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  • Found Strip House as part of the restaurant week list of restaurants and was not thoroughly impressed enough to come back. Expectations were not as high, because let's face it, restaurant week specials/service is always a hit or miss. Debated between a 3 or 4 star rating, but ultimately ended up with 3 based on the following:

    Pros:
    Dessert- My bf and I love chocolate cake so obviously this the reason we picked this spot. As the highlight of Strip House, we found the cake to be delicious, filling and not too sweet. In my opinion it was too cold so it needed more time out the fridge.  However, it did not take away from the fudge flavor. Also, the slice could've easily fed 3 people.

    Entrees- We ordered the Cod and the petit filet. It didn't look like either was on the regular menu and the portions were fairly small given that it was RW. The Cod was a little on the salty side and had a sweet-tangy sauce, however the crispy flesh made up for the salty aftertaste. It also wasn't served with veggies or a starch so you're basically just eating fish. The petit filet was tender and paired well with a peppercorn sauce that highlighted the flavor. Served alongside some asparagus, if it's any indication of what the regular steak options are I'd come back.

    Appetizers- So here things get tricky. The flavor on the salmon tartare reminded me of poke and had good flavor, plus paired well with crispy fried veggie chips. The watermelon salad was suppose to be charred, but was definitely not. The saving grace of appetizer was the warm complimentary bread and the pretzel served with soft butter. Technically not what we signed up for, but it made up later on during dinner when I didn't have a side for my fish.

    Cons:
    Drinks- I played it safe with the NZ Sauvignon Blanc, but only had a glass as I was not particularly inclined to order more. My Bf ordered from the cocktail menu, and let me just echo some of the reviews of it being watered down! It was like drinking water and a splash of simple sugar.

    Service- I hate to do this, but I must. Not sure if the staff was just bored with RW guests, shell shocked after returning to high traffic post Covid, but goodness! We had the most awkward interaction before ordering drinks, we had just received the menus and mentioned it and he just stood there awkwardly waiting for our order. Secondly, flagging them down was damn near impossible. I wanted a cafe au lait to accompany my slice of cake and found myself waiting 5-10m until I received attention. I guess the dinner time rush came in, but it just didn't feel as hospitable as I imagine a steakhouse to be. Usually steakhouses have seasoned veterans who are kind, helpful and on point, so I was a little unimpressed.

    The decor and cozy vibes were great for a date night, especially our little booth tucked in the corner, but it may be a while before I return... unless it's for the cake. The cake yes.

    Business owner information

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    8/18/2021

    Hi Gavie. Thank you for choosing to dine with us, as we know you could have chosen anywhere to enjoy your meal. We are always looking for ways to improve and would appreciate any feedback you would be willing to provide at the link below.
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  • I dined at strip house on Monday June 28th 2021 from 6pm to 7:30pm. Due to the proximity of my buiness across the street from. Strip house. We normally attend Kelari but decided on strip house.. The Bartender spitfly fully threw beer in my face; I did nothing wrong. I was not rude I was polite, the service was horrible I still tip. I am pretty sure it was racism.

    My guest can verify the incident.

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    7/6/2021

    Hi, Daniel. We take matters like this very seriously and would like to look into this further. Please see your direct messages for further direction.

  • Very disappointing experience. I came here with two family members for the restaurant week menu. We ordered the crab cake starter off of the regular menu. It was $22 for one small crab cake. Pretty crazy. My sister ordered the sangria and it was tasty but also a fairly small portion and watered down with too much ice. In general this place is way over-priced. For my appetizer, I had the charred watermelon salad. It did not have any smoky, charred flavor and the pairing with mozzarella and cucumbers was quite odd. The watermelon was also cut too thick and would've been better in thin slices to get more of the balsamic. For my main, I had the gnocchi. It was mushy. I didn't care for the flavor. It only had about 2 mushrooms in it. The grilled lemon cake for dessert was fine but I wish it didn't have the chocolate sauce drizzle. My family also got the burger and said it was average and the miso cod which was too salty. We also had the chocolate cake which is giant and impressive looking but nothing special. The best part of the meal was the warm bread and soft pretzels. The waitstaff were also not attentive and it was impossible to flag them down to get pepper, more water, and the check. I know restaurant week meals can be hit or miss but this one was awful. Though the ambiance of the restaurant is kind of a cool, swanky classic New York vibe, I will not be back.

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    8/14/2021

    Hi Maggie. We are sorry to hear about this experience. Would you please follow the link below to provide us with just a few more pieces of info? We would like to look into these issues further. Thank you. ms.spr.ly/62038nLsgI

  • Stellar steak. Stellar setting. You won't be disappointed. If you've been to the one on 12th this one is just as good. Prices are high but that's to be expected at a swanky manhattan place like this. Sides and apps were fantastic and live up to the steakhouse lore. Ambiance is cool and never stuffy. Dessert is amazing.

  • Really enjoyed our meal here. This steakhouse reminds me of old Hollywood glam. Service is on point and so is the food. My boyfriend and I joined some friends here for dinner and shared oysters, burratta, ribeye, filet, Mac and cheese and ended our meal with some really good desserts.

    Photo of Strip House - New York, NY, United States. Signature 24 Layer Chocolate Cake Key West Lime Pie Oreo crust cheesecake

    Signature 24 Layer Chocolate Cake Key West Lime Pie Oreo crust cheesecake

  • Sexy, hot, fun place. Lots of nooks and crannies. Like a Turkish Bazaar!

