Visited Frank’s Boulder Chop House last night! First time back after their re-opening! So excited as this is definitely one of our local favorites. Many new Happy Hour selections to choose from-tried the Asian Ribs, Twin Burger and French Onion Soup. Burger and ribs were the usual top quality we’d come to enjoy at The Chop House. The soup tasted like a new recipe, but still savory. They are now taking reservations for Happy Hour-a nice convenience. Service was good, our waitress seemed new and busy, but checked in as needed, with us only waiting too long a few times. Would LOVE for them to bring back the Steak Flatbread as a menu item-it was always a favorite! Welcome back Franks Chop House-looking forward to many Happy Hours this spring and summer!
Oof, these guys have some work to do. Looks like the name change (same management, Frank Day owned the Boulder Chophouse and owns this place) didn’t solve the problems. Came in here on a Sunday afternoon for their “happy hour”. Sadly, there was not much happy about it. First off, they were abysmally understaffed. 15 minutes to get someone to take a drink order. Asked for my appetizer out first but got it with the meal. This is not a reflection on the server, who you could tell was really trying, but management. There are 10 tables sitting right now. The two servers are trying their hardest but the rest of the staff is milling about not doing much. Bad optics to say the least. Next, the food. I ordered an $18 shrimp cocktail and a $17 burger. Let’s start with the shrimp. They came out and it looks like they had been sitting on the counter since Friday. They were grey, mealy, and fishy tasting. Needless to say, they were sent back (and I NEVER send food back as is evidenced by my burger). On to the burger. I asked for it medium rare. I figure it’s billed as USDA Prime and house ground. Well, there was nothing rare about it. It came out as a hockey puck. Well done and burnt on the outside. At this point, I ate it and just chalked this up to a learning experience. As in, I learned not to come back here. Why 2 stars? Well the cross cut fries were a bright spot. They add a little cracked corn to the breading on the fries and it really worked. Added a pop to the crunch which was nice.
The lady and I along with our friends stop by here during happy hour for drinks and dinner. We ordered the mussels and calamari along with the beef sandwiches and some cocktails. The food was well portioned and delicious; would definitley return for happy hour or dinner
Please don’t waste your appetite, time or money on this restaurant.
Just your basic steakhouse. Ordered a 18oz bone in Ribeye and it was pretty thin. I got medium rare and it looked about right. Spent $375 for two people and my earth didn't move. The stuffed mushrooms were a standout.
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