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Guy Fieri's Chophouse

Steakhouse
$ $ $ $
1900 Pacific Ave
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 340-2350
Wednesday
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
5:00pm - 11:00pm

Caesars knows how to plan a restaurant, and Fieri was wise to leave the bulk of the decisions in their hands. The space itself is inviting and surprisingly low-key (once you get past the bright neon sign), with a large bar up front, plenty of deep red booths, and walls covered in white subway tiling, with minimal ostentation. The 28-day aged steaks include a 14-ounce New York strip served with frizzled leeks, a rib chop rubbed with a flavorful coffee and ancho chile mixture and served with mole butter, and a horseradish-rubbed prime rib served with horseradish cream and au jus that was close to two inches thick and perfectly pink from end to end. All steaks and burgers (including the bacon mac and cheese-topped one that won the New York City Wine & Food Festival’s Burger Bash) are grilled over cherry and oak, giving them a nice char and a deep smoky flavor.

Intentionally or not, Guy Fieri’s Chophouse represents a major culinary shift for the chef, away from gimmicks and self-aggrandizing and more toward fun, inspired menus conceptualized with the help of truly talented partners whose only goal is to give diners a solid meal grounded in creative recipes and professional execution.

 

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  • The staff here is very attentive to all your needs. I wish them much success in this location. Food not only tasted great , it was an great dining experience. Can't wait to come back again
  • Watch out for the salmon, you must specify medium or they will overcooked the salmon.
  • Great appetizers but they are small. You only get 3 shrimp I gotta the lemon grilled shrimp appetizer.
  • Pricey for what you get. Steaks were way over-cooked (medium-rare was medium-well and medium-well was extra well). Scallops were a bit over-cooked. Mac and cheese, zucchini, and drinks were good.
  • The filet and mashed were excellent.
  • The tomato basil soup was good and a lot of it too. Lobster Mac and cheese was the best we had there. The cheesecake was perfect!
  • The food is a little pricey but great flavor strake are great.
  • Unimpressed with my dinner. The best thing I had was the appetizer sushi. Cajun shrimp fettuccine only had two shrimp
  • Waited way too long for our food.
  • A bit of a hype; not bad, but not really that spectacular
  • I had a delicious beef tips dinner that was very good!
  • Mac cheese burger was out of this world
  • Try the crab cakes...
  • Meh was not impressed - if I'm spending $140 for dinner I expect way better service....the wait staff are general casino waiters and the overall experience was like going to Applebee's
  • Food was good service was ok and desert was very good. Not impressed and expensive.
  • Chicken "Fried" chicken is pretty good. Pork chop was delicious and cooked perfectly. Recommend the pork belly sliders too. Avoid the Big Bite, the seafood was not good.
  • Rodeo Dragon Roll is a MUST if you want sushi. DELICIOUS.
  • Sashimi tuna taco was amazing. Also had corn lime avocado side dish and a sweet potato. I am a pescetarian and was very happy. When they tell You this is flavor town believe it.
  • This place was amazing. It is very expensive, but the food was outstanding. The prime rib was the best on the strip. The desserts were amazing as well.
  • Best prime rib on the strip

Nearby places

1900 Pacific Ave (a part of Bally's Casino & Hotel)
1900 Boardwalk