948 1st Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1002240.75523 -73.965164
Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-11pm
Sun 12pm-3pm, 5pm-10pm
Neighborhoods: Midtown East, Midtown, Midtown East (Turtle Bay)
Awful – First of all, they have a new location on at 948 First Avenue and I was tempted to try it, but if you're a dog lover, as I am, you'll be distressed to find that these people never fill the dog bowls that they have outside on the street, even in the hottest weather. I went inside to let them know twice and both times they kind of shrugged and didn't bother to come out. it strikes me as negligent and kind of cruel to animals to leave empty bowls outside.
THE BEST – i' m so glad you have no intention of moving or closing
So bad some people try to get your ideas and your reputation
They cannot have they own ideas?
We so look forward to many many more years off this delicious years we spend with you. thank 's JUBILEE
Alive and Kicking – I must agree with pretty much all the reviews I read here. This place is GREAT
After 15 years (despite of false rumor that it was closing) Jubilee is well ALIVE & KICKING!
I had not been there in a while, but when I visited Jubilee it felt like it was yesterday. Nothing had changed.
I guess the key success of a restaurant is consistency. And Jubilee is just that.
The quality and the flavor of the food, the wine, the bartender, the music, the lighting, the atmosphere, the friendly efficent staff make you want to come back.
And now that we are in a recession - we all better make sure that what we are served is of quality. At Jubilee I am confindent to get a great meal and service for my dollar.
Take note: I tried to visit their website but found out that it was no longer Jubileeny.c o m but Jubileeny. n e t
JUBILEE.....it is just FANTASTIC!
Keep on Going – Indeed it is a wonder when one arrives in front of Jubilee for the first time. The building does not give good credit for what is awaiting inside. But, I guess it is part of the adventure and the pleasant surprise. Jubilee is like one of those tucked-in little restaurant in Paris, where once you open the doors, you are transported into another world. It is busy, it is fun, it is happening and you want to part of it!
While you can enjoy a pleasant quiet lunch, dinner will be busy and lively. But, regardless of how busy it is the food and service remains of high standard. After 15 years in business (and I heard they just renewed their lease for another 15 years! Yeah!!!) the place is always packed with a divers fun crowd.
The staff is cordial and professional. Every time I recommend it to a friend, they fall in love, and bring more of their friends who themselves become addicted to Jubilee's food and ambience. The Mussels are a must of course. The Fish soup is one of the best in the world. The Lamb, the Steak Frites, the Stripped Bass, The Scallops, The Tuna Tartare, The Chocolat Molten Cake, The Cointreau Creme Brulee....I love it all and so it seems every table at Jubilee.
Especially in today's economy, you want to make sure you get your money's worth. Jubilee is the place for value (great food and price) and quality (great service and ambience)
Go and you will not regret it.
Best French Bistro in NYC--for Real people – BEST mussels and frites in the world. Roasted chicken to die for. Oh and the frites....French comfort food in a homey environment. Always full with neighborhood denizens of "a certain age'".Conducive to long intimates chats with good friends over well-priced good wine. Nothing hip or trendy here...great food, great and attentive service and the evocative feeling of being around a large family of cousins, aunts and uncles who are mildly quirky and who you really like to see at the holidays.
hidden treasure – I made a reservation at Jubilee after one of my friends recommended this place as one of the best restaurants in the city.But I was very dissappointed when I so the unattractive and plain exterior of the restaurant that despite the reservation that I made I didnt want to enter inside.However my husband persuaded me to give them a chance and I have to say that Jubilee was one of the best restaurant that I ever been.( and there were lots of them cause we dine out minimum twice a week).Very friendly,polite and presentable staff,nice ambience and our server very professional and attentive person-everything was just perfect.Food-mussels in curry sause so fresh,duck with beans was nice mix of different flavors and snails were delicious.Thanks to Jubilee I love french cuisine
amazingg – Amazing. It has been months since I ate here but I still remember what I ate. The steak tartare was my favorite course. The beet & goat cheese salad was superb. The wines paired perfectly. Good atmosphere, background noise but a comfortable level to have conversation over. Friendly staff. Not pretentious at all.
Just TRY – I've eaten here off and on and every time the food has been good, if not especially memorable. However, the last time I ate here, everything was surprisingly excellent. The Steak Tartare was absolutely wonderful. The cheerful staff was very prompt and attentive. Jubilee normally isn't on my radar, but after some of the dreadful meals I've had recently, I'm happy to recommend this place.
Always a pleasure. – One of my favorite spots in NYC. Whether you just pop in and eat at the bar, make a reservation for that special date, or have a birthday party with friends, Jubilee can accomodate you with unpretentious style. The food is superb. Mussells to die for and french fries of perfection. You feel here like you are a very knowing New Yorker in one of the city's real jewels.
Our favorite spot – Jubliee is a delicious French bistro with exceptional service and a cozy, unpretentious atmosphere. We live across the street and go once a week for the mussels- try the provencale and dip your bread in the sauce, yum. I usually start with the Crab Cake- it is a must-try: no fillers, 100% fresh and tasty crab meat over a delicious warm potato salad served with a meslcun salad. Profiteroles or the Apple Tart for dessert. We love Jubilee!
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!
Do you have a review of Jubilee on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:
The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.
To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.