Let me preface my review by stating that I'm an avid lover of steak and have dined at what's considered to be Manhattans top spots. Uncle Jacks (9th ave), Mortons, Benjamin, Ben Bensons, Blair Perrorne (before they closed) Mark Joseph, Bobby Vans, etc. I had high hopes for Uncle Jacks new location and they didn't disappoint. The space is beautiful, and I actually prefer it to their other Manhattan location. Service was excellent and not at all pushy. They have a fantastic mescaline salad with goat cheese and pine nuts, which I definitely recommend. I had the 24oz sirloin which was excellent, nice crust and good flavor. I ordered medium rare +, I should have gone with medium rare, but still excellent. It comes presliced on the plate, which I like. More and more steakhouses seem to be doing this lately. The sauteed mushrooms were excellent as well. My only slight gripe was the creamed spinach, which I was really looking forward to. Their 9th ave location served the best creamed spinach I've ever had, but last night didn't quite measure up. It was good, but not as creamy as usual. Overall, an excellent meal.