This restaurant is dedicated to the loving memory of Frank Sinatra, so you might assume that its name is also one of the handles of "Ole Blue Eyes. You'd be wrong, because Bones was a Chicago gangster before Prohibition. This dining room appeals to an older crowd that likes the traditional parmesanas and marsalas on the early dining menu. But during happy hour, the bar and the surrounding cocktail tables are populated with younger patrons who order flat-bread pizzas and small plates of pasta. Some dishes have innovative twists, including the 16-ounce rib eye with a sweetened coffee rub. Consider drinking your dessert, something Amaretto-based such as a Godfather or a Burnt Almond.