This upscale Buckhead chophouse from Chef Ryan Delesandro is an Atlanta icon, an upstairs-downstairs steak and seafood haven consistently ranked as a top ten steakhouse in the country. The classic setting is old school elegant, with dark woods, white tablecloths, and plenty of swank.
“There is a reason this is the only restaurant in Atlanta ever to receive a shipment of A5 Kobe beef with a BMS (Beef Marbling Score) of 12 out of 12. The best beef in the world lives under these huge, tiled arches because Chef Ryan Delesandro treats it with the love, care, and respect that these sweet cuts deserve.” – Thrillist
“Chops Lobster Bar is the American seafood and steakhouse personified. The dimly lit dining room with its dark-wood booths, white tablecloths and big-city bustle sets the stage for a red-blooded meal like no other. Every moment of the experience at Chops (and its downstairs counterpart, Lobster Bar) is luxe: Knowledgeable servers guide you through the extensive menu and decadent specials (lobster mac and cheese, anyone?), and waiters wheel carts of tableside-served specialties like tenderloin steak tartare and fresh Dover sole while enormous towers of fresh seafood are intermittently on parade through the crowd… Each prime cut of meat is perfection, whether you prefer the filet mignon, bone-in New York sirloin dry-aged with Himalayan pink salt or the coveted Kobe: The market price genuine A-5 Miyazaki wagyu is available in filet- or New York strip-style cuts. Take any of these exquisite carnivorous options to the next level by adding foie gras, white truffle butter or traditional bearnaise sauce to the mix.” – Jezebel Magazine
“…then we beheld our portion of A-5 Miyazaki beef from Japan, which is highly marbled and fine grained…each bite rings now in my memory with clarity. The first bite was a simple, rich pow. Like foie gras, a lobster claw dipped in butter, a perfect cheeseburger. With the second bite, I just let the flavor linger on my tongue, where it did somersaults and seemed like it didn’t want to go anywhere. With the third and final bite I felt a kind of food insight bordering on satori. I needed nothing more in my stomach. All that mattered was this one flavor, and when it was gone I would be done with the meal.” – Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Dimly-lit with warm, dark woods, white tablecloths and attentive, jacket-clad waiters, the setting is elegant and comfortable – a bustling, old school, classic American steakhouse. Upstairs, Chop’s serves the turf, while downstairs, Chop’s Lobster Bar handles the surf (both menus are available no matter where you sit).
70 West Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305