Strip House

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Strip House
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This village location boasts an extensive menu that is only outdone by (and barely) by its boys club mod decor. Each dish is carefully crafted by global chefs that prepare each steak with a flamboyant Strip House signature. Start off with the Steak Tartare ($21). This pocket-sized hand-cut filet mignon hits you with a punch of horseradish-egg yolk jam, pickled red pearl onion and cornichon.

After you're done with the tartare, take on the classic New York Strip 16 oz. ($53) and the Filet Mignon Strip 8 oz. ($50). The New York Strip is called a classic for obvious reasons. This well-prepared dish is chewy when asked for medium rare and filled with flavor. The Filet Mignon is the winner here with a tenderness that rivals a newborn. Each bite will take you to steak heaven and make you doubt the authenticity of veganism.

Side both steaks with the Strip House Potatoes ($13), Sautéed Wild Mushrooms ($14) and Mac & Cheese ($13). Each side mirrors the success of its master companion. Top off your night and unbutton your top button with the Strip House Signature 24-Layer Chocolate Cake ($18). This exaggerated piece of cake boasts 24-layers of chocolate goodness. The Strip House Steakhouse is probably not aligned with your low-carb diet, but it will make your tummy happy. 

BY TIME OUT COMMUNITY REVIEWER: EMY RODRIGUEZ

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Venue name: Strip House
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Address: 13 E 12th St
New York
10003
Cross street: between Fifth Ave and University Pl
Opening hours: Mon, Sun 5–10pm; Tue-Thu 5-11pm; Fri, Sat 5–11:30pm
Transport: Subway: L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average main course: $48. AmEx, MC, V
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Strip House is a place that I like to go to for dinner just so I can tell people I'm going to Strip House and they give me confused looks. Don't be fooled by the saucy name though ,this place delivers some mean food. Steak is dry aged and full of flavor. I ordered the strip (haha) and truffled creamed spinach with potato gratin. All was sooo good. The thing that blew me away was the lobster bisque. I talked about that for daysssss. It was so creamy and savory with a chunk of lobster and couscous on the bottom it was hands down the best lobster bisque I ever had. I order it for an appetizer every time we go. We also had the 24 layer chocolate cake and man, it was a LOT of chocolate. Chocolate on chocolate on chocolate. If you like chocolate, definitely order this. It was huge though, even between two people we had to take more than half home. The restaurant is also dim and ruby red themed, very "strip house" themed feel. I dug it. Ambiance great, food great, staff great. A great dinner experience.


This dinner is SUPER expensive and completely worth it. The dry aged steak cuts blew my mind, and so did the truffled creamed spinach. Each steak comes with a perfectly carmelized garlic clove on the side which is the most amazing, decadent touch. It's really perfect. Food wise, skip the specialty tiered chocolate cake. I could have done without that. Also, the decor is on point. We loved our meal.


Old speak easy where all the opera stars hung out and exercised their vocal chores just for the fun of it. Scantily clad, glamorous artists covered the walls with sexy red shades tinting the whole room. Friendly service with delicious steaks and fine wine. Very expensive dinner €350 for two but the experience was enjoyed as a treat!


My favorite steak joint in the city!I love this place and love that it is a walk away from my apartment!The scene feels like you’ve stepped back into time, the décor is perfect, the cocktails amazing, the seafood is phenomenal and the steaks are also fantastic.This place has the right mix of great service, traditional setting, great food and great vibe, definitely make a point to go here!

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My husband and I frequent Strip House as it’s just around the corner from our home. Because we usually dine at the bar (the bartender is great!), we’ve almost never had to wait for seating. I am not a meat connoisseur by any means, but judging by my husband’s enthusiasm and my tastebuds, the steak here is pretty great. We usually share a slab of steak because the cuts are generous. I ALWAYS ALWAYS order their sautéed wild mushrooms. They are like crack to me. Other favorites of ours include the bacon, tuna tartare, beet salad and mac & cheese.


I've heard the arguments about Luger's and I'm just not subscribing to it.  Strip House has the best filet mignon that I have ever had.  Yes, I know that the Porterhouse has more flavor and blah, blah, blah.  Never once have I had anything shy of an absolutely succulent piece of beef.  The red bordello like ambiance adds to the name along with the playful silhouettes of nude women on the napkins.  Creamed spinach with truffle oil is a fantastic side.  If you really need more meat, get the bacon salad as a start.  I've heard the seafood choices are quite tasty as well, but I have yet to try any.  They have a rich wine list, emphasis on rich, but you can find a moderately priced red to wash down your feast.