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.