99 Bank Street
New York, NY 10014-2109Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.themarrownyc.com/
- Phone: 2124286000x
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner 7 days
Monday and Thursday 5pm-10pm
Brunch, Saturday & Sunday, 11-2:30
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Contemporary Italian, Contemporary German, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Harold Dieterle
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: The Marrow, located in the West Village, is the perfect setting for birthdays, business dinners, receptions, rehearsal dinners and anniversaries. Events can take place in our Wine Room that seats up to 20 guests or the main dining room that seats up to 60 guests.
- Private Party Contact: Kathryn Cartwright and Jill Roberts 2124286000
- Special Events: The Marrow has a Private Dining Room that seats up to 20 guests. Please see our events page for more information.
- Cross Street: on the Corner of Greenwich Street
- Public Transit: 1,2,3 at 14th Street, exit south end at 12th street and walk west.
ACE at 14th street, exit south end on 14th street and walk down Hudson, turn right on Bank St.
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: Down the street on Greenwich St and Perry St.
A word from The Marrow
The Marrow is a contemporary American restaurant, located amidst picturesque brownstones and cobblestone streets in the West Village, run by Chef Harold Dieterle and Alicia Nosenzo, owners of nearby Perilla and Kin Shop. The food is inspired by the ethnic heritage of Harold’s parents, reflecting his father’s German ancestry and mother’s Italian lineage. To complement The Marrow’s menu, an extensive, yet approachable beverage program is offered that includes nearly 400 wines, with a strong emphasis on Italian, German, and Austrian producers.Continued
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The Marrow reviews from OpenTable diners
135 reviews since May 20, 2014
- Ambiance4Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (73)neighborhood gem (63)special occasion (39)romantic (37)notable wine list (34)good for groups (17)great for brunch (16)hot spot (10)great for lunch (5)vibrant bar scene (4)scenic view (4)kid-friendly (2)late-night find (1)Show More
- Great DinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 9/9/2014We really enjoyed our dinner at The Marrow. I particularly enjoyed the bucatini with cauliflower & pine nuts and my fiance really liked the cavatelli. We both enjoyed the side of kale.....delish. The duck schnitzel was good, but nothing special.....I didn't particularly care for the cold veg/potato...just bland. The meatballs we tasty and spiced nicely. The ambiance was nice....modern and low-lit but not dark. Service was good, attentive but not intrusive....she could've been a touch more friendly--she came to take our order and neglected to tell us the specials....I had to ask her about them (I only knew to ask because I heard her telling another table about them minutes earlier but couldn't hear the details). All in all, great meal.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- foodzfunDined on 9/9/2014Food was ok this time. Usually it is outstanding. Have been there about 6 times. Duck Schnitzel was very dry. AND ... The Marrow had no Marrow! Very disappointing and wait staff was " whatever". Always has a nice buzz and bar tender knows how to make a drink. Nice place, just not as good as usual.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Never disappoints!TinyFoodieVIPDined on 9/3/2014Wonderful food, wonderful staff, and wonderful atmosphere! Never misses a beat.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- silkcityVIPDined on 8/23/2014I'm not sure how to rate The Marrow. The space is inviting, diners are not squeezed in. the waitress seemed pleasant and accomodating, and the first course was to die for. the problem came with the entree, at least mine. I ordered their "signature" dish, duck snitzel, a huge mistake. nice prep, but not a signature by any means. my wife had the bronzino, which was excellent. our friendly waitress, we discovered was pushing certain dishes that night, the duck and the rice ball. When we asked about specials, she said there were none. Not true; other diners around us were offered a prix fix menu. Not an oversight, since we asked. Other dishes on this German-Italian menu looked more inviting. we will give it another try.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good mood, ok food.nycdinerVIPDined on 8/22/2014We had a great night out at The Marrow, despite being a bit underwhelmed by the food. The service was good, if a bit rushed, and staff all very pleasant. The turducken bolognese macaroni was an excellent way to start, though the beans in the calamari fra diavolo weren't done, and quite tough. Overall the dish was under-seasoned. The lamb meatballs and the burger were both very good, though the fries served with the burger were downright boring. We skipped dessert as the list was a bit uninspired, and opted to just finish our wine instead.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 8/16/2014Saturday brunch in the late afternoon was very calm & quiet - and a lovely reason to village the West Village! To our delight, delish complimentary cookies arrived with the check!Special Features:
- west village dinegothamdiningDined on 8/14/2014Sorta off beaten path but well worth it. Spacious dining and prompt service. We had to wait at bar while table readied. Bar quaint but kinda small. Vodka and wine list should be expanded. Overall a hotspot to meetup.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OkJukijulkifliDined on 8/14/2014Just ok, not great. I spicy lamb meatball was good. Clams were ok, just ok. Bone marrow was ok, just ok.
