Editorial Review of
Gaslamp Strip Club- A Steak Place
Initially, the buzz around the Gaslamp Strip Club centered on the name. Before the restaurant opened, a billboard was posted off the 163 freeway, asking "What's your beef with a Gaslamp Strip Club?"
The concept isn't exactly cutting-edge - "grill your own" restaurants have sprung up around the country in recent years. But besides attracting a loyal clientele, the Gaslamp Strip Club has even generated national attention - the white truffle macaroni and cheese is Rachael Ray approved. Fortunately, the restaurant's classy Fifth Avenue facade speaks for itself. Floor-to-ceiling windows, open French doors, and a large grill near the entrance reveal an upscale and lively restaurant. Sensuous velvet, sexy leather, and semi-nude drawings play to the restaurant's provocative yet whimsical theme. A more-than-affordable steak house, the Filet mignon, the most expensive cut of meat offered, rings up at $24, while the flavorful strip kabobs total $14. All come with salad and garlic bread. Additional sides are served family-sized, meaning one side can comfortably fill two guests.
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