111 Lives Up to Its Billing!
The Boston Sunday Globe
By Vanessa Parks
When 111 Chop House first opened, a billboard on Route 290 in Worcester said something like, “For a great steak, Exit 15. Otherwise, take I-95 into New York.” A year later, the restaurant has lived up to its billing.
A recent 12-ounce filet mignon ($22.99) was, simply, perfection. Tender and flavorful, it melted in one’s mouth. Though we haven’t had a steak in New York in awhile, we’re willing to bet that going that far wouldn’t get you a better one.
111 Rivals the Classic Chicago Chophouse
The Sunday Telegram
By Bill Cory
The 111 Chop House is a sibling of Worcester’s indomitable Sole Proprietor. As the ads imply, this is surf and turf done the hard way – one whole restaurant for each.
The 111 is like a classic, old Chicago chophouse without the dust – and the beef is about as close as you can get to Chicago’s. Decades after the famed stockyards became an industrial park, Chicago somehow still has the best beef. Go figure. Or go here; it’s closer and costs less.
Phantom Gourmet Approved!
The Phantom Gourmet
One Eleven Chop House takes a basic steakhouse formula (USDA prime cuts of beef, hot bar scene) and then bolts for more modern pastures (trendy menu additions, brasserie atmosphere). Some of the detours are exciting, but others make Phantom nostalgic for tradition.
111 Chop House Delivers Five Star Experience
By Kellie Speed
Steakhouses in Boston may be a dime a dozen but when it comes to the suburbs, they can often be a hard find. The One Eleven Chop House in Worcester delivers everything a five star steakhouse should be – an upscale restaurant, excellent service, amazing steaks and an extensive wine list.
From the moment you enter the restaurant, you will quickly note this steakhouse lacks the dark heavy woods found at its traditional competitors. High ceilings, bright windows, light colors, a spacious dining room and white tablecloths complement some of the most succulent steaks available west of Boston.