Bahama Breeze Celebrates Dress Like A Pirate Day
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, October 30, 2013, 02:00 PM EDT
On Halloween, pirates will take over Bahama Breeze’s main deck, which will be transformed into Pirate Island beach for the occasion.
During the Bergen Town Center Trick--or--Treating, Bahama Breeze Pirates will pass out Trick--or--Treat bags to all children in pirate costumes.
All night, anyone wearing a pirate costume will receive a complementary photo printed on site.
At 9 p.m., the Paramus Pirate, Mayor Richard LaBarbiera, will kick off the adult Pirates’ party with a toast led by Bahama Breeze’s Aruba Red.
All evening, pirates will enjoy happy hour pricing and live entertainment on the beach.
A rum flight station will also be available for guests to taste and learn about the Rumtoberfest selections.
Upon arrival, any pirate wishing to participate in the costume contest will have their picture taken and at the end of the night a winner will be announced and awarded a prize.
Thursday, Oct. 31 3:00 p.m.--Close :
Bahama Breeze Main Deck
1600 Bergen Town Center Paramus, NJ 07652
With more than35 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, Fresh Pan--Seared Salmon Pasta, Baby Back Ribs 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.