- Starting to SlipPhilC2012VIPDined on 8/13/2014My fourth time dining there. They changed the menu (no longer playing up as much their Italian vs. Austrain dishes). They eliminated their pretzel bread -- which was kind of a bummer to be honest. The Service was outstanding and they honored with complete ease my 30% discount code. The Bucatini appetizer was unique and flavorful. The macaroni one was not. The TM burger was out of this world. The duck schnitzel is worth its $30 price tag. Keep the great service; bring back the pretzel bread; and lower your prices by 15% and you'll have 5 stars in my book!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Terrific DinnerDRFNYVIPDined on 8/12/2014Four of us had a wonderful meal at this inviting restaurant. Two ordered from the Restaurant Week menu and the other two, a la carte. Every dish we had was delicious and creative starting with corn soup and a gem lettuce salad and finishing with olive oil lemon cake. I look forward to future meals at this delightful restaurant. And as a warning...the meatball is indeed a spicey one.Special Features:
- Good value and good atmosphereOpenTable Diner Since 2011VIPDined on 8/8/2014Had some interesting items on the menu and good atmosphereSpecial Features:
- Frustrating experiencestayawayDined on 8/8/2014I was very disappointed by the food. The Butter Lettuce Salad tasted like vinegar, I couldn't even finish it. The Chicken Milanese was essentially fried chicken with a little salad on the side. The desert was ok. Overall it seemed like a cheap menu definitely not worth the $38 we spent.
- Awesome!AgieDined on 8/8/2014Fabulous food and service, a must do in NYC! I will definitely be back.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Restaurant WeekAMAZINGEXPERIENCEVIPDined on 8/8/2014I went to The Marrow during restarurant week, and was very impressed with the service and the food. I loved the blend of European flavors. The mussels were very delcious, and the olive oil cake for dessert was also amazing.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- would come again for dessertthefoodiepatrolVIPDined on 8/5/2014Always like to try new places during restaurant week. This cute little place was one I always passed , so I thought I would try it with my honey. Nice wine list and ambience"excellent" wait staff. But. My chicken milanese seemed flash fried like a kids chicken finger meal with salad on top, salad was yummy,chicken left an after taste reminiscent of fast food My honeys fish dish was nicely done and tasty.A lovely girl in the front of house noticed I didnt care for my chicken asked me why. Dessert time just when i was ready to write this place off it happened I fell in love with their desserts Gingerbread cake with delish ice cream,yogurt Panna cotta and brown sugar olive oil cake Heaven worth coming for dessert,hats off to the pastry chefSpecial Features:
- BigFanVIPDined on 8/5/2014After my corn soup, it all went downhill. Would never go back or recommend the place. Someone 'playing' at serving. Thank goodness for the GM who knew her stuff re: Wine. Great Corn Soup.... after that, boring, pedestrian, sad dinner.Special Features:
