Dinner only. Bonefish features a nice variety of entrees, though seafood and fish are plentiful. Grilled entrees include fish, chicken and steak. There also is pasta, soup and salad, burgers, tacos and numerous seafood appetizers.
Upscale casual. The eatery was packed during our weekend visit.
We enjoyed all three of our entrees, so it was tough to choose a favorite. The chicken marsala ($16.80) featured two large grilled chicken breasts with mushrooms and a tasty Marsala wine sauce. The bang bang tacos ($12.20), with the eatery’s signature shrimp, lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream, were delicious. The Kobe beef burger ($10.90) also was a hit. For dessert, we shared a macadamia nut brownie ($5.90), which featured a flourless brownie with raspberry sauce and vanilla ice cream.
REASON TO GO
Good food at good prices.
Our entrees arrived quickly once we were seated, following a 75-minute wait. Our server was a little flustered as she was handling numerous tables, but others pitched in.
It was somewhat loud, particularly near the bar area and outside as we waited for our tables. We had no problem carrying on dinner conversation once we were seated, though.
For older kids, yes. We’d leave the younger ones at home
11658 U.S. 1, North Palm Beach, 561-799-2965
Hours: Sun., 4-10 p.m.; M-Thurs., 4-10:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 4-11:30 p.m.