Whenever Mr. Haribo Mule is back in town and we go out for food, he requests steak. You see, Germany doesn't know how to really cook steak. It's quite sad really. But New York. Oh New York. We do steaks so incredibly well. A steakhouse dinner is quintessential for any visitor. And even better as a welcome home dinner. On this outing, we went to Uncle Jack's Steakhouse. None of us have ever been to this place so it's always nice to try something new.
We arrived on time and was promptly escorted to our booth. Ah, lovely. I really enjoy sitting in booths. I like the extra back support and room for my purse. I always volunteer (or push) to be seated on the inside. We were immediately served a basket of bread along with butter (which was cold, boooo....). Our drinks were shortly taken after. By the way, the drinks are strong here. Not overly so but more than just the perfect amount of booze in a cocktail. So I guess you can see that as value.
I'd also like to note that not all of the steaks are dry aged. So if you have a guest that prefers non-aged or wet aged, they'll enjoy this steakhouse very much.
Uncle Jack's Steakhouse
440 9th Avenue
New York, NY 10001