Bourbon & Bones’

The sleek interior design of Bourbon & Bones’ Scottsdale restaurant is expected to be replicated in its Gilbert establishment, except on a bigger scale.

A new steakhouse will be coming to Gilbert next year.

 Bourbon & Bones Chophouse & Bar last week announced it will be opening a companion to its Scottsdale location at San Tan Village on Williams Field Road.

Bourbon & Bones boasts “high-quality fine dining within a lively boutique atmosphere.”

Its Scottsdale location has a modern, industrial 4,000 square-foot interior styled with reclaimed wood and hand-forged accents featuring distressed leather booths and walnut tables along with a private dining room. 

The Gilbert location will be larger with 6,750-square-feet with the same design elements but will have a larger bar and more private dining space as well as an outdoor patio lounge, the company said.

Bourbon & Bones specializes in wet- and dry-aged cuts of beef an “elegant options for fresh seafood” as well as 300 varieties of bourbon and whiskey, including some rare options. 

It employs mixologists who are certified sommeliers.

The restaurant is owned by Square One Concepts, a Scottsdale hospitality management, concept development, design and consulting firm.

 President/CEO S. Barrett Rinzler is the Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame 2017 Restaurateur of the Year” and has created, designed and managed more than 20 restaurants in the west and southwest, including San Diego and Denver. 

Its portfolio includes Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers, Famous 48 in Gainey Ranch, The Funky Monk in Tucson, and Bootlegger and Pacific Beach Shore Club in San Diego.