This September, Strip House will celebrate five years of serving its indulgent take on classic American dishes. Throughout the month, Strip House will offer a selection of anniversary specials from famed meat-man, Corporate Executive Chef John Schenk, giving guests a taste of what the menu is known for—mouthwatering steaks, decadent sides and crafted cocktails.
The anniversary menu is a line-up of sumptuous food and drink specials to commemorate the restaurant’s milestone achievement. Start the celebration with a refreshing cocktail like Blueberry Thyme ($13) a mixture of Stoli Blueberry Vodka and fresh blueberry-lemon thyme puree shaken together and served on the rocks with a sprig of thyme. For those that prefer wine or beer, toast the occasion with a 12.5 ounce carafe of Sliver Oak, Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($50) or Oktoberfest Lager from Tenaya Creek’s local brewery.
For dinner, bite into the juicy layers of Strip House’s Bone-In Rib Eye ($88) for two and pair with signature sides like Black Truffle Creamed Spinach or Goose Fat Potatoes. Getting sweeter with time, Strip House’s rich 24-layer Chocolate Cake dubbed “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” by Food Network’s Michael Psilakis, is a dessert must. An estimated ten tons of the Chocolate Cake (1.7 pounds a slice!) has been served since the restaurant opened in 2007.
Over the last five years, Strip House has become known for creating one of the most intimate atmospheres on The Strip. As guests enter through the walkway, the sultry ambiance is set by the siren-red interior and series of original Studio Manasse prints of 1930s burlesque stars. Strip House’s design aesthetic is old world glamour meets modern style and sophistication. Whether enjoying dinner in the dining room or drinks in the newly expanded lounge, Strip House offers an unmatched experience for couples and groups alike.
Located in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Strip House’s brand redefines the traditional steakhouse experience with its innovative menu, combining perfectly charred cuts of steak with signature, rich side dishes, an extensive wine list and the famed 24-layer chocolate cake. The double entendre name refers to the restaurant’s signature cut of steak and to the series of early 1930’s Studio Manasse black and white nudes that adorn the walls. With its original location that opened in New York in 2000, Strip House is often credited with introducing the concept of the modern steakhouse.
Strip House is open Sunday – Thursday 5PM to 11PM and Friday – Saturday 5PMto 11:30PM. For more information please contact 702.737.5200 or visit www.striphouse.com.