Philadelphia, PA - The PJW Restaurant Group launches its sixth, as well as its latest concept, ChopHouse Grille, a trendy and inviting dining establishment with a seasonally influenced menu, located at 301 North Pottstown Pike in Exton, PA. It represents the twenty-fourth eatery overall for the group, which also manages and operates P.J. Whelihan’s, The Pour House, Treno Pizza Bar, Central Taco and Tequila, as well as The ChopHouse in Gibbsboro, NJ which in turn was the inspiration of ChopHouse Grille.
Chop House Menu
The fare will showcase new, shareable items including Artichoke Beignets ($10), four unique Seasonal Flatbreads ($13) and a great Artisan Cheese Trio & Candied Bacon Plate ($18) as well as their signature; ChopHouse Grille Burger presented with a side salad or fries ($18).
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One of the only area bars to dedicate a draft line solely to spiked seltzer, ChopHouse Grille in Exton, PA, has taken the trendy canned drink and elevated it for their Chester County crowd. Unlike the mixed pack of canned drinks, the hard seltzer on tap comes in one flavor –classic, but the restaurant dreamt up a variety of house-made flavored syrups, fresh-squeezed juices, and garnishes that take the drink from a frat party to fabulous.
Some of the flavor combinations on the expansive hard seltzer menu include the seasonally appropriate Spiced Pear Seltzer pear nectar, star anise, cardamom, cinnamon, Lavender Grapefruit lavender syrup, grapefruit juice, lemon juice and Tuscan Frizzante peach nectar, cranberry juice, rosemary syrup, rosemary sprig. All seltzers are just $9.
Guests may also get creative and ask their bartender for whatever flavor combination they want. Beverage Manager Jake Karley developed the menu with flexibility in mind, and all seltzers can be made alcohol-free for $5.
Chophouse Steakhouse Specials
In contrast to traditional steakhouses, ChopHouse Grille will additionally offer its variety of steaks with an in-season chef-selected veggie included. Customers can also create a flight of desserts by way of ChopHouse Grille’s five dessert shooters, a unique, mini take on classics, such as Grilled Banana Split ($3) and Red Velvet Brownie ($4) or perhaps Coconut Cream Pie ($3).
ChopHouse Bar and Drinks
The beverage program guarantees to be one-of-a-kind by offering a variety of handcrafted libations in addition to an extensive collection of local PA craft beer together with over 23 wines by the glass, starting from $9 to $19 for a 6oz pour in addition to a well-curated selection of bottles
ChopHouse Grille is going to be open for dinner only Thursday, July 25, from 4 PM to 10 PM; Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27 from 4 PM-11 PM; and Sunday, July 28 from 4 PM-10 PM. Lunch in addition to dinner service is going to start on Monday, July 29, with scheduled hours of operation 11:00 AM-10 PM.
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