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Published 2nd Feb 2018

Turtle Bay celebrates Marley Month with special offers

Turtle Bay is marking Bob Marley’s birthday by dedicating the whole month to the reggae legend who was born on 6th February.

The Caribbean restaurant and bar is offering 241 on selected Marley-inspired cocktails in the week leading up to Bob Marley’s birthday. This special offer will be available all day, from 29th January until 6th February, which would have been Marley’s 73rd birthday. The cocktails include ‘Marley Mojito’, ‘Jammin’’, ‘Buffalo Soldier’ and ‘One Love’ – each a tribute to Jamaica’s most celebrated musician.

This offer will be extended over Valentine’s, when, as well as offering a special four-course Valentine’s Menu, Turtle Bay will be hosting a No Woman/Man No Cry promotion for singletons! For all those bachelors and bachelorettes out there, tiring of relentless love hearts as Valentine’s arrives, Turtle Bay are offering a free cocktail to share with a friend, new date or just for themselves! 241 Marley Mojitos and One Love cocktails will be available with a special ‘singles only’ code that they can access via social media from 7-17th February.

Turtle Bay’s rum-based cocktail menu is a blissful tribute to Caribbean drinking – with over 40 rums to choose from. All other cocktails are also 2-4-1 during happy hour every day (12-7pm and 10pm – close) as usual.

“Marley Month” is about more than free cocktails though, as Turtle Bay plan to honour Bob all month long with a range of tributes, all reflecting their commitment to music – a central part of the restaurant’s offer.

Their ‘Reggae 45’ Podcasts with reggae legend, Don Letts, will make a return as part of Marley Month, kicking off with a specialist edition devoted to Bob and featuring interviews with his friends, stories and of course, music. The new podcast is available from 7th February and downloadable from the Turtle Bay website.

New dedicated restaurant playlists will be launched, providing the perfect soundtrack to Marley Month, all played through Turtle Bay’s magnificent, state of the art sound systems. Fans of these carefully curated new playlists can access their favourite Turtle Bay songs on the restaurant’s Spotify page and take a bit of the Turtle Bay vibe with them.

Marley Month runs from 1st February:

• 241 Marley Cocktails: 29th Jan – 6th Feb
• No Woman/Man No Cry 241 Offer: 7th – 17th Feb
• Don Letts’ Bob Marley Podcast: Released Wednesday 7th February and available via Turtle Bay’s website – www.turtlebay.co.uk
• New Spotify Playlists available from Friday, 2nd February

www.turtlebay.co.uk
Twitter: @turtlebayuk
Instagram: @turtlebayuk
Facebook: @TurtleBayRestaurants

 



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