Strip House

Strip House

13 E 12th St.
New York
Union Square, Greenwich Village
(212) 328-0000

Picture this: a red bordello-style establishment, in an area of town known for its long history of Bohemian sensibility, where the term “strip” is a double entendre. Thankfully the servers keep their clothes on at Strip House (and the Bachelor should as well), but the food is awesome. Tucked in the heart of Greenwich Village, Strip House is unassuming, but a local favorite where a smaller group can enjoy great eats, tasty drinks, and superior service. Plus, The Village is far cooler than anything uptown, so for a change of pace head east and let the Bachelor partake in some Pabst Blue Ribbon instead of hoity-toity Stella Artois. Everyone knows they drink only European beers above 23rd Street.

Venue Tip: 

The sides are even better than the steaks. And the steaks are pretty damn good. Sadly, women here do not dance on the tables-- it just looks like a bordello masquerading as a classy steakhouse.

The Good: 
Super cool, amazingly tasteful. Everything about Strip House is one-of-a-kind only-in-New York.
The Bad: 
This is not the place for you and your boys to get crunk and go crazy.
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Price: $$$$

Signature Dish: Creamed spinach over goosefat potatoes. Will make the rest of the weekend seem dull by comparison.

Attire: Chic and stylish. Come dressed to thrill.

Vibe: A cross between a 1920s bordello, a modern version of a speakeasy, and a trendy lounge with great drinks and cool patrons.

What’s next?: Bar 13 or anything else on University for frisky NYU girls, the lobby bar at the W Union Square for cougars, or Bowlmor Lanes for Lebowski fans.