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Strip House is quite the fun experience thanks to lingering memories from its former occupant, Asti, which was a popular destination for opera singers and actors, photos of whom still hang on the walls in this Greenwich Village space alongside seductive black and white photos from Studio Manasse, which feature Viennese women from the early 1900s. With all the eye candy, you might wonder: Who looks at the steak? Well, plenty of people look, and even more people devour! If you’d like to know what to wear, where to sit and how to maximize the pleasure of your dining experience before joining them, please read on.

Reservations

Reservations can be made by either by calling the restaurant or online via OpenTable.

Seating
Seating is more than comfortable, as chairs are 18 inches wide and banquettes are made of comfortable tufted red leather. You can sit at one of the corner banquettes, at one of the banquettes along the wall or in free-standing armless chairs that are made of leather and wood with curvilinear backs. If one of those isn’t to your fancy, there are upholstered higher-backed chairs in the lounge and high-backed red leather chairs at the bar. Tables are generously spaced and at 36 inches wide have more than enough room for all the side dishes you might order.

Atmosphere

The atmosphere at Strip House is sexy with a slight wink, so to speak. The vibe is fun and casual and doesn’t take itself too seriously, although the cuisine is extremely serious -- as in seriously delicious! The room is mood-lit in shades of red with a play on the restaurant’s bordello theme. Photographs on the wall feature opera stars and celebrities, as well as tasteful retouched erotic noir images courtesy of Studio Manasse. Every night is a playful event at Strip Steak. It’s not the place for a quiet meal for two, as music adds to the restaurant’s vibrant mood, but if you want to celebrate, have fun and see a little fun in the form of historic opera and burlesque imagery -- all while dining on succulent steaks -- then this is your place.

Restrooms

The restrooms at Strip House are located inside the restaurant and offer same-level access.

   
     
    
Dress Code
Smart casual is the way to go at Strip House.

Parking
Parking is available on the street. Additionally, there is a paid garage next door on East 12th Street between 5th Avenue and University Place. Furthermore, Strip House is easily accessible via taxi or subway (take the 4, 5, 6, N, R or L to Union Square).

Awards
Strip House has received a number of awards, including the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for all Strip Houses and the Wine Enthusiast Award of Excellence for Strip House New York.

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