Announcing the Grand Opening of Their 2nd Location at Rolling Oaks Mall for Jamaica Jamaica Restaurant
Jamaica Jamaica Cuisine invites San Antonio to join them for the Grand Opening Celebration of their new N.E. location at Rolling Oaks Mall.
The event will include complimentary bites of authentic Jamaican cuisine and Caribbean soul fusions, as well as complimentary drinks, games, prizes and music provided by a local DJ.
The event kicks off with a ribbon cutting at 4 PM, courtesy of The Chamber for the Schertz, Cibolo and Selma area.
Guests are encouraged to get their FREE tickets through Eventbrite, but it’s not required. The restaurant will be open for regular hours (Tuesday – Saturday 11 am – 9 pm, Sunday 12 – 6 pm, closed Monday), so guests are also welcome to stay for dinner at their leisure and enjoy an array of mouth-watering Jamaican dishes, a condensed menu of the original location.
Menu items include: Brown Stew Chicken, Curry Chicken, Stove Top Jerk Chicken, Rasta Pasta (w/ chicken, shrimp or veggies), Veggie Stir-Fry, Mango Scotch Bonnet Wings w/ fries, Jerk Burger w/ Fries, Salad, Jamaican sodas, juices and COMING SOON, a full-bar featuring signature drinks, such as their popular Rum Punch.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be at Rolling Oaks Mall with our new, second location, and introducing authentic yet affordable Jamaican cuisine to our growing San Antonio community. We hope everyone comes out to celebrate with us and try it, especially if they haven’t experienced Jamaican food before,” said Dee Gordon, Co-Owner.
Thursday, January 30, 4-7 PM
Jamaica Jamaica Cuisine
Rolling Oaks Mall – Food Court
6909 N. Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78247
ABOUT JAMAICA JAMAICA CUISINE:
Chef Angello Gordon and Dee Gordon, the owners of Jamaica Jamaica Cuisine, have developed a loyal following over the past decade at their original location at 2026 Austin Hwy., serving traditional Jamaican cuisine and Caribbean soul fusions. The new location at Rolling Oaks Mall opened its doors this past November.
Chef Angello was born in Jamaica and learned to cook from his mom and sisters. He’s been in the kitchen since he was seven years old, where he first learned to make his favorite dish of Brown Stew Chicken. The soul influence comes from Dee, who was born in Georgia.