Restaurant Review - Bone’s

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.