Strip House

★★★★☆
  • 13 East 12th Street

    New York, NY 10003

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  • 212-328-0000

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  • $$$$
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M 5pm-10pm, Tu-Th 5pm-11pm, F-Sa 5pm-11:30pm, Su 5pm-10pm
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We have not gone there,but with all the bad reviews you would think they would do something to resolve all the service problems as a start .

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★★★☆☆

We have not gone there,but with all the bad reviews you would think they would do something to resolve all the service problems as a start .

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Bad steak and awful service. I would not recommend this place at all. Had my cell phone lost/stolen here. If I could give this place zero stars, I would. I would rather put up with the racism and bogus tomato and onion recommendations at

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★☆☆☆☆

Bad steak and awful service. I would not recommend this place at all. Had my cell phone lost/stolen here. If I could give this place zero stars, I would. I would rather put up with the racism and bogus tomato and onion recommendations at

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I guess if your going to a steakhouse and the steak is good, that should be enough, no!\r
First, this place is dark. I like a sultry, cozy place, but the lounge was nearly impossible to see anything. \r
The drinks were nice, but I would

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★★★☆☆

I guess if your going to a steakhouse and the steak is good, that should be enough, no!\r
First, this place is dark. I like a sultry, cozy place, but the lounge was nearly impossible to see anything. \r
The drinks were nice, but I would

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My sister Leslie and I absolutely love steak - and our parents do as well. For their 50th anniversary we decided to take them to Strip House. I don't think we could have made a better choice. Absolutely delicious cooked steaks to perfection! The prices for everything was exactly what I expected, and I'm proud to say that it won't be the last time we choose the Strip House.

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★★★★☆

My sister Leslie and I absolutely love steak - and our parents do as well. For their 50th anniversary we decided to take them to Strip House. I don't think we could have made a better choice. Absolutely delicious cooked steaks to perfection! The prices for everything was exactly what I expected, and I'm proud to say that it won't be the last time we choose the Strip House.

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Strip house is delish, we always go for a special occasion. I first heard about them from Behind the Burner. com, I'm glad I did!

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★★★★☆

Strip house is delish, we always go for a special occasion. I first heard about them from Behind the Burner. com, I'm glad I did!

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I have been in the food service industry for 35 years & travel a great deal. The Strip House came highly recommended so we made reservations for our party of 6. Unfortunately, The Strip House was one of the worst experiences I have ever encountered in all my years. We were seated promptly . The atmosphere was cozy and interesting as we were welcomed.. Our waiter, Paco, recited the specials perfectly yet that was to be the last professional behavior we would witness from him. Proper service & attitude went downhill from that point on.
Our first choice of wine was not available, that was understandable & no big deal. As we reviewed the wine list again our waiter became impatient. We asked him about another wine on the list, he arrogantly remarked, ??it??s a dry red ......? shrugging in a condescending manner. We ordered six appetizers (scallops) and wanted to split entrees since we had a large lunch earlier. His response was a curt, ??we don??t work that way!??as he turned on his heel and walked away. He returned to our table pressing us to order in a brusque tone. It was quite uncomfortable.
Paco returned with the wine & glasses were quickly sloshed with wine & refilled immediately upon a few sips. Our appetizers & entrees were brought hurriedly to the table all at one time. Which was not a surprise as he had proclaimed that he was bringing everything out together before he briskly walked away. He didnt ask us, he told us!
Obviously, the intention was to feed us as fast as possible and turn our table quickly.
Another offensive moment was when I observed Paco, standing in wait speaking with a co-worker with blatant disdain about another table as he glared at them.
We decided that staying for dessert and after dinner drinks & coffee would be enjoyed at a different establishment. We reluctantly left a 20 percent tip which he did not deserve. I would have preferred to tip his assist staff who were much more gracious.
Certainly the rudeness & haughtiness displayed by our particular waiter means that I will never step foot in this restaurant again.
There are many other great steakhouses in NYC that appreciate your business. Steer clear of The Strip House.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been in the food service industry for 35 years & travel a great deal. The Strip House came highly recommended so we made reservations for our party of 6. Unfortunately, The Strip House was one of the worst experiences I have ever encountered in all my years. We were seated promptly . The atmosphere was cozy and interesting as we were welcomed.. Our waiter, Paco, recited the specials perfectly yet that was to be the last professional behavior we would witness from him. Proper service & attitude went downhill from that point on.
Our first choice of wine was not available, that was understandable & no big deal. As we reviewed the wine list again our waiter became impatient. We asked him about another wine on the list, he arrogantly remarked, ??it??s a dry red ......? shrugging in a condescending manner. We ordered six appetizers (scallops) and wanted to split entrees since we had a large lunch earlier. His response was a curt, ??we don??t work that way!??as he turned on his heel and walked away. He returned to our table pressing us to order in a brusque tone. It was quite uncomfortable.
Paco returned with the wine & glasses were quickly sloshed with wine & refilled immediately upon a few sips. Our appetizers & entrees were brought hurriedly to the table all at one time. Which was not a surprise as he had proclaimed that he was bringing everything out together before he briskly walked away. He didnt ask us, he told us!
Obviously, the intention was to feed us as fast as possible and turn our table quickly.
Another offensive moment was when I observed Paco, standing in wait speaking with a co-worker with blatant disdain about another table as he glared at them.
We decided that staying for dessert and after dinner drinks & coffee would be enjoyed at a different establishment. We reluctantly left a 20 percent tip which he did not deserve. I would have preferred to tip his assist staff who were much more gracious.
Certainly the rudeness & haughtiness displayed by our particular waiter means that I will never step foot in this restaurant again.
There are many other great steakhouses in NYC that appreciate your business. Steer clear of The Strip House.

Pros: Nice Menu & ambiance

Cons: Arrogant waiter-poor service

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Great steak, awesome creamy spinach with bacon bits, goose fat baked potatoes but slightly overly crowded seating.

In a nutshell, they serve solid food. Everything we ordered on the menu tasted great and came in nice presentation. Waiters were very friendly and tentative. We ordered filet mignon, 20 oz bone-in NY strip, black truffle creamy spinach, goose fat potatoes and tomato salad. The tomato salad was really refreshing and marinated well. I tried the NY Strip and it was great but I still feel that Peter Luger's steak tastes better.

The seating however is not 5 star worth. The back of my seat is right in between two people behind me and the other friend at our table was right behind people standing near the bar. So he could get hit by some lady's purse or whoever that walks by. A bit too crowded and loud for a high end steakhouse.

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★★★★☆

Great steak, awesome creamy spinach with bacon bits, goose fat baked potatoes but slightly overly crowded seating.

In a nutshell, they serve solid food. Everything we ordered on the menu tasted great and came in nice presentation. Waiters were very friendly and tentative. We ordered filet mignon, 20 oz bone-in NY strip, black truffle creamy spinach, goose fat potatoes and tomato salad. The tomato salad was really refreshing and marinated well. I tried the NY Strip and it was great but I still feel that Peter Luger's steak tastes better.

The seating however is not 5 star worth. The back of my seat is right in between two people behind me and the other friend at our table was right behind people standing near the bar. So he could get hit by some lady's purse or whoever that walks by. A bit too crowded and loud for a high end steakhouse.

Pros: Romantic, high end and beautiful presentation

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11 of us went to Striphouse for our Christmas Dinner which has been an annual event now for 15 years. We've been to many different steakhouses in the city, including DelFrisco's, Sparks, BLT Prime and Wolfgangs to name a few. Striphouse, by far, was the worst experience that we've encountered in those 15 years. It seemed everyone who worked there had an attitude and the service was very questionable. My order of a filet on the bone was mistakenly cut up and placed at the other end of the table and included as someone elses order. No apologies or acceptance of blame. In fact, they were annoyed that I didn't accept the fact that someone else ate my meal and seemed agitated that I still wanted a steak of my own. The main objective of the wait staff was to get us out and turn over the table. We even overheard a "manager type" person say that they needed our table. Which I guess explains why most of our party weren't asked what they wanted for dessert or didn't receive what they ordered. Our bill was $2,000 and we had no say in the tip as it's included on the bill for a party that large. We were also hit with a tip charge on the bill for the one round of drinks some of us had at the bar. We had transferred our bill from the bar to our table and one person in our party was told that the bar tenders work for tips, so he left a $20, but I guess leaving a $1.00 or so tip per drink was not enough as we were hit with another bar fee at the end of the night. Bottom line, you can do so much better at any of those other steakhouse that I mentioned. While you'll still pay a lot, the quality is very good and the staff treats you like like you're special. Striphouse needs an overhall in hospitality and a rehiring of staff that caters to the public and not feeds off of them.

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★☆☆☆☆

11 of us went to Striphouse for our Christmas Dinner which has been an annual event now for 15 years. We've been to many different steakhouses in the city, including DelFrisco's, Sparks, BLT Prime and Wolfgangs to name a few. Striphouse, by far, was the worst experience that we've encountered in those 15 years. It seemed everyone who worked there had an attitude and the service was very questionable. My order of a filet on the bone was mistakenly cut up and placed at the other end of the table and included as someone elses order. No apologies or acceptance of blame. In fact, they were annoyed that I didn't accept the fact that someone else ate my meal and seemed agitated that I still wanted a steak of my own. The main objective of the wait staff was to get us out and turn over the table. We even overheard a "manager type" person say that they needed our table. Which I guess explains why most of our party weren't asked what they wanted for dessert or didn't receive what they ordered. Our bill was $2,000 and we had no say in the tip as it's included on the bill for a party that large. We were also hit with a tip charge on the bill for the one round of drinks some of us had at the bar. We had transferred our bill from the bar to our table and one person in our party was told that the bar tenders work for tips, so he left a $20, but I guess leaving a $1.00 or so tip per drink was not enough as we were hit with another bar fee at the end of the night. Bottom line, you can do so much better at any of those other steakhouse that I mentioned. While you'll still pay a lot, the quality is very good and the staff treats you like like you're special. Striphouse needs an overhall in hospitality and a rehiring of staff that caters to the public and not feeds off of them.

