This lavish but cheeky steak joint with sisters in New York wears its bordello-chic atmosphere with a healthy touch of irony. The red-flocked wallpaper and dozens of vintage black-and-white boudoir photos may suggest you're inside an early-20th-century house of ill repute, but the menu of artfully presented chops and classic American foods reflects a highly skilled, contemporary kitchen. Appetizers such as warm garlic bread with gorgonzola fondue and lobster bisque are
indulgent starters. A broad variety of steaks including 20-ounce bone-in rib eyes and New York strips—veal rib chops, and Colorado lamb rack—don't disappoint. Feeling cuddly? Try to Porterhouse for two. The 24-layer chocolate cake makes for a fittingly decadent end to your meal.
Jan 12, 2013
We went to an early dinner at striphouse on a weekday evening. It was very dark in the restaurant and there were only a few other tables filled when we got there. The waiter was friendly enough, but talked kind of quietly and quickly through the specials, so even after he repeated them for us, there were ones we didnt catch. Would have been nice to have an actual specials menu or board. The goose fat potatoes were very good. The cajun pork chop
and steak that we got had good flavor. Prices maybe higher than need be, but this is a steakhouse in vegas. The 24 layer choc. cake was a little to much for us to finish after our meal.