Bonefish Bar & Grill is a restaurant located in the Royal Naval Dockyard, a short walk from cruise pier. The indoor seating is limited. However there is also an outdoor seating area on a large patio with wonderful views of the Great Sound water area. You can also see the cruise ships docked at the wharfs of dockyard. There is also a covered patio on the side facing the road where too you can dine alfresco.
The restaurant specializes on seafood and fresh fish items, as well as on Mediterranean dishes. Italian Chef Livio Ferigo is the owner and brings in his deep experience of having worked in renowned restaurants in Italy. Livio is very friendly and likes to meet up the diners.
So if you like to chat with him and understand some of the secrets behind his preparations, ask for him and he will be glad to personally meet you.
While this restaurant focuses on seafood specialties, they also serve great steaks, different types of homemade pastas, smoked ribs and lot more.
The restaurant also offers sandwiches, subs and burgers of different types, nacho platter, fish & chips, jerk chicken etc. There is a bar area. You also get draft beer here.
Usually there is a live musical entertainment in the evenings on some days of the week in high season (when cruise ships are docking) like DJs, or local talents playing Spanish Guitar, Salsa etc.
They are open all 7 days.
Lunch 11.30am to 5.00pm, Dinner 5.30pm to 10.30pm. Bar is open from 11:30am to 3am.
They accept credit cards.
Location and Contact
6 Dockyard Terrace, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandy’s Parish, Bermuda
Located near the Dockyard Ferry Terminal. This is the nearest restaurant to the cruise berths and a short walk away.
You can reach by Bus #7 or 8, or by Ferry from City of Hamilton.
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