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876 Legends

Thursday, March 02, 2017    

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The ongoing development of Fairview has brought with it new life to the city of Montego Bay. This chic business and shopping space has a seamless blend of financial institutions, entertainment spots, retail and boutique stores and eateries.

One element of that blend is 876 Legends, a lounge positioned for lovers of sports, good food and entertainment.

“We wanted to carve out an ultimate chill spot especially for young professionals, somewhere to relax and unwind after work and still be that place that has offerings for great entertainment on the weekend. Whether it’s to catch your favourite sports team or to have a party experience and of course to have some good food and fun thrown in the mix,” explained St Aubyn Clarke, general manager, 876 Legends.

“We are big on sports, food and entertainment. we have a daily Jamaican-themed lunch buffet which offers stout pork, spicy barbecue chicken, curry goat, fish (steamed, fried, escoveitch) and other specials for the day. We also serve breakfast all day, which is a big hit for us, and hot and cold coffee drinks.


“On the entertainment side we have Jamaica Night on Fridays, Carnival or Mute (Silent Party) on Saturdays and Retro on Sundays and of course, sports right throughout,” Clarke explained further.

A pleasant surprise for Thursday Food was the discovery of chef de cuisine Kerie-Ann Smith who we first met during a judging competition at MoBay Jerk Fest, where she bowled us over with her sauces. Once again, those sauces have us asking for the secret!

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