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Louis' Chop House Restaurant Review: Three Greek-American brothers honored their father by naming their restaurant after him and filling the rooms with family memorabilia after he retired from a lifetime in the restaurant business. The resulting establishment is done up with a fireplace, graceful brass chandeliers and a series of wood-accented booths and tables. Prime rib is the signature dish, and on some evenings the chefs seem to do nothing except dish it up in cuts ranging from a petite 16 ounces to 28 ounces, the monster cut showcased on weekends. There is plenty more on the affordable menu, however. Other recommended dishes include frogs’ legs and the burger. Bread and soups are house-made and very good --- as is the Caesar salad.