Pros: I know now to dine elsewhere

Cons: Service and Staff Attitude was horrendous

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we had reservations at 9 and got seated at 9:45. Once we sat down the waiter seemed to lack any sort of personality. the hostesses (2 of them) were initially nice but then at 9:30 when i started inquiring why we weren't being seated all of the sudden i became the bad guy. Finally at 9:45 we sat down. We ordered the "special" dry aged steak for two. how could you go wrong, right? To say we were disappointed would be an understatement. On top of this the waiter had a big chip on his shoulder. What i found interesting was that the couple next to us had the same experience. only there's was more negative. apparently the guy had asked the waiter for a wine recommendation only to have the waiter give him a look as if he were being bothered and say "i don't know". then just walked away. As we exited we walked by our tablemates, the guy was talking to the hostess and uttering the words "i'll never come back". well, this too is our sentiment. look, there are a lot of people that eat out once a year and have no idea what fine dining entails. i am not one of these people. i eat out just about every day. i work from home so this is an escape for me to get out of the apartment. I am also a big steak lover and i perhaps could have forgiven the rude service,late seating if the steak was decent. this was not the case. the next time you want a good steak, go to Lugers in brooklyn, go to Spark's in midtown. But whatever you do, spare yourself from this bastion of mediocrity.

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★☆☆☆☆

we had reservations at 9 and got seated at 9:45. Once we sat down the waiter seemed to lack any sort of personality. the hostesses (2 of them) were initially nice but then at 9:30 when i started inquiring why we weren't being seated all of the sudden i became the bad guy. Finally at 9:45 we sat down. We ordered the "special" dry aged steak for two. how could you go wrong, right? To say we were disappointed would be an understatement. On top of this the waiter had a big chip on his shoulder. What i found interesting was that the couple next to us had the same experience. only there's was more negative. apparently the guy had asked the waiter for a wine recommendation only to have the waiter give him a look as if he were being bothered and say "i don't know". then just walked away. As we exited we walked by our tablemates, the guy was talking to the hostess and uttering the words "i'll never come back". well, this too is our sentiment. look, there are a lot of people that eat out once a year and have no idea what fine dining entails. i am not one of these people. i eat out just about every day. i work from home so this is an escape for me to get out of the apartment. I am also a big steak lover and i perhaps could have forgiven the rude service,late seating if the steak was decent. this was not the case. the next time you want a good steak, go to Lugers in brooklyn, go to Spark's in midtown. But whatever you do, spare yourself from this bastion of mediocrity.

Pros: nice ambiance

Cons: flavorless steak, rude waitstaff

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True story, from last night 10/17/2009.
1, Bitchy bartender who ignores order
2, Waiter brings wrong bottle, twice.
3, Sub manager, worst of all, worst of new york, RUDE as hell.
4, No sense of customer service of general manager,

We had reservation at 9:00, didn't get a table until 9:45. OK, it's NY, this place is supposedly a "hot spot".

We waited at the bar, ordered two drinks, and two waters. Drinks came right up, water, completely ignored, after 3 attempts, finally my boyfriend had to "yell" to get water.

We seated, 4 of us, ordered bottle of red wine. The waiter came back with bottle of white wine, as they showed the bottle, we told him that's not what we ordered. He came back with the bottle, which was not what we ordered. It was upgraded version of what we order. We confirmed that this is the $50 bottle we ordered. He had to go back to sub manager, he came back with "attitude", asking what made us think this is different from what we order. They are French, know about wine. It was actually better wine than $50 bottle we ordered, so we took it.
But they had to confirm with several people so wine did not come until our main course comes in. Yes, it took over 30 min to get a bottle of wine.

I ordered 10 oz of filet, two others ordered rib eye of 24 oz with bone. Mine came, pretty big size. Theirs, looked like they each got 5 oz. Bone was put on the side, should weight less than 4 oz. So, easy math. They should get about 10 oz of meat each, should be "about" the same size of my 10 oz filet.

It was SO obviously, we were curious to see what this is about, not angry, just asked the sub manager. This 30 something, short, white guy, said:
"Why would you split the rib-eye", meaning, you guys are so cheap you don't want to order one per person?
It DID not answer our question.
He also said, maybe mine was 14 oz by mistake, so I got "lucky". True, true story. So what are we complaining? that was his attitude. We got angry at that point, asked to General Manager to come.

He was, confused because such thing, even in crappy restaurant, should not happen.
He asked us, how they can make this up. At that point, my filet was cold, we just wanted to get he hell out of the restaurant, so there was no need for them to bring new dishes, or give us extra bottle,

We asked for check, after making sure not to charge my filet which I did not touch. Check came, charged for half of the crappy rib-eye, bottle of wine, and half of salad, half of appetizer, for the "ANGRY, unpleasant, most rude, non-appetizing experience" we still had to pay over $100. No tip, of course.

If you wanna waste money, give it to charity please, NOT go there, not to be "disrespected and treated as crap".

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★☆☆☆☆

True story, from last night 10/17/2009.
1, Bitchy bartender who ignores order
2, Waiter brings wrong bottle, twice.
3, Sub manager, worst of all, worst of new york, RUDE as hell.
4, No sense of customer service of general manager,

We had reservation at 9:00, didn't get a table until 9:45. OK, it's NY, this place is supposedly a "hot spot".

We waited at the bar, ordered two drinks, and two waters. Drinks came right up, water, completely ignored, after 3 attempts, finally my boyfriend had to "yell" to get water.

We seated, 4 of us, ordered bottle of red wine. The waiter came back with bottle of white wine, as they showed the bottle, we told him that's not what we ordered. He came back with the bottle, which was not what we ordered. It was upgraded version of what we order. We confirmed that this is the $50 bottle we ordered. He had to go back to sub manager, he came back with "attitude", asking what made us think this is different from what we order. They are French, know about wine. It was actually better wine than $50 bottle we ordered, so we took it.
But they had to confirm with several people so wine did not come until our main course comes in. Yes, it took over 30 min to get a bottle of wine.

I ordered 10 oz of filet, two others ordered rib eye of 24 oz with bone. Mine came, pretty big size. Theirs, looked like they each got 5 oz. Bone was put on the side, should weight less than 4 oz. So, easy math. They should get about 10 oz of meat each, should be "about" the same size of my 10 oz filet.

It was SO obviously, we were curious to see what this is about, not angry, just asked the sub manager. This 30 something, short, white guy, said:
"Why would you split the rib-eye", meaning, you guys are so cheap you don't want to order one per person?
It DID not answer our question.
He also said, maybe mine was 14 oz by mistake, so I got "lucky". True, true story. So what are we complaining? that was his attitude. We got angry at that point, asked to General Manager to come.

He was, confused because such thing, even in crappy restaurant, should not happen.
He asked us, how they can make this up. At that point, my filet was cold, we just wanted to get he hell out of the restaurant, so there was no need for them to bring new dishes, or give us extra bottle,

We asked for check, after making sure not to charge my filet which I did not touch. Check came, charged for half of the crappy rib-eye, bottle of wine, and half of salad, half of appetizer, for the "ANGRY, unpleasant, most rude, non-appetizing experience" we still had to pay over $100. No tip, of course.

If you wanna waste money, give it to charity please, NOT go there, not to be "disrespected and treated as crap".

Pros: NONE

Cons: Worst service

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I organized a dinner to send one of my buddies off to India for a 2 year work stint. It was a last minute deal and we planned on 8-10 guys showing up. He wanted to do steak. We have all eaten at most of the top steak joints in NYC. I had never been to the Strip House but had heard good things from colleagues. I decided to make a reservation for 10 the day before. We were able to get that reservation and the girl on the phone was very nice. Later I started reading these reviews of how bad the service is. I could not have found that to be more from the truth. The host was very nice. We wound up with 8 people(I had called and changed the reservation to 8) The first table they seated us at was against the wall and a bit cramped for 8 big guys. They had no problem moving us to a table in the center of the room that let us spread out a bit more.
I also read that the service was rushed. We walked in at 7 for out 7pm reservation. We were missing one guy. They told us to take our time and just let them know when we wanted to be seated. After 15 min we told them we were ready and would wait for the last guy at the table. We waited another 30 min or so and were not rushed along to order at all. After the apps there was a nice waiting period before the steaks came. The staff was very attentive and very courteous. I imagine maybe people feel like if they spend a lot of money on dinner they need to have someone wipe their chin, I dont know, but I do know that these guys did a great job.
As far as the food goes we had the seafood platter for the table. I would say the shell fish was average. The scallops were amazingly good. We also had the foie gras which may have been the best I ever had. I ordered some bacon and the tomato and mozzarella for the table as well. I had the bacon and it was pretty good.
For the mains everyone had the bone in strip but one guy who ordered the lamb. The strips were slightly overcooked but not outrageous. I knew from others to order the steak rarer then you normally would elsewhere. The quality of the steak was great. It had a great taste and was not just a piece of meat with butter on it.

