New Jack's Luxury Oyster Bar


101 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10079

Phone: 212-979-1012
Phone: 212-253-7848

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Sat 6pm-11pm

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Disabled Accessible, Non-Smoking

Cuisine:
European, French, Seafood

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10BEST Says

Seafood: A converted carriage house, with walls now dressed in red and white plaid, provides the setting for this intimate little East Villager, where traditional French bistro and New Orleans fare find their confluence. Fish and seafood headline this tour de force -- from oysters Rockefeller with pancetta and spinach to lobster flavored by spices from the Big Easy. As space is limited (the place can seat, perhaps, two dozen people) and Jack's reputation seems to grow daily, reservations are essential. Tasting menu $50. TRAIN: 6 to Astor Pl

Raw Bar: A converted carriage house, with walls now dressed in red and white plaid, provides the setting for this intimate little East Villager, where traditional French bistro and New Orleans fare find their confluence. Fish and seafood headline this tour de force — from oysters Rockefeller with pancetta and spinach to lobster flavored by spices from the Big Easy. As space is limited (the place can seat, perhaps, two dozen people) and Jack's reputation seems to grow daily, reservations are essential. Tasting menu $50. TRAIN: 6 to Astor Pl

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Seafood: A converted carriage house, with walls now dressed in red and white plaid, provides the setting for this intimate little East Villager, where traditional French bistro and New Orleans fare find their confluence. Fish and seafood headline this tour de force -- from oysters Rockefeller with pancetta and spinach to lobster flavored by spices from the Big Easy. As space is limited (the place can seat, perhaps, two dozen people) and Jack's reputation seems to grow daily, reservations are essential. Tasting menu $50. TRAIN: 6 to Astor Pl

Raw Bar: A converted carriage house, with walls now dressed in red and white plaid, provides the setting for this intimate little East Villager, where traditional French bistro and New Orleans fare find their confluence. Fish and seafood headline this tour de force — from oysters Rockefeller with pancetta and spinach to lobster flavored by spices from the Big Easy. As space is limited (the place can seat, perhaps, two dozen people) and Jack's reputation seems to grow daily, reservations are essential. Tasting menu $50. TRAIN: 6 to Astor Pl

Main Menu

Appetizers
Sushi And Sashimi Entrees
Makimono Rolls

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