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Bone's Restaurant Review: Bone’s, a veritable bastion of beef, rates at the top of the list for steak dining as well as a good business ambience. Caricatures of famous locals and others line the walls, along with archival photographs of Atlanta's famous folk. The dining rooms and private rooms, both upstairs and down, are tastefully decorated with rich fabrics and dark woods. If you want to be seen, ask for a table in the main dining room, but we prefer the much more private tables off to the left side. We recommend any cut of beef from the à la carte menu, but lamb loin chops and the veal chop are justifiably storied. In addition to steak, Bone’s also offers some of the city's best fish dishes, typically simply prepared so all their flavors come through. The scallops and crab cakes are singular. Bone's signature lobster bisque is a must starter, but be sure to add the fried onion rings to your order. At lunch, the steak sandwich gets you a taste of that wonderful meat flavor for just $16. Vegetarians take heart: the sides will make a fine vegetable plate. Bone's huge, book-length wine list, which is now handed to you on an iPad, focuses on California and French selections but also has choices from Australia, Italy, South America and Spain, with topnotch options by the glass.