155 W. Congress St., Detroit; 313-962-0277; thelondonchophouse.com
A Detroit tradition that began in the late 1930s, the London Chop House oozes class and style. While its clientele is no longer restricted to auto barons, celebrities, and high-ranking officials, the place still has an air of sophistication and exclusivity. Perhaps it's the premium cuts on their menu, including 35-day dry-aged rib-eye, Australian Wagyu New York strip, and a USDA prime porterhouse.
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