Widely praised as one of the world’s best eateries, Jean-Georges receives high marks from chefs and restaurateurs around the globe for its fine cuisine and impeccable service. If you plan on dining at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Asian-influenced French restaurant in New York City, here are some things you should know before you go:
What is the dress code at Jean-Georges?
Men, when you head out to Jean-Georges, don’t forget to grab a jacket — the elegant, chic restaurant requires one in its main dining room. Also, leave the shorts and sneakers at home; you won’t be permitted to wear them in the restaurant.
Ladies, even though it’s not required, you can never go wrong with a little black dress. Located inside Trump International Hotel & Tower at Columbus Circle in the Upper West Side, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant has a formal dress code to match the formal dining experience.
What is the price range for a meal at Jean-Georges?
Be prepared to pay for an excellent multi-course meal, especially at dinner. Considered one of the finest French restaurants in the country, Jean-Georges offers a prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner daily.
The lunch menu costs $68 for two courses. Each additional dish will set you back $34. A seasonal tasting menu is on offer for $178.
At dinner, try the ultimate vision of world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and order the signature seven-course tasting menu for $248. Other options include the seasonal seven-course tasting menu for $248 or the three-course tasting for $148.
The experience of eating at the NYC restaurant and flagship of Vongerichten is undeniably worth it.