Have You Visited Bonefish Grill Recently? Share Your Thoughts!
Hey there! If you’ve been to Bonefish Grill lately, they want to know all about it. Whether you loved their food or had some thoughts on their service, this is the place to speak up.
What’s Your Go-To Dish at Bonefish Grill?
Do you have a favorite meal at Bonefish Grill? They’ve got quite a selection – from grilled fish to starters, hand-helds to soups and greens, and even grilled specialties or sautéed and baked dishes. What’s your top pick?
Your Feedback Matters!
Your opinions are super important to Bonefish Grill. They’re working hard to make your experience even better, and your feedback is the key to helping them reach that goal.
How to Take the Bonefish Grill Guest Satisfaction Survey
Ready to share your thoughts? Here’s a simple guide:
- Step 1: Visit the Survey Page
First things first, head over to the survey page. You’ll find the link in the Reference Links section.
- Step 2: Enter Your 18-Digit Survey Code
Grab your receipt and find the 18-digit survey code at the bottom. Type it in on the survey page.
- Step 3: More Survey Sites to Choose From
Guess what? There are a few different Bonefish Grill survey sites you can check out. Here are the links:
- www.bonefishfeedback.com (This one needs the 14-digit survey code and visit time, which you can find at the top right corner of your receipt.)
So, go ahead and share your thoughts with Bonefish Grill. They’re all ears and can’t wait to hear from you!
The Story Behind Bonefish Grill
Let me tell you a cool story about how Bonefish Grill came to be!
A Shared Passion
The folks who started Bonefish Grill really loved two things: fish and adventure. They were super passionate about them.
Creating Something Special
They had a big idea: to create a special place to eat that would be different from the usual. This place would be for folks who didn’t eat fish a lot and wanted to learn more about it. But at the same time, it would also be a bit mysterious and exciting for those who were up for a food adventure.
In other words, they wanted to make fish less mysterious for some people and more mysterious for others. How cool is that?