Cohn Restaurant Group expands their culinary empire
For the past twenty-five years, the Cohn Restaurant Group (CRG) has slowly expanded their culinary footprint here in San Diego by opening classic and unique dining establishments. The San Diego-based and family-owned Cohn Group currently owns and operates eleven restaurants throughout San Diego County. Each establishment offers its own unique dining experience with one main component in common – an obsession with hospitality. That obsession translates into exceptional food offered at the highest level of service. With an attention to detail, each restaurant is also aesthetically appealing in design offering customers a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. The success of the Cohn formula has translated into numerous awards and accolades for all their restaurants.
For the first time, the CRG is duplicating the theme of one of their signature restaurants through their most recent expansion – La Jolla Strip Club. The CRG took their highly successful Downtown Strip Club theme of a 21-and-up, “grill your own” steak restaurant and duplicated it in the University Town Center (UTC) area of San Diego. The new La Jolla Strip Club restaurant and vodka lounge features a casual and friendly steak house atmosphere.
“The La Jolla Strip Club is the kind of joint where you would find James Bond enjoying martinis and steaks with Charlie’s Angels,” said David Cohn, president of the Cohn Restaurant Group. “Our provocative décor and menu items create the best atmosphere for enjoying the fun things in life – such as breaking the ice on a blind date, having a cool girls’ night out and more. We are certain that our team, led by Executive Chef and General Manager James Stephenson, will continue our award-winning Strip Club legacy.
“Provocative” is definitely the right word to use when describing the theme of this restaurant. The lunch menu boosts such food categories as Lounge Acts, Sinful Salads, Main Stage Selections and Naughty Treats. Guests can find humor written all over the menu when they order such items as “Kinky Calamari” or “Hot Thang” Wings.
The dinner menu serves up choice cuts of twenty-one day aged, midwestern, corn-fed angus beef that has been marinated in olive oil, balsamic vinegar and herbs. The meat is tender and juicy but is also subject to your own cooking talents in this “grill your own” steak house. There is an abundant selection of Sassy Sides to choose from as well as a few XXX-tras.
Naughty Treats include the Rated “R” Root Beer Float – definitely not what your mom used to make when growing up. This adult version features Three Olives Root Beer Vodka and amaretto poured over vanilla ice cream.
In addition to great food La Jolla Strip Club also features flat screen TVs, pool tables and an impressive collection of pin-up artwork, which is all part of that “provocative” theme. The vodka lounge houses a large selection of more than 100 different vodkas with martinis affordably priced at just $7.00. Happy Hour is in full swing Monday – Friday from 3-7 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 5-7 pm.
For your next dining adventure let La Jolla Strip Club add a little “spice” to your meal.
La Jolla Strip Club
4282 Esplanade Court, San Diego (UTC area)
Open for lunch (full service) Monday – Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Open nightly at 5 p.m. for “grill-your-own” dinner