The service was not great, the bread was hard as a rock, bartender didn't know how to make a negroni and overall we were disappointed.
Restaurant closing; they should close it now as they have a very inexperienced skeleton crew and are charging NY City Steak house prices. The saving grace is the adorable super friendly bartender and Michael the Manager who is doing his best.
Food was great, service was attentive. Waiter even asked us if we were then for an occasion and gave us a free dessert when he found out it was a birthday.
As expected, the meal was excellent. The steaks were prepared as requested, the service was excellent. This is a reliable restaurant that generally doesn't disappoint. My only source of displeasure on this occasion was that the bar did not have the necessary ingredients for my colleagues drink. Before the meal, we sat at the bar and he ordered a Manahattan. After she prepared it and placed it in front of him, she mentioned they didn't have any bitters. She should have mentioned it earlier, offered him other suggestions, or apologized and asked if he still wanted it. Personally I would have returned it and asked for something else, but my colleague chose to accept it, and not make a fuss. He didn't enjoy the drink, which at $16 is a waste.
Service was some of the worst I've experienced. No wait staff approached my table until I complained to a manager after being seated for 20-25 minutes. Then when someone finally appeared, there was no apology. After placing my order, the food didn't arrive for 30-40 minutes, even though the restaurant was less than 25% full. The experience was so bad that I advised the front desk that I would never stay at the hotel again - even though the room was sufficient.
Service was awful. I dont mind paying NYC prices if service is commensurate, but they really missed the mark here. Would not go back again. For the price, much better food and service at Roots in Summit
Always love it here however it seemed something was a miss this night. The service was poor and food was not right. All in all rough night for them but good experience nonetheless.
This was a typical steakhouse, menu very limited with steak options being the obvious. Wish perhaps more seafood choices, like lobster, but then again the price would have been astronomical! Appetizers were just okay, filet mignon was cooked as requested, but the meat was dry, it even looked dry on the plate, not appetizing. Tables for two were about 24" apart , so private conversation was impossible. Two cocktails, two wines two entrees and two sides, no dessert and check with tip was $250.00! We have enjoyed much better steaks for far less. Would not return.
I had a waiter who did not seem like he knew what he was doing. Never came back when I wanted to order wine, he did not put in our vegetable order which they then rushed and did not do properly. I've been to the restaurant a number of times but this is the first time that the bar was empty, the restaurant was half empty and this was a sat. night.
A very disappointing experience and I don't think I'll come back or recommend the place ever again.
Waiter did not know the differences between the menu selections.
Great service. Food was delicious. Very nice and quiet atmosphere.
Nothing special. Everything's pretty overpriced and food doesn't really wow. If your looking for a normal dinner and don't mind spending a little, this is the place for you.
Great service. Manager named Mike very professional and friendly. Was very pleased all around.
worst 50.00 i ever spent. medium well steak was bloody in the middle, could not remove lobster tail from shell because it was dry and overcooked. waiter seemed to be in a trance.
Been coming to The Strip House for years, and love the staff and the room. The food wasn't as good as I remember from 2016. Can't put my finger on it. Beef was good not great (bone-in filet), I miss that massive bulb of garlic they put on the plate (used to squeeze out the cooked garlic and mix it in with the potatoes and on the steak) and now they throw a bunch of friend onion strings on the plate instead. Don't get me wrong--I at every bit of it and even picked up the bone and gnawed on it a bit. Great bartender, weak by-the-glass wine selection.
The cocktails and service were excellent. The rib eye was average for the money.
Good news is that the filet mignon that my husband and I ordered was excellent and cooked to perfection. The petite was plenty big btw. I had an appetizer special, oysters rockefeller, which were good. My husband had shrimp cocktail. They were enormous but hard and he felt they were cooked a couple of days prior. In fact the "spiralized" cucumber that they sat on was very mushy and had an old taste. The bread was ok but a couple of the long Italian type rolls were very hard.
When we arrived, half an hour early, by design, we went to the bar for a drink. I asked for a VO Old Fashioned and was told they had no VO. For an upscale type of restaurant I had to settle for Seagrams 7. I have never been anywhere where there was no VO except for a chain type restaurant which wasn't surprising. Now, I must comment on the decor. Red, red, red! Wall paper with flocking, red booths, red ceiling, red lamp shades. Really? Straight out of the 70's.
At least our service was excellent. Very attentive.
Foood was great. Steak too rare
Very disappointing service was awful the waiter was on the level of a diner waiter. Food was ok found out wasn't afflicted with the original strip house in NYC. Wouldn't go back
I'm getting tired of giving this place a chance I think I've gone for the last time