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General Inquiries
hello@junglebirdnyc.com

Booking Events or Group Reservations
events@junglebirdnyc.com

Press + Marketing Inquiries
leah@kindred-co.com

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FAQ

 

DO YOU TAKE RESERVATIONS?

As a bar that we want to keep casual and open to the neighborhood, Jungle Bird is walk-in only. However we offer the Jungle Bird Experience (communal punch, cocktails and family-style food for the table) for groups of 5-7 people, as well as a variety of different packages for larger groups.

IS YOUR SPACE AVAILABLE FOR HOSTING EVENTS?

Yes! Our space has two bars - the Main Bar and another full bar in The Canopy Room upstairs. This means we have a spacious, flexible design for hosting both daytime and nighttime private and semi-private events for anywhere from 10 to 120 people. To see photos of the upstairs Canopy Room at Jungle Bird, please visit our Events page. To learn more about hosting your next celebration with us, please email us at events@junglebirdnyc.com.

DO YOU SERVE FOOD?

We offer a full food menu from chef Russell Cowen. The menu is inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine and the bright freshness of our cocktail ingredients. It’s intended to offer a colorful, creative take on bar food, with something for everyone including those who just want a bite with drinks or who want a full meal, as well as guests with dietary restrictions.

WHO IS THE TEAM BEHIND JUNGLE BIRD?

Our team is led by co-owner Krissy Harris, who designed the space and is the force behind all our cocktails, and whose approach to bartending honed at beloved NYC establishments like Gramercy Tavern and The Wren is reflected throughout the menu. She’s joined by co-owner David Clarke, chef Russell Cowen and our amazing team behind the bar, on the floor and in the kitchen.

WHO DID THE ART AT JUNGLE BIRD?

The large mural in the Main Bar and the paintings upstairs are all by the LA-based artist Jessalyn Brooks. We were thrilled that Jessalyn was able to come to NYC to lend her talent to our space, and the bright, tropical colors of her paintings informed the bar’s overall design.