William Jack Degel, the proprietor of Uncle Jack's, honors his Godfather with this 1930's prohibition-style Victorian speak-easy. The white linen table tops, rich mahogany woodwork, dark claret velvet draperies and beautiful lighting solidify’s that Uncle Jack’s isn’t your run-of-the-mill New York Steakhouse. It is New York's famous gathering place for the discriminating executive, entrepreneur, and socialite. The quality of their food and service underscores their commitment to excellence. The place to meet, eat and enjoy the finer things in life.