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About Dallas Chop House
Dallas Chop House is the premier steak house in the heart of Downtown Dallas, offering a completely modern approach to steak house dining. Our steaks are specialty dry aged in the restaurant with Himalayan Sea Salt for a unique and delicious flavor and texture. Ranging from an 8 oz. filet to the 24 oz. Cowboy, we have a steak for every guest. Other menu highlights include our sous vide Niman Ranch Pork Chops and incredible seafood selections. Pair any entrée with seasonal sides like our famous Crawfish Maque Choux and a wine off of our award-winning list for the perfect evening.
Dallas, TX 75201
Steak, Seafood, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 11 am – 10 pm
Friday: 11 am – 11 pm
Saturday: 5 pm – 11 pm
Monday - Saturday 4:00pm-7:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music, Televisions (Sports), Beautiful Main Street Patio
Private In-Restaurant Dining Menu for Large Parties available
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
At Dallas Chop House we pride ourselves on taking the extra step to making each and every guest feel special. Whether you’re a large group wanting to eat offsite for an evening, or a client meeting that needs privacy and superb service, we have an amazing staff that truly makes your stay memorable.
Dallas Chop House Ratings and Reviews
I did *not* have steak or chops but instead just had appetizers and enjoyed them, although I wish the steak tartare had been served with crostini instead of potato chips. The cheese plate had lovely choices with fresh berries, almonds, and dried apricots included. Get there early if you would like an outside table, especially one by the outdoor fireplace.
We loved this place! The wait staff was awesome! We loved our waiter, the help who bused our table.. both very polite and friendly! The food was different, but delicious and filling! The entrees ($20-$30, steak $50-$60) were exellent. The sides are ordered separate, but large enough portions for 2 people ($10-$13). It's a little pricey, so be prepared to spend some money! Very good first time experience, our waiter even went out of his way to allow us to try different things. hope y'all have the same great experience we did! :)
Very well made martini; oysters not great, serving on mound of ice tilts oysters so brine falls out of the shell; sides were good (Brussels & corn); wine list was a limited selection and heavily CA based, expected more European variety of reds for a steakhouse; steak was so-so, expected more flavor on a dry aged rib eye, also even though a rib eye is easier to mess up than a filet, expected better preparation since the restaurant is a chop house; peach dessert with salted caramel ice cream was very good; would come back for drinks, not for a meal though
I chose this place for my significant other's birthday in which I noted this in my OT rsvp. Finding the location was easy, parking was no hassle, and the host were very welcoming. We were seated promptly and our awesome waiter, Tom was very tentative and friendly. I ordered from the RW MENU and the bf ordered from regular menu. All in all, some items were amazing, others were complete miss.
We got the following:
Beef tartare- nice plate presentation,tasted superb
chili flat iron steak with corn, poblano pepper, sausage and fingerling potatoes - when it arrived, it had a sour odor which I thought was the steak. But I believe it was the sausage in the corn. Which in the end gave it flavor. The steak was sliced and cooked to medium perfectly. Flavor was decent for this flat iron.
apple pie ice cream - this apple pie as a popover was interesting. The salted caramel was a good hint.
Bone marrow- I was taken back by it. They took out all the marrow delicious part and created a mousse with it. Looking at it, you see a creamy white texture within the bone. I smeared it on the bread and really, it didn't have a hint of bone marrow. And If you've had BM before, you know what it tastes like..
lump crab cake- I enjoyed the cilantro/pesto mix that it was plated with.
50 day aged ribeye- got it medium and it was superb. Perfectly charred on the edges and inside was amazing. Great flavor as an aged steak should be ESP if it's been hanging out in a Himalayan salt room. Reminded me of a steak I've had at David Burke's in Chicago.
Corn maque choux- I couldn't believe how this came to be so bland. The ingredients itself screams ultimate flavor- poblano pepper, garlic cream, CRAWFISH.... but I couldn't believe how bland it was. I mixed it thinking the garlic cream need to be distributed evenly. But it didn't help. I think it was more so watery cream and not garlic cream. This, we did notify the waiter about. Bc I was in shock.
