Rosewood Baha Mar Set to Welcome Back Staff and Guests on March 4
Hundreds of Bahamians are set to return to work at the Rosewood Baha Mar as it plans to reopen on March 4.
Why it matters
Thousands of Bahamians were furloughed at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic as major resorts closed their doors when the country’s border was shut to prevent further spread of the infectious disease.
The resort reopened Grand Hyatt, Baha Mar Casino and a few other restaurants and amenities in December. The Rosewood would be part of its final reopening phase as the hotel welcomes guests back to its resorts.
—Rosewood would reopen with Café Boulud The Bahamas which will offer the glamour of traditional French cuisine combined with the warm hospitality of a neighborhood café in a sophisticated Bahamian setting.
—It will be led by the globally renowned Chef Daniel Boulud.
—The menu will be inspired by Boulud’s four culinary muses – La Tradition, La Saison, La Mer and Le Voyage – in order to create a unique menu that will highlight the seasonality of local Caribbean ingredients.
—Featuring some of the classical French dishes synonymous with Chef Daniel, Café Boulud will also showcase local vegetables and seafood, along with signature dishes like Paupiette of Sea Bass.
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