Guests will enjoy signature dishes and drinks at the new venue, located at 660 W. Big Beaver Road, just west of I-75, which will open to the public Monday, January 13. All proceeds from the event will support North Woodward Community Foundation’s efforts to invest in citizen driven initiatives to enhance the quality of life in the communities they serve.
“We are very excited to open our restaurant to the supporters of the North Woodward Community Foundation,” said Jared Kirkman, managing partner of the new Bonefish Grill location. “The Bonefish Grill team's partnership with the North Woodward Community Foundation, an organization deeply rooted in Troy and its surrounding area, is a first step toward building a foundation of goodwill and fostering local relationships.”
Guests will sample Bonefish Grill’s house specialties including a variety of market-fresh fish and signature sauces, like the crowd pleasing Atlantic Salmon with Mango Salsa, and delicious appetizers like Bang Bang Shrimp®, Ahi Tuna Sashimi, PEI Mussels Josephine, and “American Style” Kobe Beef Burgers. Libations will include specialty martinis and cocktails, as well as samplings from the restaurant’s adventurous wine list.
Tickets for this special charity premiere are $35 per person. Please call (248) 740-7600 or visit North Woodward Community Foundation online.
ABOUT THE NORTH WOODWARD COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Not all Community Foundations are created equal. Community Foundations can differ from one another a great deal. We, at the North Woodward Community Foundation, have dedicated our efforts to investing in citizen driven initiatives to enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve, through philanthropy. Our “hands-on” philosophy is concentrated on, but not limited to, three specific areas: children and childhood hunger, human services and the promotion of programs to aid our senior citizen population. We actively seek and initiate partnerships that promote our mission and vision. The North Woodward Community Foundation is governed by a board of directors, a set of local leaders whose concerns, roles and demographic mix, broadly represent the population of the communities the Foundation serves. The Foundation manages over 100 programs that benefit the community.