Try some new, international flavors from these two cultures with amazing culinary offerings. Persian food, like Persian culture, has been around since the dawn of civilization and incorporates a great range of spices and foods. Jamaican cuisine is also amazingly varied and has incorporated influences from all of the many cultures who’ve been on the island, including indigenous people, the Spanish, Irish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese. Location: St. Mark’s. Course Cost: $100.
Day Two: Persian: Menu: Kuku Sibzamini (saffron and potato fritters); Mast-o-khiar (Persian-style cucumber dip); Nan-e-Barbari (Persian Flatbread); Beef Kofte (meatballs with mint and garlic); Chelo (Persian steamed white rice); and Nan-E-Berenji (rice cookies with poppy seeds).