    Did I mention sexy?

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    Photo of Strip House - New York, NY, United States. View from the bar. Never have my back to it!

    View from the bar. Never have my back to it!

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Strip House - Downtown

  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

    2 years ago5 people found this helpful

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  • Last month, we reserved for a party of six for 6:30 pm on a Saturday evening.  Four of us arrived on time, while two were running about fifteen minutes behind due to traffic issues.  Upon arrival, we were told the restaurant wouldn't seat us until all members of our party were present.  We told them we would like to be seated and to begin ordering appetizers and drinks; the two remaining members of our group would be arriving shortly.  The  maitre d refused.

    When we complained that, due to health issues, one member of our party needed to eat, they offered to send out an appetizer while we waited.  Such an offer only compounded our irritation, as there was no tableside  seating for consuming that appetizer, which would have made their offer both messy and uncomfortable to accept.  Such a patronizing approach served only to emphasize that the patrons of the establishment are not regarded or respected.

    As for the food and service:  food quality was mediocre for a restaurant supposedly of high caliber, and service was spotty.  Several appetizers were ordered, as were entrees that included steaks as well as seafood.  Steaks were not of the quality expected.  Deserts were ordered following the meal, none being outstanding.  Other comparably rated restaurants in New York City, as well as Peter Luger's in Great Neck and The River Palm in New Jersey, have been notably better in both, food and service.  

    If you're looking for a pleasant evening out with quality that meets or exceeds your expectations, this is not the place to go.  Furthermore, to have a policy that ignores the needs and fails to respect the concerns of your customers by penalizing all because of traffic in a city like New York reflects a demoralizing stance towards your customer base.  New York City has many wonderful culinary options; for the money you would spend here, go elsewhere to enjoy a fine dining experience at every level!  Surely you'll appreciate a meal even more without an amuse of rudeness offered to start.

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    BR Guest H.

    Business Customer Service

    1/13/2016

    Dear Robbie K.,

    We would like to apologize for your recent dining experience at Strip House 12th Street.  Could you please let us know the exact date you dined with us as well as the name the reservation was under? All of this information will help us with investigating the issues that you have brought to our attention.

    Please, respond  to me at [email protected]… so that I may have the opportunity to follow up with you.

    Once again my apologies, and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Yasmin Silvera
    BR Guest Restaurants
    Quality Assurance Associate

  • The steak is good.  Should try.
    They usually overcook a bit.  Medium well will equal to well done

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  • Unbelievable steak! I've tried some of the other notable steakhouses in New York and strip house is by far my favorite. Highly recommend the bone-in ribeye and truffled cream spinach. If you're not feeling steak, I'd just go for the 24 layer cake.

  • WORST STEAK HOUSE EVER!!!!! How are they still in business? You want a list of all the best steak houses in NY here they are: TOP 10 UNDENIABLE

    1) Peter Lugers
    2) Keens Steak House
    3) Old Homestead
    4) Smith and Wollensky
    5) 21 Club
    6) Ruth's Chris
    7) Capital Grill
    8) Ben and Jacks
    9) Sparks
    10) Del Friscos

    Seriously this place has two locations one on 12 street and one on 44 street and they are both beyond terrible and this place literally is on the SAME LEVEL AS THE OUTBACK just with a more expensive menu. Wow I am really beginning to think you can service certain people shi* on a plate and they will eat it.

    I am a NATIVE NEW YORKER and anyone who has a refined palate and from an area where they don't wear cowboy boots and plaid will agree with this review wholeheartedly.

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    BR Guest H.

    Business Customer Service

    11/16/2015

    Dear Mr. Dan H.,

    We would like to apologize for the dining experience that you had at Strip House 12th Street. We would like to hear more about your dining experience. Could you please email us at [email protected]…. We would like to know the food items that you had. Also if you could please provide us with your check number and the date that you dined with us. All of this information will assist us in looking into the issues that you have brought to our attention.

    Once again our apologies, and we hope to hear from you soon.

    DuQuan Robinson
    BR Guest Hospitality
    Quality Assurance Manager

  • Come on guys, like I can afford a lap dance in Manhattan! To clear up any confusion, just like Beaver Choice in good ole' AZ, Strip House is NOT a strip club. It is only one of the oldest, coolest steak houses in New York.

    As an enthusiastic carnivore, my visit to Strip House taught me that we West Coast dwellers have a LOT to learn about a good steak!

    Let's start of with the atmosphere. I knew I was in for a treat when I entered the intimately lit dining room decked out in red. I am a SUCKER for old school, red leather booths so they had me, hook line and sinker within 10 seconds of my walking in the door.

    I was seated and promptly greeted by my server who was cordial, friendly and professional all at once. Throughout my whole meal I felt like I was looked after by an army of servers who made sure that my drinks were filled and that I was a happy camper. It was amazing to be looked after so well and by so many people without it being the least bit obtrusive or annoying.

    I started with a Caesar salad which was delicious: the perfect fusion of fresh romaine, hearty but not heavy dressing, parmesan and of course some yummy little fishies.

    I opted for the special, which was a 12-ounce bone-in filet mignon. I've been to a few high-end steak houses in my day and I have NEVER had a bone-in filet. So I kind of felt small and inadequate and like a bad meat-lover. Needless to say I had to overcome this handicap so I ordered it with great eagerness and anticipation.

