A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today's deal: for $25, you get $50 worth of drinks and steakhouse fare at Chicago Chophouse, located downtown in the historic Bank of Montreal building.
Serious Canada Prime steaks—dry aged in-house—and an extensive wine list are the focus of Chicago Chophouse's boutique steakery, although there are plenty of options for the not-so-carnivorously inclined. Tear into the menu's signature dry-aged New York striploin ($43) with the abandon of a reckless team of shuffle-boarders, or feast upon the Cajun-crusted seared ahi tuna, accompanied by soy butter rice and drizzled with a teriyaki glaze ($28). The modern, chic dining room has two levels, but hungry eyes are drawn to the foyer of Chicago Chophouse, where the evening's beef cuts are displayed with pride.
- The steaks were very good, meeting the level expected of the hype despite a very busy kitchen. My 20oz ribeye was tender and juicy. The striploin ordered was also up to what's expected. – mikey177, TripAdvisor
- We both enjoyed our food, and the salt and pepper bison steak that I had - I'll be going back for more of that - Perfect medium steak. – [OpenTable Reviewer who dined on 16/10/2010)