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Hall’s Chophouse is where you go for a big steak and a few stiff drinks. While this Mazyck-Wraggborough restaurant is definitely a little fancy, it also has nightly live music and a very popular bar, where you can order nachos and a really good burger if you aren’t after the full steakhouse experience. If you can’t make it for dinner, make a reservation for their Gospel Brunch instead and enjoy a choir performance over a Chophouse Omelet with mushrooms and creamed spinach.

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