Saturday, November 1, 2008

Bonefish Grill

We got a call from some of our very special friends asking us to meet them at their newly found favorite weekday restaurant. We jumped at the idea!

Bonefish Grill is located about thirty minutes from our house so the ride made us feel that we were traveling to an out of town experience.

According to the story, the first Bonefish Grill opened in St. Petersburg, FL on January 15, 2000 and has generated growth in the Southeast and Northeastern Coasts. Currently it is experiencing new growth throughout the United States. The owners have a passion for quality fish and are dedicated to hunting down and supplying the very best.

Our starter was "Bang Bang Shrimp". $8.50
Tender, crispy shrimp tossed in a creamy, spicy sauce and served on a bed of greens. I would have been perfectly satisfied to have this as my main course. It was fantastic!

Three of us chose the "Imperial Longfin". $17.90

It is described as a royal delicacy that is pan-seared, baked and stuffed with shrimp, scallops and crab meat. That is so true. It is absolutely delicious!

C chose the nightly special, a combination of fish, which featured swordfish. She enjoyed it, but would have preferred a milder, more delicate fish to replace the swordfish.

The experience was worth the thirty minute drive and we certainly plan to return to try other options on the menu.

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