The Marshal focuses on producing brick-oven cuisine by using sustainable and renewable energy and items from local farmers, wineries and distilleries. It even uses local apple and cherry wood to burn in the wood-fired oven. The Marshal serves brunch on the weekends and federal holidays, and it serves dinner every day of the week. The menus change daily, depending on seasonal items that are available. A sample of the menu items includes goat cheese and herb stuffed bone-in chicken breast, wood-oven braised sirloin tips and bourbon molasses BBQ pork ribs. The Marshal offers an extensive cocktail, liquor and wine list including white, red, rose, library and dessert wines.
Great meal! Great service! Would definitely return! As others have said, the tables are very close to one another.
EXCELLENT food and service! Will return. Small quarters but didn't mind.
The food and service were outstanding. While the decor was charming the space was small. Innovative menu and great NY state wine and food sourcing made this restaurant special.
My partner and I go to the Marshal every year for Vday or any special occasions. We love the food. The staff is always so friendly and inviting. Everyone working on Vday evening around 7pm was outstanding! Cannot say enough good things about it!
Friendly staff and incredibly competent. We didn’t realize we reserved the counter instead of a table (on Valentine’s Day!) but they had a last minute cancelation so we got a table. However, the tables were SO close together that we might as well have been out with the couples to the left and right of us. Not a romantic or relaxed meal because of that and the seating schedule. Also, prefix was $95/per person and they gave you 1/2 a glass of champagne and only one dessert to split instead one each. For $95, they could have filled our glass and each had our own dessert. To end, the food was delicious. I’d like to try it on on no nonsense week day and see if I could get a more relaxed dining experience.
Love this little NY farm to table gem in hell's kitchen. Yum!
Delicious farm to table NYS fare. We reserved a table but decided to eat at the cozy bar, where we got excellent and personable service. LOVED the fresh baked bread, delicious burrata and Icelandic cod! We had the s'mores for dessert which were yummy but jush wish there was more (or any?) graham cracker inside. Highly recommend!
Amazing service and loved our food. A gem in Hell’s Kitchen!
The food was fantastic! The service exquisite! The space, however, is a little small and cramped. Not the most comfortable dining experience. It would be awesome if they moved into a slightly larger space.
Antonio was awesome! Food, drink...everything about this place rocked!!!
very small restaurant space which lends to being a little loud when crowded but the food and service more than make up for this! We ordered 5 sides, the mac and cheese, the winter root ravioli and the ribs to share for the table and all were delicious! the server was sweet and was more than happy to offer advice for meal selections- will certainly be back again!
Too small. Tables are small and ver little space between them. I was literally part of the table next to me.
The staff was excellent.
The food was awesome and our serene was amazing.
We had post-theater dinner here. The Marshal is small and cosy. We sat at the bar, overlooking the dining area. The vibe is casual, and friendly. The meal was spot on for a cold night. The French bread was amazing - hot, crusty, and light on the inside. Wood fried Mac and cheese in a skillet, YUM! Dessert of chocolate fudge with ice cream and local honey was just so simple and delicious. Simple food done well ... this place focuses on locally sourced items. This includes wines ... all from NY state. The Gamay was not bad, but if you’re a red wine fanatic you may be disappointed. At any rate, we would definitely go back!!
Great intimate restaurant. Love the farm to table. A lot of cheeses. Good food.
Food was bad, there was a bug crawling on our table, waiter brought white wine in a hot dish glass. And it was expensive.
Great little eclectic place with a super menu. They have many interested menu options and definitely a place worth exploring. Great spot for a date.
The Marshal is the perfect spot for a pre or post theatre meal. This tiny space, just west of the theatre district offers hearty and creative wood fired fare. The vegetable stuffed meatloaf is their standout signature dish, but we have never had a bad meal here. It is cramped and noisy but great fun - and really convenient. Highly recommended.
Pre theatre dinner was perfect. So close to our theatre we could have a relaxing dinner and the staff was super attendant to our timing. Food was fresh and delicious. Would definitely go back.
The Marshal is one of our favorite nyc neighborhood places!!! The food, service and just EVERYTHING is amazing!!! Sarah is an outstanding waitress!!! Love love love the Marshal!!!
