Jules Bistro, in NYC's Rockin' and Rollin' East Village, hosts nightly Live Jazz & a Sunday Jazz Brunch. Among many music greats, Norah Jones ... More
Jules Bistro, in NYC's Rockin' and Rollin' East Village, hosts nightly Live Jazz & a Sunday Jazz Brunch. Among many music greats, Norah Jones performed there during her debut. This coming year, Jules celebrates its 20th anniversary as the best place to date and enjoy great wine and jazz. Enter and be transported back in time. Whether you have memories of Paris' Marais or not, Jules will get you in the mood. It's amber coziness and evolved jazz improvs, not to mention sophisticated cuisine, create a Parisian nostalgia. Whether you stop by for a glass of red or settle in for a romantic meal, Jules Bistro hits the spot. The owner's familiarity with Harlem Jazz venues encouraged him to bring that energy downtown. That, including his father's stories of the French Jazz revolution, the rise of a music genre long overlooked in the U.S., drove him to try something new on St. Marks Place. So, join us for a little piece of the present, and past, at Jules Bistro.
This place has a great atmosphere, good food, and a variety of live entertainment. The host and staff are warm and attentive. The place is intimate, but what a nice evening for a romantic date (not quiet) or a fun dinner amoungst friends!
As a life-long New Yorker, I have to say this place has it together...
This was the second time I have been at Jules Bistro. The food was deliscious, the location is very nice. This restaurant seemed to me like a little piece of Paris in Manhattan! It sounds wonderful but, unfortunately my experience was terribly unpleasant. We gave them over 10 % of the tip and we were attacked by 2 waiters. They came back to us, insulting and embarrasing us in front of all other customers, in front of the whole restaurant. And why? Because there seams to be an unwritten law at this place to pay a 15 % tip. If only they had communicated this in a friendly an professional way. Maybe writing it on the menu could be helpful. We gave them a 12 dollar tip, and they demanded 5 dollars more. We gave them the extra 5 dollars, even though they did not deserve it, and they shouted at us to never come back again. This may sound like a bad movie, but it is reality. I don't know what is wrong with these waiters. Maybe they just wanted to ruin some people's nice evening. One thing is for sure, we will never come back, but we hope that things like this will never happen to you. It is not a good feeling to be treated like dirty thieves after paying 125 dollars including more then 10% tip for a delicious meal and get chased from the restaurant. My boyfriend is French and he felt very sad to see waiters of a french restaurant be that unfriendly and unprofessional - But never mind, there are more then 40 other French restaurants in New York City with well behaved, civilized, and welcoming waiters.
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