Topping the food chain is a tremendous achievement, which is why humans triumphantly plant flag-like toothpicks in burgers and belt the national anthem at their steaks before devouring them. Enjoy life at the top with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of steakhouse fare at The Strip Club 104 Steak House in Greer. This Groupon is valid for dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Along with experienced chef Jeff Dye, sibling team Jason and Allison Clark stack The Strip Club 104's menu with steaks, seafood, and innovative sides, striving to lighten up the shadowy ambiance of traditional steak houses with culinary creativity. Diners can inaugurate meals with the five-cheese bon bons ($9), a quintet of aged cheeses fried into crispy capsules and served with a balsamic glace that, like a glove coated in chocolate, adds a touch of sweetness. The chef slaps a fried egg on grilled, house-aged Black Angus filet mignon to sculpt the steak n egg plate ($14 for small portion; $24 for large), arraying smoked-bacon collard greens, jalapeño bacon, and Carolina gold rice pilaf on the side to fill valuable plate real estate. Guests gander at the Choice Cuts roster to dress a meat of their choice—including strip steak ($18; $32), lamb racks ($19; $32), and wild salmon ($12; $21)—in one of 12 sauces, gravies, or rubs, before buddying chops up with a duo of upscale sides such as sautéed tarragon forest mushrooms or crunchy sweet potato mash. Instead of investing in cumbersome grain-vision goggles, wheat-wary patrons can browse a menu that highlights gluten-free options, and grape gurus can explore the restaurant's expansive wine list.
The Strip Club 104's brick façade opens into an elegant and rustic interior, where wood-paneled walls lay burnished beams across ceilings and cylindrical lights cast ethereal white glows. Because the dress code is Friday business casual, patrons should refrain from wearing fluorescent fanny packs that aren't part of a pantsuit.
104 E Poinsett St.
Greer, South Carolina 29651Get Directions