Dardens' Restaurant, Bahama Breeze Launches Online Treasure Hunt

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Virtual treasure hunters can win a trip to the Bahamas in National “Message in a Bottle” Contest.

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Bahama Breeze, the casual dining restaurant that brings you the feeling of a Caribbean escape, is launching an online “Message in a Bottle” treasure hunt at http://www.bahamabreeze.com/messagebottle, starting March 13th.

Here’s how it works: Register online to answer six questions that will be posted on the Bahama Breeze Web site from March 13th through March 29th. With each correct answer you receive a compelling “message in a bottle” clue that ultimately will help you solve an island-inspired mystery. Once you solve it, you’ll be entered into the official drawing to win the treasure.

The Treasure Chest

One grand prize winner will receive a four day, three-night trip for two, to the Bahamas

10 winners will receive dinner at Bahama Breeze every week for a year (a $1300 gift card)

50 winners will receive $50 Bahama Breeze gift cards

To qualify for the prize drawing, you must solve the mystery and register to win between 12:01 a.m. (ET) on March 29 and 11:50 p.m. (ET) on April 2, 2006. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on or about April 17, 2006. No purchase is necessary and participants must be a legal continental U.S. resident, 21 years of age or older to enter. Official rules are available online.

With 32 locations nationwide, Bahama Breeze offers the food, drink and atmosphere you would find in the islands. The menu offers all your favorites -- seafood, chicken and steak -- with the flavorful and colorful ingredients of the Caribbean. Recently introduced new menu items include Breeze Wood-Grilled Chicken Breast, moist and tender with citrus butter sauce; Lobster and Shrimp Pasta, with sweet Caribbean lobster and shrimp in every bite; Almond-Crusted Fresh Fish with lemon butter sauce; and Grilled Chicken Tostada, sliced wood-grilled chicken over crisp flour tortillas with three melted cheeses, field greens and avocado. Entrée prices range from about $8 to $22, with most in the mid-teens. Appetizers and desserts range from $5 to $10.

Bahama Breeze has won numerous culinary awards, including “Excellent” Zagat ratings and Caribbean Culinary Federation competition first-place awards. For more information about Bahama Breeze, visit http://www.bahamabreeze.com/messagebottle.

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