- Great time!Chelby02Dined on 8/3/2014I've wanted to go to The Marrow since reading about all of the fantastic reviews when it opened. Unfortunately, it was a bit out of my price range. When I heard that it was apart of Restaurant Week this year, I called my friends and made a reservation. It was well worth the wait! The food from start to finish was delicious and the staff was very friendly and quick. I would definitely go back and give my recommendation to my friends.Special Features:
- LOVELYflashVIPDined on 8/1/2014My friend and I really enjoyed this restaurant. The room is lovely with views of tree-lined Village streets. The food tastes far better than its rather plain descriptions - everything is fresh and very tasty and imaginatively prepared. I am a fan of Harold Dieterle and we appreciated his German-Italian menu. Great wines by the glass, but I will say that the pour is a little small. When I mentioned this, the waitress said that it was a large glass with a standard 6 oz. pour. Did not seem like it - when you are paying $15 for a glass of wine, they could be a little freer with the pour. But all in all, a lovely evening with great food.Special Features:
- aabmarkVIPDined on 8/1/2014Been there on a business lunch and loved the neighborhood, close to the office. Outstanding waitress du jour. Menu was varied and the dessert choice for restaurant week.... lemon cake with garnishings... to die for!!!!!! We loved it.......simply said and will be back, no doubt!!!!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not greatkombuchamotherDined on 7/29/2014Had the restaurant week menu. Main of porgy fish was slimy and bitter, sadly. Panna cotta was good. Mussels eh. Service was a little too much.
- Just Ok, would not go there again.Three4dinnerDined on 7/27/2014Quite dissapointed. Entire party agreed that the food was unrefined and service was way slow.Special Features:
- ChefManqueDined on 7/27/2014Lovely setting, bright and airy, green and leafy view onto a quiet Village street. Tables not jammed together inside -- a rarity in New York. Went there for Restaurant Week; regular menu has a lot more choices. Appetizer (corn soup with shrimps) and dessert (olive oil lemon cake) were first rate. Entree (fish with a squid-ink sauce) could have been more flavorful, but was moist and satisfying. Portions are generous. Excellent service. Somewhat noisy but only because a family at a nearby table (6 adults and 1 baby) were really enjoying themselves talking and laughing. The music level is subdued and doesn't interfere with conversation.Special Features:
- Delicious brunchMikeDined on 7/27/2014Delightful brunch pastries, small but comprehensive menu that would delight any palate.Accommodating and attentive staff. Ideal location to walk around the village or the meatpacking district. Get there early enough and abundance of parking in the streetSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Enjoyed it!NoteasytopleasedinerDined on 7/22/2014We were a party of 4, and all enjoyed our dining experience. We especially liked the cold corn soup, the bone marrow & roe, and the porgy. Thought the milanese chicken dry and ordinary, and the mussels portion definitely too small; but the pretzel rolls were delicious and warm. Waiter was helpful and pleasant, atmosphere had energy but not too loud to talk or hear, ambience was lovely and decor delightful. Definitely recommend The Marrow as a fine dining experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- $$$$ZydecoBBDined on 7/21/2014An expensive disappointment. Marrow was very, very salty. RW meals were very ordinary.
