Strip House

Here is a New York steakhouse at its best and most cheeky, going the extra step with juicy red meat served next to goose-fat potatoes, truffle cream spinach and the all-American baked potato piled high with cheddar, bacon, chives and sour cream. There’s a big, hearty red wine list to match. Inside, it’s a David Rockwell designed boudoir in red, with portraits of old school celebs, Viennese strippers and a signed one of Thurgood Marshall on the wall. This is boys night out.

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