Marlow & Sons

Row 1

Details
81 Broadway (btwn Berry & Wythe St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 384-1441
American
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Spend a Sunday afternoon at one of the outdoor tables eating oysters and drinking wine.
  • FUCK MANHATTAN
  • Williamsburg's most consistently excellent restaurant. Stick to the specials and order the soup, whatever it is, you won't be sorry.
  • The restaurant's signature dish is the result of what happens when you sandwich half a chicken between a roaring hot skillet and a 35-pound brick. One of our 5 favorite roast chickens in the city!
  • From the owners of Diner, this Williamsburg raw bar offers a limited but delicious menu.
  • I run over the Williamsburg Bridge and have bfast here every morning. I get either their homemade yogurt or a muffin. M&S is Americana done right, unleashing hungry packs of European Haut-Bohemians.
  • Check the blackboard for the day's oyster selection and know this: If it's there, it's probably from the East Coast and it's almost certainly delicious. Don't forget to stop by the raw bar.
  • Jean-Michel est trs sympa.
  • You will $#!@ bricks for the brick chicken.
  • The bone marrow solves all... a gateway protein kinda like bacon. So great the whole world stands on its head. - Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations
  • How has nobody left a tip about the lobster sliders? Chunky, meaty, buttery yet light, these were the result of some beautiful food voodoo.
  • The crostini tonight featured roasted grapes -- what a brilliant bright flavor. Great contrast with feta + rosemary.
  • Simple seasonal food palatable pleasure. The creeper closes the meal well. How can you resist sweet cream ice cream w/salt & pine nuts? Service was stellar not sure what all the complaining is about.
  • Market salad, brick chicken, oysters and crostini are always spot on.
  • love the vibe. daily local/new menu. great bar. want to try the chocolate caramel tart w sea salt.
  • Go to Marlow & Sons, have the Oysters then some Chocolate cake with salt!
  • The bacon, egg, and cheese on a biscuit is the best breakfast sandwich in NYC
  • The Shadowfax was a perfect drink. A delicate balance of whisky, Earl Greg and egg white. Not too sweet, not too strong. Not too much of anything -- except possibly too good.
  • Get waiter with a righteous mustache for the full Williamsburg experience.
  • The bialy with white fish for brunch completes me