Kingston 99 Kitchen


Kingston 99 Kitchen is now open at The Plant in Pittsboro. They embrace an authentic Caribbean dining experience with 100% Jamaican-prepared cuisine, unique food twists, and exceptional customer service.

They take pride in sourcing fresh, local ingredients like peppers from Heartsong Farm and bread from The Bread Shop. Their commitment to the community extends to working with local farmers, and they plan to continue networking with farmers at the Pittsboro Farmers Market and expanding their local ingredient selections in the near future. Popular menu items include pork, oxtail, spring rolls, and vegetarian red pea soup. Their jerk chicken pairs well with drinks from neighbors Chatham Cider Works and bmc brewing.

Kingston hosts a Sunday Brunch Buffet every Sun, 11am-3pm featuring American and Jamaican breakfast, brunch delights, and desserts. The cover charge is $30.

They will be a part of this year’s Sixteenth Annual PepperFest, keeping their doors open for guests to enjoy their authentic Jamaican cuisine.

The Inspiration Behind Kingston 99 Kitchen

Kingston 99 Kitchen is a heartfelt tribute to the owner’s mom, a Jamaican chef who inspired them to bring the warmth of Jamaican flavors to the local community. With a background in hospitality and culinary expertise, the owner, Jason, leads the charge to deliver an unforgettable dining experience. Born and raised in Jamaica, Jason brings his rich cultural heritage and authentic family recipes to your table, sharing the soulful essence of Jamaican cuisine.


Thu-Sun: 11am-8pm