Margaux

Row 1

Details
5 W 8th St (5th Avenue)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 321-0111
Café
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Grab a Greenwich Gold in the lobby by the fireplace then wander on to the back restaurant, Margaux. The Cauliflower Custard is not to be missed!
  • Unusual decisions surrounded the burger, a staple of any hotel-restaurant menu. Why pickled jalapeos, especially with English Cheddar? The effect was disorienting, and the dimensions delicate.
  • At this gorgeous restaurant in the brand new Marlton hotel, chefs Michael Reardon and Jeremy Blutstein are serving a mix of American and Mediterranean cuisines.
  • getting a small table for drinks in the lobby is on a wait list. But it's worth it for a table by the fire.
  • Enjoyed the lamb meatballs and steak frites.
  • Amazing burger! Delicious with smashed avocado. Great fries!
  • House made ketchup!! (And shoestring fries)
  • Grab a drink by the fire if there is a wait. Try the homemade ice cream for dessert.
  • Great vibes all around. Get the sea salt chocolate cake with the cookie crumbs for dessert... I still dream about it. Salmon was cooked to perfection
  • Try the $19 farmers board of buckwheat crackers with spreads of red quinoa tabouli, spicy sweet potato, avocado hummus and near-liquefied beets. The juicy rotisserie chicken is a steal for $21.
  • Obsessed with the Squid Ink pasta! Great atmosphere as well.
  • Come for the vibe or drinks in the evening, not the food per se
  • Squid ink pasta is the best
  • Very nice and cute place to have brunch. Great location as well. Quite charming.
  • the poached eggs and red quinoa dish is scrumptious
  • Trendy! And nice!
  • "30 min wait" turned into over 2 hours without a table.
  • It's dark in here. If you have bad vision, bring friends for help.
  • Sucks. Dont waste your time
  • Sure, its indoors. But look, theres a window and vines and squid-ink bucatini with Dungeness crab. .

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