The Marshal is a Hell's Kitchen favorite offering seasonal New American ingredients, natural preparation, and a knack for making farm-to-table dining casual, interesting, and fun.
Popular entrees include Braised Beef Short Ribs, Wood Oven Roasted Meatloaf, Braised Lamb Shank, Bourbon Planked Seafood & much more.
The wine and cocktail menu offers a wide range of fine bourbons, ryes, and whiskeys, as well as "classic twist" cocktails.
Good things come in small packages at The Marshal in Hell’s Kitchen. It’s a narrow, old-fashioned room in a 19th-century building — the kind of authentic, distinctive little spot nearly every tourist wants to experience. They call it quaint, creative or adventurous. It’s the antithesis of all the restaurants in their hometowns.
Patrons sit at bare plank tables topped by flickering candles in Mason jars. Warm, country-style bread from Brooklyn’s Three Monks Bakery and airy, fluffy, housemade whipped butter soon appears. Only 24 people can be served at a time. Though few tourists know of its existence, New Yorkers, especially the ones who live nearby, are well aware of it. Young families, writers, singers and hip singles crowd this neat, traditional nook. Read Richard Scholem's full review of the Marshal here.
Open for lunch, brunch, pre-theatre & after theatre, 7 days. Sun.-Thurs., 11am-1am; Fri.-Sat., 11am-2am.