Brooklyn >Marlow & Sons
“Best food, best quaint/intimate atmosphere.”
“The wait for a table can be daunting and cramped, but the cocktails are good and time flies.”
“Everything from the ambiance, the design, the servers and most importantly the food has always been very, very good.”
“The regular menu (if you can call it that--the menu relies heavily on locally sourced, seasonal ingredients) is excellent.”
“I've been going to Marlow and Sons for several years, now, and I have to say it is consistently the best restaurant I've been to in the city.”
“The speed and attentiveness of the service is likewise flawless, with servers always near at hand but never hovering.”
“The only complaint I have is the occasional arrival of snooty, poofy, stagnant types who think they are in some posh palace and make demands and complaints that go beyond the reach of this lowkey, affordable place.”
two words: Pork Belly.
Slab of heaven on a plate.
Best food, best quaint/intimate atmosphere. Undiscovered, and hope to keep it that way... so this is strictly between you and me.
Wine, cocktails and oysters, hidden behind a specialty food shop.. Just past the tidy shelves of groceries at this dual-identity establishment, the lighting dims and the mood downshifts into a refined, intimate hideaway. Built with dark woods and decorated with milk-glass lamps and other found materials by the owners of the legendary Diner next door, this largely undiscovered spot hums with a confident Williamsburg cred. A simple menu complements the bar's romantic allure with flavors of fresh oysters, spicy chorizo and aptly dished-out olives, as well as cocktails such as the sweet, bright pomegranate martini and a caraway-accented bloody mary, which packs a nice kick of aquavit.
my favorite spot in williamsburg.
the wine's reasonably priced with a good selection. The food is great. And it's a lovely place to chat over yummy oysters.
When i leave Marlow & Sons I'm all aglow.
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