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Bonefish Grill’s Lily’s chicken ($16.70) — plated here with steamed asparagus and jasmine rice — is topped with goat cheese, spinach, artichoke hearts and lemon-basil sauce. Bill Jones/22nd Century Media
Bonefish Grill’s smoked old fashioned ($12.90) — come for the smoke show, stay for the drink. Bill Jones/22nd Century Media
Bill Jones, Managing Editor
2:43 am CDT April 19, 2019

Many who made New Year’s resolutions to live a healthier 2019 gave up on that goal long ago. And those still hanging onto hope as March comes to a close are probably dealing with the culinary equivalent of cabin fever.

The routine is starting to get stale, the meal planning tedious and uninspiring. And a night out can be challenging.

Bonefish Grill’s Orland Park managing partner Nick Kapellas gets it.

“There’s not many places you can go and have a nice meal and not have it be a cheat day,” he said.