8081 Georgia Ave
Entrance on Sligo Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.jackiesrestaurant.com/
- Phone: 3015659700x
- Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday & Monday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm, Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Adam Harvey
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: For information on having one of your events catered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Private Party Facilities: Jackie's has a dedicated private event space called the Back Room, which holds up to 75. We also provide private dining options in the main dining room and in Sidebar, our craft cocktail bar next door. For information on having a private dinner or other function, please email email@example.com.
- Private Party Contact: Carolyn Crow 2025659700x
- Cross Street: Sligo Ave
- Public Transit: Silver Spring Metro station is .6 miles from our establishment (approximately a 12 minute walk). We are 6 blocks south of the metro on Georgia Avenue. Metrobus line 70 stops on Georgia and Sligo Avenue. Metrobus 79 (express) also runs on Georgia Avenue.
- Parking: Street Parking
- Parking Details: There is metered street parking surrounding the building and a Montgomery County Parking Garage located directly across the street from our main entrance on Sligo Avenue. Parking is free on Saturdays and Sundays. (Limited street parking on Sunday brunch--please use garage parking.)
A word from Jackie's Restaurant
Jackie's is an independent American restaurant in downtown Silver Spring serving farm-to-table seasonal cuisine. Located in a converted warehouse, it offers a dramatic and award-winning interior design, food with a distinctively modern flair, and a critically recognized wine selection. Next door is Sidebar, considered one of the top craft cocktail bars in the region.Continued
Foodspotting photosSee all photos
Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerFit for Foodies
Jackie's Restaurant - Best Restaurants in Silver Spring ›
Jackie's Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
108 reviews since April 30, 2014
- Ambiance4Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (75)neighborhood gem (65)special occasion (36)good for groups (23)great for brunch (21)hot spot (17)romantic (16)vibrant bar scene (16)notable wine list (15)kid-friendly (10)great for lunch (8)late-night find (8)great for outdoor dining (4)Show More
- Made my dayFlocatelDined on 8/23/2014Had to find a place to propose to my girlfriend 'cos I was coming from outta town. The staff was very nice and helpful in making it a memorable day. The icing on the cake was the fact that the food was pretty awesome. Kudos guys. Jackies is really worth the hype.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great FoodRitaTDined on 8/23/2014I hadn't been to Jackie's for many years and was delighted with my meal last Saturday night. My friend and I shared the bone marrow appetizer. Our entrees were the lamb belly and the cobia. All were delicious. My only complaint was the noise. I had asked in my reservation for a quiet table but was seated at a noisy table, although booths were available at the time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- much improvedMarthaNellDined on 8/16/2014We were very disappointed when we visited the "new Jackie's" back in the early spring and had not returned until Sat evening (having been a regular for years). We were disappointed earlier because we weren't seated in the area requested and the host was a little haughty, which we thought was silly. Sat evening was very different. The host who took our reservation request earlier in the afternoon made sure we were seated where we had asked, the food was significantly better (the new chef seems to have found his bearings), and our service was good overall. Matt made certain our drinks were perfect. We will start returning to one of our longtime favorite restaurants now.Special Features:
- Wonderful surprise and valueAnivCoupleDined on 8/15/2014We concluded that it had been way too long since we last visited Jackie's. Each dish featured wonderful tastes and visual delights and adequate proportion size. What more can you ask for?Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent as always!YummmDined on 8/15/2014Service was great, food was a hit with all. Very reasonable wine list. This place never disappoints!Special Features:
- Simply amazingOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/9/2014There really are no words. The art of food. The flavor profiles were complex and intriguing.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Change is not always goodOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 8/8/2014Jackie's has long been a favorite "occasion" place for my wife and me. The atmosphere is cute and trendy, and the food has always been top-notch. Sometime between our last and this visit, Jackie's changed to a small plate restaurant. To their credit, all the plates we ordered were appropriately sized for our waiter's suggestion of 3 plates per person. Also, everything we ate was delicious. However, my wife and I both felt that Jackie's was better off before, and we don't think we'll be returning. Previously the menu was always creative, but comforting. Now, plates are "dotted" with sauces and foams. Caviar is used as a topping for potatoes for no better reason than it's fancy. Great food turned into food that is trying too hard.Special Features:
