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Sweetfingers Jamaican Restaurant

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Traditional Jamaican patties, jerk chicken, goat curry, and fish sandwiches crafted by a Kingston-born chef

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Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for lunch only, 11am-2pm. Not valid for happy hour specials. Not valid until March 15th. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$12.99 for a Jamaican lunch for two (up to a $25.98 value)
$24.99 for a Jamaican lunch for four (up to a $51.96 value)<p>

  • One appetizer per pair (up to a $4 value)
  • One entree per person (up to a $8.99 value each)
  • One soda per person (a $2 value each) <p>

Sweet Fingers serves lunch daily from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting Friday, March 15. During the inaugural lunch, a guest DJ will spin tunes and the eatery will host a giveaway for reggae-concert tickets. On that day and any other, ring in the afternoon with an order of soup or Jamaican beef patties before digging into entrees such as Chef Clive’s signature jerk chicken with rice, beans, and Jamaican-style coleslaw. See the full lunch menu.<p>

Sweet Fingers

Chef Clive opened Sweet Fingers as an homage to his grandmother, Aunt Lu, who taught him about food, hospitality, and perseverance. He spent his early years in Jamaica learning recipes and life lessons in her kitchen after she took over her husband's fruit-selling business following his death. Building on that robust culinary education and inspired start, Clive moved to New York City at age 18 and went on to graduate from culinary school.

Eventually he worked his way up to the role of supervising chef during a 10-year career at the Marriott hotel. But his career’s turning point came in 2003, when he relocated to California and met the woman who would become his wife. That’s when the pair founded Sweet Fingers, giving locals a bar and eatery that now shines a light on Aunt Lu's recipes and the love she taught Clive to cook with.

By all accounts, Chef Clive has done his grandmother proud. Matthew Stafford of the East Bay Express praised the "juicy" jerk chicken and "creamy" fried plantains, adding that "the escovitch-style snapper, curry goat, brown stew chicken, and braised oxtail are uniformly rich, spiky, and tantalizing." Inside, the yellow and royal blue walls boast Jamaican flags and pictures of the island, and the bar serves a large assortment of cocktailsthat are no less colorful. Patrons also flock to the cozy spot for entertainment that includes live reggae, as well as open-mic nights filled with poetry and music, which often consists of impromptu compositions about intense feelings for the food.


  • “This is one of the best restaurants in San Leandro by far and one of the only straight Jamaican places that aren't Carribean fusion...this place is home cookin and...”

    “This is one of the best restaurants in San Leandro by far and one of the only straight Jamaican places that aren't Carribean fusion...this place is home cookin and always inviting....love love love love SweetFingers...can't say enough good tings about it mon!!! :)”

  • “Food taste good, big portion, reasonable price”

  • “sweet staff”

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    Sweetfingers Jamaican Restaurant

    464 E 14th St.

    San Leandro, CA 94577


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