Waitress didn t know how describe an appetizer. Just sayin : “ it s good”. Well.... no comment.
Cauliflower soup, 14.5$ for 4 spoon of soup, very liquid.
Ordered chicken breast, arrived Chicken Leg.
Meat loaf is kind of weird dish.
Price wise is Expensive like a place on madison avenue.
Doesn t make any sense.
Bill to high and very funny they make a circle on a tip of 18%. Crazy. With those prices , nobody should pay the tip, since the place is small and tiny and... on 46th and 10th ave.
Very small restaurant; make a reservation. Specializes in Farm to table with almost all foods, beers and wine locally sourced.
Service was terrific. Appetizers were fantastic!
Can’t wait to go back.
Great comfort food. Great service. Tight, cozy restaurant.
Farm to table, wood burning oven in the back. great cocktails.
loved it. not cheap
Food and staff are amazing. Such a gem...underrated to say the least!!!
In a word. This place is loud. You do not go here to have a conversation with your dinner guest.
Just fine. Good Harry Potter spot.
Made reservations for Thursday night pre-show dinner...boy were we glad! Fantastic meal, great service in a cozy, intimate (~30 seat) neighborhood restaurant. The Marshal is a REAL find and we’ll be back!
We had an excellent meal at The Marshal. The food was delicious! The ambiance is great, the wait staff friendly and informative, and the atmosphere is laid back. I highly recommend it!
Best restaurant in New York!
This is my favorite restaurant in NYC. It is small, intimate, with a good local crowd and exceptional, locally sourced food.
Well, I must say the food was good. The place is exceedingly too small, though, if you want to come with a large party. It’s not for that. Everything would have been fine except when I proceeded to go to the lavatory, I was totally turned off by the kitchen facility. I did not expect to see the kitchen floor covered in debris! What a turnoff! I was greatly disgusted. It made me think—if the floor is dirty, how was my food prepared. The help in the kitchen appeared less than caring. Moving very slowly as if they had all the time in the world. The waiter was exceptional! He made us feel very welcome and told us about the menu. But, I’m not going back due to kitchen! Sorry!
Service was cold and not helpful at all. seemed like all tables were rushed, if looking for a good meal and nice relaxed time this is not the place!!!
Meatballs and salad were mediocre, but mussels, cod, and Mac and cheese were amazing! Very cozy place
To start we ate here on a holiday so that means that there is a limited menu. NONE of the dishes were what I would call good to excellent. The portion sizes were VERY SMALL. I ordered the ham and the slices were so thin that they were difficult to pick up with a knife and a fork. The goose that my husband ordered was over cooked and had chunks of grizzle in it.
I am so sad that I ate here. We ended our Christmas dinner stopping in Chinatown for more food.
And check your bill because they automatically add gratuity. And the tables and chairs are all rundown so they feel sticky. Go somewhere else .... this place is not worth it.
We enjoyed our delicious and thoughtful Christmas dinner at the Marshal.
Thank you for making our Holiday Special.
We went for Christmas Day and being British looked for somewhere to enjoy a hearty and warming lunch/dinner. The menu was fantastic and everything we ordered was high quality and very flavoursome! The restaurant isn't very big so you'd probably need to reserve. Thoroughly enjoyed our meal and made for a great Christmas Day!
Superb xmas day dinner was an absolute pleasure - cheers
We came as a party of four for Christmas lunch. The food was remarkable. Three had the confit duck to start followed by goose, one had Brussels sprout salad and then pot roast. All were beautifully cooked. For dessert three had the Christmas Yule Log and one the pear cobbler, all were delicious. There is a very well put together wine list at good prices. The service was superb - despite a very crowded restaurant the staff were unflappable, very welcoming, and made us feel that they appreciated our custom. However, they had three sittings for the lunch, at 1PM, 3PM and 5PM, and I was glad we were on the first as people were arriving for the next one while some diners were still on dessert. The restaurant is very small so there is nowhere to wait other than in line at the door. Maybe they needed another half hour between servings. We were very happy with our meal, though, and it made a lovely Christmas memory.