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Strip Steakhouse Restaurant Review: Inside a 160-year-old Pennsylvania Dutch barn in Old Avon Village, Strip Steakhouse is anything but old-fashioned. The first floor is devoted almost entirely to the lively lounge, where guests survey the open kitchen from nearby high-tops, sofas and stools. A long, winding bar serves up a wide variety of playful martinis, and draft and bottled microbrews. Upstairs, a more intimate, second-floor loft is capped by a soaring cathedral ceiling. Among starters, we recommend the lavender scallops or the “Texas Dog,” a take on the corn dog. Meanwhile, the steaks, which are USDA Prime, run from a six-ounce filet to a 22-ounce bone-in rib-eye that arrives trimmed and to your liking (we recommend medium rare). Steaks are served à la carte, but they do include a compound butter or sauce (the béarnaise is worth every calorie). For hungry duos, we suggest splitting a shareable side, such as bourbon creamed corn or the mushroom truffle risotto. Try the berry cobbler for dessert. By-the-glass and affordable bottled wine options are available.