You'll find the comfortable, warm-wooded restaurant filled with a crowd as diverse as the menu there for a special occasion or a casual gathering. The ... More
You'll find the comfortable, warm-wooded restaurant filled with a crowd as diverse as the menu there for a special occasion or a casual gathering. The nostalgic feel, including the sounds of Big Band 30's and 40's coupled with a current menu with generous portions gives the Denver ChopHouse its approachable, yet upscale contemporary style. Handcrafted ales brewed on-site, small batch bourbons, and a fine array of single malt scotches all add to the ChopHouse tradition.
Hands down the best steak I've ever eaten. The huge portions that you get are worth the price. Some of the best brewed beer also in Denver. I think the beer taste better also because of the great tasting food. Plus the staff does an excellent job of making the whole dining experience perfect.
I have also gone to the Chophouse in Cleveland, OH. Sorry Cleveland you are no match for your big brother in Denver. I don't think the grill is seasoned right yet to get that excellent steak. Plus as with any restaurant, location, location, location. You can't beat the spot where the Denver Chophouse is at. Down in the old railroad district by Union Station and Coors Field. So much more to offer at the Denver one.
I've eaten there about 5 times. The last time being in 2003. I've got tickets to go see the Broncos this Ocotber, 2006, and plan on eating there at least twice.
This place has really great service. The food was alittle bit much to swallow, but the people and the atmosphere was Great. Will have to go back once I get alot of money to pay for the drinks and food.
Colorado Springs Tim
Everything here is excellent, great drinks, appetizers, entrees, and service. Your meals aren't a la carte, so you get a salad and yummy garlic mashed potatoes with your meal...great deal...unlike most steak restaurants...and dessert is fabulous if you can make room for it.
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