Bonefish Grill Bowie Maryland

Complaint: We got boned at the Bonefish Grill in Crofton (Gambrills) Md. My wife and I went out for a special romantic evening. It was the worst dining experience that I can recall. As we entered we walked through the bar and went up to the two young women at the entrance to the dining room. I said, “there will be two of us for dinner””. One of the “”hostesses”” said

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Address: I think you’ll enjoy it in our bar area. We have some nice high tables (Duh?). My wife hates sitting in the bar area when we go to a nice restaurant but she is timid about expressing herself. I was floored when she said “”that will be OK.”” Not wanting to overrule her we were pointed toward a tiny table in the bar area. There were occupied tables (about 2 1/2′) to either side of us making any type of private or romantic conversation impossible. There were also 2 large screen TVs blaring further emphasizing a bar atmosphere. I don’t care to be bombarded with electrons when trying to have a romantic dinner. If I wanted to go out and watch a ballgame while drinking Jack Daniels with a bunch of drunk guys it would have been OK. I went to use the bathroom and had to walk through the dining room. It was over half empty with some nice 2 – person tables and booths available. I should also mention

Website: were also steered into the bar area for some reason which I can not fathom. To top off the evening

Phone: two couples

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