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Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

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  • Steakhouses
  • 440 9th Ave, New York NY10001 40.753745 -73.995932
  • (Btwn 34th & 35th St)
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  • (212) 244-0005
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User Ratings (Based on 65 reviews)

3.295
Food 3.5 Value 2.6
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 244-0005
Fax:
fax
(212) 244-0054
Website:
www.unclejacks.com
Place Order:
Order From Uncle Jack's Steakhouse for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4pm Dinner Sun-Wed: 4pm-11pm Thu-Sat: 4pm-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Tasting Menu, Pre/Post Theater, Happy Hour, Raw Bar, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by DRWFOOD on 10/30/2009

    None Better!

    I don't understand some of the negative posts on Uncle Jack's. This place is the most consistent steakhouse I have ever been to. More consistent than Peter Lugers, Keens, Wolfgangs and Sparks. The service is always very attentive so it is totally out of character if you don't get it. It is very pricey but you get what you pay for. A Porterhouse steak that is grilled to perfection, huge Australian lobster tails, crab cakes with no bread filling and great wine list. The Chilean seabass is also great. Being a season ticket holder of Knick and Ranger tickets Uncle Jack's is where I dine before the games. The food is consistently very good and the service is second to none.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by MC Sangesano on 08/16/2009

    Old Fashioned Food and Service

    Going to Uncle Jack's is a step back in time in terms of the food, the decor, and the service. When I imagine a 50 year old stock broker from the 1920's taking his best clients out for a dinner (which I imagine often) - I imagine them going to Uncle Jack's. The food isn't exactly inspired - but it is solid, no frills, quality plates. The service is impeccable with a waitstaff that pays attention to every detail. The ambiance is slightly stuffy with gilded mirrors and a whole ton of oak - but it feels like a steakhouse ought to feel - traditional, wealthy, and conservative. On my visit I and a group of four other friends ordered family style for the table. We all split a 2lb lobster, an order of the Porterhouse for three, two apps, and three sides. With drinks the damage was about 85$ a person. Not a cheap night out - but who goes to a steakhouse for a cheap night out?

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Beefman on 07/08/2009

    Beef at its best

    My 1st time at uncle jacks last night on 56th street. I was impressed on every level. The restaurant was beautiful. The staff was friendly service was very good. Had porterhouse for 2 which was spot on, highly charred, very tender and flavorful. Garlic Mashed was rich and delicious as was creamed spinach. Shared a crabcake which was amazing sauce was a little rich for me but my date loved it. Will be going back again soon!

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by af307 on 06/26/2009

    Wonderful!

    I am totally confused by these negative posts. I have been to Uncle Jack's Steakhouse several times, and NEVER have I gotten any food or service that was less than excellent. The staff is attentive, knowledgeable, and fun--not to mention patient, which is a rare quality in a New York restaurant this busy. Between my family and I pretty much every category on the menu has been sampled and we haven't been disappointed yet. It is unexpected to find a steakhouse that also delivers when you order seafood, chicken or a salad, and Uncle Jack's manages to do so. But, of course, we often end up with the porterhouse--rich and buttery, sizzling and generous. Like any upscale steakhouse in the city, it is on the pricey side, but if you're looking for an authentic, fun and quality dinner out, Uncle Jack's Steakhouse is the place to go.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Joe R. on 04/20/2009

    Kobe NOT THE REAL THING

    The reason we went to Uncle Jacks is that they advertise Kobe beef. So we traveled into New York for a guest birthday ( Kobe beef was on his list of food to taste in his lifetime)Well what a disappointment the so called Kobe at Uncle Jacks isn't the real thing. They should change their menu and web site to reflect this. will not go again

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by MC on 12/13/2008

    Poor service

    This would not be a place I would call the best steak and go back to. First off, service was poor. We did not get any bread while waiting for our food when everyone around us did. Second, my boyfriend and I ordered a NY strip and a filet mignon with garlic mash potatoes. I specifically asked the waiter to bag the leftover filet mignon and the garlic mash potatoes to take home. Instead, when we got home we found the leftover filet mignon and a large bone from the NY strip with no meat. Inattentive to customer needs. The steak was mediocre. Not worth the price.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Steak123 on 10/13/2008

    Pathetic

    I was seated for dinner and after 15min past I started wondering how long it would take for someone to come to the table. I frequent many steakhouses and decided not to make a big deal of it, just out of curiosity. After 40min without anyone coming to the table I had to let the maitre-D know. "Just want to make you aware it's been 40 min and no one has come to the table". She looked utterly confused as if I had horns coming out the top of my head. No explanation by anyone, a server came up and took the order without listening. Received my mediocre meat and side at high end prices. They didn't charge for the cappucino which I guess was supposed to make it all alright. It's a comedy of a steakhouse, only because it takes itself as a serious one.

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