Moses with metallic silver and black sandals. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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