As for the corkage policy, we brought 2 bottles of wine and were charged $15 per cork. It was not an issue at all. We also ordered more wine after we finished our two bottles.

All in all a great experience. I would recommend trying this place.

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★★★★★

I organized a dinner to send one of my buddies off to India for a 2 year work stint. It was a last minute deal and we planned on 8-10 guys showing up. He wanted to do steak. We have all eaten at most of the top steak joints in NYC. I had never been to the Strip House but had heard good things from colleagues. I decided to make a reservation for 10 the day before. We were able to get that reservation and the girl on the phone was very nice. Later I started reading these reviews of how bad the service is. I could not have found that to be more from the truth. The host was very nice. We wound up with 8 people(I had called and changed the reservation to 8) The first table they seated us at was against the wall and a bit cramped for 8 big guys. They had no problem moving us to a table in the center of the room that let us spread out a bit more.
I also read that the service was rushed. We walked in at 7 for out 7pm reservation. We were missing one guy. They told us to take our time and just let them know when we wanted to be seated. After 15 min we told them we were ready and would wait for the last guy at the table. We waited another 30 min or so and were not rushed along to order at all. After the apps there was a nice waiting period before the steaks came. The staff was very attentive and very courteous. I imagine maybe people feel like if they spend a lot of money on dinner they need to have someone wipe their chin, I dont know, but I do know that these guys did a great job.
As far as the food goes we had the seafood platter for the table. I would say the shell fish was average. The scallops were amazingly good. We also had the foie gras which may have been the best I ever had. I ordered some bacon and the tomato and mozzarella for the table as well. I had the bacon and it was pretty good.
For the mains everyone had the bone in strip but one guy who ordered the lamb. The strips were slightly overcooked but not outrageous. I knew from others to order the steak rarer then you normally would elsewhere. The quality of the steak was great. It had a great taste and was not just a piece of meat with butter on it.

As for the corkage policy, we brought 2 bottles of wine and were charged $15 per cork. It was not an issue at all. We also ordered more wine after we finished our two bottles.

All in all a great experience. I would recommend trying this place.

Pros: food, atmosphere, service

Cons: price

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Judging from good bread, salad and sides, I would think this place wants to do good food. So why were their meat so tough and flavorless? Both strip steak and rib steak were not properly aged, and not seasoned. Their steak sauce was like ketchup. Their sweet chili sauce was like a sweat and sour sauce from cheap Chinese take out.. Was it just an off night? I wonder....

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★★★☆☆

Judging from good bread, salad and sides, I would think this place wants to do good food. So why were their meat so tough and flavorless? Both strip steak and rib steak were not properly aged, and not seasoned. Their steak sauce was like ketchup. Their sweet chili sauce was like a sweat and sour sauce from cheap Chinese take out.. Was it just an off night? I wonder....

Pros: everything except steak

Cons: steak

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I once considered SH my go to NYC steak joint; they had the food, service, ambiance balance down pat. Don't know what happened, maybe their reflexive counter to a down economy is to tighten their revenue management but they are failing miserably.
Food quality is appreciably lower, kitchen hygenics are what I'd expect in a chain, not such as in a $300 + tab for two joint. Management is downright rude.
Everything is over salted, the doneness is one grade over what was ordered and they changed their corkage policy but have made no effort to note either this on their web site or when making a reservation. Yes I'm bitter: We had a bottle of $100+ champagne at the bar before dinner....when we were seated - late - and I placed a bottle of well aged bordeaux ( they have no such thing on their list) on the table, I was confronted by management who said they do not allow this any longer. He was rude and when I asked him where they noted that - I was ignored.....
Take your money where it is appreciated - Try Dylan Prime; they know what customer service means.

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★☆☆☆☆

I once considered SH my go to NYC steak joint; they had the food, service, ambiance balance down pat. Don't know what happened, maybe their reflexive counter to a down economy is to tighten their revenue management but they are failing miserably.
Food quality is appreciably lower, kitchen hygenics are what I'd expect in a chain, not such as in a $300 + tab for two joint. Management is downright rude.
Everything is over salted, the doneness is one grade over what was ordered and they changed their corkage policy but have made no effort to note either this on their web site or when making a reservation. Yes I'm bitter: We had a bottle of $100+ champagne at the bar before dinner....when we were seated - late - and I placed a bottle of well aged bordeaux ( they have no such thing on their list) on the table, I was confronted by management who said they do not allow this any longer. He was rude and when I asked him where they noted that - I was ignored.....
Take your money where it is appreciated - Try Dylan Prime; they know what customer service means.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Customer Service/Food Quality for Money

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Came here for my girlfriend's birthday. Atmosphere was very nice and we were seated promptly. Ordered two filet mignons, one large and one smaller. The smaller one my girlfriend loved and was cooked perfectly. I enjoyed mine a lot but felt it was cooked more towards a medium than a medium-rare. I thought maybe it was due to the size of my steak. The fact that they give you a head of roasted garlic really made our steaks special and highly enjoyable. We'll definitely come back because of that and couldn't get enough of it.

We were given a free sample of butternut squash soup, which we didn't like very much and tasted exactly like butter. Coincidentally, we ordered the lobster bisque and it tasted exactly like the free sample we had just before! We didn't really enjoy it at all. The waiter noticed we left it alone and asked about it, but we didn't make a fuss. The potato romanoff that we ordered also tasted a lot like butter. I really think they just use TOO much butter in their sides. Our crab cakes though were excellent, as well as our side of green beans and garlic mashed potatoes. Service was very decent, our waiter explained the menu clearly and poured our glasses of wine regularly. Overall, great steak but I would definitely not come here for the sides again, or I'd try the others on the menu.

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★★★★☆

Came here for my girlfriend's birthday. Atmosphere was very nice and we were seated promptly. Ordered two filet mignons, one large and one smaller. The smaller one my girlfriend loved and was cooked perfectly. I enjoyed mine a lot but felt it was cooked more towards a medium than a medium-rare. I thought maybe it was due to the size of my steak. The fact that they give you a head of roasted garlic really made our steaks special and highly enjoyable. We'll definitely come back because of that and couldn't get enough of it.

We were given a free sample of butternut squash soup, which we didn't like very much and tasted exactly like butter. Coincidentally, we ordered the lobster bisque and it tasted exactly like the free sample we had just before! We didn't really enjoy it at all. The waiter noticed we left it alone and asked about it, but we didn't make a fuss. The potato romanoff that we ordered also tasted a lot like butter. I really think they just use TOO much butter in their sides. Our crab cakes though were excellent, as well as our side of green beans and garlic mashed potatoes. Service was very decent, our waiter explained the menu clearly and poured our glasses of wine regularly. Overall, great steak but I would definitely not come here for the sides again, or I'd try the others on the menu.

Pros: Great steak!

Cons: Too much butter in some sides

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I took the man I've been seeing (who loves a good steak) here for his birthday on a Friday night. I had been agonizing over which steakhouse to pick - Luger was booked in advance so I couldn't get a table at a decent time; friends recommended Sparks, but in looking at pictures and reading about the history, it sounded too heavy on the Sopranos theme and not heavy enough on the romance (turns out he's eaten there already); then was thinking Mark Joseph downtown in the financial district (convenient for us both)... for which the reviews are all fantastic. So it came down to: Risk going to the Strip House (recent reviews sounded really bad) and have a good steak and good ambiance, or go to Mark Joseph and have a better steak but what appears to be more "Wall Street" crowd ambiance. I decided to go with Strip House. We had a 9:30 reservation. I had called twice to request a booth, but had been warned that it probably wouldn't happen. We had to wait about 40 minutes (even having a reservation), so we had a drink at the very crowded bar - stood talking and looking at the old pictures on the walls. We were seated at a little table at the end of a row... it's pretty tight but luckily we didn't hear our neighbor's conversations. He had the prime rib and loved it. I had the whitefin tuna... loved the peppercorn, didn't love the steamed veggie roll (so bland). We had the creamed spinach and the goose fat potato per the reviews on here - the spinach especially was good. Oh, and for an appetizer we had the sea scallop... that was EXCELLENT - we both loved it. For dessert we shared a monster profiterole. I thought it was a little crisp but the ice cream was really good. The service was very good... we spent about two hours total there and left stuffed and in a food coma. He says he loved it and that he'd definitely go back. I was happy given the reviews. One thing: they were supposed to write "happy birthday" on the dessert dish but didn't... hence the 3 stars.

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★★★★☆

I took the man I've been seeing (who loves a good steak) here for his birthday on a Friday night. I had been agonizing over which steakhouse to pick - Luger was booked in advance so I couldn't get a table at a decent time; friends recommended Sparks, but in looking at pictures and reading about the history, it sounded too heavy on the Sopranos theme and not heavy enough on the romance (turns out he's eaten there already); then was thinking Mark Joseph downtown in the financial district (convenient for us both)... for which the reviews are all fantastic. So it came down to: Risk going to the Strip House (recent reviews sounded really bad) and have a good steak and good ambiance, or go to Mark Joseph and have a better steak but what appears to be more "Wall Street" crowd ambiance. I decided to go with Strip House. We had a 9:30 reservation. I had called twice to request a booth, but had been warned that it probably wouldn't happen. We had to wait about 40 minutes (even having a reservation), so we had a drink at the very crowded bar - stood talking and looking at the old pictures on the walls. We were seated at a little table at the end of a row... it's pretty tight but luckily we didn't hear our neighbor's conversations. He had the prime rib and loved it. I had the whitefin tuna... loved the peppercorn, didn't love the steamed veggie roll (so bland). We had the creamed spinach and the goose fat potato per the reviews on here - the spinach especially was good. Oh, and for an appetizer we had the sea scallop... that was EXCELLENT - we both loved it. For dessert we shared a monster profiterole. I thought it was a little crisp but the ice cream was really good. The service was very good... we spent about two hours total there and left stuffed and in a food coma. He says he loved it and that he'd definitely go back. I was happy given the reviews. One thing: they were supposed to write "happy birthday" on the dessert dish but didn't... hence the 3 stars.

