Bahama Breeze Caribbean Grill
Your island retreat is closer than you think. It’s in the style of citrusy and meaty tropical appetizers, cocktails, and entrees. Simply bring your straw hat and sunglasses then you’ll be ejected to the sandy beach next to steelpan and stick upbeat tunes. Your getaway is your local Bahama Breeze Carribean Grill establishment where you can feel the sun, entertainment, and distinctive fresh and light cultural nibbles. Bahama Breeze is known for its island flair bringing a balanced West Indian fusion from the traditional Latin dishes along with Taino foods. Bahama Breeze is a popular chain with carefully selected locations that continues to surprise with it’s nonstop celebrating. Year-round, the restaurant and team, are engaging in festivities surrounding the spirit of the season like their homage to margaritas during Viva la Rita next the Reggae Fest takes place, then Taste of Jamaica fest happens in the Summer and when Fall arrives Rumtober is in full effect. Talk about a full calendar of events! During the warm weather, you’ll enter the jubilant restaurant that’s reminiscent of a hut (in my opinion – only much more spacious) and discover a steel drum performance or a live vocal band. The live music is a sweet surprise, but the playlist alone is a toe-tapper, nay table karaoke as you listen and sing-along with your party to Sister Nancy, Bob Marley, Wyclef Jean, plus other legendary Caribbean artists.
The Kennesaw location has an airy solarium fashion seating area with a stone fire pit you can sit around and removable windows enclosing the space so you can catch a nice draft when the windows are dismantled. The name Bahama Breeze is sure fitting with this sort of comfort. If you’re not awed by the in-door accommodation, live calypso music, or reggae playlist the open bar and its extravagant drinks are sure to take your breath away. The well-dressed beverages may include a crazy straw, skewers full of fruit, an umbrella, or beautiful, tall glass or even served in a coconut or pineapple fruit. It doesn’t get more fiesta than a cocktail presented in real fruit.
Bahama Breeze Viva la Rita Celebration
As for my encounter, I savored Viva La Rita considering the extraordinary, temporary lineup of foods and drinks. Viva la Rita is a seven-week in-restaurant event that introduces the following:
Two new margaritas – The Mighty Blood Orange Margarita and Pina Paradise
A brand new Caribbean dish – Jibaritos: Buttermilk Chicken Jibaritos and Cuban Style Jibaritos
The brand new Coconut Grande for dessert
The seafood was the fresh beyond my imagination, and the drinks were highbrow tropical style. It was hard to pass on the staple Jerk chicken pasta, but I enjoyed my chipotle salmon that was likely caught from the sea just a few hours before, that’s probably not true, but I’m just saying my salmon was that fresh.
If you’re straying from Viva la Rita and poking around for a feel-good and taste good serving the Taste of Jamaica is a best-seller. The entrée is a sampler dish encompassing homemade, indigenous foods like leafy vegetables, beef patties, just to name a few. The craftiest and mainstay drink is the mojito made with fresh sugarcane juice called guarapo. The lime is muddled, and sugarcane is added, rum and mint then it’s topped with club soda. Following this favorite is the Bahamarita the main attraction hence its name and has claimed the peoples choice title for years. Join the celebration and getaway to your island adventure without breaking the bank. I suggest partaking in Viva la Rita before its end on April 9th. If you can’t make it Bahama Breeze is a perfect host for GNO, dads and grads, moms, and retirees. There’s just no excuse not to try this exquisite eatery for your special (or casual) occasion. The foods are a social hit, and it’s the ideal time to get your sun, sips, and seafood. See you at the Bahama Breeze shore this Spring and Summer!
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