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Bonefish Grill opens Albany restaurant

Chain restaurant offers fresh seafood, specialty cocktails and Sunday brunch specials

Bonefish Grill, a casual dinning seafood chain restaurant, held a grand opening for its new Capital District location opening on Monday, Oct. 7.

Bonefish Grill, a casual dinning seafood chain restaurant, held a grand opening for its new Capital District location opening on Monday, Oct. 7.

— Seafood lovers will be diving into the area’s first Bonefish Grill, which is aiming to tantalize taste buds in a metropolitan atmosphere.

Bonefish Grill, a casual dinning seafood chain restaurant, held its grand opening on Monday, Oct. 7, after holding a charity event benefiting the Capital District Habitat for Humanity the prior Saturday. That event raised more than $7,800.

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Bonefish Grill features several seafood selections cooked over a wood-burning grill paired with a seasonal vegetable and choice of additional side.

The 5,941 square-foot restaurant located at 59 Wolf Road in Albany features a spacious dining room and a large bar area that includes three community tables. The restaurant has seating capacity for 229 patrons, including 65 in the bar area.

Bob Hillman, managing partner of the local Bonefish Grill, said the charity event was the “perfect” way to welcome the community to the restaurant.

“We look forward to many more opportunities to help support the Capital District,” Hillman said, “and to welcoming the community to the restaurant to show them what we do best … inviting dining and a big-city bar.”

The restaurant, which dubs itself as the “fresh fish experts,” welcomes guests with a sleek hardwood design that features hand-blown glass lamps. There are also art pieces ranging from large metal sculptures of mangroves and fishing scenes to three “mystical fish” rubbings.

Appetizers range from $4 for steamed and seasoned edamame to $12 for Maryland crab cakes. A large portion of the ahi tuna sashimi (sesame seared and served with wasabi and pickled ginger) is $17. The most popular starter is its crispy “bang bang shrimp,” which is tossed in a creamy and spicy sauce.

Fished cooked over a wood-burning grill include gulf grouper, Chilean sea bass, Atlantic salmon, sea scallops and shrimp, rainbow trout, longfin tilapia and cold water lobster. The prices for regular portion sizes range from just over $15 to $28. There are also other non-seafood grilled specialties, along with sautéed and baked choices.

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