The jackets, big red booths, and white tablecloths have been around since 1979, meaning the people here know what they're doing and that almost everything on the menu, like the dry-aged, bone-in, 20oz ribeye, is perfect. And because Bone's is Atlanta's oldest steakhouse, you can expect the impeccable service and old-school interior to be consistently excellent as well.
Opened by Susan DeRose and Richard Lewis in 1979, the award-winning steakhouse is not only revered within the confines of Atlanta, but nationwide. Open 7 days a week—5:30 - 9:00 pm on weekdays and 5 - 9 pm Saturday and Sunday—Bones has a strong selection of unique dishes with a Southern twist, and a large variety of new and old-world wines. Its business casual dress code makes for the perfect place to plan a special occasion or company dinner. The 34 ounce Ribeye or the slightly smaller Porterhouse are favorites among steak eaters, and the Seared Scallops make for the perfect meal for seafood lovers.