As the holiday season is among us, there is no better place to indulge on some American comfort style food than at Jones. This Stephen Starr establishment on the corner of 7th & Chestnut in Old City is well-known for all of its American classic inspired dishes. Starr’s vision for this retro restaurant embodies the warmth of the Brady Bunch’s sunken living room. It is fully equipped with rough stone walls, a see-thru fireplace, swivel chairs, and over sized, nightlight lit booths. To top off the experience, the kitchen is fully open for the public’s eye so guests can see their dishes being made as they come out hot right off the line.
Whether your visit to Jones is an early brunch outing or dinner extravaganza, the versatile menu is sure not to disappoint. Staples on the weekend brunch menu include the Cheese Steak Omelet, Fried Chicken and Waffles, and Huevos Rancheros. Fan favorites from the griddle include Fat N’ Fluffy French Toast and the Banana and Walnut Pancakes. However, the infamous Monkey Bread is always a crowd pleaser. The piping hot loaf of cinnamon infused brioche bread is served with a dripping vanilla glaze and powdered sugar. Brunch goers are also huge fans of the Bottomless Bellinis. Enjoy unlimited champagne and a variety of juice mixers for only $23 a person!
Jones’ dinner menu may enable some flashbacks of dinner at your momma’s kitchen table. Meatloaf, Chicken Pot Pie, and the Thanksgiving Dinner are prepared just the way you’re used to eating them at home. Gooey Mac and Cheese, Loaded Nachos, and Seared Tuna Tacos are just some of the many appetizer options to kick off your meal. Don’t be afraid to dive in spoon first into the Grilled Cheese and Tomato soup or chow down on your favorite Brisket or BBQ Pulled Pork sandwiches. No matter what you decide to try, make sure you save some room for an alcoholic milkshake or Duncan Hines chocolate cake!