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06/26/12Provided by Citysearch
Another well kept key.The Club has been at this place for years and looks unsightly from the outside. Get into inside your home and process wood flooring and accessories, amazing meals and beverages and remarkable service. A certain must for those who really like steak! They provide deals everyday and definitely a great dinner encounter.
02/16/11Provided by Citysearch
MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE BEEN COMING TO THIS RESTAURANT FOR MANY YEARS. IT HAS BEEN CONSISTANTLY GREAT. FROM INTIMATE DINNERS FOR TWO TO FAMILY CELEBRATIONS THE CLUBHOUSE HAS MAINTAINED THEIR HIGH STANARDS BOTH IN SERVICE AND AMAZING FOOD. SO IT SADDENED AND CONFUSED ME TO SEE ANY BAD REVIEWS AT ALL, BUT I GUESS YOU CAN'T PLEASE EVERYONE. I THINK SOME THINGS YOU HAVE TO TRY FOR YOURSELF AND I SUGGEST YOU TRY THIS PLACE THE NEXT TIME YOU GO OUT TO DINNER ESPECIALLY ON MONDAY WHEN THEIR ENTIRE WINE LIST IS A 1/3RD OFF!! COUPLE THAT WITH THEIR COWBOY STEAK AND A PLATTER OF THEIR CRISPY FRIED ONIONS AND YOU'LL HAVE A FANTASTIC MEAL TO REMEMBER. I GUARANTEE YOU'LL GO BACK AGAIN
08/23/10Provided by Citysearch
I can't understand some of the awful reviews Clubhouse has received. Every time I have gone there, the food has been excellent, as has the service. I can't say I've ordered many different things from the menu since when I go, I usually get the filet mignon, a side (usually spinach), sometimes the soup, a glass of wine. But, I've never been disappointed at all. I've gone to Peter Luger's, The Palm and other reputable steak houses in the city and I've always found Clubhouse to be the best. Of course, if you go to a steakhouse, you have to expect to pay more than a night out at Applebee's but I've never left disappointed in the meal/service or had any problems. I don't know about all the posters' comments about problems with discounts; it's a shame if there have been problems with that- just don't offer them then, or honor them appropriately- but I can't comment on that since that type of situation never happened to me. But I will always look forward to a night out at Clubhouse!
01/21/10Provided by Citysearch
This place gets it right. Cozy, Romantic atmosphere and very attentive service. Our favorites were the marinated cowboy steak and the lobster tails, plus tasty sides. They also have a great, affordable wine selection. We had a great experience and will definitely go back!
12/15/09Provided by Citysearch
Known for it's steaks, I had an excellent rare tuna steak recently crusted with sesame served with a tropical drizzle...delicious. My companion enjoyed thier marinated steak and our bottle of wine on that Monday was 1/3 off. Small, comfortable and cozy, and great food.
07/16/09Provided by Citysearch
Back in 2007 everything was just fine. WHAT HAPPENED? My guess is the economic downturn has had an impact here. I too was a bit disappointed after my coupon was denied … now I see I am not alone. But the big problem was the quality of the beef has fallen way off, and my server did get a little snippy with me when I said something. When I get back North again next month, this place will not be on my list of places to eat.
06/17/09Provided by Citysearch
I read the reviews of this place here before my visit. Most of it sounded good but the recent reviews had me wondering about this places coupon policy and servers. My husband and I both had an appetizer, the 36 dollar prime filet, and one of the better bottles of wine. I presented the coupon before dessert … “Oh sorry ….bla bla blaa.” What a shame, place was otherwise OK, but the other reviewers were quite right, waitress treated us like low lifes after presenting a coupon, major attitude problem. The discount coupon is indeed just a come-on. But I do not like to lose. In the end I got my 15 percent …. I was the 2 dollar and change tip. Remember me now?
06/03/09Provided by Citysearch
Only one thing wrong with this place, and in this day and age, that’s enough. The discount coupon is a come-on, a fraud to use an unkind word. Our waitress said that one of the 4 people at the table had the special, so we could not use it … fine, the other 3 people want a separate check … “Oh it’s per table so no good.” PLEASE, What next? I would have continued arguing, but at that point I would have expected her to tell me that we could not use the coupon because we were not wearing pink, good grief! There are too many excellent places to spend my money in Huntington so GOOD-BYE CLUBHOUSE.
