OpenTable diners this year elected four steakhouses to its "Top 100 Best Restaurants in America," but Atlanta's Bone's and Charleston's Halls Chophouse are the only independently-owned red meat temples on the list.
Halls Chophouse finished fourth in the annual survey, which tabulates reviews submitted by five million users of the online reservation service. Although OpenTable doesn't reveal exact rankings beyond the top 10, Peninsula Grill was also a Diners' Choice winner.
FIG and Tristan -- which were among the site's top 100 restaurants specializing in U.S. cuisine, according to a list released last month - didn't make the final cut.
The top prize went to St. Francis Winery & Vineyards in Santa Rosa, Calif.
For the complete list of winners, visit OpenTable.
Reach Hanna Raskin at 937-5560.
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