Jacques1534

Row 1

Details
20 Prince St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 966-8886

Foursquare Tips

  • Beverages, by the Contemporary Cocktails team, touch down in the Americas, French Polynesia, Africa, & Asia for high-minded sips like Bang the Drum, Code Noir & the Halong Bay Cooler.
  • Named after Jacques Cartier, who, in 1534, tried to sail west to Asia and instead got lost in the inland waters of Newfoundland. He claimed Canada for the king of France, thinking it was Asia.
  • Happy hour at this cocktail bar runs until 9 p.m. with two for one select cocktails that you can mix and match.
  • The menu is a little wacky, but I loved the space and both the food (tuna tartare) and drinks (goldrush) I had were done very well. Recommended!
  • 1534, a cocktail den on Prince Street where drinks are inspired by the French colonization. The lounge is in a dimly lit basement underneath the restaurant, Jacques.
  • Get bi-curious with the Gold Dust Woman.
  • Napoleon's Loss is a great drink. Anejo tequila topped w mescal and a Ginger/agave syrup....very nice
  • Happy Hour no longer 2-for-1, FYI. EDIT: Just kidding, they've restored it in early 2014.
  • First and only drink you need: The Way of the Dragon.
  • No cell service, but free wifi
  • The worst wine I've ever had. Terrible place.
  • Shitty food. Shitty service. So many better options in nolita. (1 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Night. Ella on the speakers. TCM on the television. Glen' on the rocks. Great for a catchup. Split the steak au poivre and veal risotto with someone.
  • This place sucks. Leave now.
  • The Saigon Folly: the only time I have ever tried pepper infused gin. Brilliant drink.
  • Mussels and fries are plentiful. Can never get enough but can never eat them all!
  • The Sahara Desert is brilliant
  • 1534, a cocktail den on Prince Street where drinks are inspired by the French colonization. The lounge is in a dimly lit basement underneath the restaurant, Jacques.
  • Profiteroles, fish & chips, steak tar tare, great people watching for drinks al fresco
  • Abide by the House Rules