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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.
Too rich. Not for one person. No smaller chocolate desserts.
At the Strip House in Livingston, the dining room is done up in red, with black-and-white photos. Westminster Hotel W. Mount Pleasant Ave.
Toast: white, wheat, or rye Choice: ham, bacon, sausage, pork roll, or scrapple. Vermont maple sryup with whipped butter.
Strip House is a vibey downtown bordello of goodness, and is the antithesis to the things we hate about a place like Sparks or The Palm. Red vinyl banquettes, naughty pictures on the wall, professional staff from the front door all the way back, attentive but not obsequious service, and great steak. Strip House on 12th Street may be the definitive New York steak house.
The restaurant is part of the Glazier Groupwhich owns Strip House along with Twenty Four Fifth and Bridgewaters in Manhattan, and also offers full-service catering for all events and meetings at the Westminster Hotel. The hotel offers 16, square feet of state-of-the-art meeting and event space. Quite impressive!
The food was as delicious as ever. The service team was on top of everything. Staff were pleasant but food was very mediocre and pricey My lamb chops were all fat so gave back!!
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By Jennifer Gould Keil. New York restaurant owner BR Guest Hospitality has purchased the year-old Strip House celebrity steakhouse brand and three of its restaurants, including its Manhattan flagship. BR Guest, which plans on retaining the roughly employees at the sites, including locations in Las Vegas and Houston, purchased the eateries and the brand from the family-run The Glazier Group, operated by Peter, Penny and Matthew Glazier. Glazier, president of the Glazier Group.