No Deep Woods Off required – we’re talking MoJItos here!

After three incredibly successful Mojito Mystique nights during the past year, Breezes by the Bay is doing it again with Mojito Mystique IV – New Orleans Night!  

This Friday from 6 to 9pm for the unbelievably low price of CI$35 you’ll have access to five unlimited Mojito stations, Cajun food, a sampling of their fantastic artisan pizzas, the prime rib carving station and, most importantly, delectable deserts all infused with flavours direct from the Bayou. 

New Orleans has always been revered for its soul food dishes. Now you can close your eyes and be whisked away to the French Quarter courtesy of Breezes by the Bay. Savour the mini Po’ Boy Sandwiches, wrap your lips around spicy skewers, and take a bite out of a N’awlins Burger while washing it all down with custom creations.  

This time you’ll be treated to Cubano, Mango Madness, Very Berry, Artful Infusion and Down By The Bayou Mojitos as you work your way through the stations. Don’t be surprised if you sound more Creole than Caymanian by the time you reach the end. These Mojitos are powerfully good; in that order. Thankfully, there is more than enough food to go around, which will soak up the mint (ahem) nicely. 

 

Heavenly tastes 

If you still have room after the main plates (and even if you haven’t, sacrifice a button) you’ll find a little piece of heaven awaiting you at the dessert display. If you’ve never experienced Beignets (mini-doughnuts dusted with powdered sugar and love) then prepare your tastebuds. The red velvet cupcakes, spicy bread pudding and King Cake can always fit in your second stomach and, as if these weren’t enough, there is still the Dessert Station to come. You may be resembling a Mardi Gras float as you make your way there, but you are no quitter. Bananas Foster and Cherries Jubilee are calling your name. 

If you think that all of the above sounds too good to be true, you are not alone, hence you’ll want to get your tickets early. You may buy them at Jacques Scott locations and, of course, at Breezes by the Bay. Another tip is to get there at 6pm on the nose, or as soon as you can, so you have time to linger. 

Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!) 

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Spicy Mojito – Photo: Vicki Wheaton
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