    I was NOT disappointed. It was served blackened and crisp on the outside but oh so delightfully tender and juicy on the inside. I could practically pick the meat off the bone with my fork.  And to top off my bliss, my server got the chef to prepare some fresh garlic mashed potatos. I LOVE garlic mashed potatoes but sadly so many places serve such utter shit.

    Not the case, the potatoes were lightly fluffy and creamy and mixed in with fresh roasted garlic. Only one other time in my life have I had such heavely garlic mash.  Seriously as good as it gets. I accompanied this with a delightful pinot noir.

    Against my better judgement I ordered New York Cheesecake for desert. It was smooth and creamy but alas I could only force half of it down before I was fully spent. Just too much damned good food.

    While I still don't know if I could ever live in New York, experiences like these make me reconsider. I know that my tummy and tastebuds would move here in a heartbeat.

    I envy all of the folks who do live in New York who can come here whenever they want. Even if I lived here I wouldn't take a place like this for granted, Since I don't live here I can add Strip House to my places for special occasions and let it embody New York living in my mind.

    Whether you're local or not and haven't been here you're in for a remarkable dining experience.

  • The food was amazing and staff was very friendly and welcoming. Would definitely recommend this place for anyone who has money. Everything was incredibly elegant and the fanciest dinner I have yet to have.

  • I absolutely LOVE the ambiance of this place.  It's super dark and everything is red.  Very sexy.  The service was incredible and on par with their pricing.  The bacon appetizer was a let down.  It was extremely fatty and kinda burnt.  The bacon was more than 50% fat.  I had to spit out a bite.  Yuck.  My filet mignon, however, was excellent and cooked perfectly medium well.  But I found the bone-in rib-eye to be chewy and a bit fatty.  The brussel sprouts were delicious.  They tasted fresh, and had some chopped pears (?) mixed in.  The creamed spinach is very decadent and rich, but it is a must-try. It goes perfectly with the steak.  We also got the french fries, which were delicious, crispy and garlicky, but had no room in my stomach left to eat them.  I would definitely return here, but it would have to be for a special occasion.  Dinner for two ran us $250.

    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Rib eye
    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Filet mignon
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Strip House - Downtown

  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

    2 years ago5 people found this helpful

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  • This is the place to come if you're hungry. The food is consistently good quality, served in generous portions, and the ambience is great.

    Why I give it a 4 and not a 5 is that the service is trying to upsell you constantly. "Don't you want 2 starters instead of 1 - how about the bacon" .... granted the bacon was great but throughout whole meal - app, entre, dessert - she made me feel like a subpar orderers.

    Now back to the meal ... for starters we had the steak tartar and the bacon, both solid. Next, a perfectly cooked and seasoned 20 Oz. Bone-In Rib Eye with potato gratin, creamed spinach, and Mac & cheese. All three sides were as rich and velvety as you would expect. Last, we finished with a brownie dessert that was standard.

    There is nothing unique about the menu or the flavor profiles if that is what you are seeking. However if you want a solid steakhouse with good vibe and wine list, you should come. I certainly will be back.

  • We came here at 9:45pm on a monday night right at closing. Fortunately, they seated us.

    We got seated near the kitchen which was convenient and we went in knowing what to order.

    For a Monday night, this place was super busy and there were a lot of birthdays being celebrated. I would say this location has a similar ambiance setup to the midtown location but is a little more casual in terms of attire.

    The steak was delicious as usual. We had the bone in ribeye and the one without the bone. I wish there was an option for a slightly smaller size. We ordered a side for creamed spinach but was unable to finish it because the steaks were so filling.

  • This place is very over priced relative to the whole experience from food and wine to service and atmosphere. We had a 5pm reservation and let them know we needed to leave by 7pm. Despite this we were seated in the noisy bar area, while the restaurant was empty, and had to listen to the bar set up along with the staff chatting as they all congregate at the bar area. In particular the one manager/hostess who was talking at high volume the whole time was super inappropriate and irritating. The bread is ok, not great. The ceaser salad was bland and boring, not worth finishing, the goose fat potatoes were luke warm with little flavor. Our entrees were ok. Our waiter was attentive but poorly trained, felt more like an Applebee's than a $600 dinner. The busboys were ridiculous, hovering over us constantly and rushing to clear our plates before we were even finished. As we were trying to leave one busboy obstructed my husband from leaving to clear the table.
    Horrible experience overall with bland food, over priced wine, gauche service - we'll never return

  • Second visit to Stip House and a second five-star experience. Service was once again very attentive with a lot of teamwork, and the server gave us plenty of time to make decisions.  The drinks were very good, and my dad particularly enjoyed his  Sauvignon Blanc (ordered by the glass.) The Bibb Lettuce Salad was again simply excellent--fresh and full of taste. My wife's and my filets came out well prepared, and my dad's Linguini and Clams were delicious.  

    This is one of our favorite restaurants in Manhattan.  An unpretentious, classy, intimate and tasty place for steak lovers. The prices are typical for steakhouses in Manhattan, and while we couldn't afford dinner here every week, it's a great spot for a special occasion.

    My wife and I are fans of steakhouses and have been slowly visiting ones in Manhattan since moving to the NYC area three years ago. Our meal tonight at Strip House was the best we have had in a steakhouse in the city.

    The decor is intimate and romantic (although with the tables stuck together quite closely, don't expect to have a private conversation across the table.)  The music soundtrack was fun and kept at a reasonable volume, and even when the place got crowded, it never became noisy or unpleasant as can be the case in some NYC restaurants.  

