The biggest challenge in finding good seafood in the center of the country is the distribution channel - how was it handled and how much time passed between when it was caught and when it was served on a plate. It's hit or miss and so goes our experience at the Bonefish Grill. The restaurant itself was pleasant and quite crowded. Our waitress was a character, very entertaining, and provided good service. Prices were reasonable. I ordered their Crab Cakes and they were just OK - if you have had Crab Cakes in the Baltimore/DC area, you would have been very disappointed. One member of our party ordered the Orange Roughy and it was good, but perhaps a little overcooked. My wife ordered the Chilean Sea Bass and it was exceptional. As in all seafood restaurants, if you could get an honest answer to the question: what's freshest, the chances of getting a good meal could be greatly enhanced. As it was, it's a roll of the dice.