Chodorow’s Kobe Club is a pricey steakhouse that features Australian, American and Japanese Kobe and/or Wagyu beef on its menu. Its high-rent location on W. 58th St. in midtown Manhattan was formerly the site of another Chodorow operation, the now-defunct Mix. To give you the tenor of its reviews, here’s a line from New York Magazine’s write-up of the place: "The namesake specialty at Jeffrey Chodorow’s new steakhouse is fine. Beyond that, run." Bruni piled on in his review this way: "The ...

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