When they were all safely on the ground they made for the back yard of the chop-house as fast as their legs would carry them.
For more than twenty years he dined daily at Dolly's chop-house.
It was hardly safe for a republican to avow his political creed over his beefsteak and his bottle of port at a chop-house.
Close by used to be the tavern called "Dolly's chop-house," removed in 1883.
Any Mandarin or official station was locally known as 'chop-house.'
That night we dined at a chop-house in the Strand with two friends.
We never knew a waiter in a hurry, at a chop-house, who did not say that he was "Coming, Sir!"
He then dined at a chop-house, and found that he had a clear hour left before it was time to depart.
The three sailors took the three Chums over to the chop-house, where they were given a hearty welcome by the sailor's uncle.
It was also used as a chop-house, and frequented by many of those connected with the public offices in the neighbourhood.