A local at the Cincinnati airport suggested Bonefish as a conveniently-located fastfood alternative. A fish-skeleton logo adorned its standard shopping-strip spot, but the interior was surprisingly upscale. We sat in the bar and were immediately greeted by a friendly server dressed in a chef's coat. After ordering off a fairly substantial wine list, we decided to sample appetizers. Most items were fried, but there were a few "clean food" options. The ceviche was bland but palatable. The fish tacos were tasty, but could've used a little cabbage for crunch or cayenne for kick. Overall, however, the atmosphere was enough to leave us feeling satisfied with our experience.
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