Review: Kingston 11

1620 Shattuck Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94709
(510) 214-2311

Jamaican-born and self-taught chef Nigel Jones graces his dinner guests with a delicious mix of Jamaican and Caribbean cuisine at his weekly pop-up, Kingston 11, located at Berkeley’s Guerilla Café (from $11 per entree). You’ll often find the place rocking with live music and buzzing with beautiful people too.

Visit Kingston 11’s Facebook page for event details and to make reservations.

Read about more pop-up restaurants in the Bay Area.

Take BART to the Downtown Berkeley station. Walk to Shattuck Avenue.

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