Gauchos Grill & Sweet Wood Jerk
by Kadia Francis
Gauchos Grill on Seventh Avenue, the ambiance especially at night is beautiful with the pool and the candles very romantic, the bartender is awesome and the food is divine. Check out the website below.
Sweet Wood is a Jerk joint in New Kingston where Prendy's used to be, they jerk just about everything, what makes them amazing is that they use pimento wood to jerk the food in an open pit round the back and did I mention the roast yam and breadfruit? salivating.
The music is all roots reggae and the ambiance friendly.
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