If you're a fan of quality food and believe in treating yourself, this new chophouse opening near Atlanta can be your next go-to for a fancy dinner. Your run-of-the-mill steakhouse chains are about to blown out of the water because there's a new guy in town. An all-new steakhouse in Atlanta's Suwanee suburb will join the community next month.
Bottles & Bones is an upscale chophouse with old-school vibes that will officially open on Buford Highway in mid-February.
Contrary to traditional steakhouse designs, the modern American diner will feature a more updated and social environment with an open kitchen, a 40-seat lounge, 36-seat formal private dining room, 16-seat bar and a "dandelion" chandeliers hanging overhead.
You'll be whisked away into a lively environment symbolic of the big band era as you enter the lounge. Enjoy live entertainment as a talented musician fills the room with alluring tunes on the baby grand piano.
As you're seated, you'll be met with a carefully-curated menu featuring fresh and quality selections including seafood, juicy steaks from Nebraska, prime rib dinners (on Sundays and Mondays) and prime dry-aged Porterhouse cuts on Friday and Saturday nights.
You'll also find appetizers and sides made with fresh, local ingredients like a house-cured charcuterie board, sweet potato souffle and roasted brussels sprouts with bacon jam vinaigrette. The full bar will feature an elegant list of wines, cocktails, beer and more.
According to an inside source, the 165-seat restaurant will be one of the few restaurants in the Southeast that uses Josper Grills and Ovens, which are produced in Barcelona, Spain. The grills use wood charcoal (which Bottles & Bones receives from Paraguay) to seal in juices and add flavor.
The exact opening date is unknown, but Narcity will provide updates as soon as possible.
Bottles & Bones
Address: 450 Buford Hwy. NE, Suwanee, GA
Why You Need To Go: Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn at this classy, old-school steakhouse with incredible food, drink and live music on the piano.