Upon entering the Rose Hall Estate, the journey up to the White Witch Club House is an impressive one, a winding road climbing higher and higher still, leading guests to the memorable vision of a venue washed in tones of red and orange, an early indication of the revelry in store as Vivica A. Fox celebrated her birthday in Jamaica’s second city. Montego Bay played host to the American actress and producer, with a private cocktail reception for the Kill Bill star who landed on Thursday, July 30th at the All Inclusive Hyatt Ziva at Rose Hall.
The intimate affair which provided Vivica the opportunity to celebrate with her family and friends was thoroughly enjoyed by all as the event which was slated to end at 9pm did not conclude until minutes to 11pm. Dancing up a storm, Vivica and guests cha-cha’d their way pass the sushi bar, carving station and sinful amounts of cake which fueled their moves for the night.
“Waking up in paradise in Montego Bay Jamaica is priceless!” exclaimed Fox who was flanked by her ultra glamorous entourage on the second night of her trip. The Tavern at White Witch came alive as guests made their way inside for an indulgent dinner featuring a six course meal accompanied by the vocal talents of singers Dwane Antonio and A’lisa.
The culinary expertise of internationally acclaimed Chef Collin Brown stood at the helm of the night’s offerings, commenting “we are just spoiled with the most rich, healthy, unique, exotically scrumptious ingredients, everything is just divine, this makes cooking simpler, and you just need to know how to balance flavors.”
Chef Brown raised intrigue early on with the presentation of his first dish, sweet potato vichyssoise, a soup traditionally served cold. A surprising effect was had on Jamaican palettes accustomed to warmer varieties and raised anticipations met with a whimsical spin on traditional fare. Dishes such as Petit Jamaican Jerk Beef Wellington and Chicken Roulade, a dish infused with susumber and annatto coconut rundown topped with Dom Perignon Champagne were accompanied by lighter servings of Salmon Ceviche and Corn Brulee served with fruit tartlets.
An appearance by Miss Kitty to dine and celebrate with Vivica resulted in glasses being raised in response to accolades made by the Jamaican personality to Fox, the night’s celebrant. Sparkling champagne and the presentation of a Forever Sweets signature cake by local fashion designer, Neahlis, marked the end of an enchanting meal as impeccably dressed servers who ensured that glasses remained full and plates replenished, cleared the final round of plates as good food made way for an even grander time at Fox’s exclusive after party at the White Witch Club House.
Vivica A. Fox got up and got down to the night’s musical stylings by Elite Media Concepts, showing off her dance moves with guests !” Jamaican classics such as Buju Banton’s Bogle and Shabba Rank’s Trailor Load permeated the air. Limbo bars and congo lines kept guests on their feet as the celebratory mood bubbled through Vivica as more guests made their way to the dance floor, including Miss Kitty who later remarked “I had a blast dancing the night away with this simply amazing woman!”
OCEAN Style Travel, an extension of OCEAN Style, offers you curated vacation experiences through knowledge, experience and a shared passion for the Caribbean. This unique opportunity to celebrate with Vivica A. Fox and her closest family and friends in Jamaica was part of a special OCEAN Style Travel weekend package tailored to meet the needs of clients and guests. Visit oceanstyletravel.com to find out more.