Atlanta >Food & Dining > Boneheads
265 18th St NW, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3036333.792631 -84.397402
Neighborhoods: Home Park, Northeast, Northeast
Island-style dining goes cheap and tropical with this Caribbean chain restaurant. – In Short
Developed by the same good folks who brought us Doc Greens and the Flying Biscuit, it's no surprise that when Raving Brands decided to get all tropical in the kitchen, the results would be promising. With splashes of bright colors on the walls and the roma of Mahi Mahi from the grill, Boneheads does what it can to unload island dining for the masses. Tacos are fluffy with a slaw crunch, while tilapia, salmon and grouper entrees sprinkle a delightfully Caribbean menu. Comparable to its sister restaurants, Boneheads is an affordable guilty pleasure, fast-food-fish that you actually want to eat.
Decent, healthy choice – Have eaten here many times. The calamari and assorted fish tacos are good. Sweet tea is made properly and tastes good. The portions in general are small, considering the price of meals. Once, two people in my party who got the yogurt sauce on their fish suffered intestinal distress. This particular location seems to have harried staff who aren't the most courteous (compared with the Perimeter and Buckhead locations of Bonehead's). The a/c always seems to be out or not cooling enough. I like the Bonehead's concept, but this particular location has some kinks to work out.
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