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  • Why Take a Food Tour?

    Why Take a Food Tour?

    We’re so glad that you asked!  Simply put, food tours are the fastest and most fun, filling and delicious way to learn about a culture.  They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach - well we believe that the way to understand a culture is through its stomach!  When you take a food tour...

  • March Madne$$!!

    March Madne$$!!

    MARCH MADNESS DI$COUNT ON FALMOUTH TO OCHO RIOS TOUR!! EAT, LEARN AND LAUGH FOR LESS IN THE MONTH OF MARCH! 

    If you like great food, or history, or fun - or even better - if you like all three, you won't want to miss our newest Nyam An' Guh Weh (Eat and Leave) Tour that combines...

  • New Falmouth to Ocho Rios Tour Now Open for Bookings!

    New Falmouth to Ocho Rios Tour Now Open for Bookings!

    It's finally here! We're so excited to announce the launch of our Nyam An' Guh Weh (Eat and Leave) combo walking and bus tour as of December 1, 2015. You won't want to miss this gastronomic feast that takes you to some of our favourite places and introduces you to some of our most loved foods!

    Our newest tour is...

  • Newsletter - A Foodie's Feast!

    Newsletter - A Foodie's Feast!

    It's a News Feast! Our latest Newslett​er is chock full of goodies! Dig in and get a bellyful of exciting gastronomic news right here:  Read More

  • Foodie Heaven in Jamaica!

    Foodie Heaven in Jamaica!

    Jamaica has always taken its food seriously, but in recent years, the local culinary landscape “tun up”,as we would say in local parlance. One indication of the increased interest in Jamaican cuisine and all things culinary, is the sponsoring of huge...

  • Foodie Road Trip - Join us!

    Foodie Road Trip - Join us!

    Join us as we embark on an adventure to discover the Top 10 culinary gems of the Parish of Trelawny. It’s that time of year when one of our leading local newspapers - the Jamaica Observer- Read More

  • Easter in J-A

    Easter in J-A

    Easter in Jamaica is a very popular time of year. The religious celebration was introduced to the island around the 17th century by the Europeans who colonized the island, bringing their religion of Christianity with them. During slavery, the enslaved Africans were given a day off in observance of this Easter holiday. However, with the...

  • Happy 2015!

    Happy 2015!

    It’s a brand new year and we’re quite excited!  We thoroughly enjoyed 2014 - our first full year of operations which saw us hosting over 600 guests!! We were delighted to host travel agents, travel journalists, history buffs, foodies, chefs, and well, just every day folks, curious and hungry...

  • Happy Birthday to Us !!

    Happy Birthday to Us !!

    We’re so excited to be celebrating our first birthday! Yes, believe it or not it’s been a year since we launched our pioneer food tour – the Falmouth Food Tour.

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  • Yes - Real Men do Take Food Tours!

    Yes - Real Men do Take Food Tours!

    So you’ve probably heard a rumour out there that real men don’t do food tours.  Somehow food tours sound like a ‘girlie’ thing right? Lumped in there with ‘Chick flicks’ or ‘Girls Night Out’ type...

  • Brand Jamaica to the World!!

    Brand Jamaica to the World!!

    Jamaica has just hosted another successful annual Expo at the National Arena in Kingston under the theme 'Brand Jamaica to the World!'. The Trade Show was attended by hundreds of buyers as well as thousands of...

  • Word on the Street is We’re the Word on the Street!!

    Word on the Street is We’re the Word on the Street!!

    So we might be blowing our own trumpet a bit, but word on the street is we’re the word on the street! We’re appreciative of the guests who have chosen to join us on our pioneer Falmouth Food Tour, and even...

  • Christmas in J-A!

    Christmas in J-A!

     Christmas is a BIG deal in Jamaica.  Some early birds started decorating their houses from as early as mid November and the stores started to put out their decorations about two weeks before that!  The rest of us will probably get around to it about the second or third week in December.  ...

  • Christmas in J-A!

    Christmas in J-A!

    Well t'is the season to be jolly, so what better time to tell you about Christmas in Jamaica! We should start by saying that Christmas is a BIG deal in Jamaica, so needless to say the Christmas fever is in full swing even as this post is being written!  Some early birds started decorating their houses from as early as mid...

  • It's Here - Food Lover's Month!

    It's Here - Food Lover's Month!

    Well November marked a busy month for food lovers in Jamaica.  One local newspaper sponsored the National Food Month which included the hugely popular Restaurant Week as well as food events around the country and even over in Florida.  Another newspaper sponsored Saveur which featured caterers...

  • Restaurant Week Jamaica 2013

    Restaurant Week Jamaica 2013

    So Restaurant Week is over and the verdict is in - It was a grand feast and food fantatics, gourmet lovers and foodie entrepreneurs like us are still licking their lips.

    Mounted under the...

  • When Kingston Meets New Orleans!

    When Kingston Meets New Orleans!

    It’s really exciting to see the growing buzz and activity around food in Jamaica.  Jamaicans have always been passionate about food, but in recent times we’ve turned up the heat in the kitchen as restaurateurs, chefs and...

  • All Dressed Up!!

    All Dressed Up!!

    Our creative Jamaican foodie entrepreneurs are really getting all dressing up.  The month of August alone has seen the launch of two great new dressings. First was the OMD! (Oh My Dressing) launch by Springvale of its new...

  • Portland Jerk Festival 2012

    Portland Jerk Festival 2012

    HAVING SECURED a title sponsor for this year's staging, the annual Portland Best Dressed Chicken Jerk Festival will be held over three days as opposed to the regular one-day event.

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