Bull bay in the press
We couldn't be prouder to be part of the Wilmington, Delaware community! We will use the space below to share information relating to Bull Bay in the press.
"At Bull Bay, Flavorful Jamaican Food in an Upscale Setting"
"On the corner of Ninth and Orange streets in Wilmington, there lies an oasis noticeable only by its bright yellow awnings: Bull Bay Caribbean Cuisine, an island retreat with blue skies, sandy beaches and tiny umbrellas in bright blue cocktails..."
"Bull Bay Caribbean Cuisine selling Jamaica to the world!"
"Bull Bay Caribbean Cuisine Inc. has been opened for less than five months, and yet the upscale restaurant located in Wilmington, Delaware in the U.S.- where Jamaica’s reggae legend Bob Marley once called home with his mother Cedella Booker – is carving out a niche as a must visit eatery for tasty Jamaican/Caribbean food..."
"A new restaurant, Bull Bay Caribbean Cuisine, opened in Wilmington last month at 900 N. Orange St. Jamaican cuisine and culture influence the restaurant’s dishes, which includes jerk chicken, coconut rice and shrimp and grits. The drink menu includes a full bar, beer, wine, and a variety of house-made specialty cocktails..."
Young Guru — Corner Store Conversations Hosted by King Dom
For the very first episode of "Corner Store Conversations," hosted By Dominick "King Dom" Draper, we get valuable insight from legendary audio engineer, record producer, disc jockey, record executive and Wilmington native, Young Guru. If you don't know who this young talent is, you should. He was featured on the Wall Street Journal in an article titled "Young Guru Is the Most Influential Man in Hip-Hop You’ve Never Heard Of." What we find special about this project is the powerful team of talent that came together to make this happen. Filming by Jet Phynx, writer and host Dominick "King Dom" Draper, Brent Ferguson from Hinder Media and more.
"Hockaday pairs Caribbean food and live music at Bull Bay in Wilmington"
"The experience of a well-cooked meal and live music is a harmony for the senses which is why they often are paired together. One of Wilmington’s newest restaurants is banking on that combination and one of Delaware’s most well-known local rappers..."