    Service was superior. The servers didn't rush us, and the pacing of the meal was good.

    The Bibb Lettuce Salad and special mozzarella and heirloom tomato appetizer were both fresh and tasty.  We both loved our filets, which were tender and cooked well. The preparation was terrific, with a gently and salty crust on top.  The Strip House serves its special steak sauce, but the ketchup-like sauce was not necessary for the tender and juicy cuts--in fact, I found it a little overpowering for the excellent stakes. And the Strip House potatoes were very rich and tasty, with one serving being more than two of us could finish.

    If we had one minor complaint, it would be the cheesecake. It is a ridiculously large serving but, while tasty, lacked the flare of the rest of the meal. The oversized slice was served with a tiny dribbling of fruit sauce, and a little more would have improved the dessert.

    This isn't an inexpensive spot to eat, but for us, the service, food and ambiance delivered an upscale experience for the upscale price.

  • I've been to quite a few steakhouses around NYC, but this was definitely one of the more meh/average experiences I've had.

    We tried the following:
    -Jumbo crab cake: This was delicious and easily shareable between two people. I wasn't a big fan of the purple potatoes it came with though, it had absolutely no flavor.
    -NY Strip (16 oz): Not bad, but not the best I've ever had. Was a bit too charred at the ends to the point where it tasted bitter, and mine was cooked a bit more than I would've liked (I asked for medium rare). I wish it had some extra fatty bits to elevate the flavor, because I got pretty bored eating it after a while. Also really liked the roasted garlic it came with as a garnish!
    -Black Truffle Creamed Spinach: My absolute favorite dish! Yelpers didn't disappoint with this recommendation, because this was really, really good. You could definitely taste the hint of truffle, and the spinach was so perfectly creamy.
    -Mac and Cheese: Easily the biggest regret because it was pretty comparable to Kraft Mac and Cheese. It was bland, and had a stale aftertaste...I suspect they used stale breadcrumbs or something, because it just didn't taste right.

    The restaurant itself emits an old-school, but very romantic/sexy vibe. Service, however, was painstakingly average. Unlike most steakhouses, our server was more concerned about getting our orders in rather than making any small talk or even emitting any emotion in his tone. Also, I have noticed that exceptional service entails the server picking up on signals of a special occasion, but our server did not ask about the bouquet of roses on the table (it was an anni dinner with my boyfriend). He was a dutiful server (which is still nice!), but not much of an intuitive one.

    Bill for 2 came out to about 200 bucks - this included 2 drinks, 1 app, 2 entrees, and 2 sides. Very standard for NYC steakhouse prices.

  • Photo of 育宇

    The waiter is very nice to introduce everything that we need.
    The final dessert is really impressive! We ordered a very big chocolate tart!
    The steak is of course a good taste!

  • I have to say, I was a little disappointed.     Came here with colleagues on the recommendation of another co-worker who said, "best steak in NYC".    We have a very small meal allowance from our company so we all agreed to chip in to make up the difference.

    I arrived early and had a nice drink at the bar but I felt like I was bothering the bartender to ask her for my drink and she never did bring me my glass of water.    When everyone arrived, we were seated quickly and bread was tossed on our table but no waiter in sight for quite some time.    He finally brought menus and service picked up a bit.     We had several appetizers including the bacon which was excellent - probably the best bite of the night.

    We all ordered steaks.   My boss and I both got the ribeye.   His was supposed to be medium, mine medium-rare.   Both arrived looking more like medium well but we kept them anyway since everyone else had their food.    I thought the steak was "ok" but the pepper crust overwhelmed the steak itself and I ended up feeling like I had a mouthful of salt by the end of the meal.     A good steak should stand on its own without a lot of seasoning.      Side dishes were good - the fries and the spinach were the highlight.   The goose fat potato that sounded so good fell flat and even though there were 8 of us, there was a good chunk of our single order left on the plate.

    Overall it was a decent meal but I didn't feel like it was worth the money or the hype.   There are definitely better steaks to be had in NYC.

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    I had the bone in ribeye which was fabulous. Well seasoned and marbled. A little tough in places. But a huge piece of me. The creamed spinach and mushrooms were awesome. And they make a great dirty martini. I was a little surprised with how pricey it was!!!

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Strip House - Downtown

  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

    2 years ago5 people found this helpful

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  • Fantastic time here for restaurant week. I had the grilled watermelon, the miso cod and the banana ice cream. My partner had the salmon tartare, the burger and the lemon cake. We also had a martini and a glass of wine. First of all, there was so.much.food!  We left beyond stuffed and should have taken the desserts to go in hindsight.

    The complimentary bread basket definitely was to blame for the fullness as it was fresh, warm, delicious....and bread, so clearly we're eating it! All the food I had was great. My partner rated the burger as average, not the best. The standout was the miso cod and the lemon pound cake dessert, which was amazing.

    We sat outside in the little glass shed thing, which was a nice experience. Great vodka martinis! I would go back for restaurant week but probably not for full price given that I don't eat meat so the experience would be lost on me.

  • I came here to meet a few of my friends during restaurant week and all 8 of us had a great time here!!

    I've walked by this place before and initially thought that  it was a strip club steak house (the door logo made me a little hesitant and I assumed the guys in our group tried to kill two birds with one stone coming here - steaks and girls). But actually, both the host and my server were both male and fully clothed like normal restaurant workers, WHEW! Throughout my time here all the staff were nice and professional, and made sure we all got our drinks/water refilled in time!

