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801 Chophouse - Power & Light District
Price: Over $50
Hours: Happy Hour 4-6PM Mon.-Fri, Dinner 5-10pm Mon-Thu, 5-11pm Fri.-Sat., 4-9pm Sun.
A late 1920's New York City steak house interior with signature leather booths, cherry wood furnishings, wooden floors, granite counter tops and high ceilings accented with dramatic lighting.
801 Chophouse offers only the very finest and freshest meats, seafood, and vegetables available.
Our Executive Chef, Christopher M. 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.
5 out of 5 stars
Alex S. - Leawood, KS
Amayzing food and service! Can not wait to go back.....
5 out of 5 stars
Lance W. - Kansas City, MO
My wife and I dined at 801 Chophouse in December, can I say perfection. USDA Prime Beef at its best, delivered with exceptional service. I have been back on two other occassions with business clients we used their semi-private dining space and then the private dining space. The BEST steakhouse in Kansas City!
Excellent Food; High Prices
3 out of 5 stars
Rene F. - Chicago, IL
While the steak is great at the 801 Chophouse, the seafood is probably even better. The service is great, if a bit overly attentive. It has the look and feel of a traditional steakhouse. The tables in the dining room are a little too close together. The real drawback is the price. There are as good, if not better, places to dine, especially for steak, in KC that are more competitively priced.
Pretty mediocre - not worth the price!
1 out of 5 stars
Richard J. - Kansas City, MO
When we read the article in the newspaper describing this restaurant as a "celebration" restaurant we were excited about having it in our neighborhood. We were invited to attend a pre-opening party for the restaurant and we're able to be served because of the crowds we really thought the crowds were a good sign. Our dinner tonight didn't match our expectations. There were just two of us at our table, so it was understandable when the waiter spent most of his time taking care of two other 4-tops and a table of six. My wife's salmon special (why she ordered that in a Steak and Chop house, I'll never know) was absolutely wonderful. Her iceberg lettuce salad with diced tomatoes and Maytag blue cheese dressing was good but over-priced at $6.95. I had a grisly ribeye with Italian dressing that was smothered and over-powered with vinegar. What should have been a well marbled piece of meat was chewy and pickled. I can say that it was prepared properly. Medium Rare was Medium Rare. I just couldn't taste the steak. The gnocchi didn't have a lot of texture to it, but had pretty good flavor. All in all for $100+ (no drinks) there are a lot of much better options in this town. During a time of economic downturn, a restaurant really needs to have it's "A-game" on 801 Steak and Chop House was eliminated early in the brackets this night!