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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)

Food 3.5 Value 2.6
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 244-0005
(212) 244-0054
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Order From Uncle Jack's Steakhouse for delivery & takeout
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Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-4pm Dinner Sun-Wed: 4pm-11pm Thu-Sat: 4pm-12am
Lunch, Dinner
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 Steven Russo on 09/27/2008

    Not going back

    I recently ate at the Midtown location where I encountered terrible service and mediocre food. The wine list is overpriced and not kept in correct conditions. Upon calling the company to discuss the experience, I spoke with someone who did nothing to remedy the situation except conduct a lawyer like deposition. I would avoid this place.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Eddie Epicurious on 08/21/2008

    Come for the beef, stay for the service

    No other type of restaurant gets more scrutiny and has more subjective opinions than steakhouses. So here is mine: Is Uncle Jack's overrated? Yes. Is it the best steakhouse in New York City? Not by a long shot. Does it boast some good quality beef? Most definitely. Go for the reduced price lunch menu which includes a Kobe beef burger (quite tasty indeed!). I don't understand previous posts regarding service problems. IMHO I thought the service was warm, attentive and efficient. In fact, it was a relief to have service that didn't feel like it had to be overly macho and gruff, a negative quality you get at some of the other top steakhouses in the city .

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by anonymous on 07/31/2008

    Are You Serious?

    This afternoon, following business in the area, I had lunch at Uncle Jacks. I should have been forwarned by the flag out front that read "The Best Steakhouse." Such a personal accolade is never a good idea. I was given a nice table and the restaurant was crowded. The atmosphere tries to evoke a bygone era, but can only be described as a combination of cheap and garish. I started with three Bluepoint oysters. After waiting twenty minutes the oysters came out of the kitchen. They were hardly cold and were tasteless. This was followed by a Ceasar salad which was overly dressed and pedestrian. The 16oz. New York Strip was precarved off the bone and sliced - not my favorite presentation, but OK. The meat was of average quality at best, not fitting the designation "Prime," and not the equal of any top NY steakhouse. The creamed spinach was great! No desert - no beverage - Check an immodest $68 plus tip. The service was as lackluster as the food.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2008

    mediocre food, exorbitant prices

    Uncle Jack's bills itself as "The Best Steakhouse in New York." Um. It is unclear to me where they arrived at this conclusion, since having eaten at literally dozens of steakhouses throughout the city I am fairly confident that this is among the least worth it. The food wasn't bad, per se, but when you compare what's on your plate to the dollar amount on the bill, it's kind of a slap in the face. Many of the steaks are cut in the kitchen and plated tableside, with the leftover juices and bones whisked back as soon as plating is done and no other option otherwise presented (I like to keep the bone! And I like to cut my steak myself, since I'm particular about the grain). All the steaks are blanketed in pepper, which masks the flavor of the meat. The shrimp cocktail, massively overpriced at $16 for three large (but not, as promised, extra-large) shrimp was the real key: the shrimp had the mealy texture of something previously frozen, and the mildly fishy flavor of something that's been left out too long. Admittedly, the service was great. But at over $50/person (before drinks), I'd expect food of a much much higher quality. I won't return.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/30/2007

    old ny

    i love uncle jacks. these are the best crab cakes ever!!

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by dutch on 12/14/2007

    Over priced house wine

    Took my family there last year during Christmas. I'm use to paying top dollar in NYC for a steak... The Steak was very good but what really got me a little pissed was that I asked the waiter what type of house wine they serve which was Coastal BV. My wife and I drink Coastal BV at home so I figured it's fine... They charged me $16 a glass! I don't mine paying for a glass of wine but the bottle should cost more then the glass. I by BV Coastal for $8 bottle. Like your steaks start posting the cost of your wines if your going to charge $16 for a class of cheap house wine.

  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Posted by TheEraser on 12/06/2007

    Lunch Review

    This place is right next to my job and since day one i've wanted to go here. I managed to slip in for lunch witha couple of friends and it wasn't bad! They have a great filet mignon sandwich with onions, kinda like a cheesesteak but much better! The service was very good and the atmosphere was very lush and luxurious. I've been to a lot of steakhouses, my fave of all time is the Luxor Steakhouse. The whole thing with Uncle Jack is that they thrive off of the fact that they have better service than the competition. I'll write a dinner review when my tax refund arrives.

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