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Bonefish coming to Short Pump

Trevor Dickerson February 17, 2011 3

Rumors that Bonefish Grill was coming to West Broad Village proved true on Monday when the chain signed a lease with property manager Markel Eagle.

The Tampa, Florida-based seafood restaurants are owned by OSI Restaurant Partners LLC, known for their Outback Steakhouse and Carrabba’s Italian Grill operations.

There are currently 152 Bonefish Grill restaurants in 28 states, the closest of which is on Hull Street Road in Midlothian, the only current Richmond location.

Bonefish joins a growing list of restaurants in West Broad Village, including Kona Grill, Mimi’s Cafe, Ledo’s Pizza, The Wine Loft and the soon-to-open Keegan’s Irish Pub.

The restaurant will occupy a yet-to-be-identified space along Old Brick Road, the community’s “Main Street.”

This article originally appeared on DowntownShortPump.com, an RBS news partner.

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3 Comments »

  1. Kevin Anderson February 17, 2011 at 4:25 pm - Reply

    Congratulations to Eagle on another tenant, they really have taken a dead in the water development and turned it around. No small feat in this economic climate.

  2. Finally! February 18, 2011 at 8:54 am - Reply

    I’ve always thought this restaurant belonged in the Short Pump stretch. Riding 288 to the Midlo location is just a bit too far. Unfortunately, as with all new restaurants in this town, the wait will probably be 3 hours to get in. (See “Cook Out” by Regency Mall)

  3. Lea June 6, 2011 at 12:06 pm - Reply

    Please let this be true! I can taste my Bang-bang shrimp now!

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