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Exploring The Edge In NYC: Spur Tree Lounge Part 2

Part 2 of Berette’s Macaulay’s interview with Spur Tree Lounge’s Sean John about what it takes to run a successful Jamaican restaurant in New York City…

Who’s been spotted lately at Spur Tree Lounge…

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Sean Paul and Spur Tree Owner Sean John

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Rootz Underground front man, “Stevie G” and Sandra Bicknell

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Justin Lynch, Berette Macaulay and Anishka Clarke

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Matthew Virtue and Rootz Underground band member,” SCUBI”

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Abi Greene

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  1. […] For more on Spur Tree Restaurant and Sean John see¬†Exploring the edge in New York City Spur Tree Lounge and Part 2 […]

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  3. February 5, 2009 at 11:06 am — Reply

    Evidently too – the #1 Birthday party spot among Jamaicans in NYC and gathering spot for any momentous celebration from OBAMA events to Bob’s birthday! I don’t know if anyone considers having their party anywhere else now – ha!! SPUR TREE!! Dominate di scene!!

  4. Alison
    January 22, 2009 at 10:24 am — Reply

    For Sean to say that “Everything is really good” is not his overstatement or the flattering stretch of a patrons imagination. Spur Tree lounge has personality! Referenshingly, it does not lend itself to the stereotypical/obvious Jamaican expereince but a truthful representation of the Jamaican “Out of Many One” livity.

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