The service alone was great though!
Although the food was very good, my steak was a little dry. Everyone was super friendly however small things, like our table being wobbly and the manger offering to fix it. However he never came back. Also had no gluten free options, which would have been nice to see due to my allergy. Our waiter was knowledgeable but not very personable. The over all night was still very nice.
We went for Dallas Restaurant Week and enjoyed a great menu: the beet salad was very good, as well as the beef tartare. We had 6 oz filet (not the best ever, but quite good) and shrimp for entre. Desserts: chocolate tart and apple crisp, both very good. Overall a great experience for dinner for 2.
Went for their advertised theater special (3 courses plus wine for $100). it's a good deal overall but got a sense the waiter was annoyed we weren't spending more. At the end he told us about some special cotton candy thing that comes with the bill when we asked about ordering one after we saw it at another table. Then he brought out the bill without it. We were in a hurry and didn't have time to wait for him to come back (he disappeared after bringing the bill). Food was good just fairly disappointed in our server. Will probably try again as the food was good, especially the southwest salmon
I'm a recent transplant to Dallas, and saw there's a restaurant week in town as my home town. A friend from home was here on business overnight, we made plans for early dinner before her flight. Came here much earlier, hosts were very friendly and sat us for happy hour prior to our reservation. We sat outside on a cool August night in Dallas! Hostess was very attentive and service was great, brought us their house popcorn, my friend loved it and had seconds, I couldn't eat it due to truffle oil drizzles.
An hour later, we were seated promptly by another host. Our server came to continue their excellent service and throughout the evening.
After viewing both their dinner menu and restaurant week's, we decided to try the RW since there'll be plenty of food and we've never been.
Unfortunately my surf n turf was salted heavily, never mentioned it to our server because I usually like my food lightly salted so I thought it was just me. Then my friend tried my dish and she agreed, but the entire meal's presentation was up to par. I decided to take my fillet home, felt would be a shame to waste such good meat and didn't want the server to know what's really going on.
This was the worst meal that I have ever had at a Steak House. The meat was worse than Ponderosa / Long Horn. We were sick after the oysters. The vegetables were cold and the crab cake not eatable. This was number two on Trip Review and the second restaurant in Dallas that were very misleading and not accurate. I am calling my credit card company as well.
I used to go to DCH about once a week for lunch. In the last year or so, the food quality has declined, so I stopped going so frequently. This visit was my first in about six months. Sadly, it has not improved to what is was in years past. The steak tartare that everyone is raving about in their reviews in 2015/2016 is not the same...it is served with potato chips, not crostini as pictured, and is not nearly are flavorful as it used to be.
This was our second time to enjoy The Dallas Chop House (the first time was before a show at the Majestic and this time was before a concert at AA Center). Both times it was amazing, the food was the best I've eaten, add the service and ambiance and you have a memorable night out! Always a treat to eat here.
I decided to try the Chop House for a first date meal and it was a wild success.
The greeting was mixed as, for a moment, I wondered if we were an interruption to the staff having a chat at the host desk. But that was a tiny cloud that passed quickly.
When we were seated, I wondered why we had to sit opposite each other as I prefer to sit at right angles to my date. Could that be an option?
Daniel was a knowledgeable server, who gave us the information we needed and ensured we had a wonderful time, without being a helicopter server.
The restaurant lighting was bright enough so I could see my date without being glaring.
The menu was small but was well balanced. They seem to concentrate on doing a smaller number of items very well rather than a huge range of items in a mediocre fashion (like a number of other restaurants).
I found the wine list rather limited, but the selections they had available were good quality and well varied.
The food was excellent. Steak cooked to perfection. Salmon delightful.
We didn't have time for dessert but we will the next time we go there, and we will be doing that.
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