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Jean-Georges opened in 1997 to critical acclaim. The jewel of Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s empire, the restaurant offers the very best in fine dining. Consistently awarded four stars by the New York Times and three Michelin stars, Jean-Georges presents exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. Chef Jean-Georges is a master at maintaining the essence of ingredients while using them inventively to produce the best flavor. Jean-Georges’ chic and intimate dining room was redesigned by Thomas Juul-Hansen, with striking lighting by L’Observatoire. Impeccable service, tableside preparations, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Central Park and Columbus Circle all contribute to an unforgettable dining experience. Jean-Georges offers a three-course prix-fixe menu and two six-course tasting menus: a traditional tasting of the chef’s signature dishes, and a seasonal tasting featuring fresh market ingredients.
New York, NY 10023
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday 11:45am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5:30pm - 11pm, Friday, Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm Sunday 5:30pm - 10:30pm
60th and 61st Streets
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities: Jean Georges can accommodate parties of up to 30 guests in the Boardroom Suite, located on the third floor of the Trump International hotel. The main dining room is also available for private breakfast events Monday-Friday up until 11am for groups of 20-75 guests.
Private Party Contact: Farah Abad, 212-358-0688 x28 or email@example.com
Located at 61st Street between Central Park West and Broadway is a public parking garage available for use.
A C, B, D, or 1 line to 59th Street Columbus Circle.
Full Bar, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Jean–Georges' flagship offers the best in fine dining. Awarded 4 stars by The New York Times and 3 Michelin stars, it features an exquisitely crafted menu blending French, American and Asian influences; the impeccable service, and views of Central Park make for an unforgettable dining experience.
Jean-Georges Ratings and Reviews
The food was a fantastic experience. The way the dishes was composed in a manner I have never tried before. The service however was on a very low level. The tables ordering Champagne or wines that was carried lying down in a basket, or whole bottles of port seemed to have a lot of attention. The waiter mixed plain water into my sparkling water. At one point they cleared the table for 3 out of 4 plates although one of us was still eating. The dresscode seemed to get respected less and less during the night, and normal shirts was accepted.
This place was amazing. We had scheduled a weekend in NYC to see a broadway show and decided to do a lunch instead of a very early or very late dinner. Having travelled from Boston and not sure of our arrival time - they were so accommodating when we arrived early...they had a table ready for us and we had a fantastic 2-3 hour lunch.
The menu was wonderful and our selections were beautifully presented and exquisitely prepared. Definite works of art but the taste was a truely a marvelous experience.
The wait staff was perfectly attentive and genuinely warm and friendly.
We stayed at the Trump International so Jean Georges was a natural choice. The restaurant is expensive but worth every penny. The staff is helpful without being condescending and the recommendations they made were wonderful. The blending of tastes and textures make this an unforgettable dinning experience.
My husband & I heard great things about Jean George and thought it would be a great place to go while we were visiting NYC. Once we made the reservation, we received an email for confirmation and it included that men are required to wear jackets. We didn't realize as we were boarding the plane, so we went to purchase a jacket in NYC. Needless to say, the restaurant was great, service was excellent and the food was an experience. The only one complaint, was that I noticed that some patrons did wear jackets and it was not enforced. I didn't see a "borrowed" jacket draped over their chairs, so I'm assuming that they had a free pass. Quite annoying since we were told that it was required! Note to restaurant, stick by your rules!
Jean-Georges was definitely a good dining experience - we did the summer tasting menu with the wine pairing. It was really good, but not great. A couple of the wines did not really compliment the food we were eating, which was a little disappointing as my whole party really enjoys doing tasting menus. We were also forgotten about towards the final course of our meal, we were probably one of three tables in there so we aren't quite sure why it took so long to get our final course. But overall the cuisine was very well prepared and we enjoyed ourselves, but if we are going to spend that kind of money we will probably go elsewhere next time.