Pros: romantic red theme; food

Cons: forgetful service

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I thought I would ignore all the bad reviews about the Strip House and experience it for myself, what a DISASTER.
The booking was for myself and 5 other business clients. Once we were shown to our cramp table & served our drinks the waiter lost balance of the tray & a whole bottle of cola was spilt down the back of one of my guests.
Two people had to send their steak back twice and in the end they gave up and did not eat at all. When we asked for the bill the manager ANDREW BARNETT came over and stated he was not going to charge for the two steaks not eaten, the soft drinks & 1 of the appetizers. He refused to pay for the dry cleaning or make any kind of good will gesture to my wet & sticky guest. RUDE, BAD MANGEMENT, SAVE YOURSELF A VERY BAD EXPERIENCE.

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★☆☆☆☆

I thought I would ignore all the bad reviews about the Strip House and experience it for myself, what a DISASTER.
The booking was for myself and 5 other business clients. Once we were shown to our cramp table & served our drinks the waiter lost balance of the tray & a whole bottle of cola was spilt down the back of one of my guests.
Two people had to send their steak back twice and in the end they gave up and did not eat at all. When we asked for the bill the manager ANDREW BARNETT came over and stated he was not going to charge for the two steaks not eaten, the soft drinks & 1 of the appetizers. He refused to pay for the dry cleaning or make any kind of good will gesture to my wet & sticky guest. RUDE, BAD MANGEMENT, SAVE YOURSELF A VERY BAD EXPERIENCE.

Pros: was once a good steak house

Cons: terrible management, no customer service, below average

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This place used to be our favorite steakhouse in New York, but has really slipped. The host/hostess sure don't know it, though: they conduct themselves with the smug rudeness of a restaurant that has the luxury of turning off good patrons. On New Year's Eve (maybe an off night?) the steak was good (not great), the apps (seafood, tomato salads) were very much below average (not fresh). We had a reservation, but they sat us at a tiny cocktail table where bar goers bumped into us as we struggled to find a place to fit side dishes. Not the kind of experience you'd expect from a big night out that ran us ~ $350 a couple (with good wine and tip). The only thing that made the astronomical tab less infuriating was the gracious waitstaff. Otherwise this place is off of our list.

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★★★☆☆

This place used to be our favorite steakhouse in New York, but has really slipped. The host/hostess sure don't know it, though: they conduct themselves with the smug rudeness of a restaurant that has the luxury of turning off good patrons. On New Year's Eve (maybe an off night?) the steak was good (not great), the apps (seafood, tomato salads) were very much below average (not fresh). We had a reservation, but they sat us at a tiny cocktail table where bar goers bumped into us as we struggled to find a place to fit side dishes. Not the kind of experience you'd expect from a big night out that ran us ~ $350 a couple (with good wine and tip). The only thing that made the astronomical tab less infuriating was the gracious waitstaff. Otherwise this place is off of our list.

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My friend and I decided to try the steakhouse because of the rave reviews. I will never go again. I ordered a steak medium rare and it came out nearly well done. The waiter was great and immediately apologized and took the steak back. About a minute after he left, the manager came out with the same steak . She put it on the table and proceed to tell me "Let me tell you how we do steak here". I was in shock. After she walked away a few people near me turned around and said they could not believe what they had just heard. The owners then happened to walk in. Though I had not said a word to the other people, the owners proceeded to tell me they did not like me talking to people. I told them I had not said anything and filled them in on how the manager treated me. They however did not believe me saying they could not picture her saying that. It was without a doubt a terrible experience.

0
★☆☆☆☆

My friend and I decided to try the steakhouse because of the rave reviews. I will never go again. I ordered a steak medium rare and it came out nearly well done. The waiter was great and immediately apologized and took the steak back. About a minute after he left, the manager came out with the same steak . She put it on the table and proceed to tell me "Let me tell you how we do steak here". I was in shock. After she walked away a few people near me turned around and said they could not believe what they had just heard. The owners then happened to walk in. Though I had not said a word to the other people, the owners proceeded to tell me they did not like me talking to people. I told them I had not said anything and filled them in on how the manager treated me. They however did not believe me saying they could not picture her saying that. It was without a doubt a terrible experience.

Pros: waiters were amazing, nice venue

Cons: extremely rude management who does not believe a customer is right

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I gave the Strip House one more chance last night but ONCE AGAIN the pushy service ruined what should have been an excellent meal. It's as if the wait staff is being paid to turn over the tables instead of satisfy their customers. You're better off going to the Outback where atleast you can chew your steak without having your plate pulled out from underneath you to be cleared. Never again.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I gave the Strip House one more chance last night but ONCE AGAIN the pushy service ruined what should have been an excellent meal. It's as if the wait staff is being paid to turn over the tables instead of satisfy their customers. You're better off going to the Outback where atleast you can chew your steak without having your plate pulled out from underneath you to be cleared. Never again.

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We walked in on Saturday nite with no reservation, we had to hang out for 45 minutes at the bar which filled up quite rapidly with young couples and singles. We didn't mind hanging out. The food was great, the atmosphere was trendy and nice. I would definitely go again....

2
★★★★☆

We walked in on Saturday nite with no reservation, we had to hang out for 45 minutes at the bar which filled up quite rapidly with young couples and singles. We didn't mind hanging out. The food was great, the atmosphere was trendy and nice. I would definitely go again....

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Had dinner there this evening and found the food mediocore and service HORRIBLE and CONFRONTATIIONAL!!!! Steak was served raw and I asked for it pink. Give me a break. Manager was equally confronational and thought no big deal. $500 meal big deal. Take your business elsewhere and save yourself a lot of aggravation. New York has many fabulous places that serve wonderful food with pleasant service. DO NOT EXPECT this from Strip House New York .

0
★☆☆☆☆

Had dinner there this evening and found the food mediocore and service HORRIBLE and CONFRONTATIIONAL!!!! Steak was served raw and I asked for it pink. Give me a break. Manager was equally confronational and thought no big deal. $500 meal big deal. Take your business elsewhere and save yourself a lot of aggravation. New York has many fabulous places that serve wonderful food with pleasant service. DO NOT EXPECT this from Strip House New York .

Pros: NONE

Cons: SERVICE, FOOD, LACK OF AIR CONDITIONING

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We dined at the Strip House on 6/29 and had an overall outstanding experience. As foodies from Seattle, we agonized over which steak house to try... all seem to have some loyal fans. We were seated promptly, our waiter was personable and knowledgeable, and the service was fantastic. I had the bone-in filet, which was perhaps the best steak I've ever tasted. Soooo tender, and the crisp tender outside was incredibly flavorful. The creamed spinach is a must... we could've skipped the goose fat potatoes, not the best. The profiterole for dessert is enormous... more than enough for 2. Bring your appetite, you won't walk away hungry.

2
★★★★★

We dined at the Strip House on 6/29 and had an overall outstanding experience. As foodies from Seattle, we agonized over which steak house to try... all seem to have some loyal fans. We were seated promptly, our waiter was personable and knowledgeable, and the service was fantastic. I had the bone-in filet, which was perhaps the best steak I've ever tasted. Soooo tender, and the crisp tender outside was incredibly flavorful. The creamed spinach is a must... we could've skipped the goose fat potatoes, not the best. The profiterole for dessert is enormous... more than enough for 2. Bring your appetite, you won't walk away hungry.

Pros: Outstanding food (especially the steak)

Cons: Pricey, tables are very close together

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9pm reservations, asked the maitre de at 9:15 how much longer, he stated 20 minutes, 20 minutes goes by ask him again, he says 20 minutes and was extremly rude and unprofessional. Eventually get seated after 45 minutes at the lounge area next to the crowded bar, not the main dining room. When the meal came out we aksed for salt, pepper and the correct sauce (they brought us the wrong one and insisted it was the right one!) - had to wait and wait and wait and ask a second time. Don't know why people love this place - the steak was ok - I have had much better steak at non-steakhouse restaurants and was treated much better. Service poor, wait time absolutely ridiculous, and so-so food. Not worth it.

0
★☆☆☆☆

9pm reservations, asked the maitre de at 9:15 how much longer, he stated 20 minutes, 20 minutes goes by ask him again, he says 20 minutes and was extremly rude and unprofessional. Eventually get seated after 45 minutes at the lounge area next to the crowded bar, not the main dining room. When the meal came out we aksed for salt, pepper and the correct sauce (they brought us the wrong one and insisted it was the right one!) - had to wait and wait and wait and ask a second time. Don't know why people love this place - the steak was ok - I have had much better steak at non-steakhouse restaurants and was treated much better. Service poor, wait time absolutely ridiculous, and so-so food. Not worth it.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Service, wait time, food

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My sister and I had reservations for 7pm on a Thursday night. We arrived at 6:50 and sat at the bar for a cocktail and waited for our table...45 minutes later we were seated. Now with that said, the food was amazing and the service was good. The NY Strip is the recommended cut for this place, cooked to perfection with a nice char on the outside and served with a big fat clove of roasted garlic. The sides were above average I must say as well- the black truffled creamed spinach, the goose fat potatoes, and the creamed corn with pancetta is OFF THE WALL CRAZY GOOD!!!! The decor is old school NY Gangster feel with legendary photos of actors and a lot of New York legends, along with red leather booths and dark, deep red walls. Overall I wood expect and exceptional meal from this restaurant along with great service.

