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The Steak Menu at Arnette’s Chop Shop Is Pretty Impressive

Take a look at the menu for Arnette’s, opening tonight in Brookhaven

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Arnette’s Chop Shop in Brookhaven
Scott Spillberg

Arnette’s Chop Shop opens tonight at 5 p.m. in Brookhaven. The menu for the 6000-square-foot, multi-level steakhouse delivers on the promise to offer a variety of steaks and meat cuts.

Steak choices include a four-ounce bone-in filet, a six-ounce skirt steak, and a 36-ounce porterhouse. Dry aged meat options such as a 40-ounce old world tomahawk steak and rack of lamb are also available, along with a burger and prime rib sandwich. While several steaks on the menu are super pricey, a few choices seem quite affordable.

Not into steak? There is surf to go with the turf. An Alaskan halibut and king crab legs are listed among the seafood options at Arnette’s.

Appetizers range from chilled bites like shrimp cocktail and beef tartare to ribs and roasted marrow with sourdough bread. For those feeling fancy before their steak dinner, there’s a selection of oysters and caviar.

Arnette’s wine list is quite impressive with both reasonably priced and baller by-the-glass and bottle options. A small reserve list includes a bottle of 2014 Colgin “Cariad”—Napa Valley red blend—for a whopping $650.

Cocktails stick to the classics; including the rye-based sazerac, a dirty vodka martini with bacon and blue cheese stuffed olives, and a Manhattan riff called Sherman’s March.

The dining room is situated on the main level of the restaurant with a chef’s table, bar, and raw bar. Additional seating is available upstairs at the indoor and outdoor bars and on the patio.

Take a look at the food and drink menus.

Monday - Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

2700 Apple Valley Road NE, Brookhaven. arnetteschopshop.com.

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