You know how sometimes you're really hungry, and everyone in the family is sitting around the house, trying to decide where to go, and you're all like "Gosh there's just nowhere to go around here to just get some really delish food" and you all twiddle your thumbs until it's too late and you end up settling, and unsatisfied, and cruising the fridge at midnight to fill that void in your heart/stomach?
That's where Jackson's comes in.
Jackson's has been settling the "What's for dinner?" debate since 2006, providing Long Islanders with a relaxed, fun atmosphere for eating and drinking.
Some people (my dad) call us a "regular American place."
And other people (me) call us "a gastropub."
And some people (one our favorite customers, Jordan) call us "the place where I keep my spare house key."
Whichever way you slice it, Jackson's So grab a seat, a beer, a burger... and welcome to the family!
DRESS: Yes, please! Just kidding. Casual, neat attire.
RESERVATIONS: Call (new/improved online reservations coming soon)
PET FRIENDLY?: The only animals we allow are children + husbands.
what's a gastropub, anyway?
food that pairs well with craft beerOur definition: Unpretentious American
and small batch spirits.
The word gastropub was coined in the
1990s in London, derived from the
French word "gastronomique," which
means the study of food, and the British term for a public house, or "pub." A gastropub specializes in high quality food, several steps above the usual "pub grub." A gastropub is pretty much an anti-restaurant - some of the best food in town without the formal, stuffy atmosphere.