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New American, Breakfast
$ $ $
115 W. San Antonio St. (btwn S. Austin St. & S. Highland Ave.)
Marfa, TX 79843
(432) 729-3300
Monday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Saturday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Sunday
9:00am - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Nowadays it seems that every small town has 1 amazing restaurant. This is Marfa's. Try the shrimp and grits or gnocchi to start. Finish with the date pudding.
  • shrimp & grits are a must. so is the tequila old-fashioned.
  • Staff was pretty rude, they were doing you a favor by seating & waiting on you. Food was okay, nothing to come back for. Although the restaurant was half empty, they sat everyone next to each other.
  • The Rhubarb Sophie is amazing
  • Food is good.. you just have to wait 1.5 hrs for a soup.... and that 364 out of 365 days is incredibly sad....
  • make a reservation and try to come here on the earlier side since they run out of things. loved the shrimp & grits, cornbread, and THE BEST chicken chilequilas. #nycapproved
  • Brunch is no longer offered
  • It's the top recommended place in Marfa but I much preferred Maiyas if you had one sit down dinner here
  • If you're looking to celebrate something special, this is the place.
  • The barramundi and linguine with shrimp were both amazing! Also definitely do not miss out on the date pudding while you're here. Cute, small restaurant. Make a reservation.
  • Everything we ordered was wonderful, but the date pudding is an absolute must! (We even ordered a second one.)
  • So delicious!
  • Excellent!
  • Skip everything. Go directly to the date pudding. Enjoy.
  • Don't skip the fried artichokes.
  • Cocktails, innovative menu
  • Si hace buen clima pidan una mesa en el patio. Todos los platillos son excelentes.
  • Best restaurant in town but slightly pricey. Sit at the bar and try to Celery and Smoke cocktail and then asparagus appetizer (ask for bread) and the chicken chilaquiles. Anything is good here.
  • must try the date pudding. artichoke hearts are also really good.
  • The food and cocktails are amazing, but be sure to make a reservation well in advance of your visit.

Nearby places

306 E. San Antonio St. (at S. Russell St.)
200 S. Abbott St. (at W. San Antonio St.)