Dining Events: Bahama Breeze Adds Menu Items, Live Bands for Reggae Fest

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Dining Events: Bahama Breeze Adds Menu Items, Live Bands for Reggae Fest


Byline: Sara Hooker shooker@dailyherald.com

Reggae Fest at Bahama Breeze

Live bands, authentic Jamaican food and a new Caribbean-inspired cocktail. They're all on tap starting Saturday, July 1, during Bahama Breeze's Reggae Fest. Every Saturday during summer, Bahama Breeze will host live reggae bands. Satisfy your hunger with the special "Taste of Jamaica" plate, offering jerk pork, jerk chicken, beef empanadas, rice 'n' beans, callaloo and sweet plantains. Top it off with the new Jama "Can" Punch featuring Captain Morgan, Myers's Dark Rum, pineapple and lime juice and Angostura bitters served in a limited-edition tin can. Bahama Breeze is at 406 E. Golf Road, Schaumburg. (847) 884-7060 or bahamabreeze.com/home.

Retro Bistro's anniversary menu

Retro Bistro celebrates its first anniversary in Crystal Lake and 27th year in Mount Prospect with a three-course prix fixe menu for $27. Menu items include but are not limited to grilled Pacific calamari steak and French herbal goat cheese salad, entrees of pork tenderloin au poivre and grilled wild Pacific salmon, and desserts of creme brulee and flourless chocolate ganache cake. Available Friday and Saturday, June 30 and July 1. Retro Bistro has locations at 83 N. Williams St., Crystal Lake, (815) 893-4465, and 1746 W. …

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