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Posted by NEIGHBOR on 07/05/2007
Had dinner in the bar room by my self. Ordered the porterhouse for 2, salad and spinach. The spinach was sandy. I told the waiter when my plates were cleared. The spinach was on my bill which i thought was unacceptable, since my bill was $155.00 for one person. This place is evidently catering to men. It's really a shame.
Posted by Matt on 06/13/2007
My wife and I ate at Strip House last night to celebrate our 2nd anniversary. When we first walked in, I was shocked to see so many patrons in jeans and sneakers, t-shirts, or similarly (under-) dressed. Our drinks were outstanding, our food was delicious, and the service was terrific (our waitress was tall-ish with blonde hair and glasses...in case any managers are reading this, she was great). However, we were surrounded by 3 tables of obnoxious yobs who got progressively louder as their alcohol consumption increased. Unfortunately for other patrons, the restaurant was dense with tables of this sort, and the resulting din was reminiscent of a fraternity kegger. The rowdy atmosphere was rather disappointing as we had read and been told that the Strip House was a great date restaurant. Indeed, this could not be more wrong. Again, food, drink, and service were great; atmosphere left quite a bit to be desired. It was a disappointing experience in the end and that is a real shame because the food was so good.
Posted by SAMTEAM on 06/07/2007
A group of 4 of us went last night and all I can say is ehhh. We all had the Strip steak (after reading the good reviews) and I thought it was overdone. I asked for medium rare and it was more like medium. The service was rushed - and the sommelier recommended wine that was out of our price range. Decent enough but not worth the price! I would recommend Del Friscos.
Posted by Chelseaite on 04/30/2007
Our party of four was seated immediately for our 7:00pm Saturday night reservation. The restaurant filled pretty quickly afterwards. Service was attentive but not obtrusive. Everyone agreed that the strip steak was terrific and better than the rib-eye and filet. Cooked perfectly medium rare. Juicy and tasty. However, $43 for a 12oz steak is a bit OTT . the 16oz version was $50-something. (Forget the menu prices on this site and zagat - they've gone up). The sides were fine, but not really better than any other quality steak house. The caesar salad was uninteresting - and less good than at most fine restaurants. Worth a visit - but I'll try STK and Craftsteak next before returning.
Posted by Ray on 04/03/2007
Apart from a trendy and elegant decor and superb service, Strip House made the best NY strip steak I have had in Manhattan. I also tasted the fillet which my companion ordered and I still strongly preferred the strip.
Posted by Vlap77 on 03/30/2007
I was taken here for my birthday recently and it was unforgettable. For appetizers we had the oysters, the foie gras and the lobster bisque. Each dish was exquisite. The foie gras especially had a distinctive and lingering taste that did not dissapoint. We followed that with the rib eye, ny strip and filet mignon. Since we were sharing I had a taste of all three. Though they were all savory, the one that won out in the best test was the ny strip, it was extremely tasteful. I highly recoommend it. Of course the desserts were great - I recommend the gelati. The table next to us got the chocolate cake, I think that slice could have fed the entire restaurant. Next time we're getting that. The attentive service really succeeded in making my experience one to remember.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2007
The filet mignon was amazing, definately edges out "it" steakhouses Smith & Wolensky, Ben and Jacks, and Morton's in the taste department. The atmoshphere is yuppie hip and personally in my experience the service was very satisfactory. However, be prepared to wait to be seated, even with a reservation. Strip House is a delicious restaurant (although slightly expensive) and on par with Peter Luger's in Brooklyn and even the excellent Prime 112 in Miami.