The City of Hamilton and island chefs cooked up three nights of entertainment over the weekend at the Taste of Bermuda festival.
The drive-through event, held at the city’s Par-la-Ville car park, offered guests fresh food and cocktails along with music and a series of culinary films ranging from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Chef.
Entry for the event — intended to encourage the public to eat out — was $25 worth of receipts from restaurants in the city.
Jessica Astwood, director of marketing and communications for the City of Hamilton, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled by the turnout for Taste of Bermuda.
“We believe we delivered an exceptional event that people have been eager and waiting for.
“By requesting receipts from Hamilton eateries as entry, the economic stimulus injected for restaurants as well as local chefs was invaluable.”