About Jones Wood FoundryLearn More
Rooted in the proud tradition of the United Kingdom's public houses as genial gathering place for convivial eating and drinking, Jones Wood Foundry is a food driven pub. The menu, created by Chef/Partner Jason Hicks, represents the best of time-honored British culinary traditions that have been reinvigorated for 21st century palates.
Every aspect of this Upper East Side pub and restaurant has been carefully crafted to evoke a sense of ownership among patrons, to assure they feel it's "theirs, an extension of their homes". Jones Wood Foundry is always warm and welcoming for a quick drink at the expansive bar, casual snack and conversation at the communal table overlooking a secret courtyard garden, or for a leisurely meal in the cozy dining room.
From the locally sourced ingredients fueling the constantly evolving menu, to the vintage furnishings painstakingly collected by Hicks and Operating Partner Yves Jadot, Jones Wood Foundry embodies a nurturing sense of homey comfort--a reassuringly relaxed throwback to a less hectic era.
Jason Hicks and Operating Partner Yves Jadot, Jones Wood Foundry embodies a nurturing sense of homey comfort -- a reassuringly relaxed throwback to a less hectic era.
Before it was the Upper East Side, Yorkville or Lennox Hill, the area between 66th and 77th streets, framed by what are now Third Avenue and the East River, was known as Jones Wood.
Built during the last quarter of the 19th century, likely between 1875 and 1885, the building now housing Jones Wood Foundry reflects what was common architectural practice for the area at the time.