Chicago Chophouse

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2010/10/12 16:49:31 (permalink)

Chicago Chophouse

I've been reading terrible reviews lately of Chicago Chophouse. Apparently the ownership changed and the new owners really ruined it. I haven't been there in years. Has anyone else been there lately?
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    ScreamingChicken
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    Re:Chicago Chophouse 2010/10/13 08:55:33 (permalink)
    Is it an issue of quality, menu items, both, or something else?  Did the new owners restaff the kitchen?
     
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    mayor al
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    Re:Chicago Chophouse 2010/10/13 20:23:23 (permalink)
    Both Guy whatshisname on Food Channel, and the Steak paradise show on the Travel Channel featured the Chop house in the past 6 months or so.  Maybe it is another case of TV wrecking a place.
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    irisarbor
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    Re:Chicago Chophouse 2010/10/15 16:39:46 (permalink)
    I have really never been-
    If I am downtown and want a steak-
    It's gene and gorgetti or DB Prime...
    When I went to Prime at lunch with my daughter one time they were beyond nice,
    giving us a tour of their salt aging room downstairs, etc.
    and the truffle mayo and fries were yummy yummy.
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    mayor al
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    Re:Chicago Chophouse 2010/11/20 15:49:09 (permalink)
    We have been very lucky to have found a bunch of good Porterhouse Cuts with our last purchase of Beef 'on sale' at the local market. We had one a couple of nights ago that weighed in at 3.25 lbs, making a very large filet for Janet and a Huge Strip for me (that I couldn't finish at one meal, but did after a late-nite tidbit snack!)  We even used a Cleaver to bisect the T-Bone to give equal shares to the Scotties.
    Total $18.50 for the meat. Served at Home with a minimum of 'fuss' ! 
     
    We don' need no steekin' AMBIENCE !![8D] $$$$$<
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