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Strip House New Jersey

550 W. Mount Pleasant Ave. (Rte. 10) Send to Phone
Strip House may now refer to steak but bordello and burlesque influences recall its bygone era.
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Breakfast & Dinner daily, Lunch Mon.-Fri., Brunch Sun.

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Strip House New Jersey Restaurant Review

: Though the Strip House is most definitely a serious restaurant, it manages to have a sense of humor. Designed by David Rockwell, everything here screams fun, from the burlesque-style logo to the bordello red d├ęcor. The steakhouse menu features plenty of broiled beef, be it the signature New York strip, porterhouse or filet. Let yourself be tempted by truffled creamed spinach and potatoes cooked in goose fat. The wine list complements the fare.

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Strip House in Livingston - TO BE AVOIDED
by jonweisw on Thu Oct 09, 2014 6:19 am
Awful. Given the paucity of good steakhouses in N NJ, we have relied on Strip House often, despite marginal service and food. After last night however, we will not return. Portions are invariably meager and exorbitant, and the quality mediocre. $15 for a wedge salad with 1/16 of a head of lettuce started the debacle (and I should add that we are NYC steakhouse connoisseurs who do not typically balk at the prices at places like Wolfgang's or Porterhouse due to the superb quality). Sides were also crazy small. Shrimp was still slightly frozen. A small $50 ribeye appeared which was at once both tepid and overcooked. The manager finally attuned himself to the fact that we were unhappy, but rather than try to acknowledge the disparity between quality/quantity and price, he proceeded to challenge us and was over-the-top obnoxious and out of line. Incensed, I lost my appetite for the sizable remainder of what was left, and asked for the check so we could leave.

Never, ever, again....and they just lost a regular, good customer.
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