948 First Avenue (52nd and 53rd)
Sunday, March 12th
5:30pm optional drinks, 6:30 dinner
$89 3- course French, gl wine, coffee, tax & tip
Zagat says; a “clientele of a certain age touts this longtime Sutton Place–area bistro as a haven of relaxed sophistication that’s like a quick trip to Paris; it’s not noisy and the seafood-oriented French fare is tasty.” I dined here a few times in the past and each course is artistically displayed and a delicious delight. Michelin Guide states, “settled into sleek Sutton Place, Jubilee is New York City’s very own version of Cheers. Affluent families are in full force here, while friends gather on weeknights to mingle over wine and fine French-Belgian cuisine. The European-inflected nautical décor screams quaint coastal elegance with perpetually packed tables and a bar where everybody knows your name.” New York Magazine states, “Hidden in a townhouse off of First Avenue, this unassuming French bistro has held steady since 1994 as one of the few decent restaurants among Sutton Place’s bland mix of anonymous pubs and sushi joints. The place is always packed, and….the décor mimics the French countryside with homey furniture.” Four stars on YELP, Our menu includes soup of the day, arugula with blue cheese, green apples and walnuts or terrine of duck foie gras with fruit chutney, entrée choices of free range chicken, Atlantic salmon or black angus steak, followed by warm applet tart, profiterolles, or crème brulee.