ATLANTA —Kevin Rathbun Steak, housed in a former cotton warehouse from the 1890s in the Inman Park neighborhood here, is not “your dad’s steakhouse,” according to the chef-owner whose name graces the restaurant. Unlike more traditional steakhouses with a clubby, masculine feel, the 165-seat Kevin Rathbun Steak strives through its design to make both men and women feel at home. In addition to the more stereotypical wood, ...

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