- Delightful dinnerdorifVIPDined on 7/17/2014Excellent food and quiet enough to talk and in our neighborhood. A winning combination.Special Features:
- Gets better & better!BugbcDined on 7/14/2014Great atmosphere, attentive staff, excellent recommendations. Unusual and not over-priced wine list. And the food was a knockout. Highly recommended.Special Features:
- Delicious food; great serviceJane13VIPDined on 7/14/2014I recently had dinner at The Marrow with my fiance, brother, and sister-in-law. I thought it was an exceptional dining experience. The food was incredibly flavorful, perfectly prepared, and aesthetically beautiful. Our server was very attentive, friendly, and knowledgeable without being overbearing. I will definitely recommend this place to others and plan to return soon.Special Features:
- sloppy kitchen, great wait staffbastabobVIPDined on 7/10/2014This was my second time eating here, and I must say that it was a disappointment. I want to specify that the wait staff was stellar the entire evening. They did everything right, even when confronted with the mistakes coming out of the kitchen. Whoever was working in the back, though, leaves much to be desired. First of all, the bone marrow that they served us came out cold, and uncooked. then the duck was overcooked, and we had to send it back. One of the sides was so drenched in dressing, that it was unedible. Now, I have had all of these dishes before, so I knew what the end result should have been. it was not what we got. Don't think i'll be heading back there any time soon.Special Features:
- Cute gem and in-house bakingAlecVIPDined on 7/6/2014Ok, so I went a little crazy with the 5 stars, but I have to say you can feel love and care exuding from this place, from the staff to the fresh pecan-cinnamon rolls they serve at brunch and baked in-house. This is one of my favorite West Village spots now. If I ever decide to date again, I'll be sure to take him there.Special Features:
- Ho-humPharaohNYCDined on 7/5/2014Not my favorite place. I won't be back. I was expecting a list of different marrow dishes but there was only one with the burger. There was nothing appetizing to anyone at our table when we looked at the menu. Other people came in and walked back out. The drinks were good, however you can get a nice drink anywhere.
- Great dining experienceFHDinerVIPDined on 7/2/2014From the minute we entered this restaurant, we were made to feel comfortable and welcomed. They have wine for $5 a glass during happy hour and the German white was delicious. We started with the bone marrow and calamari. The bone marrow was flawless though the beans with the calamari were undercooked. The duck schnitzel was huge and had interesting sides. The porgy was beautifully presented and perfectly cooked. Overall, this is definitely a place to recommend and revisit.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 6/28/2014A gem of a restaurant; imaginative preparation and presentation, beautiful space and gracious staff.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very pleasant experienceJessicaDined on 6/28/2014Great service was the standout of the evening. Cocktails were well made and delicious. The food was good and would have been very good if it had arrived hot.I would recommend this to a friend.
- "OK"ghghDined on 6/27/2014Had a high expectation given the price point. Food was not bad but not great. Salad greens were not washed througoughly, striped bass was bland, duck schntitzel was dry and flavorless. The marrow appetizer is very good. Round table was too small for four people...Special Features:
- Lorrie StuartJanesterVIPDined on 6/20/2014The food at the Marrow was okay, not great: the marrow appetizer was over-garnished with all sorts of stuff, including salmon roe; it killed the dish. The daily special pasta was just plain tough, not al dente. The table service and bar service were very nice. The noise was deafening. But the hostess, whose "welcome" was appalling, ruined the entire experience. I arrived at 7:42 for a 7:45 reservation for two. She noted that I was “early,” and since my “party” of one other person wasn’t there, I would need to wait at the bar. I pointed out the literal swath of empty tables for two. She countered that all of those tables were “confirmed.” What could be more of a confirmation than my presence? But I will not be back.
- DisappointingFamilyFourDined on 6/15/2014We loved Kin Shop & Perilla so when our family of four planned a return trip to NYC we decided to try The Marrow. What a disappointment. The appetizers were fine, nothing stellar. The main courses were truly dull and uninspired. Ice cream and sorbet selections for dessert were just okay. Not sure what went wrong with this meal (skate wing...blah, lemon or a light sauce would have been nice; porkchop...ordinary; duck...awful; porgy...fine). Meals at his other two restaurants were delicious.
- Brunch in the VillageAnnieVIPDined on 6/15/2014The reataurant is charming, service friendly and attentive and the food was very good.Special Features:
- Great menu-Great foodDDFestaDined on 6/6/2014I had the signature Marrow appertiser which lived up to it's reputation & I followed up with the Branzino w/the Bacon Farro delicious. I would go again the next time I am in NYCSpecial Features:
- jsalVIPDined on 6/4/2014Went here for dinner. The bone marrow appetizer was delicious, as was the kale side dish. The turbot was just ok. Service was attentive and the place was nice.I would recommend this to a friend.