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About The Chop House - Ann Arbor
Prepare to be pampered at The Chop House! Savor exceptional cuts of USDA Prime beef that are the perfect combination of flavor and tenderness. Delight in the finest and freshest top-catch fish and premium seafood. Experience our extraordinary service and our extensive premium wine selection. After dinner pleasures include the cigar lounge, or gourmet desserts at La Dolce Vita, prepared fresh daily. Indulge in the ambrosial delights of La Dolce Vita: gourmet desserts and premium liquors. For the cigar aficionado, enjoy our hand-rolled cigars from our humidor’s extensive collection. Treat yourself to the finer pleasures with consummately satisfying dining at The Chop House. For more information, visit us at www.TheChopHouseAnnArbor.com
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Liberty and William
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking available directly behind the restaurant in a paid lot, across the street in a parking structure or street meter parking available.
Private Party Facilities:
THE COACH LLOYD CARR ROOM
The largest of our private dining rooms, The Coach Lloyd Carr Room is enclosed with glass doors, and provides a secluded, private space. Features include a built-in plasma television screen for audio/visual presentations.
The The Coach Lloyd Carr Room accommodates parties of 20 to 40 guests. Room fees apply, ask for details.
THE WINE CELLAR ROOM
The Wine Cellar Room is enclosed with glass doors and provides a semi-private dining space. Features include a built-in screen and movable projector. The Wine Cellar Room accommodates parties of 10 to 20 guests. Room fees apply, ask for details.
THE LA DOLCE VITA ROOM
This is a semi-private dining spaced located on the upper level of The Chop House. Features include a built-in screen and movable projector. The La Dolce Vita dining room accommodates parties of 15 to 25 guests. Room fees apply, ask for details.
Private Party Contact:
Sue Burke: (888) 456-3463
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Chop House - Ann Arbor Ratings and Reviews
There was A woman and her mother drinking heavily acting inappropriately and saying inappropriate things out loud nearly ruining the experience. I believe the term molestation was thrown around numerous times as well as the F word and a number of other curse words.
We were dining for my birthday, and the experience left me feeling quite pampered. My husband and I both dine out often for work, and I wish every dining experience was this lovely. We received excellent service from the host, to our server and the various staff who assisted throughout the evening. The food was fantastic. We enjoyed each course; though, we each thought the Poblano Mac and Cheese lacked flavor. The Prosecco Cake was a delightful way to end a luxurious meal. Thank you for making a special occasion truly feel special.
The "Valentine's king crab appetizer" was much below Chop House standards. It was ONE crab leg about 5 inches long, diameter of the leg less than an inch, on a bed of salt with some small half centimeter size squares of pepper, for $18.95 which comes up to around $22 for a small morsel of crab leg. That is outrageously expensive and unsatisfying. What is the chef thinking creating such a substandard dish? If priced at $5, it wouldn't even be acceptable.
Excellent service! We were waited on by Luke/Walter and had a memorable experience. He was truly knowledgeable, kind, prompt, enthusiastic, and friendly. We enjoyed his recommendations and our brief conversation after our meal. Our meals were delicious and the portions were generous- we enjoyed our leftovers the next day! The ambiance of the restaurant was romantic yet cozy and appropriately lit and decorated. Absolutely will be visiting during my next trip to Ann Arbor and recommending to friends and family.
This is my favorite Restaurant the Kobe is the best steak I have ever had every time I do not know how they do it but keep it up. The wine list is great and the Cigar down stairs after is perfect. Thank you all for the wonderful service and the awesome food. We will be back!
Excellent all around! Steaks and lamb chops prepared perfectly to our order and cuts were just the right sizes, not too big and not too small. The Pepper and Coriander Crusted Tuna appetizer was fresh and melted in the mouth and the Lobster Bites were yummy as well! We didn't order salads as we knew we wanted deserts and we were so happy we saved room for them. The Chocolate Decadence was one of my favorite deserts I think I have ever had! We also had the Tiramisu, which was equally as tasty. Service was excellent, not rushed which was nice. Pricing was on the high side, but I would say it was well worth it in the end. Will go back again on our next visit to Ann Arbor.
