Mystery Diner visit to 100 South Chop House and Grill in Elmhurst: 8 photosNov. 12, 2013 A delicious throwback to the 1950s, 100 South Chop House and Grill is a lively draw for steaks and seafood in Elmhurst. Commanding the corner of York Street and Park Avenue is 100 South Chop House and Grill in downtown Elmhurst. Read about our Mystery Diner's experience at http://shawurl.com/uyoYou can order your filet mignon (or any steak) at 100 South in a number of variations; pictured is a cut done "Oscar style," topped with crab meat and paired with a creamy Hollandaise sauce.A crusty loaf of bread is served piping hot, along with an accompaniment of tasty garlic butter.If you arrive at 100 South with a big appetite, the 16-ounce New York strip will get the job done – especially when paired with the garlic mashed potatoes.If you skip lunch, you may find yourself ordering two appetizers. The bruschetta was flavorful, but the shrimp scampi baked in garlic butter was truly fantastic.Celebrities and stars of days gone by adorn the walls of 100 South in Elmhurst.The "mud pie" dessert at 100 South in Elmhurst features a delectable cookie crust and smooth, richly flavored ice cream.The bruschetta appetizer at 100 South in Elmhurst is boldly flavored and generously portioned.