We had a wonderful dinner there last evening. I'd never eaten in the Bonefish Grill but had heard that it was a nice restaurant. And it lived up to its reputation.
Lighting was subdued but the menus were still readable (those of us who are middle-aged sometimes have problems when the lighting is too dim), the server was very friendly and answered all of our questions about the menu. We often split the entree, but rather than bringing us an extra plate, she had the kitchen cut a piece of salmon in half, putting a half on each plate, then put one side order (brocolli) on my plate and the other (asparagus) on my companion's plate. She also made up two plates for the sauces (4 to taste) for salmon, which was very thoughtful.
The veggies were beautifully cooked, and the fried oysters delightful. When my companion mentioned how tiny they were (he was used to much larger ones other places in the south), she agreed with him and indicated that feedback like that was very helpful.
All in all it was a very pleasant dinner, and I suspect when faculty and staff return from our winter break, it will become quite popular. Especially since the number of eating places, particularly nice places to eat, is quite limited.
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