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Bonefish Grill Restaurant Review: Approaching seafood from a fresh and seasonal perspective, this outpost of Bonefish Grill was the first Atlanta unit of a St. Petersburg, Florida-founded operation. The large, sleekly designed interior embellished with hardwoods and hand-blown glass lamps makes an attractive background for rather good three-dimensional art. Not-to-be-missed dishes include the Bang Bang Shrimp, featuring wild Gulf shrimp in a tangy sauce. First-rate crab cakes (for an appetizer or main) rely on the singular flavor of lump crab. Scallops are also a good choice. Grilled fish may be ordered in any one of a number of ways, but the lemon butter sauce seems to respect the fine flavor of the fish better than any other, although Pan-Asian would work well on some of the selections. Pork chops, chicken and steak are available for those who abjure fruits of the sea. For dessert, opt for one of the generously portioned pies. The wine list is serviceable and modestly priced, if not exciting. Other locations.