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Important Information Regarding COVID-19

Updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

In support of the State of Michigan's efforts to increase social distancing and help stem the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend all operations at this time, including carry-out business. While we had hoped to continue our carry-out business--and received notes of support from many of our loyal customers--as more and more information and guidelines were presented yesterday, it became clear that closing all services would be for the best, all considered.

Again, the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve rapidly, and we will continue to monitor local, state, federal, CDC, and WHO guidelines to determine when a return to full service is appropriate. As always, the health and well-being of our customers remains our number one priority and we are dedicated to maintaining the safe, clean environment to which they are accustomed.

We hope that you and your families stay well. We are all looking forward to being able to welcome you back to Jumps in the near future.

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An Oasis of Fresh, Farm-To-Table American and International Cuisine
with a Superb Wine Selection
Right In The Heart Of The Pointes!

Open Tuesday - Sunday

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Wine and Full Bar

Chef Chad Stewart and the Jumps Team

Accent on the Basics

Fresh, clean, simple gourmet food-that’s the Jumps creed. Straightforward food with a penchant for delving into creative and new taste territories. “We start with the simple American basics. Everything is fresh; everything is made from scratch-from the stocks and sauces to the dressings and desserts. It is with that foundation that we can move on to more international dishes and flavors. I think it is exciting what we’re doing at Jumps and our customers seem to agree.”

Chef Chad Stewart’s background includes working as the Executive Chef of Jumps before becoming the owner in the summer of 1994. It was during those early years that Jumps established itself with the locals as a welcomed “retreat” from the mundane through its uncompromising quest to both put out the freshest food with creative flair and to pair that food with great, friendly service.

The New Jumps Arrives

In the summer of 2009, Chef Chad Stewart took the already successful formula for his fresh cuisine restaurant and expounded upon it by adding a brand new stylish setting in a new location, obtaining a full liquor license, and offering a totally reinvented dinner menu. Through these changes, Jumps has evolved into something even more remarkable. “We are still serving all three meals and we still have our roots in honest, fresh American cuisine, but we’re also able to stretch out,” says Stewart. “Our clientele will still find Jumps favorites from the past, but now they appear alongside new menu specialties like braised beef short ribs, sautéed perch a la meuniere, and angel hair pasta with lobster meat and grilled scallops.”

Who’s who in The Kitchen?

Sharing in the excitement of the new Jumps with Chef Stewart is:

Mavelle “Mo” Stewart, “the official face of Jumps,” is not only Chad Stewart’s wife, but is also co-owner of the establishment, as well as the “front of the house” manager.

Andrew “Drew” Sipley has garnered his training at the celebrated Culinary Institute of America and has gone on to work/stage at Detroit’s “Tribute” as well as Chicago’s “Grand Achatz” and “Alinea” restaurants. He currently assumes the position of nighttime Sous Chef at Jumps Restaurant.

Brandon Kokoszki, who happens to be Chef Stewart’s stepson, trained at Schoolcraft College in the baking/pastry arts and is both the Pastry Chef and daytime Sous Chef.

Jumps also has a number of prep cooks and other support staff that help make all our menu items possible!