This Caribbean-style eatery mimics an island getaway, with its villa-like white facade, tin roof, dark wood and wicker furniture, and palm trees. Huge helpings of coconut-breaded Island onion rings will help soak up oversize frozen cocktails like the Bahama Ritas and Mojito Cubanos. But entrées give Bahama Breeze its signature island-dining appeal: Jumbo sea scallops are pan-seared with lemon-cilantro pesto, asparagus and pasta; Jamaican grilled chicken breast is paired with cinnamon yam mash, roasted squash and Cuban black beans.
This is a great restaurant! The food is Spectacular and you really feel like you are on an island. To top everything else off there is usually live island music playing outside where you can also eat. The plantains are so sweet and delicious and would compliment any meal. This Restaurant is the best and very affordable! Fine dining for the right price. Posted by Daiya: Feb. February 3rd, 2012 at 2:24 AM