September 21, 2014
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New restaurant
Bonefish opens Cranston location
WELCOME BONEFISH GRILLE: Bonefish Grille officially unveiled their new restaurant, located at 2000 Chapel View Blvd. in Cranston with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 12 with Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and other local dignitaries. Following the ribbon cutting, a fundraiser benefiting The Groden Network took place as guests were invited to sample food specialties and cocktails with 100 percent of the proceeds from ticket sales benefiting The Groden Network. Pictured from left is Darien Kapture, Melany Oliveira, Rep. Peter Palumbo, Ward 2 Councilman Don Botts, Managing Partner Bryan Schosker, Mayor Allan Fung, Joint Venture Partner Michael Dearing, Groden Center CEO Helen Morcos, Groden Director of Government Affairs and Marketing Lee Beliveau and Bonefish Grille servers Elizabeth Leighton and Christopher LaColley.

When Bonefish Grille opened in Chapel View this past weekend, they kept their opening tradition of raising funds for a worthy non-profit. The Cranston location’s benefactor of the funds raised was the Groden Center, which enhances the lives of children and youth with autism, behavioral disorders and developmental disabilities, and their families. They foster greater independence and inclusion.


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