Photos Courtesy of Revolution Chop House
Revolution Chop House opened at Valley Forge Casino in the space formerly occupied by LP Steaks on Oct. 14. The kitchen and menu will be spearheaded by executive chef Les Bender, who brings 35 years of experience in the culinary world, with expertise in regional and international cuisine.
Bender’s menu focuses on classic and big cuts of steak, chops and seafood, with classic steakhouse appetizers, salads, soups, sides and desserts. Revolution Chop House’s menu will also feature a revolving menu section where the culinary team will spotlight seasonal and innovative preparations using seasonal local ingredients.
The full service bar will feature specialty cocktails also with revolving seasonal flavors that pay homage to the revolutionary history of Valley Forge. The 4,400-square-foot space will seat up to 244 people in the main dining room, two private dining rooms, main bar and lounge area.
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of our newest culinary offering,” says chief marketing officer Jennifer Galle. “Revolution Chop House will focus on the classics, but also revolve with the seasons and trends.”
While the menu is still being finalized, dishes will include verlasso salmon, braised boneless short rib, king crab legs, bone-in swordfish chop, filet mignon, 18-ounce bone-in ribeye, veal chops, Colorado lamb chops and a 40-ounce tomahawk ribeye for two.
Appetizers and sides will include smoked jalapeno bacon, steak crudo duo, crab cocktail, heirloom caprese and Kennett Square mushrooms.
The bar features two dozen wines by the glass, over 150 selections by the bottle, and 10 draft lines for craft beer. Specialty cocktails like The Loyalist (Bombay Sapphire East, orange bitters, clove-infused syrup and club) and 13th Abetment (Los Amantes mezcal, Cointreau Noir, Aztec chocolate bitters and cinnamon) are also available.
1160 First Ave., King of Prussia, (610) 768-5003, www.vfcasino.com.