Bonefish Grill has opened a new Fayetteville location at 210 Glensford Drive, across from the Cross Creek Mall. In anticipation of the grand opening and to demonstrate community support, Bonefish Grill held a Charity Night on Saturday, January 11 to benefit USO of North Carolina, the leading organization supporting military servicemen and women in North Carolina. Attendees enjoyed restaurant favorites, refreshing cocktails, and spectacular ambiance and music— all for a great cause—raising more than $9,180 for the organization’s programs.
“Our event with USO North Carolina was the best way for us to make our debut into the Fayetteville community,” says Chris Turlington, managing partner of the new Bonefish Grill location. “We are proud to have been able to help our servicemen and women through our support of this amazing group, and are very excited to now open our doors to the whole community. We look forward to showing off our big-city bar and attentive chef’s coat service.”
The award-winning restaurant’s “Fresh Fish Experts” bring wood-grilled fish, seafood and a selection of chicken and steak options, innovative sauces and indulgent desserts to the Fayetteville community. Coupling great-tasting food with a welcoming bar that features an array of ‘bar-fresh’ cocktails, extensive craft beer selections and an adventurous wine list, Bonefish Grill will excite and delight guests no matter what their mood.
Patrons can expect to dive into a culinary experience, choosing from signature appetizers including Bonefish Grill’s famous Bang Bang Shrimp, PEI Mussels Josephine and eight different species of fish. Should guests select a simply-grilled fish, it is paired with a choice of four signature sauces.
The 5,208-square-foot Fayetteville restaurant features a spacious dining room with an open kitchen and a large, energetic bar area that includes three community tables. The interior’s sleek design features beautiful golden hardwood and hand-blown glass amber lamps throughout the restaurant. An attractive array of three-dimensional art, ranging from large-scale metal sculptures of mangroves and fishing scenes to a large mystical fish rubbing, enhances the ambience felt throughout the
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