It is really cold and we know the best way to deal with this cold weather, nothing beat staying home, having a bowl of Hot Soup Ramen deliver to your doorstep, check out our delivery links on the right. In the meantime please like us on Facebook or give us a review on Yelp!
We know it is the holiday season and you probably have lot on your hands. Let us take care your catering needs for your office or house party. Send us an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we be more than happy to tailor a catering menu for you party. Cheer!
Happy Thanksgiving guys! We will be closed on Thanksgiving and reopen on Friday the 29th, so please come after your Black Friday Shopping!
Just add 3 bottles of wines:
Sancerre – La Porte Du Caillou, France / 2012- Aromas of exotic citrus fruits with a subtle yet powerful seductive intensity.Cabernet Franc – Alexander Valley- California / 2010 -Flavors of plum, black cherry, vanilla, blueberry and cassis
Barolo – Terre Del Barolo – Italy / 2008 - Dry, medium-bodied and came with a short-medium finish.
Perfect pairing for Sliders and Sushi, make your reservation today via the link on the right side Opentable link!
We are now on Opentable, make your reservation on Opentable and enjoy a complimentary edamame when you arrive. Stay warm and cheer!
The Line Between Dots show will be up till Dec 8, 2013. Come check out the works, and try out some of our new items on our special menu:
Miso ChaShu (Pork Belly) Ramen
~Marinated Pork Belly, with Miso broth, grilled onion, bean sprout, marinated egg and scallion
Homemade Kimchi Fried Rice
~Homemade kimchi stir-fried with mixed vegetable with rice
Pad Thai with Yuzu
~Thai Style stir-fried rice noodle with mixed vegetable, tempura crunchies and peanuts (chicken or Kimchi)
Join us in this warm creative environment with the Artists themselves at opening night on Monday, November 4th!
Reception start at 7pm – 11pm!
Exhibition of individual pieces and installations from a collection of New York City based artists relating to the theme of Line Between Dots. A Dot can be perceived as a subject, a Line can represent a connection between subjects. If the Line itself becomes a subject, what defines the connection? Is there a momentous or visual representation of this connection? Or maybe they are simply two subjects side by side. Visual explorations of these questions describe possible answers or physical depictions of the problem itself.
Sculptures, Paintings, Photography and Prints will be held at Jack’s Sliders and sushi with food and beverage served.
Lydia Maria Pfeffer
Jessica Marliese Planter
October 7th – November 3rd
Opening Reception Monday October 7th, 7pm – 11pm
Upcoming art show featuring Elo, Wehjr and Zeph Farmby.
Come by and enjoy some complementary Singha Beer! Cheer!
Art show opening (09/09/2013) last night at Jack’s, thank for those that have come out, and all the beer sponsors, the works would be up till Oct 6. Come and check out the art works, grab a slider, have some sushi and enjoy. Cheer!
Art Opening –
Sept. 9th Monday, 7pm- 11pm
Sept. 9th – Oct. 6
Beer Sampling featuring: Singha Beer, Peroni, and Brooklyn Summer Ale!
“So cool are your postures, so harsh are your strikes. Can’t yield you to the left, nor I, you to the right. Not when your heart turned cold, not when your heat
Let me tend to you, every inch of you, till you again turn bright.
Slowly I warmed you up, steadily I scorched you hot. Stripped you of your coat, timid, do let us be not. Bend you over just a little, and a little on the top.Tell me how you like it, and I’ll tell you what.” -Steel Sculptor
masculine undertone nor their feminine counterpart. Strong in strength, rough in texture, rigid in form, bold in shape, or perhaps aggressive in its physicality, all could nonetheless be brought together with domesticated gestures. Under the same light, works of the contrary inexorably can also generate experiences of the dissimilar. Often one form of such expression will be realized through the work in order for the other to be identified.
“Braulic Intricacy” brings together a group of New York based artists whose work and practice activates this dialogue between the idea, the process, and the byproduct. The paradoxical coexistence of concept and object, physical and emotional, artist’s intention and work’s reflection, and the disposition and juxtaposition of materials are just few highlighted aspects. These works employ paradoxes that expose the often ironic, sometimes agreeable, contradictions we humorously assert as oxymoron.
Conception and expression, material choice and means of execution; what adds up to be identified as art objects on no account escapes neither their.
We got an A from the NYC Department of Health, and we will continue to deliver fresh and clean food to all our customers. Cheer!!
August Feature artist Sal Munoz! Opening night sponsored by Kirin Ichiban Beer.
Check back for more chaos and good food at Jack’s!
Don’t forget the backyard is open for dining and private parties. AND, we’ve doing $3 White Wine Sangria specials all summer long.
Jack’s Sliders and Sushi
171 3rd Avenue
Between 16th and 17th Streets
New York, NY 10003
212-466-2828 or email@example.com