Visit Chop House in Tuscaloosa

There isn’t much better than a perfectly good steak. In Tuscaloosa, good steak is something residents hold dear. Now, because of R. Davidson Chop House, a delicious variety of steaks are pleasing even the most critical of steak lovers. Not only is their steak delicious, the other dishes and the atmosphere are also fantastic.

Davidson Chop House is now a fixture in downtown Tuscaloosa. It’s located 2330 4th Street in Temerson Square. That means you can fill up your belly and then hit the town for a complete night. The Chop House is open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner and they serve brunch on Sunday beginning at 10AM.

If you want to elevate your lunch, skip the sandwich and enjoy a more elegant, but affordable lunch break. They have Crab Cakes, Barbecue Shrimp and Fried Green Tomatoes to start. You can also enjoy a beautiful salad or hearty sandwich. The Chop House is a great place to change up the normal lunch routine.

Any meal is worth the trip, but dinner is the star as far as the Leaf is concerned. In terms of steak, you can order a filet mignon, New York strip, Cowboy Ribeye, Delmonico or a Bone-In Veal Chop. We tried the New York Strip, which was cooked perfectly and was so tender it melted in the mouth.

Though the steak is hard to beat, their accompaniments come close. They have garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus but for us, the most amazing side dishes were the Lobster Macaroni & Cheese and the Herbed Parmesan Risotto. Both are creamy and indulgent. The mouth-watering sides are perfect for sharing and that is what you are encouraged to do at the Chop House.

There are a number of craft cocktails and selections of beer and wine available. They also have the occasional dessert. We were lucky enough to enjoy a sinful piece of white chocolate bread pudding. Essentially, if you haven’t been to R. Davidson Chop House in Tuscaloosa yet, you’re missing out. To view specials, find the Chop House on Facebook by searching for @Rdchophouse.


Author: Heather Wyatt

Heather Wyatt is a writer for The Leaf and English Instructor at The University of Alabama. Follow Heather on Twitter @HeatherMWyatt and checkout her website,!

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