By joining CHOP's dedicated community of steak and wine lovers, Members can easily find out about new dishes, special menus and seasonal offers.
The creative kitchen team at the Club's soon-to-be-launched, third-floor dining experience, CHOP Steakhouse, has put the finishing touches to the menu.
Besides a mouthwatering selection of dry- and wet-aged and bone-in Certified Angus Beef cuts, including some cuts only available in Tokyo at CHOP, the menu features American classics like IPA-battered onion rings and mac ’n’ cheese and such other dishes as Iwate chicken, New Zealand lamb chop and spring pea and lemon risotto.
Club President John Durkin says Members can expect an authentic New York steakhouse experience. "Think big meat and big wines, originated by the Club's celebrity chef, Scott Kihara," he says.
CHOP Steakhouse opens its doors on March 3, while 220° [Modern Teppan], the Club's contemporary take on teppanyaki, reopens the same evening after a short break.
The Women's Group, the Club’s hub of social, charitable, cultural and learning activities, is offering free membership of the organization.
Between now and August 31, the Women's Group is waiving the ¥3,500 membership fee to encourage all Members to enjoy the wide range of enriching programs, events, tours and more.
Sign up online or at the Women’s Group Office.
The Club's third-floor restaurant Decanter wraps up with a romance-infused five-course dinner for Valentine's on February 13 and 14.
Following the dining spot's sendoff on Valentine's Day, the Club will launch CHOP Steakhouse, a new culinary experience, on March 3.
The Club's newest home of steaks and wine will feature a menu of top-quality Certified Angus Beef steaks, specialty bone-in cuts and other classic American steakhouse favorites in a traditional setting.
The Club will open its newest culinary experience, CHOP Steakhouse, on March 3.
In the evolution of third-floor dining, CHOP Steakhouse promises a steak-centric menu of top-quality Certified Angus Beef, featuring prime and bone-in cuts and even cuts that are only available in Tokyo at CHOP, in a traditional steakhouse setting.
The classic American food offerings will be complemented by an award-winning wine list that features more than 100 great-value premium wines.
Members are invited to celebrate the opening of CHOP at First Friday: CHOP Steakhouse Experience on Friday, March 6.