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4

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Sunday - Saturday: 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 A.M.\nHappy Hour = Monday - Friday: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.\nLate Night Happy Hour = Sunday - Thursday: 9:00 P.M. - Close

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Bahama Breeze is celebrating rum & fun every day in October with Rumtoberfest; including rum cocktails, sipping rums & vacation sweepstakes.
  • Come Experience A Taste Of the Islands!
  • Exclusive Benefits For Island Insiders
  • Join Us For Late Night Happy Hour!
With more than 30 locations nationwide, Bahama Breeze is the restaurant that brings guests the feeling of a Caribbean escape by inviting them to Feed Your Island Spirit® with the food, drink and vibrant atmosphere found in the Caribbean. The restaurant is known for fresh, delicious seafood, distinctive chicken dishes and flame-grilled steaks, accompanied by refreshing, hand-crafted tropical drinks including Legendary Island Cocktails – authentic custom-made drinks sourced from world-famous locales and created with the same techniques and ingredients that made them famous. Popular menu items include Jerk Chicken Pasta, Coconut Shrimp and Center-Cut Filet Mignon, and a daily fresh fish menu, which offers guests the freshest ocean fare available. All Bahama Breeze locations are open for lunch and dinner daily, from 11 a.m. until late, and offer call-ahead seating.
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Bahama Breeze in Las Vegas is one of the many Bahama Breeze restaurants located throughout the United States. It offers the Caribbean s unique blends and combinations of foods, cooking techniques and ideas. Bahama Breeze s island-oriented foods include breadfruit, bananas, oranges, limes, mangoes and rice. Its signature recipes are made with curries and other related spices. Its other distinctive flavorings include ginger, garlic, coconut and rum. Its featured menu options include Cuban black bean soups, Cuban sandwiches, chicken salad, jerk chicken pasta, angel hair pomodoro, seafood linguine, seafood paella, traditional pizzas and key lime pies. The restaurant is operated by Darden Restaurants, which also operates Red Lobster and Olive Garden Italian Restaurant.
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Neighborhood:
The Strip
Categories:
Caribbean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information:

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Caribbean, Latin American

Alcohol: Wine

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

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80sGalPal

Posted: 6/12/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

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Fun place to go with a big group

Yeah the ambiance is kind of cheesy, but the food is GOOD! A fun place to go that's away from the strip when you're in Vegas. The drinks and food are in large portions, I recommend the Seafodd Paella, and save room for desert.

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80sGalPal

Posted: 6/12/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

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Fun place to go with a big group

Yeah the ambiance is kind of cheesy, but the food is GOOD! A fun place to go that's away from the strip when you're in Vegas. The drinks and food are in large portions, I recommend the Seafodd Paella, and save room for desert.

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michelinreview

Posted: 5/21/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

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overhyped eatery with few decent inputs

I visited this eatery late March 2008. I was succumbed by the hype about this interesting restaurant.
I was disappointed to find out the dining system and structure resembled so many typical lower class American restaurant chains like Applebee's and alike.
The food was quite exotic by menu and decided to order an appetizer, main course and dessert.
I was overwhelmed by the quantity of the food, especially with their coconut breaded onionrings that could feed up an entire family. Unfortunately, the taste was not very special and it tasted more bread crumbs and soggy onion. The maincourse was decent but lacked the spices it promised in the menu, a sirloin kebab with various spices did not live up to is reputation. The banana bread in butterscotch, with ice cream and fresh bananas, was the only reason it was an average dining experience. eventhough the bananabread slices were pretty dry and boring, the other dessert compliments surrounding the cake were uplifting.
An overall ok restaurant but overrated by other reviewers and it lacked any really authentic caribbean experience and cuisine.

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michelinreview

Posted: 5/21/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

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overhyped eatery with few decent inputs

I visited this eatery late March 2008. I was succumbed by the hype about this interesting restaurant.
\nI was disappointed to find out the dining system and structure resembled so many typical lower class American restaurant chains like Applebee's and alike.
\nThe food was quite exotic by menu and decided to order an appetizer, main course and dessert.
\nI was overwhelmed by the quantity of the food, especially with their coconut breaded onionrings that could feed up an entire family. Unfortunately, the taste was not very special and it tasted more bread crumbs and soggy onion. The maincourse was decent but lacked the spices it promised in the menu, a sirloin kebab with various spices did not live up to is reputation. The banana bread in butterscotch, with ice cream and fresh bananas, was the only reason it was an average dining experience. eventhough the bananabread slices were pretty dry and boring, the other dessert compliments surrounding the cake were uplifting.
\nAn overall ok restaurant but overrated by other reviewers and it lacked any really authentic caribbean experience and cuisine.

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rver

Posted: 5/25/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

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Great service, great drinks and good food

We've been here several times and the drinks are refreshing and attractive. It is a fun place and the food is good. The chicken wings are large and well seasoned and the chicken flatbread is tasty and great for a meal or an appetizer for 2-4 people. The fish entrees we've had (almond crusted tilapia or salmon) have been fresh and cooked to perfection and are a good meal. Have also had the chicken tortilla soup and would recommend it as a flavorful chock full of goodies treat. Only thing I haven't liked was the rice as it was rather bland.

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rver

Posted: 5/25/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

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Great service, great drinks and good food

We've been here several times and the drinks are refreshing and attractive. It is a fun place and the food is good. The chicken wings are large and well seasoned and the chicken flatbread is tasty and great for a meal or an appetizer for 2-4 people. The fish entrees we've had (almond crusted tilapia or salmon) have been fresh and cooked to perfection and are a good meal. Have also had the chicken tortilla soup and would recommend it as a flavorful chock full of goodies treat. Only thing I haven't liked was the rice as it was rather bland.

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Downtown Steve

Posted: 11/2/2006Provided by Citysearch - 

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Wanna be Bahamma Mamma

On the plus side the atmosphere is fun, staff super friendly, cocktails are good too. The food....decent, not great. The usual watered down for American pallets ""ethnic"" McEatery. If you have been to the Bahamas or Jamacia.....and then come here...you'll know what I mean. Don't bother with jerked anything here.

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Downtown Steve

Posted: 11/2/2006Provided by Citysearch - 

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Wanna be Bahamma Mamma

On the plus side the atmosphere is fun, staff super friendly, cocktails are good too. The food....decent, not great. The usual watered down for American pallets ""ethnic"" McEatery. If you have been to the Bahamas or Jamacia.....and then come here...you'll know what I mean. Don't bother with jerked anything here.

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bcarizona

Posted: 2/27/2006Provided by Citysearch - 

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great drinks

the cuban bread is to die for. drinks expensive but good and fun

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bcarizona

Posted: 2/27/2006Provided by Citysearch - 

Overall
great drinks

the cuban bread is to die for. drinks expensive but good and fun

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375 Hughes Center DrLas VegasNV 89109

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