The Liguanea Club on Knutsford Boulevard in New Kingston, Jamaica took its own spin on GW Art’s original ‘It’s Always Wine O’Clock’ piece with the optimistic quote and message, ‘Live Laugh Love’ for one of their newly refurbished suites.
The centrally located Liguanea Club is a members’ sports and recreational club with 8 tennis courts, 6 squash courts, a gym, swimming pool, 38 guest rooms, meeting rooms, events facilities, a restaurant, bar and well-maintained grounds.
The guest rooms, meeting rooms, and events facilities are available for rental by local and overseas members, as well as non-members at very competitive rates.
Be like The Liguanea Club and get GW Art in your space today!
The Liguanea Club opens its membership to both local residents and overseas visitors who wish to make use of the facilities.
The Liguanea Club is advertised on established accommodation websites such as http://www.tripadvisor.com. Nestled in the heart of New Kingston, it is quite convenient for business travel, overnight stays or short stays to see the city of Kingston. Check it out today!
The Liguanea Club
Location: Knutsford Boulevard, New Kingston. Kgn. 5. JA. W.I.
Don’t just have outings for special occasions. Take the family or a loved one out for Brunch this Sunday at The Jamaica Pegasus. You can pick, choose and refuse from their salivating options and enjoy your meal with light entertainment.
Keep it light or keep piling it on. Your choice! Enjoy!
Cost of Sunday Brunch: $3415JMD incl. tax
***(1st glass of juice included; other beverages are at an additional cost)
Time of Sunday Brunch: 11am-3:00pm
***Reservations are recommended***
Location: The Jamaica Pegasus at 81 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston 5
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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My husband, Randy wanted to treat me to Dinner for my Birthday a few weeks ago. I preferred to go somewhere that I hadn’t been before, so I checked my list and chose the Courtyard by Marriott that is by Emancipation Park.
On Saturday, June 10 at 8pm, we arrived at the Marriott to pleasant greetings and clean, modern décor.
I immediately noticed that there was access to televisions in the seating booths. I was happy I could see the races from the Racers Grand Prix up close and did not have to cut dinner short or keep walking to the Bar counter to see the races properly.
We ordered soon after we browsed the menu and everything arrived to the table like clockwork.
Soups, Salads, Appetizers, Snacks & Sandwiches
Randy had the Chef’s Soup of the Day, which was a Vegetable Soup ($5.50US). It was a big serving that was tasty and he enjoyed it.
I had the Zesty Fried Shrimp with a flavourful Passion fruit sauce for $12US.
They have Salad Options that range from $9.50US to $12.50US and Appetizers such as Quesadillas, Wings and thin crust Pizza that range from $6.50US to $10.50US. They also offer Sandwiches and Burgers a bit less than $16US.
I had the Smoked House Bliss that included Smoked Salmon, Smoked Chicken and Smoked Turkey tossed in a creamy Alfredo sauce ($23US).
I appreciated the fact that my Alfredo sauce was light and I loved the pronounced flavours of the Smoked Meats in the Pasta, which were not lost in the sauce.
I enjoyed my dinner with a Hummingbird, which was not on the Drinks menu, but the Bartender agreed to make it and did a good job too.
My husband also lucked out with the Classical Duo ($30US) consisting of succulent Garlic Shrimp complemented by a delightful sauce and deliciously seasoned, Braised Beef Ribs with a Red Wine sauce. He enjoyed his main with a strong Rum Punch.
Other Entrées included a variety of Pastas with costs ranging from $15.50US to $23US and a variety of Rib dishes ranging from $22US to $30US. There were also options such as Garlic Shrimp ($29.50US), Grilled Salmon for $25.50US, Pork Chops ($25US), Hoisin Glazed Snapper ($18.50US), Southern Fried Chicken ($19.50US) and most interestingly, Spiked Over-Proof Curried Goat for $22US.
More Birthday Dessert for Suga!
The pleasant lady in charge who seemed like the Maître d’, came to our table mid-course, wished me Happy Birthday since she took the reservation and also ensured that service was going well. She then told us that our Dessert would be Complimentary for my Birthday and we should enjoy and return to the Marriott soon.
Randy and I shared the Oreo Cheesecake, which was divine!
Other Dessert choices on the menu included Cakes, Puddings and Fruit medleys thatranged from $5.50-$6.50US.
Marriott is pricey but totally worth it. The food was delicious across the board with good presentation and our waiter, Andrew was very attentive and courteous throughout our courses. #sugaendorsed.