Time Out says
Before there was a destination restaurant on every Williamsburg corner, there was Marlow and Sons—a pioneer in the kind of rustic aesthetic and farm-to-table fare that’s become the knee-jerk norm in Kings County. The restaurant, opened in 2004, wears its relative age well, functioning as an alluring neighborhood coffee shop during the afternoon and a subtly ambitious eatery come nightfall. In the back room, an oyster shucker cracks open the catch of the day, while a bartender churns out potent drinks. Settle in and order a round of iced bivalves and something to share—brick-flattened chicken, say, or a pot of liver pate—from the aggressively seasonal (and frequently changing) menu.
|Cross street:||at Berry St|
|Transport:||Subway: J, M, Z to Marcy Ave; L to Bedford|
|Price:||Average main course: $22. AmEx, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Sun - Sat, 8am - 12am|
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