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Cut to the Bone
Lizzie Jones | Photo: Caroline Petters | October 10, 2013
Only a handful of the city’s finest are serving roasted bone marrow—a meat-lover’s nirvana. Vegetarians need not read on.
King + Duke Get it as a sidecar to the coal roasted onion soup, served over the smoked mushroom salad or on top of the bone-in rib-eye smoked marrow bone. It’s all terrific. 3060 Peachtree Road NW, 404.477.3500, kinganddukeatl.com
KR Steak Bar Kevin Rathbun’s Quinto Quarto section of the menu is quite “offal,” and includes a delicious bone marrow with fennel marmalade plate. 349 Peachtree Hills Ave., 404.841.8820, krsteakbar.com
Little Alley Steak Indulge in the buttery sensation of this delicacy when you try the roasted bone marrow canoe appetizer, which arrives with rustic bread for spreading. 955 Canton St., 770.998.0440, littlealleysteak.com
The Spence Known for its all-star chef, it’s also known for its star-dish: bone marrow topped with tuna tartare and fried quail eggs. 75 Fifth St. NW, 404.892.9111, thespenceatl.com
Viande Rouge Steakhouse Treat yourself to a rich side of bone marrow and shallot butter for an enticing chapeaux at this French-inspired chophouse. 9810 Medlock Bridge Road, 770.623.4959, vrsteakhouse.com