2
★★★★★

My sister and I had reservations for 7pm on a Thursday night. We arrived at 6:50 and sat at the bar for a cocktail and waited for our table...45 minutes later we were seated. Now with that said, the food was amazing and the service was good. The NY Strip is the recommended cut for this place, cooked to perfection with a nice char on the outside and served with a big fat clove of roasted garlic. The sides were above average I must say as well- the black truffled creamed spinach, the goose fat potatoes, and the creamed corn with pancetta is OFF THE WALL CRAZY GOOD!!!! The decor is old school NY Gangster feel with legendary photos of actors and a lot of New York legends, along with red leather booths and dark, deep red walls. Overall I wood expect and exceptional meal from this restaurant along with great service.

Pros: Steak, Sides, decor, and service

Cons: long wait, small place...

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Arrogant jerks who don't need your business. So the only considerate thing to do is spare them the burden of your presence. They have no clue about graciousness, customer satisfaction or largesse; and don't seem to be interested in cultivating long-terrm relationships. Leave them to the German and French tourists, I doubt if they will accept payment in U.S. dollars much longer anyway. Of course the food is great, giving the Devil his due, but that by itself does not a pleasant dining experience make. There are too many choices in this fair city to put up with their indifferent service and money-grubbing managerial attitude. I've been in this town since WW II, and I've seen thousands of joints come and go. This one will go.

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★☆☆☆☆

Arrogant jerks who don't need your business. So the only considerate thing to do is spare them the burden of your presence. They have no clue about graciousness, customer satisfaction or largesse; and don't seem to be interested in cultivating long-terrm relationships. Leave them to the German and French tourists, I doubt if they will accept payment in U.S. dollars much longer anyway. Of course the food is great, giving the Devil his due, but that by itself does not a pleasant dining experience make. There are too many choices in this fair city to put up with their indifferent service and money-grubbing managerial attitude. I've been in this town since WW II, and I've seen thousands of joints come and go. This one will go.

Pros: great steak, cooked to perfection

Cons: Thumbs down -very pricey, cheap thematic kitsch, terrible management attitude

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Strip House is the best steakhouse ive been to in the city, and ive been to quite a few. the decor is unique for a steakhouse with vibrant red seating and a risque theme, though tasteful. they have a great selection of wines, including my favorite cabernet from napa. the steak was cooked exactly to my preference and the roasted garlic made it even better. the black truffle creamed spinach was delicious (though im guessing they just use truffle oil which is actually not made with real truffles, but it's really good regardless). expect to spend a lot, as with most steakhouses, but it's worth it.

2
★★★★★

Strip House is the best steakhouse ive been to in the city, and ive been to quite a few. the decor is unique for a steakhouse with vibrant red seating and a risque theme, though tasteful. they have a great selection of wines, including my favorite cabernet from napa. the steak was cooked exactly to my preference and the roasted garlic made it even better. the black truffle creamed spinach was delicious (though im guessing they just use truffle oil which is actually not made with real truffles, but it's really good regardless). expect to spend a lot, as with most steakhouses, but it's worth it.

Pros: Delicious steak, great ambiance

Cons: Expect to spend a lot

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Went to Strip House with 4 other friends for our periodic guys night out steak dinner. We've been to just about every steakhouse in Manhattan over the last 10 years. I used to love the Strip House, the steak is good, if not the best, and the atmosphere is nice. Here's the problem - 4/5 of us were on time for our reservation. They refused to seat us until the fifth arrived - we even offered to get his order by phone so it will not hold up the ordering. We wait at the bar for 45 minutes until we are all there - then they tell us that it will be another 20 minutes for a table to open up - even though there are 2 empty tables right in front of us! 20 minutes turn into 45, so we are standing at the bar for a total of ONE AND A HALF HOURS! Not even an offer of a round of drinks! I told the manager that there are a lot of steakhouses in NY and he just lost 5 customers forever and his response - "Well, okay". Never been treated like this in any other steakhouse!
Never going back, arrogant jerks! Go to Wolfgangs or any other place that appreciates your business!

1
★★☆☆☆

Went to Strip House with 4 other friends for our periodic guys night out steak dinner. We've been to just about every steakhouse in Manhattan over the last 10 years. I used to love the Strip House, the steak is good, if not the best, and the atmosphere is nice. Here's the problem - 4/5 of us were on time for our reservation. They refused to seat us until the fifth arrived - we even offered to get his order by phone so it will not hold up the ordering. We wait at the bar for 45 minutes until we are all there - then they tell us that it will be another 20 minutes for a table to open up - even though there are 2 empty tables right in front of us! 20 minutes turn into 45, so we are standing at the bar for a total of ONE AND A HALF HOURS! Not even an offer of a round of drinks! I told the manager that there are a lot of steakhouses in NY and he just lost 5 customers forever and his response - "Well, okay". Never been treated like this in any other steakhouse!
Never going back, arrogant jerks! Go to Wolfgangs or any other place that appreciates your business!

Pros: Food, atmosphere

Cons: Seating, management

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to go here, rib chop is out of this world, decadent goose fat potatoes, never had a bad experience in 4 years of patronage

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★★★★★

to go here, rib chop is out of this world, decadent goose fat potatoes, never had a bad experience in 4 years of patronage

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While Spark's has the best steak in NYC I have to say that for "overall experience" nothing beats The Strip House. The restaurant sports a swanky, sexee decor with the attitude and feeling of a speakeasy. The service my party received on New Year's Eve was top notch and the steak is top notch. I have to give credit where credit is due and stress that the creamed spinach has to be the best in the world. I challenge any human being walking this earth to serve me a better creamed spinach. If you want to impress a date or take a loved one out for a hip evening then go to The Strip House.

2
★★★★★

While Spark's has the best steak in NYC I have to say that for "overall experience" nothing beats The Strip House. The restaurant sports a swanky, sexee decor with the attitude and feeling of a speakeasy. The service my party received on New Year's Eve was top notch and the steak is top notch. I have to give credit where credit is due and stress that the creamed spinach has to be the best in the world. I challenge any human being walking this earth to serve me a better creamed spinach. If you want to impress a date or take a loved one out for a hip evening then go to The Strip House.

Pros: 20 oz. New York Strip and side of Creamed Spinach

Cons: none

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We thought the food was AMAZING at Strip House, with the exception of the Caesar salad, which was way too fishy. The NY Strip was cooked perfectly, and the sides are too die for - we ordered the spinach (best I've ever had) and the Potato Romano (or something like that), which was mashed potatoes covered in cheese. Absolutely delicious. We were too full for dessert, but made room for an after dinner drink, which we took our time with and were not rushed by anyone to finish.

The decor was nice and romantic, but the tables are way too close together and the busboys made us feel rushed (until the end, since it got pretty quiet late night on a Monday). We recommend ordering your apps first and saying you'll order your main dish in a few. Otherwise you'll have no time to digest the delish bread basket and free soup appetizer, and appetizers which come extremely fast.

2
★★★★★

We thought the food was AMAZING at Strip House, with the exception of the Caesar salad, which was way too fishy. The NY Strip was cooked perfectly, and the sides are too die for - we ordered the spinach (best I've ever had) and the Potato Romano (or something like that), which was mashed potatoes covered in cheese. Absolutely delicious. We were too full for dessert, but made room for an after dinner drink, which we took our time with and were not rushed by anyone to finish.

The decor was nice and romantic, but the tables are way too close together and the busboys made us feel rushed (until the end, since it got pretty quiet late night on a Monday). We recommend ordering your apps first and saying you'll order your main dish in a few. Otherwise you'll have no time to digest the delish bread basket and free soup appetizer, and appetizers which come extremely fast.

Pros: Spinach, Potato Romano (or something like that), STEAK!!

Cons: Caesar Salad, No Signature Cocktails

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The Strip House is hands down the greatest steak in NYC. I know people will say "No, Peter Luger's!" - but no. I got the strip steak medium rare and it melted in my mouth. The seafood platter is amazing, the wine selection is great. I HIGHLY recommend coming here. In fact, I may even eat here tonight. 5 stars, easy.

2
★★★★★

The Strip House is hands down the greatest steak in NYC. I know people will say "No, Peter Luger's!" - but no. I got the strip steak medium rare and it melted in my mouth. The seafood platter is amazing, the wine selection is great. I HIGHLY recommend coming here. In fact, I may even eat here tonight. 5 stars, easy.

Pros: Food, ambience

Cons: Expensive, but worth it.

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I would recommend this restaurant to other people. Very good, attentive service, good food and very cozy ambience. I go there pretty often I am a very picky customer. I ordered lobster and clams casino, their cream of mushroom soup is delicious too! It is a little more than what you pay at other places but it is worth its price. 4 stars!

2
★★★★☆

I would recommend this restaurant to other people. Very good, attentive service, good food and very cozy ambience. I go there pretty often I am a very picky customer. I ordered lobster and clams casino, their cream of mushroom soup is delicious too! It is a little more than what you pay at other places but it is worth its price. 4 stars!

