Restaurant Review: Bonefish Grill

When you walk through our doors, you may notice the chef-coat service or wine display. But Bonefish Grill has left the stuffiness and unpronounceable menu out.  Their polished casual setting helps you relax and celebrate – even if the occasion you’re celebrating is just dinner.

In here, the specials don’t stop at the food. Here, special is the feel of a big city bar that’s not far from home. It’s a wood-burning grill that swaps out boredom and routine for a dinner that opens your eyes. It’s chef-coat service that’s not about being stuffy, but all about knowing what you need. It’s feeling good about the food, the people and the bill each time you walk through the door.

Fueled by their mutual passion for fish and adventure, the founders set out to create a unique dining experience- one that would take the mystery out of fish for people who didn’t eat it very often, and yet provide further mystery for the truly adventurous.

In their search to find fish from the waters of the world, they hunted down fish purveyors with the same commitment to quality as theirs. They hired a responsible fish guy who never stops traveling in search of unique species.

Today, the founders’ ritual of receiving, inspecting and hand cutting fish daily is still practiced by the partners at Bonefish Grill. As is their dogged commitment to quality and excellence at every level.

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Bonefish Grill 5212 Monticello Avenue, Williamsburg, VA
Phone: (757) 229-3474

Hours                                                                                                                                                Monday – Thursday 4 pm to 10 pm                                                                                                       Friday & Saturday 4 pm to 11 pm                                                                                                    Sunday noon to 9 pm

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