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Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2006 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Chops & Lobster Bar

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2006
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2006 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Bones Restaurant

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2005 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Bones Restaurant
BONES. The name says it all. Macho. Old school. Meat. When the primal urge arises to violate your wallet and spend a week's pay on a gorgeous hunk of prime beef, this is your destination. Time travel to Sinatra's heyday as the maitre d' shows you to a table in the "dog room" order a stiff Manhattan,more...
BONES. The name says it all. Macho. Old school. Meat. When the primal urge arises to violate your wallet and spend a week's pay on a gorgeous hunk of prime beef, this is your destination. Time travel to Sinatra's heyday as the maitre d' shows you to a table in the "dog room" order a stiff Manhattan, and don't fill up too much on shrimp cocktail or smoked salmon. There's a gloriously marbled, 1-pound-plus steak being grilled in the kitchen with your name on it. We love the brawny New York strip and the rib eye most, though more delicate sensibilities will certainly enjoy the filet mignon. less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2005 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Bones Restaurant

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2005 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Bone's Restaurant

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Bone's

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Lobster Bar
Whether you're ensconced in the more formal CHOPS dining room or the elegantly casual LOBSTER BAR downstairs, prime steak seared to a mahogany crust and crimson rare in the center is yours to be had. Service at the Lobster Bar can be particularly dapper and smooth, recalling a far-bygone era of diningmore...
Whether you're ensconced in the more formal CHOPS dining room or the elegantly casual LOBSTER BAR downstairs, prime steak seared to a mahogany crust and crimson rare in the center is yours to be had. Service at the Lobster Bar can be particularly dapper and smooth, recalling a far-bygone era of dining when ladies dressed, gentlemen wore hats and steak tartare was prepared with flourish tableside. Lustrous prime rib capped with creamy fat, decadent Kobe New York strip and beautifully marbled rib eye are all the better with a serving of the hash browns every potato aspires to be. "One Buckhead Plaza, 70 W. Paces Ferry Road. 404-262-2675." less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Bones

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Bone's
Yeah, yeah, we like salads and sushi as much as the next person. But sometimes don't you just want to blow your wad of calorie points on a thick, glorious piece o' meat? That's when it's time to amass your sheckles and head to BONE'S. The innards of this 25-year-old joint, wood-paneled and lined withmore...
Yeah, yeah, we like salads and sushi as much as the next person. But sometimes don't you just want to blow your wad of calorie points on a thick, glorious piece o' meat? That's when it's time to amass your sheckles and head to BONE'S. The innards of this 25-year-old joint, wood-paneled and lined with photographs of '70s celebrities, is a shrine to its boys' club days of yore. Skip the seafood and go straight for the cow chow. New York strip is king of the show - appropriately aged, buttered and magnificent. Filet mignon gets close runner-up. "3130 Piedmont Road, 404-237-2663. www.bonesrestaurant.com" less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Longhorn Steakhouse

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Bone's
Yes, we have some big glitzy steak houses in town these days, but BONE'S remains absolutely the best. Although it was once noted for its hyper-masculine, clubby atmosphere, women bust as many balls as men over power-dinners here now. It's also a nice refuge from a world of encroaching vegetarianism,more...
Yes, we have some big glitzy steak houses in town these days, but BONE'S remains absolutely the best. Although it was once noted for its hyper-masculine, clubby atmosphere, women bust as many balls as men over power-dinners here now. It's also a nice refuge from a world of encroaching vegetarianism, where you can luxuriate in aged, corn-fed cuts of grilled beef. You will not find a better-cooked steak in the city. Just be sure to carry plenty of money. "3130 Piedmont Road. 404-237-2663." less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Bone's

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Bone's
3130 Piedmont Road 404-237-2663 If you're seeking a prime spot to check out Atlanta's power brokers in bulk (in either sense of the word), hasten to the venerable, clubby steakhouse on Piedmont, where good ol' boys have been carving up the city and carving up red meat with equal gusto for decades. Saladsmore...
3130 Piedmont Road 404-237-2663 If you're seeking a prime spot to check out Atlanta's power brokers in bulk (in either sense of the word), hasten to the venerable, clubby steakhouse on Piedmont, where good ol' boys have been carving up the city and carving up red meat with equal gusto for decades. Salads can be had, and the salt-crusted, egg-brushed baked potatoes make a reliable side order. But Bone's cardinal virtues will be lost on vegetarians unable to partake of the aged, corn-fed cuts of grilled beef that live up to the cliche of melting in your mouth. Sink your incisors into one of Bone's tender filet mignons or a larger cut and you'll be reintroduced to the visceral pleasure of eating meat. less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Chops
Despite the dry-aged numbers displayed by the front doors, the steaks served are mostly wet-aged. That's how we like them in Atlanta — like Larry King, aged to perfection, just a little salty and saucy, with well-behaved muscle, seared as ordered and served with no-nonsense sidekicks. The latter mightmore...
Despite the dry-aged numbers displayed by the front doors, the steaks served are mostly wet-aged. That's how we like them in Atlanta — like Larry King, aged to perfection, just a little salty and saucy, with well-behaved muscle, seared as ordered and served with no-nonsense sidekicks. The latter might include walnut-raisin bread, creamed spinach, a big salad and something warm and chocolate for dessert. less...

Best Steaks BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Bones Restaurant
Red-blooded, all-American cravings can hardly be better satisfied than by the prime New York strip steaks and bone-in ribeyes grilled to order and served with a minimum of extraneous seasonings at the city's primo-macho steakhouse. Oversize lamb chops, shrimp and crab on ice, man-size salads, heart-stoppinglymore...
Red-blooded, all-American cravings can hardly be better satisfied than by the prime New York strip steaks and bone-in ribeyes grilled to order and served with a minimum of extraneous seasonings at the city's primo-macho steakhouse. Oversize lamb chops, shrimp and crab on ice, man-size salads, heart-stoppingly good onion rings, serious chocolate desserts and a red-heavy wine list also match the hankerings of the carnivorous bankers, brokers and business personalities who constitute Buckhead's power-dining scene. less...
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