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This place was right up there with the best steak in town. The atmosphere is pretty cool, with the red lights and the bar. They have a great scotch and beer selection, including some Belgian Trappist Ales, which are always a good choice. The rib-eye was very flavorful and perfectly cut. The filet mignon was also delicious. I would definitely put the quality of the steaks here on top with Peter Luger, Uncle Jack?s, and Quality Meats. The side dishes were pretty good as well, especially the cream spinach. The only downside of the meal was dessert, which left a lot to be desired. Skip it. Overall, this place is definitely a great place for carnivores everywhere!

2
★★★★★

This place was right up there with the best steak in town. The atmosphere is pretty cool, with the red lights and the bar. They have a great scotch and beer selection, including some Belgian Trappist Ales, which are always a good choice. The rib-eye was very flavorful and perfectly cut. The filet mignon was also delicious. I would definitely put the quality of the steaks here on top with Peter Luger, Uncle Jack?s, and Quality Meats. The side dishes were pretty good as well, especially the cream spinach. The only downside of the meal was dessert, which left a lot to be desired. Skip it. Overall, this place is definitely a great place for carnivores everywhere!

Pros: Steak, Bar, Atmosphere

Cons: Dessert

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I wanted to take my b/f to a nice, romantic place to celebrate his b-day this weekend. After hours of searching CitySearch I came across the "Strip House". I had to almost beg for a Saturday night reservation and when we got there neither one of us were wow'd by anything. The tables are very close to one another and we were seated @ a 2-seater table between two other couples. It was loud and distracting. So much that we were more in tune w/ the couples' loud conversations than we were with our own. I didn't find it romantic at all. I couldn't hear, understand or memorize the entrees the waiter described to us so quickly. Good news though - I was able to hear a few dishes as he described them to the couple we bumped elbows with. They were OUT of the NY Strip Steak which is what I went for and the waiters practically twisted my arm to remove the bread serving from our table even though we hadn't finished with it. With all of this said I still thought the filet mignon & black truffle spinach was very good, just not what I expected for the cost. Great place to go if you like hovering service and prefer not being able to hear your date. "Don't believe the hype"....

1
★★★☆☆

I wanted to take my b/f to a nice, romantic place to celebrate his b-day this weekend. After hours of searching CitySearch I came across the "Strip House". I had to almost beg for a Saturday night reservation and when we got there neither one of us were wow'd by anything. The tables are very close to one another and we were seated @ a 2-seater table between two other couples. It was loud and distracting. So much that we were more in tune w/ the couples' loud conversations than we were with our own. I didn't find it romantic at all. I couldn't hear, understand or memorize the entrees the waiter described to us so quickly. Good news though - I was able to hear a few dishes as he described them to the couple we bumped elbows with. They were OUT of the NY Strip Steak which is what I went for and the waiters practically twisted my arm to remove the bread serving from our table even though we hadn't finished with it. With all of this said I still thought the filet mignon & black truffle spinach was very good, just not what I expected for the cost. Great place to go if you like hovering service and prefer not being able to hear your date. "Don't believe the hype"....

Pros: Nice decor, OK food

Cons: Price

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If you want excellent steak, french fires, amazing creamed spinach, phenomenal crab cakes- wow- it just goes on...go to THIS restaurant... It's so delicious...and the ambiance is amazing. The lighting is not overbearing- and even when it is crowded- you can still hear what is going on at your own table... It's decorations speaks for itself.... I ALWAYS order the Ribeye which, no matter what the cost...I NEVER leave unhappy because it is just so worth it!

I have been to hundreds of well known steakhouses nationally and paid top dollar for some nice cuts- but, I must say, this restaurant is definitely in the top 10 best I've ever eaten at. I ALWAYS take my most important clients to this place - and they are NEVER dissatisfied .

The staff is also very friendly and is always looking to be sure you have exactly what you need

Go to the NY Strip House...You will definitely eat and be merry!

2
★★★★★

If you want excellent steak, french fires, amazing creamed spinach, phenomenal crab cakes- wow- it just goes on...go to THIS restaurant... It's so delicious...and the ambiance is amazing. The lighting is not overbearing- and even when it is crowded- you can still hear what is going on at your own table... It's decorations speaks for itself.... I ALWAYS order the Ribeye which, no matter what the cost...I NEVER leave unhappy because it is just so worth it!

I have been to hundreds of well known steakhouses nationally and paid top dollar for some nice cuts- but, I must say, this restaurant is definitely in the top 10 best I've ever eaten at. I ALWAYS take my most important clients to this place - and they are NEVER dissatisfied .

The staff is also very friendly and is always looking to be sure you have exactly what you need

Go to the NY Strip House...You will definitely eat and be merry!

Pros: lighting, staff, ambiance and FOOD!

Cons: The crowd may seem overbearing when you get there but I've never had to wait longer than 20 minutes...and ANY wait for this place is WORTH IT!!!

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Recently celebrated my husband b-day on Saturday and we were both sadly disappointed. The 1 star is for the cream of spinach which was very good but definitely not worth the $250 price tag for the whole meal. Being to several popular NYC steak places, this by far is the worst steak we have had. I was first interested in the Chateaubriand but the waiter turned his noise down at that and suggested the rib-eye for 2. We usually get the porterhouse for 2 but the waiter had raved about the rib-eye so we decided to get it. When it came it was charred on the outside (which is okay) but inside was still purple when we asked for Medium. Even though we never send things back, we had to on this one. It was definately not cooked inside. The Caesar salad was okay but the shrimp cocktail tasted very fishy. The steak was fatty and the charred outside wasn?t very flavorful. I tried to eat the left over meat but all I could taste was a charred chewy flavorless piece of meat. Keens, Peter Lugar, Mark Joseph and even Ruth Chris are far better than this. Please don?t waste your money here.

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★☆☆☆☆

Recently celebrated my husband b-day on Saturday and we were both sadly disappointed. The 1 star is for the cream of spinach which was very good but definitely not worth the $250 price tag for the whole meal. Being to several popular NYC steak places, this by far is the worst steak we have had. I was first interested in the Chateaubriand but the waiter turned his noise down at that and suggested the rib-eye for 2. We usually get the porterhouse for 2 but the waiter had raved about the rib-eye so we decided to get it. When it came it was charred on the outside (which is okay) but inside was still purple when we asked for Medium. Even though we never send things back, we had to on this one. It was definately not cooked inside. The Caesar salad was okay but the shrimp cocktail tasted very fishy. The steak was fatty and the charred outside wasn?t very flavorful. I tried to eat the left over meat but all I could taste was a charred chewy flavorless piece of meat. Keens, Peter Lugar, Mark Joseph and even Ruth Chris are far better than this. Please don?t waste your money here.

Pros: Cream spinach

Cons: Prices, bad steak, rushed service and small tables on top of each other

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A friend gave me and my boyfriend a gift certificate to this east village steak house. It was our first visit and we were impressed! We were seated promptly and service was flawless. The decor is super-sexy...photos of 1940's strippers and pin-up girl wallpaper, along with intimate lighting made this a nice date spot. Food was fantastic, the kitchen split the salad we shared so beautifully on two seperate plates we were afraid we had ordered two salads! The steaks and lobster were amazing and the cheesecake we had for dessert could have fed a family of six. I would highly recommend this as a romantic alternative to the big old men steak houses (peter lugers, etc...)

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★★★★★

A friend gave me and my boyfriend a gift certificate to this east village steak house. It was our first visit and we were impressed! We were seated promptly and service was flawless. The decor is super-sexy...photos of 1940's strippers and pin-up girl wallpaper, along with intimate lighting made this a nice date spot. Food was fantastic, the kitchen split the salad we shared so beautifully on two seperate plates we were afraid we had ordered two salads! The steaks and lobster were amazing and the cheesecake we had for dessert could have fed a family of six. I would highly recommend this as a romantic alternative to the big old men steak houses (peter lugers, etc...)

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I was truly expecting to have the best steak in the city when me and my companions entered Strip House after hearing and reading all the reviews. I must say not one of us left feeling good about ourselves. The steak was not even close to being the best. Our table had a good variety of orders with alll the meats represented. I had the strip of course and I could not wait to cut into the meat. When it came, I cut a piece and tasted one mediocre steak. Our whole table almost at once looked at each other with disapointment. The steaks were either too salty, peppery, charred, or just plain bad. It wasnt just our table either because the table next to us had a woman who was very upset with her filet. Me and my friends have been to almost all the top of the line steakhouses in the tri state area and i must say this place is not one of them. I dont know if we came on a really off day for this place but if we're paying top of the line prices there shoudlnt be any off days. Otherwise all the reviewers who rave about this place never had a good steak before.

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★★★☆☆

I was truly expecting to have the best steak in the city when me and my companions entered Strip House after hearing and reading all the reviews. I must say not one of us left feeling good about ourselves. The steak was not even close to being the best. Our table had a good variety of orders with alll the meats represented. I had the strip of course and I could not wait to cut into the meat. When it came, I cut a piece and tasted one mediocre steak. Our whole table almost at once looked at each other with disapointment. The steaks were either too salty, peppery, charred, or just plain bad. It wasnt just our table either because the table next to us had a woman who was very upset with her filet. Me and my friends have been to almost all the top of the line steakhouses in the tri state area and i must say this place is not one of them. I dont know if we came on a really off day for this place but if we're paying top of the line prices there shoudlnt be any off days. Otherwise all the reviewers who rave about this place never had a good steak before.