    We all did restaurant week and I would say the 3 course meal left ALL of us full. Also there is no way someone can finish the signature 24 layer cake all in one sitting, I barely made a dent in my slice! We started out with complimentary bread and drinks (FYI both the old fashioned and ruby's mules are pretty strong in the terms it'll make you drunk but taste great). I loved everything I ordered but I'd say my least favorite was the salmon tartare - I love raw fish but I felt like the sauce over coated the raw fish (and good raw salmon naturally tastes very fluffy and buttery/ melts in your mouth but I did not get to taste the natural flavors of the fish since the sauces over powered it). My boyfriend really liked his watermelon salad though so I would recommend getting that!

    Overall, I had a great time here and I was able to easily hear and catch up to all of my friends regardless of where they sat at the table (no yelling involved)! I'm actually nibbling on a portion of my leftover cake right now and it still tastes amazing... highly recommend getting it but maybe share the cake between two people if you don't want to take leftovers home!

  • My son's 25th b-day dinner and it was the best of our lives. Delicious! Must have the bacon appetizer. Server was top drawer - an Irishman.  Don't settle, live a little and go.

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  • Really a 3.5 or a shade above so I rounded to a 4.  

    I love the look of this place both from the inside and out.  Try to get seated towards the rear of the restaurant so that you can appreciate the overall charm of the place.  If you seat in the front, it's not quite the same experience.

    The Caesar Salad was delicious and is large enough to be shared by two.  In lieu of the traditional Caesar dressing it is prepared with creamy horseradish sauce.  Yum!

    The Tuna Tartare appetizer was visually pleasing but totally lacking in any taste.  Not really sure why.  

    Those that shared the porterhouse said it was excellent.  I was mildly disappointed with my porterhouse.  Although the inside was a perfect medium rare, the outside did not come out exactly as I hoped with the requested char.  Instead, whatever seasoning they used made it taste extremely salty.  Fortunately I was able to generously apply the garlic clove that came with the steak and it then tasted less salty.  

    The creamed spinach while tasty, is advertised as Black Truffle Creamed Spinach.  However, I did not smell or taste any truffle.  The Miso Broccoli was different and very good.  

    Despite my "issue" with my steak I would probably give them another try.  The ambiance was great and coming from NJ, the abundance of street parking on this weeknight was a big plus.

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    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Tuna Tartare.  Looks great. Tasted OK.
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  • This place - is overrated. The steak was horrible - and the flavor was bland. This is not a place for steak lovers. I would avoid this place, in general. Good luck
    To this restaurant.

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    10/4/2021

    Hi Amit. We are sorry to hear about this experience. Would you please follow the link below to provide us with just a few more pieces of info? We would like to look into these issues further. Thank you.
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  • I stopped by in order to pick up a slice of my favorite chocolate cake, and they have this really interesting little tent setup outside to allow people to dine together without being close to anyone else. Particularly love the little cow holding a wine bottle. While, I do really enjoy the steaks here which have marvelous searing crust, today was just a dessert trip. When I got home, one of the things I noticed was the box was definitely smaller than years before, and the slice was definitely a lot smaller than previous years. It wasn't all that much more expensive ($19), and the good thing is it still tasted like the same amazing cake as before with the 24 layers, it's just sad that it's smaller now.  Make sure it's chilled when served, holds together and tastes better that way.

    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Cake...it's smaller than years past.
    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Outside dining
    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. In the little tent they set up
    11/17/2014Previous review

    Stopped by just to pick up dessert here - the chocolate cake is delicious! Downside, it took almost 15 minutes for them to find a slice in the back and send it up. But the bartender was happy and friendly. Lots of folks enjoying their steaks while I watched from the bar.

    A steak house down by the Washington Square area, this place expanded next door. On the dark red velvet-like walls, various celebrity visitor's photos as well as old-school pin-ups. Definitely an adult kind of place. Servers are cordial, and there's a coat check at the main door. The side space they just opened up - a speakeasy history, they said. A few dates going on while we were there for our business dinner (it was split probably 60/40 in kind for the two reasons).

    They make the Manhattans strong, and their bartenders are friendly and fast.

    A free sample of cool gazpacho from the chef started the meal. Bread selection wasn't exciting (pretzel bread, raisin, dry flat crackers, etc.) and no olive oil/vinegar, but instead the whipped butter... eh.

    The raw bar is tasty, with house-made cocktail sauce that I approve of, though I wish they added more horseradish. The scallop appetizer was so-so, but the house thick-sliced bacon was quite rich to the taste buds, tummy and my arteries probably cried out, too, but I couldn't help but try one.

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Strip House - Downtown

  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

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  • This place has it. The appetizers were well-prepared and presented with some style. The decor and the bar have a real ambiance to it that could serve as romantic if you don't mind some noise, or great for a small group or business meeting.

    The steak was top notch. Coming from Chicago that has lots of great midwestern steak, I wasn't sure what to expect - but met my high standards! The service was excellent; neither rushed nor too long between courses. Would recommend getting some of the sides to go with your steak - we got spinach, mushrooms, and green beans and all were prepared with some mild spicing and complemented the steak well.

    Will be a bit pricey, but realize you're in Manhattan, things aren't cheap.

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    Had the tomahawk steak, creamed spinach, potatoes, mushrooms.  Tomahawk was cooked to perfection and is massive. Ordered 2 feed 6 people and had left overs!!!

