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Bahama Breeze Island Grille celebrates ‘Rumtoberfest’

Mary Pickels
Rum Raid is Bahama Breeze island Grille’s largest cocktail flight, available for two guests to sample during Rumtoberfest.
Rum and Coke chicken and ribs is a signature Bahama Breeze Island Grille featured during the ongoing Rumtoberfest.

Bahama Breeze Island Grille , with a location in Robinson Township, is inviting guests to enjoy a Caribbean fall “off season,” kicking back like locals before the busy tourist season commences, via its Rumtoberfest.

The ongoing event is dedicated to combining rum and fun with rum-inspired dishes and cocktails, according to a news release.

A special menu features dishes infused with rum and signature rum cocktails. Patrons can enjoy the sounds of island-inspired music while they dine during Rumtoberfest through Oct. 28.

Featured signature menu items include Rum & Coke chicken and ribs, with Bahama Breeze’s signature, housemade rum and Coke sauce, served with griddled mac and cheese, corn on the cob and jicama coleslaw.

Wet your — and a companion’s — whistle with a Rum Raid, the largest cocktail flight the brand has offered, featuring eight different signature rum cocktails. Two thirsty guests need to tackle this flight.

Want to sample a new rum cocktail? Try Pirate Paradise — a blend of Captain Morgan Rum, passion fruit, lime, vanilla and bitters in a take-home glass.

Every Friday during Rumtoberfest, or “Rumbash Friday,” in-restaurant entertainment will be offered, from live music to games, giveaways and fortune tellers, the release adds.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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