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Rinjisherpa Nov 12, 2003 02:12 PM

Just had lunch at Bone's where they serve properly cooked, prime, wet-aged beef. The flavor simply is not there. Which restaurant in Atlanta serves aged beef?

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    bwlansing Mar 28, 2010 08:09 AM

    Rathbun's Steaks is great, they serve Allen Brothers -- not all of the steaks are dry aged, however, the cowboy steak is. Bone's is an Atlanta institution though and really hard to beat. And I just checked, there is a bone-in rib steak on the menu that is dry-aged. The thing about steak houses that are tricky is consistency, sometimes they are great, others they are not. You could always stop off at Star Provisions, grab a 28 day dry aged strip and cook it yourself -- you might even save a couple of dollars -- they use the same meat as Bone's though.

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      thesteiner Nov 13, 2003 02:02 PM

      FYI, even though Bones beef is wet-aged, it is aged 28 days min. For dry-aged beef (although not prime) check out Capital Grill.

      P.S. Just out of curiosity, what cut of steak did you have?

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        Rinjisherpa Nov 13, 2003 08:22 PM

        16 oz ny strip

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        thesteiner Nov 13, 2003 02:00 PM

        FYI, even though Bones beef is wet-aged, it is aged 28 days min. For dry-aged beef (although not prime) check out Capital Grill.

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          momma Dec 20, 2003 08:33 PM

          You can also buy it at Whole Foods

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            bwlansing Mar 28, 2010 08:07 AM

            Capital Grille has one steak on the menu that is dry-aged that I recall -- the bone-in rib steak. Bone's is undeniably great -- the meat is from Halpern's and before that it was from Buckhead Beef -- both started by the same person.

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