    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. This tomahawk is massive and is incredible grilled to perfection!

    This tomahawk is massive and is incredible grilled to perfection!

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    BR Guest H.

    Business Customer Service

    6/23/2016

    Hello C N.,

    Thank you for taking the time out to let us know about your dining experience with us at our Strip House 12 steak house.

    It truly means so much to us to hear how we are meeting and exceeding our guests' expectations.

    Best wishes to you!

    Yasmin Silvera
    BR Guest Hospitality
    Quality Assurance Associate

  • old school steak house which never fails to deliver. Fabulous seasoned steaks. I do not know what they season with but they are SUPERB! Desserts out of this world and a great wine list. This is the best steak house in NYC with out a doubt!

  • Amazing! Amazing! Great atmosphere and dim lighting. The service was decent. It was the only downfall. A tad condescending. But other than that very professional. We had bone marrow appetizer and scallops. Then filet, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and the truffle spinach. Everything was absolutely perfect. Out of the three sides, I probably could've done without the Brussel Sprouts - they were wonderful but spinach and broccoli were much better. Filet was perfection, and so was the wine. It was a Thursday and very packed. I highly recommend reservations.

  • It was just missing something... My girlfriend and I recently dined here and the food was ok. Throughout the year, we've dined at many steakhouses searching for one to be better than the other. We started with the steak tartar, usually this is the dish that's easiest to make but they somehow managed to over salt it to the point where it was almost inedible. We ordered our steak medium rare and it came out medium. Although, these are just small things.. this is what makes a steakhouse great. The steak, we automatically could tell was very a good cut but it was just not cooked right, extremely dry. Coming here my expectations were higher, given all the positives reviews but we were just satisfied. Even with all the negatives about the food, the service was excellent!

  • This place is phenomenal I had the salt n pepper porter house for two it just melts in your mouth and very well seasoned along with sides of black truffle creamed spinach and the wild mushrooms. I had dessert of the baked Alaskan that was to die for ,will b back for more!

  • Took my fiancé here for her birthday and she absolutely loved it. The decor was a bit dark but gives a very intimate feel with the dim lighting and the red walls covered with black and white photographs. The restaurant has great atmosphere and a vintage feel.  

    The reason why this review isn't a five star restaurant is because I was late five minutes and when I arrived they had given my table away to someone else and I had to wait for 15 minutes. The front desk hosts know how  to make a birthday dinner special. I didn't even get a courtesy call when I was running late a few minutes to be warned it will be given away. I would've called but the subway didn't allow me such ability when I demand. I acknowledge the lateness but they were aware it was an important evening because I had called and made special requests when reserving. This grievance alone is a huge deduction on their overall rating.

    The rest of the night was spectacular once we were seated. Order their classic cut for two, 42 oz classic porterhouse, cooked medium rare. Flavors were spot on with nice juicy and buttery beef. Went perfectly with the roasted garlic bulb they provide to each person. We also had their special appetizer of roasted bone marrow with butter and garlic toast points. The entire bone is served with the marrow nicely roasted in the center and oozing with the gelatinous and beefy oils. The toast points were greasy but goes so well with the nice chunks of marrow. Finished the meal with their 24-layer chocolate cake with a special birthday message that was organized with the restaurant when I had made reservations. The rich chocolate flavors were nice and thick.  

    Overall, the food would rate at 4.5 but the reservation failure drops their rating to a 3. The food filled my stomach with deliciousness but giving away my table so quickly left a bad taste and a terrible impression. I don't want this to scar all other Strip House Steak Houses. I'll consider visiting one of their other locations before I return to this one.

  • I'm in here once a week. Seriously. I'm almost insulted that I'm not recognized as a regular yet. Forget about every other steak house in the city.

    The Filet Mignon is always perfectly cooked, and I'm pretty sure that the Black Truffle Creamed Spinach is the active addictive ingredient in crack cocaine. I really just go there for the spinach, and get a $50 side of filet.

    They would've gotten five stars, but I tried to order take out last night, and was told that they don't do it over the phone anymore. "It only takes 20 minutes in the restaurant," I was told with a dismissive tone. Of course it only takes 20 minutes. EVERY PLACE only takes 20 minutes. I don't have 20 minutes... that's the whole point of calling in a takeout order! It's a pity that a restaurant I love would put barriers in the way of my business, especially when I'm about to drop $150 on takeout for 2 (which I ended up doing). I was able to shift some things around in order to be able to wait 20 minutes, but I shouldn't have to, and I wouldn't do it again. Not for that kind of money. And that's how you lose a star.

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Strip House - Downtown

  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

    2 years ago5 people found this helpful

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  • This place is pricey, but I believe this restuarant had the best steak I've ever had.  I shared the Porterhouse steak for 2 with my hubby.  The meat was cooked medium rare.  It was so tender, great taste, right ratio of fat vs. lean, nicely marbelized, and cooked just right.  The portions were more than enough for 1 meat-hungry male and 1 meat-hungry female.  

    I loved the black truffled spinach, scallops were tender, the bacon was amazeballs.  The only thing that I did not love was the carmalized banana tart.  Not exactly what I imagined it to be.  It was slices of bananas on a tart shell topped with hardend caramel and a small scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.  

    The ambiance is lively.  Many hues of red all over with pictures of vintage celebrities.  If you are sitting in a table in the middle, expect to have waiters and guests bumping into you multiple times.  They usually apologize for each and every time.  

