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Hot New Noho Restaurant the Jones Finally Starts Dinner Service

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A dining room with table seating on the left, communal seating in the center, and a bar to the right
The Jones
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Dinner is now being served at the Jones

New casual Noho seafood restaurant the Jones is now open for dinner. The remake of iconic restaurant Great Jones has been serving breakfast and lunch for a little over a month now, and now the cafe is truly all-day. Dinner menu options include raw bar, a fried fish sandwich modeled after McDonald’s Filet O’ Fish, pork milanese, and spaghetti with clams. Cocktails include one made with tequila, sherry, falernum, and lime. The full menu is below.

The seafood restaurant has been a hot new addition to Noho, despite taking over a space that inspired a lot of loyalty when it was Cajun cafe Great Jones. Acclaimed West Village restaurateur Gabriel Stulman took over the restaurant after it closed determined to keep the spirit of the place in that it is a neighborhood spot.

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— An organic, vegetarian Ethiopian restaurant is trying to crowdfund to open up in Crown Heights.

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The Jones

54 Great Jones Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (646) 429-8383 Visit Website