Part of a big brewpub chain and located in a cool old building right by Coors Field. The interior was surprisingly swanky as was the waiters attire. With a name like Chophouse, I was expecting something a bit more biker themed. Decent but not a must stop in town by any means.
Stopped in for lunch and a beer. This place is fairly swanky. Classy jazz music on the stereo, servers all clad in black and white, dim lighting,etc. The beer list is very safe with three lagers on and a basic pale ale, stout and the like. I had the pilsner, which wasn’t too bad really. The food menu is classic upscale with a steak, some pasta dishes, salads and the like. Prices are expectedly on the higher end. Basically, this is a place to come for a fancy meal more than beer.
Right next to Coors Field and not far from Wynkoop. Upscale as far as breweries go. They had about 10 beers on tap, including a couple lagers which was interesting. Unfortunately, the beers weren’t so great. Good food (ordered an appetizer for a mere $12). Service was incredibly friendly. I would come here to eat, but would probably scroll past the beers.
Brewpub near the stadium. Food was above average. Beer was below average. Nice selection of their own drafts. Worth a visit if you are right there and need something to eat, but I wouldn’t make it a destination.
In all likelihood I wouldn’t have visited this place if I was paying for it by myself but I was with some people. The food is pretty good as you might expect from a steak house. My steak and the sides were enjoyable. The beers on the other hand, well they were kind of meh. Not bad per se but not worth visiting for, though I think you can sit at the bar and not order a $25 steak. The service started out a bit rough probably since I wasn’t dressed up but when we ordered food it got better. They had half a dozen on tap and a seasonal. Not sure if these are the same beers as the DC Chophouse but just in case I tried them all.
Big resturant like brewpub. Loud shitty musik, i was lucky enough to get a seat in the back where it was bearable. Excellent food, got myself a bigtime tasty steak. Service is ok, not to knowable about the beer tho. 8 beers on tap, wich are boring at best, i didnt care to finish any of my 4oz tasters. Abit pricy
nearbeer (241) Knoxville, Tennessee | December 10, 2011| Updated April 21, 2012
DIA location. Nice bar and restaurant. Fair-to-decent brews, with 4 of their own on tap (2 lagers, 2 ales) and a few other regionals in bottles. Food and service was good. Prices are typical airport gouging, but a bit better than some of the other bars in the airport.
Elegant brewery with a very upscale, steak house vibe. They close a bit earlier than some of the other beer spots in downtown denver. Lots of TV’s up at the bar. Dark wood interior. Server was nice, but didn’t know much about the beer. Good beer overall, but nothing too amazing or unique. Didn’t try the food. A touch pricy.
(Visited 10/2009): Denver Chop House is located on 19th Street not too far from Coors Field. Street parking is nearby as well as some garages in the vicinity but I imagine they are scarce during ball games.
As with other Chop House locations, the interior is dark with an upscale feel. The bar runs along the right side and affords a clear view of brewing equipment behind glass. The rest of the space is devoted to table seating.
The beer selection consists of around 11-12 taps, several of which are German themed (Vienna, Dortmunder, Munich Lager, Doppel Bock), plus the standard brewpub fare. There is also one specialty tap (Wild Turkey Stout). Overall the beers are average to above average. The beers are all available in a sampler.
Service was decent, although the place was absolutely packed on a weekday evening. The server did her best but didn’t really spend a lot of time explaining the beers.
We did not try any food on this visit.
Overall this spot is worth checking out on a Denver beer trip, but it wouldn’t be at the top of the list.