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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
They parked a champagne bucket "truck" right in front of my booth- table obstructing our view! I gently asked if they could move it to side and they said no and it will remain there for remainder of evening! Unbelievable! $1k+ View! We won't be returning... Simply Rude.
Impeccable service. I’ve never been treated better at a restaurant. This was my first time at a restaurant of this caliber and I almost expected the atmosphere to be a little snotty. On the contrary, the staff was warm and friendly with a very professional manner.
The food was much the same as the service. Devine! No other way to describe it. Mushroom market salad was to die for!
Michelin’s downgrade to 2 stars is now viewed by this diner as a political move due to the location of JG within Kim Jong Trump’s Columbus Circle tower and not a reflection of any change in quality as our recent dining experience attests. JG was stellar as usual in our 20 plus meals there over the past 15 or so years. Yep we hold our nose and hide our face more than before 2016 when entering JG but what a fine oasis exists once in. Glorious dining space, attentive professional service, wonderful beverage program, exciting dishes - observe Michelin’s downgrade at your own peril. We’ll be back!
I felt the service and all the courses except the main entree were exceptional. Two of us ordered the beef tenderloin and both were so salty that it was inedible . My wife ordered the sea bass. She said it was just an awful combination of being too sweet and salty. We chose not to say anything because we were celebrating a birthday but felt like we should have just because it was so unusual for that to have happened. Every other course was amazing and just what I have always come to expect while dining there. I’m not sure what happened but it was disappointing
Atmosphere and service fantastic. We could not say the same with the food. First the good: oysters, and diver scallops and foie gras brûlée absolutely fantastic. Lobster with noodles was excellent. My wife ordered the duck breast and it was gamey but she did NOT send it back should have. I had sweetbreads, and although what I ate of them was VERY tasty but they were mostly undercooked. Again, I should have sent back but did not.
Deserts wonderful but just too much. I ordered the dark chocolate dessert and my wife the Orchard desert. Excellent and one could easily have been shared. Too much because they also brought chocolate candy, nougat and fresh jelly candy, and fresh marshmallows. Then before we left more candy. A great experience to have once, but we would not go back. Frankly on the overall we were very disappointed. When you spend close to $400.00 for dinner for two the one think you do expect is fantastic food, and that is just not what we got.
Absolutely magnificent—up to its reputation and then some. One of the most memorable meals we have ever enjoyed. Each dish is prepared with imagination, sophistication, and great care. Try the transcendent crab risotto, the divine pistachio-coated black bass, the best duck ever, ingenious sashimi. Service impeccable, friendly, professional. All raves and no reservations from our very happy table.
Arrived with my wife on time for our 5:30 pre-theater, Birthday dinner reservation Tuesday 12/26. I could expand on the unevenness and rush of starting portion of service but don’t want to bury the lead.
After pleasantries, menu discussion, wine order and the obligatory discussion of food sensitivities and allergies (mine, in detail, the adult allergy onset and anaphylactic shock response to fish), dinner was ordered. A minute later our server returned to confirm my fish allergy.
A couple of minutes later, engaged in conversation over our wine, the server emerged with the amuse bouche, described so fast as to not find the words discernible. Yes I interrupted discussion to take a mindless bite, looked st the fish, called the server back and asked “what did you say this was?”
It was Skate, and my panic started to set in. While it had been 20 years since I knowingly or mistakenly had eaten fish the fear of anaphylactic shock onset was palpable. While I often had joked that it would be great if I were mistakenly and unknowingly served fish and found I was no longer allergic, I didn’t choose or want to take the unknown risk.
The response of the restaurant and its floor GM (who waited at least 5 minutes to come over to the table after we saw him being informed) was pathetic, insensitive, unprepared, insensitive (was I really worried about the payment for my meal or what other replacement food I wanted as I waited to see if I was going into shock).
A restsurant, especially one that revels in and claims Michelin stars, creates a sacred trust with its guests concerning the quality and safety of the food, and the dining experience, not unlike Doctor’s who shall “ do no harm” to their patients.
I guess I have Jean Georges to thank for potentially re-opening my enjoyment of some fish, but the excuse, despite asking TWICE about my allergy, that the server “forgot to tell the chef” is an error, and breach of trust, that cannot be forgiven, despite the result.
El Restaurant es elegante, clásico y de muchos años ya en NYC. El menú esperaba mayor calidad y sabores en sus creaciones para un nivel de restaurante como debía ser. Entendible que le hayan quitado una estrella Michelin el año pasado. Recomendable pero no extraordinario
We went to JG to celebrate our engagement. This could not have been a better choice. Very cosy, great service, very interesting and tasty menus (frog legs turned out to be quite delicious!). We ordered two different tasting menues and came at 5:15pm. We thought at first that it was too early for dinner but we finished at 9pm so coming early paid off. We are not used to pay hundreeds of dollars for dinner but this one was totally worth it!
This is one of my favorite restaurants for a special occasion. Each course is interesting and delicious. The staff is attentive but unobtrusive. The wine list has a great selection of wines by the glass. The ambiance is perfect - beautiful soft lighting and hushed but not stuffy dining room.
Jean George's was simply outstanding in every aspect of our visit. My fiancée and I were there to celebrate our engagement. The staff there made us extremely welcome and really added to the special occasion. All of the food that we had at lunch was fantastic - particularly the yellowfin tuna and Parmesan chicken. The wine was also great and very easy to organise ahead of time so that it was a surprise when we got there for my fiancée.
We will be back when we visit New York again!
Outstanding meal! This was our first time to the restaurant and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The service was friendly and attentive, and more comfortable than other 5-star restaurant. Highlights of the meal were the Diver Scallops with caulifower puree, Sea Bass in a tasty broth, and the duck breast. Can't wait to go again!
Dining at Jean George was one of the most memorable experiences I have ever had with my boyfriend. We were celebrating Christmas early, with him being a chef he appreciated the aspect of exquisite customer service as well as each dish being beautifully presented. We both had the Autumn tasting menu and it was unforgettable.
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