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“Last year was amazing, we had a very good turnout and people were very pleased, very happy, and this year we’re going to do it even better.”

That is the promise of Dimitri Konidis of Mykonos Greek Restaurant in Ocho Rios. The restaurant has relocated from Main Street and is now at a cooler, more picturesque and spacious location at Fisherman’s Point, with a view of the Ocho Rios pier.

Combining the Mediterranean ambience created by Mykonos with a scenic location, promises an awesome experience.

“Customers can expect the same amazing service, excellent food at this fantastic location. Consistency has always been our main feature here; we always try to be consistent with our product and what we serve,” Konidis said.

In 2011 the most popular dishes at Mykonos were the Coca-Cola ribs and the combination platter. This year, Konidis is promising more exciting additions to the menu.

“This year we’re planning to keep one of the favourites and change things around a bit, to give it an even bigger flair than last year. If last year was good, this year will probably be even better and, God willing, it will be.”

Mykonos is in the Savoury category and will provide a blend of Mediterranean and Jamaican foods that should make a visit to the restaurant well worth it.



Story Time at Bookophilia, Hope Rd, Kgn 6. Tel 978-5248. 11 a.m. – noon. Free!

Scrap It! Kids’ Craft Club at El Centro, Hillcrest Ave, Kgn 6. Tel 927-9884, 588-7385, email: kmbroderick@gmail.com. 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. $1,500 (all materials included). Ages two to 12- years-old. The aim of this class is to get kids to think, improve motor skills and also engage in activities that promote and encourage recycling and reusing of materials.


Hype 2K10 at Independence Park in Black River, St Elizabeth. Featuring Bounty Killer, Mavado, Rick Ross, Sizzla, Vybz Kartel, Elephant Man, Busy Signal, Ken Booth, John Holt, Jah Cure, Peter Metro, Nitty Kutchie, I-Octane, Lady G, Konshens, Lisa Hyper, Delly Ranks, Pamputae and others.


Reggae Aerobics at Afya Yoga Studio, Liguanea, Kgn 6. Tel 977-6735, email:afya@infochan.com. 10:30 a.m. with Kerry-Ann. $900 drop-in. Get fit for Carnival as you bounce to the latest reggae beat with the energetically infectious Kerry-Ann. Burn calories, gain strength and improve your overall flexibility! Wear your sneakers and bring a towel. You won’t work up a sweat unless you have fun doing it!


Colour me Single at Carlos Café, 22 Belmont Rd, New Kgn. Tel 999-7907. 9 p.m. $500 Every Sat night.

Irish Rover’s ‘Let’s Go Dancin’ Soca Oldies Party at Irish Rover Pub, Drax Hall, St Ann. 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Featuring Peter Phillips Disco and the Music Maestro Michael Barnett from Kool 97FM.

Cancun Tequila Sunset, at Reggae Beach, Ocho Rios, St Ann, from 4 p.m. to midnight. Music by Renaissance, Karyzma, Kingston AllStars and DJ Pretty. Adm: $1,000.

Starstruck, The Celebrity Party, at Quad, New Kingston. Admission: $800.

Let’s Go Dancing, Soca Oldies Party, at Ocean’s 11, Fisherman’s Point Road, Ocho Rios, from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Music by Michael Barnett from Kool 97FM and Gladdy Parker from Wild Bunch Disco. Adm: $500

Big Ship Sailing at Brooklyn Car Park, Collie Smith Drive, Arnett Gardens. Music by Staxx, Arif Cooper, Scientist and the Fresh Friday team, Fire Lips, Gary Chung, Rolexx, Jiggy Hunks, Richie Feelings, Ras Shabba and P. Metro.

Orgasm at White Dove Garden, Lowe River, Trelawny.