The Club’s home of premium American cuts celebrates five years of wowing diners with flavors from the past and present-day specials.
The limited-edition lineup of dishes includes such yesteryear appetizer classics as Creole shrimp and tomato tartare and American dessert favorites like rocky road.
CHOP manager Antonio Villasmil says the restaurant team wanted to revive some of the more popular original dishes while showing “how far we have come with our food selection.”
This specially priced, birthday selection runs from a 4-ounce (110-gram) Snake River Farms tenderloin to a 26-ounce (740-gram), cedarwood-aged porterhouse to a “butcher’s board” of tenderloin, strip loin and lamb chops for two.
Any way you slice it, this is one birthday well worth honoring.
With Tokyo's state of emergency no longer in effect, the Club is currently preparing to reopen select venues and services from June 1.
For more information, please check the Keeping Your Club Safe webpage.