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Bonefish Grill serves up ‘OMG’ 4-course dinner this month

Mary Pickels
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Bonefish Grill restaurants are offering a $49 OMG (ocean mixed grill) dinner for two through Sept. 30.

Through Sept. 30, Bonefish Grill fish experts are offering seafood pairings in what are termed OMG (ocean mixed grill) four-course meals for two, whether date night, girls’ night, or any duo night.

The dinners, $49 each, include a Bang Bang Shrimp starter, two salads (house or Caesar), three side dishes, including potatoes au gratin, crispy Brussels sprouts and a seasonable vegetable, choice of entrees from four wood-grilled seafood selections — fresh wood-grilled Atlantic salmon, Caribbean cobia, shrimp and scallop skewer and local restaurants’ Neighborhood Catch, which is locally curated, according to a news release.

Pittsburgh area locations include McCandless, Upper St. Clair and Robinson.

Details: bonefishgrill.com

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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