From Our Editors
Bloomington ChopHouse?s dinner menu of fresh seafoody and steaky sustenance satisfies the choosiest carnivores. Explore hors d?oeuvres with a swanky shrimp cocktail ($14) or some portobellos and shiitakes with balsamic vinegar and micro greens ($9). Post appetite whetting, intake a lobster bisque (with aged sherry and tarragon, $8) or scarf the Wedge ($7), a ChopHouse salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes, chives, and eggs and topped with buttermilk-roquefort dressing. Move on to meat with an 18 oz. rib-eye steak ($38), a 16 oz. Berkshire pork chop ($28), or the saut?ed sea bass with sun-dried tomato and basil pesto ($32). ChopHouse also has an ample list of grapey gladness to unclog any mouth drain.