Fresh seafood, prime steaks, pasta and more, cooked-to-order and served with care. Chop Block Grill is the long-awaited Brooksville steakhouse, created by the owners of Broad Street Market, a popular downtown Brooksville restaurant. The interior is fresh and clean, with brand new everything from the luncheon all-you-can-eat salad bar to the booths and kitchen equipment.
Open for lunch Tuesday through Friday and dinner Tuesday through Saturday, this upscale restaurant has nice prices and the service is outstanding. Eric Gallery, one of the Chop Block Grill owners tries to greet every table personally to ensure each meal is pleasing.
A great selection of beer and wine is available and there there is a nice sitting area for when you want to stop in and socialize.
With a gift for combining flavors to create delicious meals, Eric opened Broad Street Market with his partner, Todd Smith in June of 2018 and they have built a steady clientele and wonderful staff through their dedication to great food served with limited flare and lots of service. They began working on Chop Block Grill at 691 South Broad Street before opening Broad Street and chose to close their downtown restaurant to ensure Chop Block would meet their high standards for employees and service.
The steak is prime beef, comparable to something you would order at one of the Tampa top-notch restaurants, and the dinner menu ranges from crab-stuffed flounder and Argentine shrimp to half-pound burgers served on fresh buns. Lunches vary from Lobster rolls to endless soup and salad bar. Their rosemary fries are unique and outstanding (and can be ordered sans rosemary if that’s not your herb of choice).
Lunch prices start at $7. Dinner at $14.