From the moment guests walk through the solid oak doors, the sophisticated ambiance is unmistakable. The aroma of hearty steaks fills the
restaurant, while the sultry sounds of jazz enliven the crowd. It's hard to imagine that only a few decades ago Birmingham's Big Rock Chophouse was a port for travelers across the country.
Big Rock Chophouse's 4-star, award-winning menu bursts with flavorful recipes centered around enormous, hand-cut aged steaks, delicious lamb chops, and the freshest seafood! Adjoining the restaurant is a 1,950-square-foot brew house that features four signature beers along with seasonal specialty brews to compliment the restaurant's distinctive American fare. A recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for eight consecutive years, Big Rock Chophouse also features an extensive wine cellar, complete with more than 400 fine wine and Champagne selections. …
Try it and find out..... New to the neighborhood and read the reviews; dont believe them. Dined out twice in the last ten days and had a great time both visits. Sat on the patio one evening listening to the live music. Wonderful!! Sat inside the second time and just as good. The food was wonderful, service was pretty darn good and inquired as to the "smell" to learn that is what happens when you brew your own beer. AAhhh the beer....you need to try the beer. Great time.
DONT WASTE YOUR $. This place is sooo overpriced. Service is horrible, steaks are second rate, potatoes are dry. And... it smells funny. I will never go back to this place. I was there before a Pistons game on Tuesday night and the order was completely screwed up and I was late for the game. When I asked to see the manager she couldn't resolve the problem and was very rude, so we paid our check and vowed never to come back. This place used to be pretty good, but all of the good staff is gone. I guess they can't take care of them either.
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