Tommy Bahama has announced it will begin to strategically reopen its retail and restaurant locations across the country. Starting on May 3rd, Tommy Bahama restaurants at the Woodlands and Legacy West in Texas and Kierland Commons in Arizona will begin to offer take-out service. The retail stores at these locations in Texas will also open on May 3rd with the retail store at Kierland Commons opening later in the month. Two outlet stores in South Carolina and one in Nebraska will also open on May 3rd. All openings will be in accordance with each state’s capacity limit and other health and safety regulations. Additional stores across the country will begin to reopen and services will be expanded when allowed in each state.
Restaurants will offer expanded take-out for some of Tommy Bahama’s favorite menu items like the World-Famous Coconut Shrimp, Blackened Mahi Fish Tacos, Parmesan Crusted Sanibel Chicken and Kona Coffee Crusted Prime Rib, among others. Items can be ordered individually or as “Meal Packages” that come with entrée, salad, warm bread and Tommy Bahama’s signature Key Lime Pie.
Another way to enjoy the Tommy Bahama experience is with the new “Cocktail Kit” — pre-made, batched versions of your favorite island-inspired cocktails including the Mai Tai, Baja Margarita, Grapefruit Basil Martini and Coconut Cloud Martini. Tommy Bahama’s packaged foods will also be available for take-out including the Marlin Bar and Srira-Cha-Cha Snack Mixes, Blackberry Brandy BBQ Sauce, Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette and other sauces, as well as the popular Kona Coffee and Toasted Coconut Coffee.
Doug Wood, CEO of Tommy Bahama said, “We’re excited to start moving toward getting our retail and restaurant locations open and to deliver the best Tommy Bahama experience we can under the current circumstances. The health and safety of our employees, our guests and the community remain our highest priority.”