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About Trapper's Chop House
Parker’s Finest Steak House®, Trapper’s Chop House, is home to the exclusive Romancing The Stone™ Sear-It-Yourself dining experience. Here, guests are in charge of cooking their entree on an individual 800 degree volcanic rock where every bite is hot and delicious. Veteran Chef Paul Martin has created an all new, versatile gourmet menu for Trapper’s from appetizers to homemade desserts. Rocky Mountain views and a complete wine and mixed drinks selection; nestled atop the Holiday Inn off E470 and Parker Road.
Holiday Inn, 4th Floor
Parker, CO 80138
Steakhouse, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 4:30pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday 4:30pm - 11:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday 4:30pm - 7:00pm, Friday & Saturday 10pm - Close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live music Wednesday - Saturday from 6:30pm to 9pm
Complimentary parking in hotel lot.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Trapper's Chop House Ratings and Reviews
Excellent experience due to the Romancing the stone steak! Service was a bit slow this time as we waited 10 minutes before waiter came to table. Would love to see the vegetable side increase in size as I have commented on in prior reviews. Nice ambiance with live music and a fireplace!
Nine of us went there for New Year's Eve. Most had never been there before. The food was delicious and we all had different dishes. The tuna and steaks were wonderful and the service was prompt and efficient. Nice fireplace in the dining room and warm and cozy atmosphere. We would definitely go back.
Trapper's is fantastic if you want to take your friend's and family. Romancing the stone is a must.
The experience of cooking your on food on a 500 degree stone is fun and your food is always the way you like it.
Give Trapper's a try. You won't be disappointed.
We recently ate at Trappers for the first time for our anniversary. I had steak oscar and my husband had lamp chops, foregoing the experience of cooking our steak at the table. ( I went OUT to eat to avoid having to cook:) The food was excellent! Our only disappointment was the wine selection by the glass. A great touch was a dessert on the house for our anniversary. We had the hot fudge ice cream brownie, which was out of this world! The fireplace on a cold evening and candles on all the tables made it a very pleasant evening.
Trapper's has always been a special place for us, but something has changed of late. Our latest visit was a special occasion and as such, I requested a table as far away from the entertainment as possible. We were seated midway in the restaurant and in front of the fireplace. I immediately asked for different seating and was told by the hostess that she would have to check with the manager. She returned and apologized, but said that was all she could do.
My wife and son alternated seating throughout the evening due to the heat from the fireplace. Someone nearby also complained about the heat and was told that it couldn't be turned down, that it had only two settings, on or off, and on was the setting for the evening.
My granddaughter had to come over and stand beside me so that we could have a conversation.
I noted when I made the reservation through Open Table that this was a special occasion, but that either wasn't conveyed to Trapper's, or it didn't matter to them. I think we will be looking elsewhere for our next night out.
We love Trapper's but this occasion was not our best experience there. It was our anniversary but no one made mention of it, nor was there anything special about our visit. The sourdough bread tasted a little stale and we had the general sense that some corners were being cut with what we had come to know as our typical experience. Hard to put a finger on it, exactly, but it just wasn't up to par.
Had the ambiance of a reception hall. Appetizer served cold, less than accommodating wait staff. The "quality" of the menu was superb but the quality of the delivered dinner did not meet expectations or even come close to justifying the much higher than average prices.
They have the menu of a 5 star restaurant but deliver 2 or 3 stars as far as service, atmosphere and food quality.
Would probably not return.
Our first visit, but not our last. We plan to check out the happy hour next. My tenderloin was superb: perfect in every dimension from medium rare to flavor. Wife's salmon had a special jalapeno sauce that was flavorful without the spicy punch. Nice portions, good value.
I have to say the quality of Trappers has gone down significantly. The first thing we noticed was the very strong smell of seafood as soon as we walked in. The service was very friendly but extremely slow. One member of our party did order scallops and we had to send them back because they were gritty and did not taste fresh. I had told the restaurant before we arrived and during our visit it was my son's birthday and they did nothing to recognize it at all. I would have to say I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. It's still quite pricey and there are much better places in the area for the price.
The food was very good; however, the service was not. When our orders were taken, the two gentlemen in our party also ordered soup. Within a reasonable time the main course was served, but the soup was not. The server asked if they wanted the soup. Of course, they declined since the main course was being served. Our water glasses were never re-filled. When the bill was presented, the soup was charged. Thus, the server had to be called over to re-do the bill. So, no, I would not return, nor would I recommend Trapper's.
This was a birthday dinner for my wife. I had a $20 off coupon (coin). I gave the coin to our waiter mid-way thru the dinner. He totally forgot the credit with the original bill, then only credited $10 with the final bill, I did not want to ruin our evening with a third bill, I would suggest a review of grade school arithmetic for our waiter.
I have mixed feelings. Largely due to our favorite server being gone. And our server telling a friend to out butter on the hot stone...and the entire table looked like it was on fire. NOT a good suggestion. And lastly, my friend and I ordered the same dish, pasta with a vodka sauce and asked if it was overly spicy...and was told no. We were not able to eat it and it was supposed to have tuna in it, I found one piece. So MEH!
Had to ask for bread. He kept filling boys drink when he did not want it. The rice pelaf tasted like cleaning detergent. Raw shrimp. Spicy nachos. No one told my grandson it was spicy for children. Could have had a child's portion nacho. Our waiter was given a more than generous tip. The seater recognized the anniversary but the waiter did nothing.
This has been our "go to" spot for special occasions. This time, our third visit, did not disappoint. The service was excellent and the food was well prepared and tasty. The venison and elk on the heated volcanic stone were exceptional.
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