This New Year’s Eve, you don’t have to board a plane to kick-off 2018 in an island state of mind. To ring in the new year, Bahama Breeze restaurants nationwide will be offering specials on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Bahama Breeze’s New Year’s Eve Junkanoo Jam

Guests can enjoy a Caribbean-inspired New Year’s Eve Junkanoo celebration featuring live music and giveaways while sippin’ on Legendary Island Cocktails starting at $2.18 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The Legendary Island Cocktail menu with drinks starting at $2.18 includes the following: Gombay Smash, Painkiller, Yuka Hula Hickey Dula, Zombie and Dark ‘N Stormy.

Bahama Breeze’s New Year’s Day Recovery (offer available only on Jan. 1, 2018)

Come recover in the islands with Bahama Breeze and sip on the “What a Bloody Mary” – an island-twist to the traditional hangover cure – starting at $7.99 all dayexclusive offer, only available on January 1, 2018.

Bloody Mary recipe curated by Bahama Breeze Executive Chef Peter Olsacher

*Cure your hangover with an island-twist on a traditional “recovery” cocktail.


• 1 celery stock
• 1 sugarcane stick
• 2 cocktail shrimp, cooked
• 1 cherry tomato
• 2 lemon wedges
• 1 ½ cups of ice
• 4 ½ oz. tomato juice mix
• 1 ½ oz. Bacardi Rum


• First, squeeze one lemon wedge into the shaker … then toss it right in!
• Next, add the tomato juice mix, rum and a half cup of ice.
• Cover the shaker, and shake, shake, shake, until all the ingredients are combined.
• Fill your serving glass with ice.
• Pour the mixture from the shaker into the glass.
• Dress up your cocktail by topping with celery stalk, sugarcane and lemon wedges. Add two shrimp and the cherry tomato to a small skewer, and place it on top.
• Add the final touch: A cocktail umbrella!
• Enjoy your recovery … island-style!

Recipe serves one.

I’ll be with my family at Bahama Breeze on New Year’s Day…will you be starting off the new year in an island state of mind.

This is a sponsored conversation with Bahama Breeze. However, all opinions are my own.