Bahama Breeze Island Grille celebrates ‘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.
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