THE FOOD WAS GREAT AS ALWAYS. WE HAD VERY GOOD SERVICE.
MY ONLY COMPLAINT IS THE NOISE LEVEL WHERE WE WERE SEATED (JUST TO RIGHT OF SERVICE DOOR IF YOU WERE WALKING TO IT) IT WAS VERY DIFFICULT TO HAVE A CONVERSATION FOR OUR TABLE OF 5 BECAUSE OF THE CARRYOVER NOISE FROM NEIGHBORING TABLES AND BECAUSE IT WAS A HIGH TRAFFIC AREA. I WILL DEFINITELY REQUEST NOT TO BE SEATED THERE ON MY NEXT VISIT.
Our reservation was for 5. Door to restaurant opened at 5. Because we wanted to be on time, and didn’t have trouble finding parking, my 90 year old mother sat on a concrete planter on Main Street in January for 10 minutes. Not what I expect from a 300.00 meal.
This was an anniversary dinner and also restaurant week. We ordered restaurant week fixed menu choice. The salad was good, nothing special though. The steak was not a cut normally offered. It was done nicely, tender and flavorful, served with mashed potatoes and carrots. This main course was presented well, decent but not noteworthy. The dessert was quite nice and delicious. We had eaten here in years past and felt this was not up to what we remembered. Don't know if it was because we chose the restaurant week menu? Although we had gone with the restaurant week menu one time many years ago and my recollection is something finer. It also felt like they had crowded in more tables for the restaurant week crowd. (It was more crowded than usual and we had to wait about 20 minutes for our reserved table. The service was fabulous. I would not go back on restaurant week. I have a feeling the food is a step up from the regular menu and the crowd a step down.
Once more, we were rewarded with a wonderful birthday meal at the Chop House. From the perfectly dressed kale salad, house salad and lobster bisque to the tuna (huge portion beautifully seasoned and cooked) and the most amazing crab and lobster cakes we were pleased. Sides included lovely Brussels sprouts, sautéed mushrooms and spoon bread, with portions so large we’ll enjoy some for the next two meals. The Chop House tops this off with very professional unobtrusive staff ( oh, and don’t forget the tasty Zingerman’s breads); we have a favorite server now, Shawn, who is personable, knowledgeable and efficient. Favorite Ann Arbor restaurant.
We went for their restaurant week menu, which was excellent. It’s a very romantic setting, but it felt comfortable. Our server was attentive and fun. It is a very pricey establishment when it isn’t restaurant week, so it’s certainly a “special occasion” type of place, but they do make it feel special.
First time diners... Service was impeccable and our waitress, Anissa, was top notch! I had filet, and my husband had porterhouse. Both were cooked perfectly and very delicious. We got the au gratin potatoes and the mac and cheese. We felt the Mac and cheese was dry, and potatoes were a little bland, but the portions were huge. $160 bill cut in half because we dined on his birthday. I would gladly pay $80 again if I'm getting different sides, but would not pay $160.
The décor of Chop House is elegant and tasteful. My oysters on the half-shell were
fresh and succulent.
My entrée selection of Dover Sole was excellent. My Grandaughter selected scallops
as her main dish along with the Mac and Cheese side....she enjoyed,
We will return.......
Due to the weather people were slowly leaving, causing our seating to be half an hour after our reservation.
The service was the normal high quality, the food was high quality as normal, and the desserts were spectacular, as normal.
The price of entrees has continued to climb, with two entrees, a shrimp cocktail, and two sides roughly 180 dollars before the birthday discount.
Desserts are still reasonably priced, I highly recommend popping into Le Dulce Vita for desserts.
Aspects I enjoyed: a dimmer level of brightness inside with candlelight, friendly waiters who gave great recommendations, tablet menus with pictures of every dish, food that came out way faster than expected (20 ish minutes)
The food was very tasty and what you would expect for a fancy restaurant. Portions for most dishes seemed to be enough to make you full. The Porterhouse steak was cooked expertly and was delicious. Wine menu had many selections
Aspects that one might not enjoy: sides are ordered and charged separately (do not come with entrees), men's (maybe women's too) restroom must be accessed by walking through cigar lounge so you might get smoke smell on clothes
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