Lovely Las Vegas: Bahama Breeze


With my dad's cousins visiting from Colorado and Minnesota and stay on Las Vegas Boulevard and us having the little ones in tow, we needed to find kid-friendly dining establishment just off the Strip. With one call to Bahama Breeze, we found the perfect spot. 

For the kids - they were gaga for the huge plate of Mac and cheese and the cute little glass bowl of fruit, which was the only thing in their meal hinting to the Caribbean, hehe. The cheesy noodles were delicious though! 


And apparently all the adults were craving the same sorts of dishes as each other as there were multiple orders of the West Indies Chicken Curry dish (along with multiple happy bellies!): 

 
And multiple orders of the Mahi & Shrimp with Lemongrass Sauce. Look at those lovely veggies!!!


Some of the guys ordered burgers, but I think I was so enthralled by these two dishes I forgot to capture the plates before they were started to be enjoyed! 

We had a great time catching up at this restaurant and definitely feel it was family-friendly while offering some unique and delicious Carribean treats! 

Photos by Jules @ Lovely Las Vegas

Comments

Sonya Ann said…
You will always be one of my top fav bloggers! I love everything to do with Vegas and you were the first person to ever leave a comment on my blog!!!!
You find the most wonderful places. Do you ever revisit some of the 1st restaurants that you visited and found that they have changed?
Dear Sonya: Ahhhh! You are so sweet. Thank you much. I definitely like to revisit favourites and some things do change but sometimes things don't. The biggest thing in Las Vegas is that when you find a little independent gemstone of a place you hope it can thrive. There have been many wonderful mom & pop restaurants with amazing food that haven't lasted long. It is so sad when that happens. I think it is partly because people often stick to the tried and true, and here there are many chains that may detract for the lovely little shops.
Dear Sonya: Ahhhh! You are so sweet. Thank you much. I definitely like to revisit favourites and some things do change but sometimes things don't. The biggest thing in Las Vegas is that when you find a little independent gemstone of a place you hope it can thrive. There have been many wonderful mom & pop restaurants with amazing food that haven't lasted long. It is so sad when that happens. I think it is partly because people often stick to the tried and true, and here there are many chains that may detract for the lovely little shops.

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