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Big Rock Chophouse Restaurant Review: Nestled into a beautifully preserved 1931 railroad station, this meat-centric restaurant exudes the feel of a plush hunting lodge in the Colorado Rockies. The main dining room, with its vaulted ceiling, cozy upholstered booths, animal-motif lamp shades and wild animal sculptures, is just one of a number of seating areas designed to disguise the restaurant and in-house brewery’s size. Upstairs is a cigar and martini bar with big leather sofas and its own menu, which includes steak Diane and fettuccine Alfredo. Side dishes are sharable, such as roasted garlic and white cheddar mashed potatoes, a platter of onion rings and a half-pound of steamed asparagus. There's a full bar as well as an extensive wine list that includes almost 30 wines by the glass. Or try the artisan beers like Black India Pale Ale and Czech Pilsner. A Night Owl menu is available from 9 p.m. to close.