Named after restaurateur Anna Weinberg's great grandfather's South Boston butcher shop, Marlowe is a market-driven neighborhood bistro nestled in SOMA.
Marlowe's guests can use the valet parking at 25 Lusk--a half-block away (off Townsend between 3rd and 4th st).
Mon-Sat starting at 5:30pm. $12 (including game nights).
"The burger is great, but my favorite thing is the beef tartare. Also look out for their daily special dishes and cocktails."
"The Brussels Sprout Chips are essential. Top trivia: Brussels Sprouts were once known as 'Tom Thumb's Cabbages'."
"I'm a big fan of the chicken sandwich!"
Offering a menu of bistro favorites with unique and flavorful twists, Marlowe Executive Chef Jennifer Puccio, who earned her second three-star review from the Chronicle (her first was at Cortez), created a mix of snacks, appetizers, mains and sides made up of the kind of food she loves to eat when she’s not working.
Not to be outdone general manager Sarah Varley has assembled a strong list of international, eclectic wines that spotlight lesser-known grapes and regions. The lineup features a selection of 10 reds and 10 whites by the glass, and 60 by the bottle (glasses range from $7-12, bottles are primarily priced under $50).