- This is the placeSeaCrisVIPDined on 7/27/2014After a hot day of moving furniture we found this little neighborhood gem. Very ambience. Really delicious and varied offerings. Top notch service. We did the 3 and 4 course meals fixed price meals. A 3.5 course meal would have filled me up so unless you are really hungry stick with the three course. There is enough to sample among a group so vary orders. Pricey but worth it.Special Features:
- Great service, great food!OpenTable Diner Since 2004Dined on 7/26/2014We had not been back to Jackie's since the menu was changed, but what a great surprise. The food was delicious and we had a great waiter. It's fun to share small plates but you can rapidly run up the bill. The wine list is nice with choices for just a glass if you want. Desserts were wonderful!Special Features:
- Fun and unique for SSRickVIPDined on 7/25/2014Jackie's features a seasonal menu that is fresh and delicious. As expected with small plates, the food arrived in waves and we started with the brussels and anchovy crisps, both of which were surprisingly delicious. Next were the green tomatoes. We wish that we would have realized that they were fried tomatoes. That was not our favorite and frankly we didn't eat them. However next were our "main meals", and I ordered the char and my wife had the wagyu. My char was fantastic, but wow, the wagyu was outrageously delicious. I'd order 3 of those next time! That made up for the disappointing fried tomatoes. I also appreciate that our waited was attentive, friendly, and that our wine was very good and my water glass was never empty.Special Features:
- One of the best restaurants in DMVmaxinetteVIPDined on 7/24/2014Jackie's is one of the best restaurants in the DC metro area. Tucked off the beaten path in Silver Spring, you'd never know about it unless you knew about it. Each course is a work of art, carefully and intentionally crafted for cohesive and unexpected delight.Special Features:
- An off evening at Jackie'sgourmandDined on 7/23/2014Sometimes the evil dinner forces just merge. We like Jackie's and the usually excellent food and drinks and especially their any-3-items for $27. After days of family guests we were looking forward to time together and a nice dinner. However, dinner was a mix of small but loud running children, slow kitchen, too many below-par food items, and a really bad cocktail. The waiter graciously volunteered couple of excellent complementary glasses of wine and that did ease the pain enough to keep the neighborhood Jackie's in our go-to list.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Uninterested staff not understandinEnjoyDined on 7/21/2014Staff was uninterested and were bordering on rude. We had several in our party that could not eat bacon but they insisted no veggie subs were available without bacon. Didn't careSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Changes - better or worseTroubletouristDined on 7/19/2014I've been coming to Jackie's sporadically over the past six years - crossing town to do so. While I appreciate the service, generally like small plates and appreciate the attention to presentation I am frankly finding it increasingly and unbearably pretentious. I had the scallops - and they were good but I think they were actually cut in half. Again - I have no problem with the concept of small plates, haute cuisine or with paying for it - but it wasn't that great and both me and my date felt unsatisfied. Think my Jackie's run is done. Might drop in for their cocktails before heading elsewhere to eat, but that's about it. Shame since I had sentiment towards the place as one of my first and favourite DC dining experiences.Special Features:
- coldfoodielizDined on 7/13/2014Air-conditioning made it cold for dining. There was also a mistake in our bill which was quickly corrected
- UNEXPECTED MENU CHANGE...ReneeVIPDined on 7/12/2014The bulletin should be out - Jackie's menu isn't like it used to be - and not quite for the better. While the hip ambiance was still there, and food quality was high, patrons should be warned of strict portion control! Either change the name to "Jackie's Tapas House" or offer larger portions as entrees - but don't assume that patrons should plan accordingly simply based on a price tag. While our server was very knowledgeable and friendly, service was PAINFULLY SLOW - a 2 and 1/2 hour sitting for 4 people! We dared not order additional items for fear of staying the night.Special Features:
- Good but unevenbobwVIPDined on 7/12/2014Group of 8. Most liked their choices. Two felt entrees were way over salted. To their credit, they quickly gave alternatives.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not as great as it wasOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 7/12/2014We used to love Jackie's. But in our last two or three dinners, we have found the food not so special and the portions shrinking . My quail first came out uncooked, the waiter took it back, and brought a free appetizer--Brussels sprouts. Nice thought but Brussels sprouts are one of a handful of foods that I don't like. Bring back the old menu and the old portion sizes.
