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Monday, July 9, 2007

Go fish

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Bonefish Grill, the new chain seafood restaurant, will open Saturday, July 14, in Pleasant Ridge Town Center with a benefit for Easter Seals. $25 a head for appetizers, drinks and a main course tasting.

Details on the jump.


Bonefish Grill is celebrating the opening of its newest location in Little Rock with a fundraising event to benefit Easter Seals Arkansas.

The Charity event will be held on July14, 2007, from 6-8:30 p.m. at Bonefish Grill located in the Pleasant Ridge Town Center.  A $25 donation per person includes complementary drinks, appetizers and a main course tasting with all proceeds benefiting Easter Seals.

“We are so pleased to team up with Bonefish Grill.  We’re looking forward to the opportunity to spread the word about Easter Seals while everyone enjoys the new restaurant,” says Sharon Moone-Jochums, President and CEO of Easter Seals Arkansas.

“We are looking forward to hosting our Charity Night with Easter Seals, “ said Chris Parker, partner of Bonefish Gill.  “This is such a wonderful way to introduce both the restaurant and our commitment to the Central Arkansas community."

Bonefish Grill offers a selection of fresh fish every day.  The polished casual seafood restaurant is appealing to those who crave high quality cuisine in a comfortable, lively atmosphere at a good value.

Bonefish Grill specializes in market fresh fish grilled over an oak-burning grill with a tantalizing array of sauces and original toppings. Founded in St. Petersburg, Florida, the Bonefish Grill dining experience originated upon the premise of simplicity and consistency.  Dinner is served seven days a week and for more information visit www.bonefishgrill.com.

Easter Seals mission is to provide exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.  For more information, visit www.ar.easterseals.com

To reserve tickets, contact Easter Seals at 501-227-3712.




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