Pros: Great Atmosphere, Great Service

Cons: Very mediocre steak for the money

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I have been here three times now, and although it leaves a dent in my wallet, it is worth it. The decor of the restaurant is very trendy and gives a great vibe to the restaurant. The food is superb, the filet mignon is the best and the sides to get are the mashed potatoes and the creamed corn. They are our of this word. It is hard to save room for dessert, given the amazing bread basket and steak, but the portions are astonomical. Beware, the cheese cake could feed 5 people, it is so huge. Also dont worry if you cant get reservations, there are tables available for walk ins, in the lounge/bar area, which is actaully better than the restaurant. Also, ask for a table agains the wall, or else they'll stick you in a table in the middle of the restaurant.

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★★★★★

I have been here three times now, and although it leaves a dent in my wallet, it is worth it. The decor of the restaurant is very trendy and gives a great vibe to the restaurant. The food is superb, the filet mignon is the best and the sides to get are the mashed potatoes and the creamed corn. They are our of this word. It is hard to save room for dessert, given the amazing bread basket and steak, but the portions are astonomical. Beware, the cheese cake could feed 5 people, it is so huge. Also dont worry if you cant get reservations, there are tables available for walk ins, in the lounge/bar area, which is actaully better than the restaurant. Also, ask for a table agains the wall, or else they'll stick you in a table in the middle of the restaurant.

Pros: Food and ambience

Cons: Price

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I was in New York with my boyfriend and his 17 year old son last weekend (7/21/07) and had dinner at the Striphouse. My NY friend highly recommended the place for its steaks, ambiance (bordello-like setting) and more casual/laid back atmosphere. She assured me that we will not be disappointed. She was right!!! We started out with the juiciest and tastiest shrimp cocktail that I had ever had. The crab cake was crispy on the outside but moist on the inside. My boyfriend ordered the NY steak, I had the ribeye and our 17 yo had the sirloin. We had the goosefat potatoes, creamed spinach with truffles and creamy potatoes. We were so stuffed but our teenager managed to order chocolate profiterole (stuffed with ice cream instead of whipped cream drizzled with chocolate.) Few days later, I am still thinking of that evening at the Striphouse. Our hard to please 17 year old was raving about it the next day. The check including tip and 2 diet cokes cost us $275.00. It's one of those dinners where it was expensive but really worth it and worth remembering. The service was friendly, the place cozy but not stuffy. I will definitely go back next time I visit New York.

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★★★★★

I was in New York with my boyfriend and his 17 year old son last weekend (7/21/07) and had dinner at the Striphouse. My NY friend highly recommended the place for its steaks, ambiance (bordello-like setting) and more casual/laid back atmosphere. She assured me that we will not be disappointed. She was right!!! We started out with the juiciest and tastiest shrimp cocktail that I had ever had. The crab cake was crispy on the outside but moist on the inside. My boyfriend ordered the NY steak, I had the ribeye and our 17 yo had the sirloin. We had the goosefat potatoes, creamed spinach with truffles and creamy potatoes. We were so stuffed but our teenager managed to order chocolate profiterole (stuffed with ice cream instead of whipped cream drizzled with chocolate.) Few days later, I am still thinking of that evening at the Striphouse. Our hard to please 17 year old was raving about it the next day. The check including tip and 2 diet cokes cost us $275.00. It's one of those dinners where it was expensive but really worth it and worth remembering. The service was friendly, the place cozy but not stuffy. I will definitely go back next time I visit New York.

Pros: Steak, sides, dessert, ambience, service

Cons: Can't think of any!!! Expensive?

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We went last Friday to celebrate a birthday and I have to give credit where it is due--the steaks were delicious. Definitely the closest we have to the "gold standard" of Peter Lugers here in Manhattan. My reason for only 3 stars is twofold--the prices were insane. Without spluging, we spend $100.00 each before tip. Yeah, the room is cool, and the atmosphere is great, and I'm not cheap, but that's a lot of money for steak, especially when it comes to my 2nd reason--be prepared for the most rushed service--I felt like they really wanted us out of there. The waiter wanted to tell us the specials as we were sitting down! Don't put down your fork during dinner, as a busboy will try and take your plate. They never even tried to sell us a second bottle of wine. There is a line between attentive service and overbearing service and they definitely crossed the line. I was really uncomfortable. So go for the food, and chew fast.

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★★★☆☆

We went last Friday to celebrate a birthday and I have to give credit where it is due--the steaks were delicious. Definitely the closest we have to the "gold standard" of Peter Lugers here in Manhattan. My reason for only 3 stars is twofold--the prices were insane. Without spluging, we spend $100.00 each before tip. Yeah, the room is cool, and the atmosphere is great, and I'm not cheap, but that's a lot of money for steak, especially when it comes to my 2nd reason--be prepared for the most rushed service--I felt like they really wanted us out of there. The waiter wanted to tell us the specials as we were sitting down! Don't put down your fork during dinner, as a busboy will try and take your plate. They never even tried to sell us a second bottle of wine. There is a line between attentive service and overbearing service and they definitely crossed the line. I was really uncomfortable. So go for the food, and chew fast.

Pros: steak was delicious, sides were wonderful

Cons: very rushed service, pricey

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Bar none, the best steak I've ever had. Went for my bf's birthday and was an amazing experience. So much so that I almost forgot that we had to wait 45 minutes after our reservation time until we were seated because they were behind schedule. But at least they gave us free drinks while we were waiting. The food is incredible. I loved the filet and he had the strip, both of which were amazing. The goose fat potato was fantastic and the spinach was amazing. The most impressive thing was that they wrote happy birthday in chocolate on the dessert plate and I didn't even remind them that it was a birthday dinner. I was quite impressed. Service was spectacular and again, the food, amazing. Interesting interior though. Oh, and the cheesecake took us about 3 meals to finish. It's gigantic. Next time I'm going to try the 24-layer chocolate cake. I can't wait. And it wasn't even all that pricey ($175 for 2 of us, including steak, a bottle of wine, wides, and a dessert).

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★★★★★

Bar none, the best steak I've ever had. Went for my bf's birthday and was an amazing experience. So much so that I almost forgot that we had to wait 45 minutes after our reservation time until we were seated because they were behind schedule. But at least they gave us free drinks while we were waiting. The food is incredible. I loved the filet and he had the strip, both of which were amazing. The goose fat potato was fantastic and the spinach was amazing. The most impressive thing was that they wrote happy birthday in chocolate on the dessert plate and I didn't even remind them that it was a birthday dinner. I was quite impressed. Service was spectacular and again, the food, amazing. Interesting interior though. Oh, and the cheesecake took us about 3 meals to finish. It's gigantic. Next time I'm going to try the 24-layer chocolate cake. I can't wait. And it wasn't even all that pricey ($175 for 2 of us, including steak, a bottle of wine, wides, and a dessert).

Pros: FOOD, service, atmosphere

Cons: seated 45 mins after reservation

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I went to Strip House for the first time this past Sunday night with my husband and let me tell you this place did not dissapoint! The Black Truffle Creamed Spinach was out of this world and my Filet Mignon was cooked to perfection...it melted in my mouth. Our waiter was outstanding, he offered attentive service without hovering or making us feel rushed. They also have an extenisve and impressive wine list. You don't have to break the bank on a bottle of wine to get a nice bottle. The atmosphere was dark and sexy...(I would highly recommend for a date) . Overall it was an outstanding experience, worth every penny. :)

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★★★★★

I went to Strip House for the first time this past Sunday night with my husband and let me tell you this place did not dissapoint! The Black Truffle Creamed Spinach was out of this world and my Filet Mignon was cooked to perfection...it melted in my mouth. Our waiter was outstanding, he offered attentive service without hovering or making us feel rushed. They also have an extenisve and impressive wine list. You don't have to break the bank on a bottle of wine to get a nice bottle. The atmosphere was dark and sexy...(I would highly recommend for a date) . Overall it was an outstanding experience, worth every penny. :)

Pros: FOOD, SERVICE, ATMOSPHERE

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The strip steak I had was delicious and perfectly made. It was tender and flavorful, although the salt & pepper rub was a bit heavy on the pepper side. Even with that in mind, it was still mighty good. Upon approaching full in my "stomach tank," I couldn't bear to not finish that wonderful piece of meat.

We tried 3 of their sides, which were a lot more appealing than their appetizers: creamed spinach (a must try), goose fat potatoes (wasn't that impressed) and the sauteed mushrooms (a bit too salty, but otherwise good).

Needless to say, we did not have room for dessert.....but we were curious and ended up ordering one to share. Skip dessert. Focus on the steak. And be prepared to pay $$$$ for it.

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★★★★☆

The strip steak I had was delicious and perfectly made. It was tender and flavorful, although the salt & pepper rub was a bit heavy on the pepper side. Even with that in mind, it was still mighty good. Upon approaching full in my "stomach tank," I couldn't bear to not finish that wonderful piece of meat.

We tried 3 of their sides, which were a lot more appealing than their appetizers: creamed spinach (a must try), goose fat potatoes (wasn't that impressed) and the sauteed mushrooms (a bit too salty, but otherwise good).

Needless to say, we did not have room for dessert.....but we were curious and ended up ordering one to share. Skip dessert. Focus on the steak. And be prepared to pay $$$$ for it.