- Where should we go tonight?BuckieDined on 7/12/2014We wanted to go to dinner Saturday and couldn't decide where to go. We have eaten at Jackie's many times. I decided to find something new. Nothing "new" appealed. I checked all the menus of the restaurants I was considering and there was no question: Jackie's was where we were going. Everything we had was absolutely delicious. I had a wild greens salad, then a dish with small sliced tomatoes and feta cheese, and then pork with slices of orange beets. My plain descriptions here do not do justice to the food. The selection of items in each dish and the accompany sauces and seasonings set this apart as a meal to remember. It was a very special evening.Special Features:
- Creativity Trumps TasteJoJoVIPDined on 7/5/2014Jackie's clearly has a creative chef, but the night we went, a heavy hand overwhelmed good ingredients. The soft shell crab was fresh and lightly battered, but the accompanying sauce smear was too sweet and powerful for the crab which demands delicacy. The stellar halibut was cooked until dry, the little dumplings tasted like under cooked matzah balls and the petit squash were lost in a coying sauce. The brussel sprouts and quail were a hit!
- One of our favoritesSteveDined on 6/29/2014The food at Jackie's is almost always exciting, and always a pleasure. We had brunch on Sunday. I had a french toast dish that was a good mix of flavors and textures, a sweet treat that was a great start to my day.Special Features:
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 6/28/2014Loved the place...eclectic setting...interesting offerings...fun to experience.Special Features:
- A consistently delightful surpriseTerryVIPDined on 6/28/2014There's so much to like about Jackie's, among them the change-ups in the menu. You won't be bored eating here, ever! Summer brings an emphasis on fresh fruits, vegetables and lightly prepared fish. The halibut was outstanding and I savored every bite. Fried green tomatoes were crispy, light and full of flavor. The truffle noodles, despite sounding heavy, was not. We polished that off along with the brussel sprouts which are a must-have every time we come. A new addition was a pork tenderloin served with delicately flavored cippolini onions and scrumptious roasted fennel. I can't say enough good things about the serious cooking that goes on here. It's creative, delicious, and inventive and we always look forward to a return visit.Special Features:
- LauraDined on 6/27/2014Fun, different, definitely an interesting option for those who are tired of the corporate approach to food.Special Features:
- Monday night is unusualElaineVIPDined on 6/23/2014I think had we gone on any other night than Monday, we would have given a much higher rating. Monday night is fried chicken night and that is all that is on the menu. Fried Talapia can substituted for chicken. Having a gluten allergy, the evening looked to be a disaster, but the terrific waiter, Collin, persuaded the kitchen to give us the side dish of ribs as a main course. We will try it again on a different night.Special Features:
- Business BrunchOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 6/22/2014I held a business Brunch at this restaurant. The food was very good. The staff seems a little stressed. It appears that one section of the restaurant could not be seated because it had a foul order and the staff could not identify what was causing it. One would think management would have stepped in to provide instructions on how to care of the situation. Once that issue is addressed I am sure anyone would fully enjoy their experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Disappointing BrunchOpenTable Diner Since 2008VIPDined on 6/22/2014I visited Jackie's for brunch, and was pretty disappointed in the experience. We ordered the cinnamon rolls to start, but they were very dry, as if they were not freshly made. Our waiter was not the most attentive, so we sat with empty plates and coffee mugs that needed to be refilled. I was surprised that when the waiter for the table next to us refilled his patron's coffee mug, he didn't offer to refill ours. When we finally did get more coffee, it was cold. However, the omelets that we ordered were very good - similar to the level of quality that we would expect from Jackie's.
