Night life: Bahama Breeze's $2.22 margaritas on national margarita day

  • What a deal: Bahama Breeze in Schaumburg celebrates national margarita day Wednesday, Feb. 22, with $2.22 classic margaritas all day.

    What a deal: Bahama Breeze in Schaumburg celebrates national margarita day Wednesday, Feb. 22, with $2.22 classic margaritas all day. Courtesy of Bahama Breeze

 
 
Posted2/17/2017 6:00 AM

Hairbangers Ball at Austin's Fuel Room

It's your childhood faves all happening in one Hairbangers Ball performance beginning at 10:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17. $8 cover. While you're there, apply for the VIP Rewards card and be the first to know about upcoming shows, as well as earn between 10 percent to 50 percent back through food and drink purchases on the card. Austin's Fuel Room is at 481 Peterson Road, Libertyville. (847) 549-1972 or fuelroom.com.

 

Bahama Breeze's margarita day celebration

Bahama Breeze goes all out for national margarita day Wednesday, Feb. 22, with $2.22 classic margaritas all day. Through April 9, every Monday is margarita Monday with $5 classic margaritas. Also, the restaurant's new Lava Lava 'Rita, featuring layers of mango, lemon and hibiscus, will make its debut soon. Bahama Breeze is at 406 E. Golf Road, Schaumburg. (847) 884-7060 or bahamabreeze.com.

Moretti's drink of the month

Moretti's in Mount Prospect dedicates the February cocktail of the month to the Sugar Island Rum Punch. It's made with Sugar Island Rum Co.'s Coconut Rum, fresh lime and pineapple juices and mango-infused simple syrup, shaken until icy and topped with ginger beer for $5. Moretti's Ristorante and Pizzeria is at 1799 S. Busse Road, Mount Prospect. (847) 593-2200 or morettischicago.com.

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