Ozi’s Kitchen is a Jamaican delivery pop-up serving oxtails, jerk chicken, and patties made with spicy beef, as well as dishes like the vegan chicken chop suey and a plant-based meal prepared with stir-fried vegetables and fried plantains. Run by Ozi Brown, a Jamaican-born chef with over 15 years of culinary experience, his cooking draws inspiration from his Rastafraian faith and culture, and incorporates vegetarian dishes and halal meals. Check their website for more details.

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