    I had a good dining experience here, nonetheless.

  • Good steak, but I've had better. There was nothing special enough about the place to come back, but I enjoyed my meal.

  • This place lived up to its expectations, and then some. The ribeye was perfectly cooked. It had a great crispy sear on the outside, and it was the perfect pink color and temperature from edge to bone, no uneven cooking, no change in texture, nothing. It had a great fat cap, and all the fat was soft and edible. There was nothing left on the bone at the end of the meal. Aside from the meat, everything else was perfect as well. This place is fu&king legit.

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  • I've always wanted to try this place but i never did. So my lovely girlfriend surprised me on my birthday and I had an amazing time and experience. I'm a big eater so of course I wanted a big steak. I ordered the bone in ribeye for 2. Perfectly cooked the way I wanted.

  • Came here with my brother and friend from out of town, the place had a nice charm to it and had plenty of tables with a mostly upscale crowd. Started with a nice bottle of pinot grigio. Then me and my friend split the Classic Porterhouse 42 ounce, there was debate between Medium (me) and medium-rare (him) so we settled with the waiter on Medium-rare+ (democracy at its finest!) And I must say it was quite tasty, all though not the best I've had in the city. We split 3 sides at the table: Strip House Papas Bravas (not my favorite, but good with the sauce), Black Truffle Creamed Spinach (prob the tastiest item I had, mmmmmmm) and Sautéed Green Beans With Garlic (run of the mill, but not bad). The service was good, the waitress was very knoweldgeable about the menu and gave great recommendations, and it wasnt long of a wait. For being the closest steak house to my apartment, I think i would return. But I've had better at some of the more well-known midtown spots.

  • It's not often my brother comes home so when he and his girlfriend stopped by over the weekend, I knew I had to take them to someplace with good food. A friend recommended this place and salivated at the thought of a good steak, so I made reservations. Unfortunately, the only opening they had was a 5:30 dinner, but I didn't mind too much.

    I must say this was the best steak house I have ever visited. The ambiance had an intimate feel to it. The service was by far, the best I have ever received in a restaurant. A dedicated water boy refilled our glasses every time we drank water, and the tables were cleared and cleaned with diligence.

    We received shots of spicy cauliflower soup before the food came out, compliments of the chef. For entrees, my brother and his girlfriend shared the 42oz Porterhouse, while I ordered the Bone in Rib Eye, which was highly recommended by the same friend who suggested this place. Both medium rare. Both cooked to perfection. I make no exaggeration when I say that the Bone in Rib Eye was the best steak I ever had.

    We were all pretty full by dessert, but the waiter, seeing that it was our first time there,  presented us their vanilla cheesecake which was on the house. We ended up taking it to go because we were truly too full.

    Overall, I had a great experience. I was definitely not disappointed and will definitely come back again when I'm in the mood for steak. This is as good as it gets.

  • Oh man, I loved eating here. I ate in the little room next to the main restaurant, and it was more intimate and cozy than the larger dining room. The decorations are more burlesque than the average steakhouse with lots of deep burgundy and dark wood.

    Pretty much everything we ate was 5 stars: new york strip cooked to perfection, insanely good brussel sprouts and mashed potatoes, and the mac and cheese was over the top cheesy. I had leftovers for days.

    The only thing that was underwhelming was the chocolate cake. With that many layers I would expect some seriously rich chocolate flavor, but it was not very rich and slightly oily on the tongue.

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    BR Guest H.

    Business Customer Service

    2/2/2016

    Hi Vanessa R.,

    Thank you for letting us know about your recent visit with us at Strip House 12 restaurant.

    It truly means a lot to us to hear from you and we will review your feedback with our team of chefs here.

    Best wishes!

    Yasmin Silvera
    BR Guest Hospitality
    Quality Assurance Associate

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    I came here for date night with the hubby.

    Food: Ordered the 20 oz. rib eye steak, and the seafood tower. I thought everything was just average, this place was very similar to Peter Luger's lack of flavor steak. I felt as though I needed to dose my steak with ketchup or something...that is never a good sign for a steak house!

    Service: It was pretty standard, nothing to brag about.

    Atmosphere: It was def a bit more loungey and more romantic than the other steakhouse but my table was very tight and I didn't feel comfortable. I dont know if maybe they are squeezing more tables unnecessarily into the dining room or what?!

    Overall: I will not be coming back because its a bit pricey for the underwhelming flavor of the food.

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  • Q:

    Is there many seats at the bar? Eating solo so would prefer to sit at the bar top.

    A:

    Hi Chris. Yes, we have plenty of seating at the bar.

    Ami P., Business Customer Service 
    2 years ago1 person found this helpful
  • Q:

    What is dress code? Super dressy, or could men do nice short sleeve button down untucked with nice jeans during the summer?

    A:

    It says business casual to casual. Saw most people in jeans & shirt and some maybe more dressed up when we went. I just figured no shorts and tank top kind of place.

    2 years ago5 people found this helpful

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  • Was here again for my youngest brother's birthday. I left very satisfied again and full!

    Def get the bacon! My middle brother had ordered the Garlic Bread from here before and he insisted that we get it this time. O M G! What a great decision that was! The bread was so crispy and crunchy soaked in Gorgonzola fondue, mouth watering good!

    Steak was good!

    This time we the waiter gave us, complimentary from the chef, Potato Soup Shots lol. Pretty damn good soup! Man I love this place!

