Prepare to pop a button or two at the Chophouse, which has a slightly snooty setting (jacket required) and a high-end reputation, but will send you home stuffed to the gills. The restaurant is in a restored, three-story Victorian home, and it's got all the fussy frills of that era. Red velvet drapes, heavy velvet chairs, a big baby grand piano and even some plush, red-velvet booths take you back to the late-1800s. There's nothing musty about the food, however. It's straight up USDA prime beef—grilled, braised, broiled or sautéed as you like it. You can split entrees among friends (for $15 extra) or try to find lighter fare among the appetizers and salad dishes (good luck), but the Chophouse, to its credit, has a very generous hand with the portions.