**Disclosure: My family was invited to Bonefish Grill to experience their Sunday Brunch at no charge in order to facilitate this post. All opinions expressed here are strictly my own and were not influenced in any way.
There is something special about going to brunch on a Sunday, isn’t there? Growing up, my parents took my sister, brother and myself out to breakfast or brunch every single Sunday and it was always something that the whole family looked forward to. To be honest, I have totally slacked on keeping that tradition alive with my own children, so when I get the chance to indulge in breakfast foods, I take full advantage. So when the opportunity to go to Sunday brunch at Bonefish Grill came up recently, I was excited to try it out. I had never been there and was excited to see what they had to offer.
Brunch at Bonefish is only available on Sundays, but believe me when I say that it will probably be the highlight of your week. Bonefish Grill serves brunch from 10 am until 2 pm every Sunday!
There were so many delicious choices, that I had a really hard time narrowing down what I wanted to order. At first, I was seriously considering ordering the Endless Bubbles Brunch. For just $19.90, you have your choice of an Omelet, a Brunch Favorite, or Eggs Benedict along with an endless supply of Endless Bellinis, Mimosas or Blackberry Sangria. For under $20, that seems like a great deal, right?
In the end, I decided to go with the California Omelette, which was filed with Applewood bacon, cheddar, caramelized onions, and topped with tomatoes and avocado. It was served with toast and au grotin potatoes. It was amazing.
My little man picked something from the kids brunch menu. Kids have their choice of bacon, eggs and toast or pancakes with bacon. He went with the pancakes.
My oldest ordered a cheeseburger from the Minot Menu. They were a little skimpy on the fries, but he said the burger was one of the best ones he’s ever eaten. He eats a lot of cheeseburgers, so that was a huge compliment coming from him!
Chris also went with a burger. He chose the Half-Pound American Kobe Beef Burger, which was served on a toasted brioche bun and came fully dressed with sharp cheddar + special sauce. There was the option to add bacon, avocado or mushrooms, but he opted out of those. Again, they were pretty skimpy on the fries, but Chris wolfed down the burger and said it was phenomenal.
The four of us split a piece of Key Lime Pie with roasted pecan crust for dessert. Key Lime Pie is my favorite pie of all time and the one from Bonefish Grill did not disappoint. It was one of the best I have ever had.
There are a variety of items at Bonefish Grill, so even if you are not a seafood lover, they have you covered. I love that the prices are reasonable (entrees range from $8.50-$12.90 if you don’t order the Endless Bubbles), so you’re able to enjoy a nice Sunday brunch without breaking the bank.
We had such a great afternoon indulging in some truly delicious foods at Bonefish Grill and we are looking forward to going back in the very near future.
My family and I dined at the restaurant located at 2000 Chapel View Blvd in Cranston, RI. You can find your closed Bonefish Grill by checking their restaurant locator.