- One of the best in the DC areapwthorntonDined on 6/21/2014Jackie's is a great place to go for brunch or dinner. The food is excellent and seasonal. The drink list is as well. If you're looking for top-notch modern American food, it's hard to beat Jackie's.Special Features:
- Best is Silver SpringvectorsoftwareDined on 6/15/2014If this is not your favorite in Silver Spring then you have not been here. I have lived in SS for 2 years and Jackie's has gone from one-of-a-kind-Spectacular to out-of-this-world-Amazing.Special Features:
- basicfoodfanDined on 6/14/2014High prices, small portions. Much emphasis on plate arrangement and creative, sophisticated use of a variety of ingredients. Fine if that is your kind of thing.Special Features:
- Imaginative food, excellent serviceMarylandFoodLoverDined on 6/10/2014We brought out-of-town guests to Jackie's and they termed it "a winner." The prix fixe dinner offered a good selection of first, main, and dessert courses, and each was complex and delicious.Special Features:
- Outstanding cuisine!BarbaraAVIPDined on 6/8/2014Very accomplished and inventive plates. Truly a pleasure to enjoy such a well thought out, executed and served meal. We will be back and soon. Very quiet on a Sunday evening.Special Features:
- Too little food for too much $$DCdinerDined on 6/7/2014We were looking forward to trying Jackie's since we moved to the neighborhood. I had worried about getting a reservation at the last minute on a Saturday night, but I soon realized my fears were unfounded because there were many open tables when we arrived. We were seated right away and the servers were nice, but the prices for the food were unjustified. The waitress warned us that the portion sizes were "tasting sizes" (something we wish we'd known before choosing to dine there) and she was not exaggerating. We thought the prices were a bit high before we realized we wouldn't even be getting a full sized meal! The food tasted fine, but the skimpy portions and high prices ensured we'll never return for another dinner there.
- didn't expect such small portionsnotforme19VIPDined on 6/7/2014The service was wonderful; the ambience was lovely. The food was delicious but the entree portions were surprisingly small.Special Features:
- Innovative and delightful cuisineFiresignDined on 6/7/2014If you are looking for a place with great food & a fun atmosphere were you can try new tastes, this is it! Jackie's does "tasting plates," so you order several dishes and everyone can try a few bites. Our very knowledgeable and friendly server recommended 3-4 plates per person, and this was perfect for us. Expect seasonal ingredients mixed with everything from Wagyu beef and black truffles to staples like potatoes and deviled eggs . Seafood, vegetarian, meats of all kinds all well prepared in surprising and fun ways and beautifully plated. Wine list has some great choices and is reasonably priced. Exterior is unassuming, but don't pass this one by. Great dinner out to celebrate our anniversary. Will definitely be back (with friends)!Special Features:
- Great Food and Great ServiceStephanieVIPDined on 6/6/2014I love the ambiance and intimate feel of Jackie's. From the moment we walked in, we were treated with the best service from the host to the bussers. The retro decor really made this place fun. Two thumbs up for tempted our pallets.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not for meluvsredmeatDined on 6/6/2014In Jackie's defense, I made reservations without looking at their menu. When I showed up with my date, there was nothing on the menu I wanted to eat. There were no normal options, everything had a weird name. We had a nice bottle of wine and the service was good, but neither my date or I would return there.Special Features:
- Imagative menuPat01Dined on 6/6/2014portion sizes are small but tasty. Char, halibut, chicken liver pate crostini, goat cheese cheese cake, and passion fruit mango dessert were standout. Waiter was knowlesgeable about menu and helpful in guiding out choices. Prices are high for the portion sizes and not entirely in line with the neighborhood.Special Features:
- Nice weeknight dinnerSandyDined on 6/5/2014Six of us had a family celebration dinner on a weeknight; we were seated quickly, and the menu was explained (new owner & chef since we'd been before). All the plates were very good, service was good and attentive. Only issues were (1) a rather chilly temperature indoors, when it was very nice outdoors--maybe catering a little more to the working staff in the kitchen, rather than the customers; and (2) a noticeable lack of total vegetarian dishes on the menu, which is surprising for Silver Spring these days.Special Features:
- eastern european vibeMaryVIPDined on 6/3/2014My boss told me I would "love" Jackie's. Met a good friend for a week day dinner on a Tuesday night at 7 pm. They offer a three course meal for $27 and I had the fried green tomatoes, sea scallop with foie gras and two tiny beignets for dessert. It was fine. No complaints but I would not be in a hurry to go back. Not sure what that's about.