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Marly's Holds Soft Opening This Weekend

Marly's, a new BYOB first mentioned here, had their soft opening this past Friday and Saturday. Reader and co-owner Samantha Hall tells me that for the next couple of weeks they will be open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights from 5-10pm. Once they have their grand opening, they will extend their hours to include lunch and will be open every day but Sunday.

For more information or for reservations, contact Marly's at 610-933-7471. They are located at 108 Bridge Street.

Stay tuned for official hours as well as a menu which will be posted in the next couple of days.

Good luck to Samantha and the rest of the Marly's crew!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Much like Chick-Fil-A, the best fast food restaurant ... closed on Sundays.
Anonymous said…
I at their this Friday. The food was GREAT and the service matched. The place was buzzing and is sure to be a success.

If you like good food - try it! Love the byo's.
Anonymous said…
What kind of food do they serve?
Laura said…
My husband and I ate there Friday night as well and thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The service was outstanding - very friendly and accomodating. The decor, from the Ikea place settings to the local artwork, was hip yet homey. And the chairs are comfortable.

And they take reservations! Finally a nice downtown restaurant where I won't have to wait 1 - 2 hours for dinner on the weekend!!

To the person who asked what kind of food they serve, I'd describe the menu as eclectic American. Roughly 10 apps, 10 entrees, & 4 desserts. The menu is a bit heavy for August, but will be perfect once the weather gets cooler. We split the Ahi Tuna app, served over crunchy asian coleslaw (the kind that uses raman noodles, but this version was much better than the picnic fare I'm used to). I had the Anglinotti with peas, mushrooms, & sun-dried tomatoes in a lobster broth and my husband had the gnocchi with long hot peppers in a tomato basil sauce. We split the raspberry cheesecake for dessert. Our bill came to $50. Well worth it.
Anonymous said…
They were open for dinner last night (Monday!). I got a bento bowl for $15 (appetizer) and a nice slice of peach pie with chocolate drizzle for $7. Really great atmosphere and artwork. Entrees range from $16-$30.

Was that Grateful Dead music I heard playing?

They told me last night that they WILL be open for dinner every night this week.
Anonymous said…
I would describe it at eclectic American as well. I had the hanger steak and it was amazing. My sister had the gnocchi and is still talking about it.

Very reasonably priced for such great food!
Anonymous said…
good food, great atmosphere! love the BYO!!!!

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