Novi Chop House & Lobster Bar

Inside the Hotel Baronette, Novi Rd. between I-96 and 12 Mile Rd
Parking: Parking in hotel lot; valet parking available

Restaurant Details

As plush a steak and seafood house as can be found in the area, this one offers top-of-the-line fare in a darkly sophisticated setting. All of the meats are prime, from the filet mignon to the veal chop. Expect to plunk down good money for fine meat. Prices range from $32 for the 7 oz. filet mignon to $43 for the 24-ounce porterhouse. Steaks can be topped with bleu cheese glaçage, foie gras, carmelized onions, portobellos with shallot madeira or a morel mushroom sauce. Steaks are broiled at 1,700 degrees to sear in flavor. The one-time seafood bar is no longer there, but customers will still find seafood on the menu. The remodeled bar now has plasma TVs and is cigar friendly.

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