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About Strip House Speakeasy
A sultry steakhouse in New York City’s Greenwich Village where old-world glamour meets modern style and sophistication. Experience the combination of charred cuts perfectly paired with decadent sides, such as Truffle Creamed Spinach and Goose Fat Potatoes. And be sure to save room for the famed 24-Layer Chocolate Cake.
Named a top steakhouse by Zagat and awarded four stars by Forbes, the namesake cut of aged beef isn't the only work of art to marvel upon...just take a look at the walls and tell us you don’t agree. Black and white vintage photos of bordello girls from the original 1900’s Studio Manasse collection reference an era of decadence and seduction.
Visit our second NYC location, Strip House Midtown at 44th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues, or on the Las Vegas Strip at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
New York, NY 10003
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Catering and takeout options available. Please call 212-838-9197
Parking garage next door.
4,5,6,N,R,L to Union Square.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
To inquire about large groups and private dining, contact Special Events at 212-331-0328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or request event information online here: http://www.newyorkeventvenues.com/contact-a-planner/
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Strip House Speakeasy Ratings and Reviews
The Striphouse Speakeasy has an intimate feel and is a very cool place. It is is step back in time. The steaks - especially the special bone in filet was incredible. All the food and the service were excellent. You will not be disappointed at the Striphouse.
took my boyfriend here for his 40th birthday. Service was ok, we had to ask for bread and butter. Seating was a bit tight and the AC vent was blowing right above us so it got cold for us and our food pretty quick. We did not get dessert but sometimes when you mention it is someones birthday the restaurant will send something small with a candle but they did not do that for us, oh well.
They seated us at a two top along a wall with a bench next to a party of roughly 15, 25 year old guys. Unfortunately, 15 became 20+ people, and they kept trying to cram bodies into the small, overcrowded space. At one point, my Wife was literally being squashed by a drunk 25 year old guy who was on the bench but nowhere near the table (since it was too small). Every time he got up (often), his butt would graze our table, drinks etc. The restaurant decided to ignore the problem until I forced them to move our table. At that point they were nice and bought me a drink and offered free dessert, but the meal was ruined. We had a $140 bottle of wine, apps, two steaks - about $400 total - all a waste. The food is admittedly great. But we couldn’t get cocktails because “the bartender was backed up.” Our apps came out with 3 mins of ordering and our steaks within 15 mins. Food arrived before wine. The bus boys spent the entire night focusing on the frat party next to us - so I ate most of my meal with no water, no cocktail and no wine. Awful experience and terrible management. I appreciate the effort once I forced them to do something, but the fact that they were going to look the other way is unacceptable. They should never have let the frat boys simply pack in more and more bodies. As for the guys? Learn how to behave in public. You are too old to act like that.
The restaurant was nice an quiet, good for a place in the city to catch up with someone in a traditional environment. I would say the food is the main event. My boyfriend had the New York Strip Steak, and I had the Shrimp Cocktail and Lobster Bisque. To DIE FOR! the Shrimp were not only huge, but sooo fresh you can taste it! and I don't really eat meat but I had a small bite of my boyfriend and it was delicious. Must say the Lobster Bisque was stellar and perfectly creamy for a cold NYC winter nite.
I've been in NYC for 3 and half years and this was by far the best restaurant that I've been to. The steak was terrific. So juicy cooked just right. Any sauce that has been invented would ruin the party in your mouth by the way Strip House have invented their flavor.
All the staff were impeccable, You go to these fancy restaurants and get robots but these guys were amazing. Anything you wanted you could have. Best Old fashioned I've had.
If you try their Signature 24 Layer Chocolate Cake be sure to invite 24 of your mates. This thing is bigger that your head.
We loved the Speakeasy! It's in the basement of the Strip House and is very unnoticeable, just as I would expect a speakeasy to be. The interior is very masculine, which we agreed was perfect for a steakhouse. We sat in the back corner. The tables are a little close to each other, but it worked. We had the hamburger and the beef filet, with a iceberg wedge and charred broccoli. All of it was excellent. What made our evening was our waiter, who was excellent. We highly recommend this restaurant.
Bartender clueless, our server - more interested in being charming than competent - got most things wrong. Caesar salad "Special" vile, decent quality steak way over-salted (and much smaller than listed '20 oz.'), wines by the glass overpriced. Different league from other steakhouses.
Having been here six times now, I’m ready to endorse this as my favorite steakhouse in all of NYC and I’ve been to them all. These are the most flavorful steaks paired with a seemingly endless wine list, a sommelier who is charming and funny as he is intelligent and quick with the wines, all encased in a dark, cozy, velvet-lined decor makes for all but the most romantic of experiences.
Highly, highly recommended.
Ended up deciding on Strip House Speakeasy for a night out and would highly recommend for anyone else looking to do the same. Our waiter was a lovely, attentive Irishman who couldn't have been any more helpful. There was a bachelor party at a nearby table and they weren't loud or obnoxious at all, but the maitre' de, who's name was Kevin McGrath, was nice enough to come over and apologize even though one wasn't necessary. He even offered to buy a round of drinks or dessert, and it was much appreciated. I will gladly return here again.
I was very excited to bring my friends and family here to celebrate a birthday (as I have been in the past). However I was incredibly disappointed in the service and the attitude of our waiter. For a tab of over $700 - We all expected a more friendlier and more attentive staff. Sadly I likely will not recommend the speakeasy area to friends or family.
This place is extremely expensive. We ordered the smaller seafood tower and it was incredible. Without any effort and a total of three drinks.........the check for the two of us was $250. And by the way we shared one steak for our main course. Not to be confused with a steak for 2. This was a steak for one. All and all everything was very excellent. However before you go here be prepared to spend a lot for dinner! Great for a special occasion.
Service was spot on, and steaks were tops in flavor, texture and portions, which is why we went there. Starters and sides were delicious too (dessert was so-so). The speakeasy is tighter quarters, typical NYC. Next time we will reserve further ahead to get a better positioned table. Glad we went.
Striphouse Speakeasy has a great ambience and vibe. The staff here has a lot to do with that. They're friendly, make solid recommendations and have a comfortable communication with customers. Amanda served us at the bar on this night and she was perfect. Her menu guidance was spot on -- the bacon and the shrimp disappeared shortly after arriving. Our entrees were prepared to order and perfectly as requested. We never wanted for refills on cocktails and her Cosmo was worthy of Wikipedia. Not my first time at Striphouse Speakeasy and won't be my last. The steak beat Frankie & Johnnys by a mile as does the atmosphere. For business dinners or drinks this is THE place to come. More intimate than Del Friscos so you can actually have a discussion and hear it.
The creamed spinach was definitely a highlight. And the oysters were also very, very good. It was pretty crowded and busy but overall the service was quite good (although our waiter did seem to disappear at the end of the night) and they did comp a glass of wine that took too long to get to our table.
A coworker strongly recommended this restaurant for my husband's birthday. The waiter provided the single worst! service I've received at any restaurant in New York City. He forgot half of the things we ordered and honestly did not care. However, the table servers were great. That said, the food was excellent and the manager took a few things off our bill and gave us a free dessert. He was very kind and wanted us to have a good dining experience. We will definitely go back.
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