Walk to the very back room of the Equinox's Marsh Tavern, past a velvet curtain, and you'll have entered a different eatery—a wonderful, very expensive steak house called the Chop House. The dining room has a bit of history—the marble above the fireplace is chiseled L. L. ORVIS 1832 (and way before he claimed the spot, the Green Mountain Boys gathered here to plan their resistance). Today, you'll yield to aged corn- or grass-fed beef broiled at 1,700 degrees and finished
with herb butter. The New York strip, rib eye, filet mignon, milk-fed veal chops, and seafood are delicious, a must for deep-pocketed carnivores.