02/04/09Provided by Citysearch
The food was not bad I got the t bone and it was tuff. My wife got the surf and turf and liked it. The costomer service was terrible. The waitress was rude and when I told her we had a problem getting the $15 cupon that they advertise on the web site she rolled her eyes and had an attitude for the rest of the night. The manager was no help when i explained the problem to him but my wife and I were determined to have a good night because we have 4 children and do not get to go to eat very often. We enjoyed our appitizer even though they brought out the wrong appitizer for me. The waitress did not come around once to see if the food was good or to see if we needed any more drinks. When we finished our dinner the waitress did a drive by with the desert menu. Needless to say I would rcommend one of the many other steakhouses on Long Iland before you bother to go to the Clubhouse were their motto should be it was your privlage to eat at our establishment.
12/17/07Provided by Citysearch
I HAVE BEEN TO ALL THE BEST STEAK HOUSES AND LET ME TELL YOU THIS ONE WAS THE BEST. I really want to say that everything was great, from being seated to getting our drinks quickly, to the food preparation. it was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, and will definitely go back again and again!
10/15/07Provided by Citysearch
It's sad that I have to write such a negative review but I feel I must. Hopefully they will learn from my experience and feedback. I am a foodie and experienced restaurant patron. Here's a list of the things that went wrong: Attended by 4 different servers - created confusion. Our primary server was very pleasant and earnest but a newbie and it showed. Management should have trained her more before putting her on. Not her fault. Specifically asked for the meal to be paced out slowly as we were looking forward to savoring each course and their wine list (more $$ for them!). The mozzarella garlic bread pre-appetizer came out with the appetizers. No room on the table for it with the presentation (large plate). Drink service/wine ordering was delayed. Entrees were delivered with appetizers still on the table. Porterhouse steaks were flavorless and tough (though cooked right - medium rare). Sauteed mushrooms were like wood and inedible. Sauteed onions were sloppy - some cooked soft, some not and tough cut ends were not discarded. Also not much flavor. Baked potato was small, steamed and limp. Twice-baked potato was bland and obvioulsy not house-made (I hope not) and was a tiny, half serving. The creamed spinach - it was obvious that they used frozen spinach and mixed it with canned cream of chicken soup. Lastly, the duck was so overcooked it was 90% inedible. Like chewing on a sponge with berry sauce.
The good: Escargot and the wine.
Here's how I measure a steakhouse - you order the traditional stuff: Porterhouse (fail), sauteed mushrooms (miserable) and onions (passable), creamed spinach (terrible) and a baked potato (an afterthought). We were told the CIA-trained executive chef was there (even more surprising) and when I spoke with the manager to at least give him some objective feedback (and maybe another chance in the future), his absolute lack of interest and incredulity sank it.
03/08/07Provided by Citysearch
this restaurant has been around for a long time, aside from a recent interior decor change it's consistanly the same as many years ago. great service from staff that sticks around for more than a few months (meaning you get remembered and a good bartender remembers your favorite drink). the menu reflects mostly beef but also does a fine job with buffalo, game, seafood and in particular the sauces paired with these foods.
The place for steak since 1962.
- General Info
- The Clubhouse, a Huntington Restaurant tradition, was founded in 1962 by John and Geraldine Bies, and is currently managed by their son, Jeffrey. The Clubhouse is family owned and operated. It offers impeccable food, personal service and cozy, candle-lit ambiance, making it one of Long Island's premiere restaurants and dining experiences. Whether you're joining us for an intimate dinner or a larger gathering of up to 30 people, we want you and your party to be totally content. Chef Charlie, who has been with us since 1994, will help assure that. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America who has honed his craft at fine restaurants from Nantucket to Manhattan, he takes tremendous pride in each and every dish he expertly prepares. One of his signature creations is his own "Cowboy Marinade;" a spicy, Gold Souza Tequila and lime seasoning that we soak our T-Bones, Rib Eyes, New York strip steaks and Filet Mignon in before cooking. One scrumptious bite and you'll be in heaven!
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- Regular Hours
Mon Closed Tue - Thu: Fri - Sat: Sun:
- Steak Houses, American Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, Bars, Caterers, Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
- * Bar Open Late * Dinner * Intimate Private Parties * Lunch
- Payment Options
- Price Range
- Jericho Turnpike 1/4 West of Rt. 110 in Huntington
- West Hills, Huntington Station
NY State Restaurant Association
National Restaurant Association
- Other Information
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Barbecue, American, Take Out, Steakhouse, Seafood
Alcohol: Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Bike Parking: No