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Marlowe

415-974-5599  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 330 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94107

CUISINE: Contemporary, Bistro, Burgers

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS

A sister restaurant to local favorite Park Tavern, SoMa's Marlowe serves Chef Jennifer Puccio's praiseworthy contemporary bistro fare, with dishes that have included pan-seared day boat scallops with bacon-wrapped asparagus, wild mushrooms, English peas and sauvignon blanc cream.

 

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Beer and wine available. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun "Chalkboard sketches of farm animals overlook the entrance, and butcher paper, inscribed with the day’s specials, hangs astride the dining room. For this subtly themed setting, chef Jennifer Puccio has concocted a menu with the city’s carnivores in mind. Riffing on the classics, the chef roasts marrow bones and lightens their fatty cargo with a piquant salsa verde. Steak frites and steak tartare are both in fine form. "
— Josh Sens, San Francisco magazine, June 2010

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A sister restaurant to local favorite Park Tavern, SoMa's Marlowe serves Chef Jennifer Puccio's praiseworthy contemporary bistro fare, with dishes that have included pan-seared day boat scallops with bacon-wrapped asparagus, wild mushrooms, English peas and sauvignon blanc cream.

 

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"Chalkboard sketches of farm animals overlook the entrance, and butcher paper, inscribed with the day’s specials, hangs astride the dining room. For this subtly themed setting, chef Jennifer Puccio has concocted a menu with the city’s carnivores in mind. Riffing on the classics, the chef roasts marrow bones and lightens their fatty cargo with a piquant salsa verde. Steak frites and steak tartare are both in fine form. "
— Josh Sens, San Francisco magazine, June 2010
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Beer and wine available. Serving lunch Mon–Fri, dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun

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