In the old Artist and Craftsman Supply building on King Street, Hall's Chophouse displays a different brand of craftsmanship: 28-day aged USDA steaks. The two-story restaurant quickly established itself as one of the top steak houses in town (Oak and Grill 225 being the others). Recommended are the 28-ounce Tomahawk rib eye, the New York strip, and the slow-roasted prime rib. The bustling bar is a good place to rub shoulders with a variety of locals. A heads-up: The service borders on excessive, or is it obsessive? The staff takes uncommon heed of its guests, though the lavishly prepared steaks offer the restaurant's greatest source of hospitality.