About 801 Chophouse - St. Louis
A classic American chophouse interior with signature leather booths, cherry wood furnishings, wooden floors, granite counter tops and high ceilings accented with dramatic lighting. 801 Chophouse at The Crescent offers only the very finest and freshest meats, seafood, and vegetables available. Our Executive Chef Christopher Dennis creates a Fresh Sheet that highlights our unique weekly offerings. Seasonal fresh soups and salads, oysters on the half-shell, five species of fresh fish, live Maine lobsters and king crab legs. Make sure to save room for our made from scratch Grand Marnier Soufflé! Aged USDA Grade Prime Beef ONLY, Iowa Berkshire pork chops and Colorado lamb chops. Customizing parties from 6 to 70, our walls reconfigure for the perfect amount of space, our tables change for seating and conversation, and our custom menus range from cocktails and hors d'oeuvres to full course dining.
Steakhouse, Seafood, Steak
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking available, as well as off-street lot.
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining rooms ranging can accommodate 6 to 50 guests, with areas of the restaurant available for larger groups.
Private Party Contact:
Ian Rockwell: 3148759900
Banquet, Bar Dining, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room
801 Chophouse - St. Louis Ratings and Reviews
A modern take on the traditional old ste ...
A modern take on the traditional old steakhouse. 801 has done it right. I found this restaurant a welcome, refreshing change from the same old same old at Ruth's, Morton's, The Palm, etc. It meets or exceeds their standards in every way. Service from Donald was excellent.
Certainly a find which I will revisit the next time I'm in St. Louis. And the time after that. And...well, you get it!
I took my husband to 801 Chophouse for h ...
I took my husband to 801 Chophouse for his birthday. I wanted to take him somewhere new and nicer than our standard dinner date spots. We both love a fine steakhouse, so 801 was the perfect place. I knew it would be on the pricier side, but the food and service was well worth it. We ordered the crab cake with apple slaw to start. The crab cake was seasoned very well. I ordered the bone-in prime rib cooked medium rare for my entree. I love prime rib and order whenever I can. This was by far the best prime I've ever had. With a simple salt and pepper seasoning, it was cooked to perfection. Between the perfect temperature and flavorful au jus, it was simply amazing. Their sides are ordered a la carte and served family style, plenty for two or three diners. The list of sides was impressive and made it so hard to choose from. We ended up ordering the hashbrowns with aged cheddar, French green beans cooked with bacon lardon and baked wild mushrooms with boursin cheese. Everything we ate was to die for. It was definitely one of the best meals I've ever had, and we had plenty leftover for dinner the next night.
It was so loud. We sat next to a large ...
It was so loud. We sat next to a large group that was very loud. If you looking for intimate settings I think I would choose another location. The food was great but service suffered because of the large group seated next to us. I would also enforce a dress code but I guess you can't do that anymore. We had fun but it was so loud I will not go back.
We chose this Restaurant for our 38th We ...
We chose this Restaurant for our 38th Wedding Anniversary. It being an expensive place to dine had us with high expectations.
My wife had the grilled prime rib, which was cooked perfect, and as she described delicious, and I had the salmon, but the sides were terrible.
We paid $10.00 for a loaded baked potato that came out almost cold. The cheese that was supposed to be melted on top was in a cold lump on top, and butter wouldn't even melt on it.
We also paid $11.00? for a side of Brussels sprouts. They were so bitter we had to send them back.
The only saving grace was the triple sorbet we were given by the waitress as a gift for our Anniversary. Loved the writing in chocolate on the plate. But as for the food, it lacked much.
We were very disappointed in the quality of the food.
The steaks were some of the best I've ev ...
The steaks were some of the best I've ever had in St. Louis. The lobster corn dogs, mashed potatoes, macaroni & cheese, and Brussel sprouts were also great! The menu is pricey though, so not an everyday dining option.
Overall I really like this restaurant. W ...
Overall I really like this restaurant. Went for carrot cake but it was not on the menu. We opted for the grand mariner soufflé. It was really disappointing in comparison to the other things I have eaten there. Will definitely go back but not for the soufflé.
After prior visit we decided we would go ...
After prior visit we decided we would go back but not rush back. This visit was an improvement on that, food-wise. While the oysters were not up to par from previous visits, the sea bass was a great menu addition and was excellently prepared. The strip steak was great as usual and my favorite, their hash browns were perfect. Dan our server was on top of everything as usual and except for the high noise level (made is challenging for the 4 of us to converse), this was the kind of dining experience that would make me rush back again.
Our bartender and waiter were excellent. ...
Our bartender and waiter were excellent. Very professional with good senses of humor. Our waiter was very helpful when my wife and I differed on sides and said he could split the order.
We will definitely consider 801 Chop House for our next special dinner occasion. We are also looking forward to trying your Seafood restaurant.
Lastly, we like your Groupon opportunities!
I absolutely love this place. If anyone ...
I absolutely love this place. If anyone is looking for a very nice, well seasoned, but juicy, tender steak, this is the place to go. Be prepared to spend a little extra than your average steak restaurant, but the price is worth it. Oh, and make sure to try the lobster Mac and cheese. Superb!!
Way over priced. I've traveled a lot an ...
Way over priced. I've traveled a lot and eaten in restaurants all over the U.S. The chop house food was good, service excellent, but priced too high. Two people, one cocktail each, one bottle of one of the lower priced wines on the list, shared prime rib (very fatty), shared dessert, over $250. Very noisy. Not planning another trip back.
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