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Bahama Breeze

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(5 Reviews)

11000 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026

(954) 450-6450

Today: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Tomorrow: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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General Info
Bahama Breeze is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in providing Caribbean cuisine and handcrafted tropical drinks. The restaurant provides various appetizers, salads, soups, main courses, side dishes, combinations, beverages and desserts. Its menu includes vine-ripened tomato and basil flatbreads, crab claws, barbecue chicken flatbreads, spinach dips and island chips, island onion rings, Jamaican grilled chicken wings, and chicken and fresh vegetable quesadillas. Bahama Breeze also offers special dishes, such as almond-crusted fresh fish and calypso shrimp linguine. Additionally, the restaurant has a selection of drinks, including the mojito Cubano, ultimate pi a colada and lemon breeze. It provides gift cards for various special occasions, such as weddings, receptions, social events and private parties. Bahama Breeze maintains a branch in Pembroke Pines, Fla.
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Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, debit, discover, master card, visa
Boulevard Square
Caribbean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: No

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

Pets Allowed: No


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Kamryn J.



I love love loveeee bahama breeze its a place were i go often and I usually go there for diner on the weekends usually on saturdays because its the only days that it is easy for me to go the food is amazing the service is pretty good but recently i guess they added music so loud that you cant even hear yourself think and so loud that you have to scream and constantly repeat yourself to your waiter/waitress about what you want and the thing is that ITS NOT EVEN CARRIBEAN TYPE MUSIC. The place is a carribean restaurant its in the name and its a horrible new thing the put i had to move my table 3 times to get father away from the loud music and they had no consideration of the people that wanted to have a peaceful lovely very tasty diner and this is the first time i have ever said i hated going there i loved that place and now they ruined it with the loud god awful idea of putting music I'll advise you if you actually want to have a good diner dont go to bahama breeze on Saturday nights because you will have a horrible time trying enjoy your meal im sad to say but i dont think i will be coming back until they take out that horrible idea of loud music

Kay S.



I had dinner here 11/26/14 and my visit was HORRIBLE. Our server was negligent, and inattentive. She did not get our order correct, did not bring the hot sauce till our guest had finished his meal, the tea until our other guest was 2/3 finished with her meal. The décor was lovely. And the food was very good but this was eclipsed by the terrible service. I complained but got no response. I will NOT be returning.



Another day at the beach...

Having never been to a Bahama Breeze before, this was an interesting treat. Not being a big fan of the island life, this was still an experience for all to have, even if it was just lunch time.

To start with, walking into the place was a sight. You could play baseball inside. Everything was decorated and colorful, and the tropical music enhanced the atmosphere very well. The booths were also large, so you never felt crammed in.

The waitress was very kind and considerate. She apologized when she forgot my Diet Coke as she was walking to the table with a glass of water.

Amid all the pleasantness, some negatives were to be had as well. The menu was not as extensive as I had hoped for. I had the Cuban sandwich, and I was kind of iffy about shelling out $10 for it with a side of some skinny fries. The sandwich was still good though. It also felt like an eternity that the food would get to our table. It was about 12 minutes for my food to arrive, though I also keep in mind that it was lunch time, and I was hungry was all hell.

A shallow menu size and dark water pricing keep this place from being the 5 Star dinner joint everyone has tried once, but you'll forget all about it when you set foot into a rich and elegant atmosphere that only creative thinking could conjure.



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If you can SKIP IT!

Poor new waitress was pregnant, about to burst. It took about 10 minutes after we asked for water for it to arrive. I ordered a drink & it tasted like pineapple juice with no alcohol. I returned it & then the manager came out & spoke very condescending to me about the amount of alcohol & how they would need to charge more if more alcohol was put in. I kept the drink because I felt bad for the waitress. A family sat down at the table next to us & was served by the same waitress, they ate their appetizers & received their meal before we received our meal. The food was not very good at all. The atmosphere was very boring even though we arrived there at 8:10 pm on a saturday night. We left a lot of food & did not want to take it with us, we did not even eat a dessert. Although we were seated instantly, because there was no one there, the food was not enticing at all. The description in the menu's tasted better to my mind than the actual food did.




This is a terrific place for a date night. You really feel like you are in the Bahamas. It is so tropical and fun. THe food is so goo.d