Big Rock Chophouse, Birmingham MI | Merchant Profile

Since 1997, Big Rock Chophouse has been the place to dine in Metro Detroit. The building itself holds a lot of history and memories. Built in 1931, this now restaurant used to be the Birmingham Train Station, giving it city and state historical designations. The gorgeous building was closed down in 1978 due to lack of use and maintenance costs. It sat unused until 1984, when the LePageís and their partners remodeled it into a restaurant – Normanís Eton Street Station. Normanís Eton Street Station was the talk of the town for quite some time, but as it goes in this industry, the restaurant eventually needed an update. In 1996 the LePageís got new partners and gave the restaurant a makeover, unveiling Big Rock Chophouse in 1997.Executive Chef Matthew Fitchett brings new, fresh ideas to Big Rock Chophouse. A big advocate for farm-to-table dishes, Big Rock Chophouse grows and buys many of their ingredients locally. In Spring 2015, they even started their own garden, ensuring utmost freshness of certain ingredients. They also butcher most of their steaks and fish in-house. The ëSkuna Salmoní is a customer favorite. Farm raised in Vancouver, the glacier water adds to the delicious taste of the fish. Aside from seafood, the duck and venison dishes are very popular. Big Rock Chophouse also provides a separate gluten-free menu for those with dietary restrictions. Big Rock Chophouse has great Happy Hour specials Monday through Friday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the restaurant, and extended to 7:00 pm in the bar. The later crowd can enjoy the Late Night Happy Hour from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm, including half-off any appetizer and 9-ounce wine pours for the 6-ounce price. Big Rock Chophouse has several absolutely stunning rooms and dining areas. They can host private events for between 15 and 400 people. Be sure to call ahead to make reservations for Friday and Saturday nights. Big Rock Chophouse is closed on Sundays for private parties.

245 S Eton St
Birmingham, MI 48009