Pros: The strip steak

Cons: Pricey

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What an amazing place. Went with a mid sized group of people and when we arrived our table wasnt ready but we were not expecting it to be. Anyways, well worth the wait. One of the best steak houses I have been too and I have been to many. The goosefat potatoes were out of this world.

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★★★★★

What an amazing place. Went with a mid sized group of people and when we arrived our table wasnt ready but we were not expecting it to be. Anyways, well worth the wait. One of the best steak houses I have been too and I have been to many. The goosefat potatoes were out of this world.

Pros: Unbelievable

Cons: Pricey

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The worst service I have ever had. The waiter would barely stop at our table. He treated us like we were in line at a deli at lunch hour rush. I have nothing to say about the service nor the food. It was average.

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★☆☆☆☆

The worst service I have ever had. The waiter would barely stop at our table. He treated us like we were in line at a deli at lunch hour rush. I have nothing to say about the service nor the food. It was average.

Pros: none

Cons: I went there

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Just had dinner at the Strip House. For the most part, it was great. We started with the Bibb Salad, Ceasar Salad, Lobster Bisque and Fois Gras. Both salads were very good, the Bisque was incredibly rich and delicious, and the Fois Gras was very good spread on the toasted bread they provided. Then the steaks came - Bone-in Rib-Eye was cooked perfectly, and delicous. We also got the Filet, which was top-notch. The lamb chops were also good. If you go - do yourself a favor and get the Rib Eye (although i am sure the Strip is fantastic, haven't tried it yet). The Sides were good, not great: Creamed Corn (best of the bunch), Potatoes in goose fat (good), Crispy Onion Strings (pretty weak actually - greasy and not as crisp and light as they should be) and finally French Fries, which were excellent. Overall - a great dinner, forget about Angelo Maxies, this is my new spot. VERY expensive. Bill came to $450 for 4 of us (one $50 bottle of wine included).

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★★★★★

Just had dinner at the Strip House. For the most part, it was great. We started with the Bibb Salad, Ceasar Salad, Lobster Bisque and Fois Gras. Both salads were very good, the Bisque was incredibly rich and delicious, and the Fois Gras was very good spread on the toasted bread they provided. Then the steaks came - Bone-in Rib-Eye was cooked perfectly, and delicous. We also got the Filet, which was top-notch. The lamb chops were also good. If you go - do yourself a favor and get the Rib Eye (although i am sure the Strip is fantastic, haven't tried it yet). The Sides were good, not great: Creamed Corn (best of the bunch), Potatoes in goose fat (good), Crispy Onion Strings (pretty weak actually - greasy and not as crisp and light as they should be) and finally French Fries, which were excellent. Overall - a great dinner, forget about Angelo Maxies, this is my new spot. VERY expensive. Bill came to $450 for 4 of us (one $50 bottle of wine included).

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You enter into the bar area first, which gives a lower ES lounge-y feel. Then you see you are also in the dining room, which is warmly decorated in rich, vibrant red with framed pictures all around. You will be seduced by the atmosphere...
Ah, but wait until you eat! We were each served a complimentary "shot" of celery and potato soup. It was surprisingly light yet silky rich and really nice on a cold day. Then the 3 of us shared a bibb salad (excellent marriage of stilton and bacon against a canvas of bibb and thinly sliced red onions), the 40 oz ribeye special (medium rare was "cooked" closer to rare - I was LOVING THAT, since I prefer my meat freshly dead), and 3 sides - creamed spinach (perfection!), goose fat potatoes (potatoes cooked in a "mold" w/crispy edges from the goosefat - mmmmm!), and the creamy corn with panchetta (had a rich polenta-texture w/bits of corn kernel and perfectly seasoned with ever-so-slight heat ). As the description suggested, we split a profiterole... a big popover-like creation stuffed with 2 decadent types of chocolate ice cream (or was it sorbet?) and generously drizzled with a rich chocolate sauce. Gooey simplicity, tastefully sinful. That and a cup of coffee (tea for my friends) topped off our evening. Almost needed a wheelbarrow to get me out the door - ALMOST... !

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★★★★★

You enter into the bar area first, which gives a lower ES lounge-y feel. Then you see you are also in the dining room, which is warmly decorated in rich, vibrant red with framed pictures all around. You will be seduced by the atmosphere...
Ah, but wait until you eat! We were each served a complimentary "shot" of celery and potato soup. It was surprisingly light yet silky rich and really nice on a cold day. Then the 3 of us shared a bibb salad (excellent marriage of stilton and bacon against a canvas of bibb and thinly sliced red onions), the 40 oz ribeye special (medium rare was "cooked" closer to rare - I was LOVING THAT, since I prefer my meat freshly dead), and 3 sides - creamed spinach (perfection!), goose fat potatoes (potatoes cooked in a "mold" w/crispy edges from the goosefat - mmmmm!), and the creamy corn with panchetta (had a rich polenta-texture w/bits of corn kernel and perfectly seasoned with ever-so-slight heat ). As the description suggested, we split a profiterole... a big popover-like creation stuffed with 2 decadent types of chocolate ice cream (or was it sorbet?) and generously drizzled with a rich chocolate sauce. Gooey simplicity, tastefully sinful. That and a cup of coffee (tea for my friends) topped off our evening. Almost needed a wheelbarrow to get me out the door - ALMOST... !

Pros: Mouth-watering steaks, lively ambiance, ATTENTIVE SERVICE - steakhouse PERFECTION!

Cons: NOT CHEAP -could EASILY spend a good chunk of your paycheck here!

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I've been to many steak houses in NYC including Sparks, Peter Lugers, and the Palm. Out of all those places, Strip House has the best steak. It is a great place for a date or a family experience (without kids) and the waiters are helpful and friendly. The service is top notch (I was shocked to see other people here saying the service was not good, that must have been an anomaly) and has been every time I have been there (about 6). The worst part of Strip House is their sides and appetizers aren't amazing. They are still very good, but not amazing - like the steak is. Strip House also has an enormous wine menu in which you can get a relatively reasonable priced bottle of wine. The cheapest bottle on the menu is about $35 and is very good. When we asked about that bottle the waiter said he didn't know that bottle but after asking the bartender, assured us it would be very good (instead of suggesting a more expensive bottle). And he was right.

I will say that although Strip House has the best steak in the city, my favorite steak house is Sparks because I like their sides and appetizers better and their steak is damn close. You can't go wrong with Lugers either and given that I have only been their once, I'd like to try it again to see if everyone else is right, and I'm wrong, that their steak is the best. Either way, I guarentee that, besides the bill, you will be extremely impressed with Strip House.

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★★★★★

I've been to many steak houses in NYC including Sparks, Peter Lugers, and the Palm. Out of all those places, Strip House has the best steak. It is a great place for a date or a family experience (without kids) and the waiters are helpful and friendly. The service is top notch (I was shocked to see other people here saying the service was not good, that must have been an anomaly) and has been every time I have been there (about 6). The worst part of Strip House is their sides and appetizers aren't amazing. They are still very good, but not amazing - like the steak is. Strip House also has an enormous wine menu in which you can get a relatively reasonable priced bottle of wine. The cheapest bottle on the menu is about $35 and is very good. When we asked about that bottle the waiter said he didn't know that bottle but after asking the bartender, assured us it would be very good (instead of suggesting a more expensive bottle). And he was right.

I will say that although Strip House has the best steak in the city, my favorite steak house is Sparks because I like their sides and appetizers better and their steak is damn close. You can't go wrong with Lugers either and given that I have only been their once, I'd like to try it again to see if everyone else is right, and I'm wrong, that their steak is the best. Either way, I guarentee that, besides the bill, you will be extremely impressed with Strip House.

Pros: Best steak in town, excellent waiters and service

Cons: Expensive - even for a steak house. Their sides are a 4 out of 5.

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After we showed up on time for my B-day dinner, my friend and I were forced to wait for exactly an hour and never heard an apology. In fact, the hostess kept acting like we were lucky to even be there. My steak arrived well done, although I specifically ordered it medium-rare. The waiter was so determined to take away my plate before I was finished, that I finally said, "Ok, fine, take it if you want it so badly", after he made three attempts to grab it from under my hands. This was not an experience worth $200!

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★☆☆☆☆

After we showed up on time for my B-day dinner, my friend and I were forced to wait for exactly an hour and never heard an apology. In fact, the hostess kept acting like we were lucky to even be there. My steak arrived well done, although I specifically ordered it medium-rare. The waiter was so determined to take away my plate before I was finished, that I finally said, "Ok, fine, take it if you want it so badly", after he made three attempts to grab it from under my hands. This was not an experience worth $200!

Pros: hm... nice pictures on the walls...

Cons: service, price, noise, overcooked food

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I was working late and didnt realize I forgot my house keys until I got home, I called the locksmith and it was so much easier than I expected it was such good service I absolutely recommend them!

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★★★★★

I was working late and didnt realize I forgot my house keys until I got home, I called the locksmith and it was so much easier than I expected it was such good service I absolutely recommend them!

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★★★★☆

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i know it's a steakhouse, but the chilled seafood tier appetizer is wonderful. the oysters and shrimp and...

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★★★★★

i know it's a steakhouse, but the chilled seafood tier appetizer is wonderful. the oysters and shrimp and...

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A sultry steakhouse in New York City where old-world glamour meets modern style and sophistication. Experience the combination of charred cuts perfectly paired with decadent sides, such as Truffle Creamed Spinach and Goose Fat Potatoes. And be sure to save room for the famed 24-Layer Chocolate Cake.

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