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Impressive opening for Grand A View Restaurant and Event Place

Thursday, March 21, 2019

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Montego Bay's socialites were out in their numbers on the night of Saturday, March 9 to share in the glitzy official opening of the Grand A View Restaurant and Event Place, located on Queens Drive in the resort city.

The state-of-the-art establishment, owned by Carl Erskine and his wife Dr Barbara Erskine, which opened its doors in December last year, was officially opened by Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.

Among the attendees were Custos of St James Conrad Pitkin, and Mayor of Montego Bay Homer Davis.

Karl Erskine expressed his satisfaction with the restaurant and event place which he said is the fulfilment of his long-held vision.

“I'm proud to say I love what I have seen and it's for the city of Montego Bay,” he said.

Following the ribbon- cutting and opening ceremony, those in attendance enjoyed copious servings of hors d'oeuvres and spirits. They also had great music, as well as a lively entertainment package, which included the group, Shadows of the 60s, and Fitzroy Minott.

The facility is ideal for parties, graduations, weddings, conferences and other events.

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