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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Strip House

Most of the steakhouses in the NYC dining scene can be pretty cut and dry.  I put Smith and Wollensky, Old Homestead,  Morton's, Wolfgang Puck and Bobby Van's in this category.  Peter Lugers and Del Frisco's definitely set themselves apart from the rest by way of novelty and with the classic tone they set, except they serve their delicious carnivore delicacies on shitty china along side low grade steel cutlery.  I just don't understand it.  They need to turn things up a notch.  Then there is Strip House, a venue that has succeded in keeping the integrity of classic dishes while putting on a modern twist.  This review is on their Midtown location.  I like this location the most and always request to sit in the upstairs portion of the dining room.  I swear you'll feel like you've been whisked away to 1965 with black and white pictures on the wall and the servers in short white jackets in white gloves.

Strip House signature thick cut roasted bacon $19

Warm garlic bread with gorgonzola fondue $12

Maine lobster steamed M/P

Garlic herb french fries $10

Whipped potato puree $8
Filet Mignon 12oz. $49
Mac & Cheese $12
Creamed corn with Pancetta $9
Strip House signature chocolate cake $16

Strip House
15 W 44th Street NY NY 10036
T. (212) 336.5454
Lunch Monday-Friday 11:30 am-2:30 pm
Sunset Monday-Friday 2:30 pm-5 pm (limited menu)
Monday-Wednesday 5 pm-10 pm
Thursday-Friday 5 pm-11 pm
Saturday 5 pm-11 pm
Sunday 5pm- 10 pm