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Posted by Nyc rengade on 07/04/2014
I've lived in the hood for over twenty years and love The Marlton as a newcomer. The ambience at Marg is what draws me back. Romantic, classic with a modern touch and casual prevail. The back glass enclosed room is always a choice spot. Yes it's über trendy at the moment but not in a way that oppresses your own experience. Unfortunately the food isn't worth mentioning- not because it's horrible but just because it's not memorable ESPECIALLY for how it's priced. Portions are more tapas sized, not that portions need to be large but considering you'll be paying an arm and leg and still walk out hungry... You might want to consider the level of your appetite. Go across the street to amelie for waaaayy better food, value and friendliness. But for charm, you can't beat Margaux.
Posted by Benjamin on 06/05/2014
I will simply defer to the New Yorker which absolutely slapped this place down last week. Rightly so. What a mess.
Posted by stuart on 06/02/2014
Really good food and refreshingly comfortable and pleasant atmosphere. Just not a great value.
Posted by anonymous on 01/24/2014
Margaux is a great new addition to the downtown restaurant scene. The vibe is very relaxed yet trendy at the same time, the food is excellent. Very interesting mediterranean food with a twist. The sun choke chips are incredible, also a must to order is the baby artichokes in yoghurt. Definitely a new favorite of mine in the area.
Posted by tbone on 01/22/2014
when I order a glass of wine for $13 - it should be a decent pour .. very skimpy - wait staff was terrible food was good but very $$ trying too hard to be too uber trendy Been twice , and probably wont be back - the best things on menu have already been removed ...oh well..
Posted by Downtowner on 01/13/2014
Happy to be the first to praise this great new addition to the Village. Deceptively large and nicely appointed dining room. A little noisy when full but not deafening--and it was full! We had sunchoke chips and lamb meatballs to start. The chips, which come with a mild dip can easily become habit forming, and at $6.00 a pop should be. The lamb meatballs were succulent and the sauce was terrific. The lamb chops were properly medium rare but the bagn cauda needed a little zip. The squid ink pasta with crab and chile flakes was marvelous however it needed to be reheated. Expresso machine was not working but the coffee was good and strong. Martini was teeny but well prepared. Wine list was fair enough. Next time we will have drinks at the wonderful fireplace in the lobby and then go in for dinner. Don't go--it's crowded enough and as locals we want to come back often!