Marani Restaurant
Marani Restaurant

Marani Restaurant

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.maraninyc.com/
  • Phone: 7185690600x
  • Hours of Operation:


    Brunch/Lunch/Dinner:

    Monday - Thursday: 12:00pm - 10:00pm

    Friday: 12:00pm - 1 hour before shabbat

    Saturday: End of shabbat - 12:00am

    Sunday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: Russian, Mediterranean, Kosher
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Beer, Delivery, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar

Getting there

  • Public Transit: M, R Trains
  • Parking: Street Parking
A word from Marani Restaurant
The first Glatt Kosher Georgian restaurant in NYC, blocks away from the only Georgian synagogue. Everything you ever dreamed of, from 2013 ambiance to authentic Georgian dishes. Remember the taste of Georgia in our specialties or get introduced to a cuisine that will never seize to surprise you. We bake our own Shotis Bread, and make Tkemali that will keep you asking for more (traditional Georgian sauce). Always leave room for desert at Marani!
Xachapuri made daily by masters of Georgia in a separate dairy section of the restaurant, complete with Ajaruli Xachapuri and Achma.
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Marani Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
1 reviews since May 23, 2014
Overall Rating4
  • Food5
    Service5
  • Ambiance4
    Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (1)neighborhood gem (1)Show More
  • Different and delicious ethic find
    Yitz
    Dined on 7/9/2014
    You may not have tried Georgian food before, but it should definitely be on your list for regular ethnic eating. This was my third time at "Marani", and it did not disappoint. The appetizers - all with walnuts - are unique and very tasty. Every dish we had - a lamb kebab, plov (rice and meat), and the two chicken dishes we tried - were excellent. "Marani" is nicely decorated, but the food is very homey - like I would imagine I would get in a Georgian grandmother's kitchen. You get a lot of food for the price, as well, making it more than worth a visit. On one visit I went downstairs for the dairy meal - a "kachipuri", a kind of Georgian pizza. It was also excellent and fresh made.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, neighborhood gem
    • Food
    • Ambiance
    • Service
    • Noise LevelModerate