Get hooked on this casual and never kitschy St. Petersburg seafood chain that has landed on the Atlantic coastline.. In Short You won't find the overdone raw bar nautical theme here. Instead, Bonefish leans liberally on the playbook of its parent company, Outback Steakhouse, to provide earthy yet squeaky-clean décor. Polished hardwood floors. Softly painted walls free of fisherman paraphernalia. Linen tablecloths. You may not even realize that it's a seafood joint until you open the menu. There you'll find clever twists on the fishy like pistachio and parmesan crusted rainbow trout and coconut-battered shrimp.