Uncle Jack’s Steak House

Uncle Jack’s Steak House
Hell's Kitchen
Greater Manhattan didn’t need another steakhouse, but the culinary wasteland around 34th Street and Ninth Avenue sure did. The name was already quasi-familiar; there’s a Jack’s in Queens, which Mayor Bloomberg has been known to frequent. He’s an ideal customer because Jack’s high-quality steaks come with correspondingly high prices ($37 and up). Jack’s also proudly pushes its kobe selection, which includes a T-bone, a New York strip, a sirloin, a filet mignon, a burger and the whopping three-pound $200 porterhouse for two. As you might expect, the place has all the trappings of a classic carnivore lair: leather chairs, lots of wood, large booths and red velvet curtains.
Venue name: Uncle Jack’s Steak House
Contact:
Address: 440 Ninth Ave
New York
11361
Cross street: between 34th and 35th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Wed noon–11pm; Thu–Sat noon–midnight; Sun noon–11pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 34th St
Price: Average main course: $40. AmEx, MC, V
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