On September 24Jurgen Hummel answered the question:For dinner at Geneva ChopHouse, you can expect big main course portions on large plates with sides big enough for two, which are served on different plates.
On June 12Jurgen Hummel answered the question:Here are a few things you should know about Geneva ChopHouse:
Owned and operated by Marcus Hotels and Resorts, the ChopHouse family has grown to five locations since its inception in 2002.
Our cuts are hand selected daily by the very best local suppliers, including Scavuzzos steaks, Breckenridge Farms pork and Strause veal.
Seafood is flown in from the coast to ensure freshness.
Vegetables and fruits are sourced from local growers whenever available and also from our very own natural herb and vegetable garden.
On May 24Jurgen Hummel answered the question:Geneva ChopHouse offers the very finest in steaks, seafood and style from our fabulous seafood sampler platter to our medallions of filet mignon. Our cuts are hand selected daily by the very best local suppliers. Our seafood is flown in from the coast to ensure freshness. Of course, our vegetables and fruits are sourced from local growers whenever available.
On May 24Jurgen Hummel answered the question:Our private dining room holds 50 people. As you dine with your friends or family, apart from the main dining room, you?ll have a great view of the golf course and our private lake.
On May 24Jurgen Hummel answered the question:Depending on where you are coming from, getting to Geneva ChopHouse is easy.
From Chicago and vicinity: Take I-94 north to Highway 50 Kenosha/Lake Geneva west. Proceed west approximately 23.7 miles. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your right.
From Madison: Take I-90 south to Beloit and Janesville, then take Delavan exit Highway 11 just south of Janesville. In Delavan, change to Highway 50 and proceed through Lake Geneva heading east. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your left.
From Milwaukee: Take 894 and I-43 south and exit at Highway 12/Lake Geneva exit at Elkhorn. Follow Highway 12 to Highway 50 East/Lake Geneva, the second exit. Take off ramp, continue East under the overpass. Grand Geneva Resort will be on your left.
Director of Food and Beverage
Jurgen Hummel is the Director of Food and Beverage. A native of Offenburg, Germany; Hummel has more than twenty-five years of industry experience. In his position, Hummel manages all aspects of numerous dining facilities. Hummel supervises a staff of 400 food and beverage employees.