Walking in to the dining room you get the sense you're about to begin a journey, with 15 or so tables and a dozen or so staff quietly observing the room. Wife and I did the 7 course tasting, while our 14YO did the 4 course menu. As with most of the top restaurants, the food showcased the purity of its ingredients rather than masking them. Picking a favorite course would be challenging as so many were exquisite - watermellon amuse, scallops, caviar, lobster dishes, pea soup. The portions were larger than expected and we couldn't finish all courses due to their size. The staff was excellent-caring and attentive without being overbearing. TFL provides the only comparable service experience. BYO wine was handled very well. We'll be back!
I have been to Jean Georges several times and have never been disappointed, and this was no exception.
I highly recommend this restaurant - my wife and I each had the tasting menus and every dish exceeded our expectations - I also had the wine pairing which provided a very nice compliment for each dish. Bravo
WOW!!! We celebrated my wife's birthday and EVERYTHING was PERFECT.From the moment we arrived,we were treated like royalty.I had given them before we arrived,several dietary restrictions and every one was carefully adhered to without us saying a word.Our server was Anna and she was more of a master chef,how she described each dish and gave us excellent advise on what to order.If you are looking for the best "special occasion" restaurant,this is the one.
Jean Georges is just the pinnacle of fine dining. We did the 7 course tasting menu and I have never ever had anything as delicious as I had in Jean Georges.
They don't serve food, they serve edible, delicious art with every bite having multiple layers of taste.
It is quite expensive (170 for the tasting menu) but absolutely worth it
Food presentation was exquisitly, simple, and elegant. Each dish was wonderful in it's delicate complexity of flavors. The service was quietly on top of everything and totally unobtrusive. They asked if anyone had any food allergies and adjusted the ammusebuch for one individual who had allergies to two items in the standard one.
Brilliant and exceptionel food, service and ambience, which was only overshadowed by an agressive air conditioning... we confronted the staff with our complaint which unfortunately didn't make it significantly better. Remember to bring warm clothes when dining here!
The food was very exquisite and the service was nice. I couldn't understand our wait staff during the food presentation as they were mumbling and with the addition of their accent, made it barely coherent. The lambchop entree was on the rough side and a bit gamy. There was too much salt and seasoning on the squab. But overall nice experience. But I don't see too much value by spending $300.00 for 2 for a dinner like this. I prefer a nice steak house instead.
Food was fantastic. Plating was beautiful and some of the creations were just amazing. However, service, although extremely slick and professional, felt a little impersonal and rushed. Everything that was said sounded like it was just being rattled off a list. We were asked about the meal but our answer was barely acknowledged because the server was already gone.
The food was good, but not great, and for the price you pay, I would expect more from each dish. My wife and I had the prix fixe (3 courses plus dessert) and each dish was okay, but not spectacular. I have had better for much less at other places. The service was good but not impeccable. I would not go back.
Our high expectations were not met. The staff seemed a bit bored by the whole experience, and as a result the service was not attentive, the food seemed "phoned in", and there was nothing particularly special about our meal. We have had wonderful, special meals in fine restaurants on 4 continents. And many nicer meals (at more reasonable prices) elsewhere in Manhattan.
Just a perfect lunch! Attentive and friendly service, well composed meals and just a nice experience. You must go here for lunch.
I had the warm asparagus sallad with truffel vinaigrette and hollandaise which were fantastic. I then had the porcini encrusted salmon which were cookef to perfection and servef with a warm leek vinaigrette.
You must finish with a dessert. I had the chocolate one and the lemon sorbet is haunting me still.
Go here, eat here and enjoy.
What can I say? Every plate we had was a work of art. Execution was flawless and the flavors simply marvelous. If you enjoy inventive, yet somehow familiar great cuisine, Jean Georges is a must. From the amuse-gueule to the egg caviar (one of Jean Georges’ signature dishes) to the cheese course, dessert, and petit fours, every single bite was impeccable.
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