Jade Sixty is a modern Asian steakhouse on Upper East Side. Occupying the first three floors of a renovated 1920s-era residential brownstone, the contemporary restaurant fuses the glamour of the Prohibition era with a fresh sense of style and creative menu.
JADE Sixty, Asian Steakhouse, is brought to NYC from well-known restauranteurs Stratis Morfogen and Franco Moscato. Executive Chef Skinny Mei, former chef at Jue Lan Club and Philippe, and Chef Albert Diaz, former chef at Zuma London and Miami, are overseeing the kitchen. The eye-catching and succulent menu will offer American steakhouse, such as aged prime meats, and Asian favorites.
The restaurant features a three-course lunch special for $20.18. This includes a choice of appetizer (ex: Chicken Sticks, Crispy Seaweed, Crispy Pork Dumplings), entrée (ex: Sweet Crispy Beef, Chicken Flat Noodle), and dessert (Ice cream or Sorbet). To complement the food offerings, JADE Sixty has a comprehensive beverage program inclusive of wine, sake, beer on tap, and a selection of signature cocktails.
JADE Sixty’s expansive two-floor space has 175 seats. The spacious bar area, with 15 seats, provides guests with access to the full menu. JADE Sixty also features a private dining room, The HG Gallery, that fits up to twenty guests. Here patrons can organize an à la carte or pre-fixe menu for their group. The HG Gallery features for sale rotating art that has been curated by Philippe Hoerle - Guggenheim. The first exhibition relates back to the theme of music and includes original John Lennon works and Basquiat prints.
116 E 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed
11:30 am – Midnight
Thurs, Fri, Sat
11:30 am - 1am