Jameson’s Bar & Grill at 157 Tulip Avenue, has been a Floral Park fixture for the past 12 years. To mark their anniversary this September, partners Tracy Cooleen, Mark Mc Entee & Robert Sullivan are offering a special prix fixe menu. The three-course dinner priced at $19.98 to reflect the year
Jameson’s opened in the heart of the village, offers a wide selection of “comfort foods”that have become favorites of the restaurants regulars, who keep coming back for the pastas, seafood and steaks as well for the welcome by the longtime staff, who remember what you drink and how you like your food prepared. The prixe fixe menu will be offered seven nights a week until the end of the month; on Friday and Saturday it is served until 6 PM.
Enjoy your choice of soup or salad followed by a choice of entree’s that might include sauteed tilapia and baby shrimp, sauteed chicken breast with artichokes or pork schnitzel, followed by one of Jameson’s special desserts. And on these warm September evenings, as summer fades into fall, you might
like to sip a cocktail in Jameson’s courtyard, before or after your special anniversary dinner.
The Gateway September 15, 2010

An upscale pub, Jameson’s boasts nearly a dozen flat-panel TVs, am amply bar and a cozy dining room, in an effort to cater both sports lovers and families. There’s an earnest effort made to please everyone and the attentive and professional wait staff are half the reason why. Signature items such as the marinated skirt steak, stuffed chicken breast and rigatoni ala vodka have kept locals coming back for more then a decade. Repeat customers champion the restaurant’s Sunday brunch, prix fixe menu and the restaurant’s inherent warmness.
Dining Out
This Week’s Pennysaver August 2010

The Chicken Pot Pie is a stand out
Joan Reminick
Newsday April 2009

Jameson’s knows how to host a party, celebrating 10 years
The Gateway September 2008

Celebrating that Irish spirit this establishment goes beyond the everyday with its menu
The Queens Courier March 2004

Jameson’s Bar & Grill combines two dining ambiences. In all it bespeaks causal & comfort And o.k. the Steak! It was served draped over a bed of smashed potatoes. Just wonderful!
Glen Oaks Ledger November 2001

As if I had stepped into a warm earthly pub located in the Irish hillside.Our stay at Jameson’s was an enjoyable experience from start to finish and the staff was pleasant and polite.
The Market Place October 2001

A Tulip Ave spot “where everyone knows your name”. The burgers looked juicy and enormous
The Gateway September 2001

I think this restaurant has the best service I have every seen
The Stanner February 1999

Irish Up (and running)
Irish-American Pub style cuisine is the draw at Jameson’s
Joan Reminick
Newsday December 1998

They did a remarkable job, well received by our residents
The Gateway September 1998