    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Garlic bread. Yummy!
    Photo of Strip House - Downtown - New York, NY, United States. Complimentary potato soup!

    Complimentary potato soup!

    10/17/2011Previous review

    One of the best steak house I've eaten at! I'm sorry Peter Luger but i think Strip House just topped you. My GF and I had reservations since September and we finally went this past weekend. The place was really nice and fancy. Very old school feel to it. The decor was awesome, old pics of what i assumed to be actors and actresses. I really like the red theme in the restaurant.

    For starters we ordered the Strip House Roasted Bacon with Baby Arugula and Russian Dressing. Man what a fantastic piece of bacon, and yes I believe it to better than Peter Luger's. It went really good with the arugula and Russian Dressing. Then the server came out with a Yellow Tomato Gazpacho, which was complimentary and really tasteful!

    For our main meal we shared The Porter House for two. It was perfectly cooked to medium and it was cut table side. Awesome! It was so tender and juicy, mouthwateringly delicious. It was seasoned perfectly, it was a bit spicy from the whole black peppers, it was very delicious! It has to be one of the best steaks I have ever eaten. The Strip House sauce was also awesome, it tasted like a mix of ketchup and bbq sauce. Damn I want some more of that steak!

    For Dessert we ordered the 24 layer cake! Freaking thing is huge! My Gf and I had to cut in half to share it and we still couldn't finish our own halves. This cake was delicious!

    The staff were nice and friendly. They were on point with the service! Definitely a steak house to try in the city! I can't wait to go back!

  • The best steak house in NYC, hands down (my bf and I agree). Been to the following:
    - Peter Lugar
    - Bobby Vans
    - Del Monicos
    - Mark Josephs

    Out of all of these in NYC, the Strip House kills it. Best meat, best sides, best dessert, best drinks and honestly, best setting with the red, low lit theme. Really a nice place. We ordered the filet (me), rib eye (bf) mac and cheese and corn. Also had the jumbo shrimp and chocolate brownie. Delicious. No need to say anything else. Do yourself a favor and come here!

  • Went here for a birthday recently, and admittedly the decor and atmosphere is extremely sultry and dark like others here have noted. Food wise we had the lamb, Rib-Eye and an array of side dishes. Their corn in particular was the highlight of the meal, which is in no disrespect to the actual entrees themselves; for any steakhouse in these range of prices you're going to get the quality you're paying for.

    Overall 4 stars solely for the underwhelming effort of the entire meal. It wasn't great but it wasn't horrible and the highlight of the evening was the fact close friends and I ate at a very intimate setting. The chocolate dessert cake is not a must have as others have alluded to unless you're really into sweets but it does its job well.

  • Went to the 44th Street NYC location last night.  Sat at a table in the bar and tried to order one steak and one side.  After 45 minutes no steak.  The server and manager were apologetic and professional, but still no steak.  I ended up leaving to get dinner elsewhere.  The food has always been great, but sadly they pack too many people in now that they can't handle the crowd.  Fortunately Manhattan has no shortage of good steakhouses.

  • Had a great time. Food was delicious. Service was decent. Ambiance was great. Can't wait to go back.

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    BR Guest H.

    Business Customer Service

    5/5/2016

    Hi Damian D.,

    Thank you for letting us know about your dining experience with us at our Strip House 12 restaurant.  

    We appreciate hearing from you and look forward to your next visit with us.

    Best,

    Yasmin Silvera
    BR Guest Hospitality
    Quality Assurance Associate

  • Well, I ordered my rib-eye to be medium and so did my friend. Her steak came out perfectly with the redness but mine was too cooked. It required too much chewing on my end and I was disappointed at the the consistency of cooking between the rib-eyes. I understand you cannot guarantee every steak to come out looking exactly alike but mine was seriously one tough piece of meat to handle.

    The waiter is remarkably charming and the service was memorable but so are the red walls. It was a tad creepy only because it was just so dark in there and the walls made me think of swimming in a pool of blood.

    The best dish of the night would be the creamed spinach and the creme brulee. One unsatisfying side dish was the goose fat potato. It was a hard dome of potato and none of us at the table liked the taste nor texture. That was a let down as well.

    Wish I could like this place more but I believe the 3 stars is fair and matches what we received.

  • Our waitress came by three times during and after dessert and incessantly asked if we need anything else. Its not like we ate a three hour dinner or anything and no one was even waiting to be seated. NO ONE LIKES BEING RUSHED LIKE THAT!!!

    Steaks were good though.

  • 5 stars for one of the BEST steakhouses in NYC! My dude and I love going out for steak dinners and this one is a LEVEL 5 restaurant!
    The ambiance is awesome with low, romantic lighting, old school pin-up photos on the wall. There's even little pin-ups on the napkins! The service there is top notch, if you want the best, ask for Paco! He's da man! Best waiter I've ever had at ANY restaurant EVER!
    My boyfriend and I usually order the Porterhouse for 2 medium rare and it's EPIC! The perfect medium rare with a slightly cold pink center and crispy on the outside! I recommend for the sides the goose fat potatoes, creamed spinach, and the bacon for appetizer! Or the Tomatoes Mozzarella, too! Soooooo good. Best tomatoes I've ever had!
    We've also ordered the chocolate cake and cheesecake for dessert, both are gigantic, and you can easily split one or the other with a 2nd person and it's plenty!
    Strip house, I LURVE you!!!

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