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Marly's Introduces 3 Courses for $25 & Kids Eat Free!

Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday through August, Chef Michael Favacchia of Marly's BYO (108 Bridge Street Phoenixville, PA; 610-933-7471) invites you to experience three courses from his dinner menu for just $25, plus tax and gratuity. In addition, a complimentary children's menu will be offered to kids 12 and under. Guests are invited to dine al fresco in Marly's beautiful garden, while savoring Chef Favacchia's seasonal menu. Call 610-933-7471 for reservations.

STARTERS (choice of)
Ginger Carrot Bisque - topped with cucumber crab relish

Grilled Romaine Hearts - warm pancetta-honey vinaigrette, crumbled goat cheese and caramelized onions

Fried Green Tomatoes - ricotta salata cheese, heirloom tomato salsa, whole grain mustard dressing and basil infused oil

Baby Frisée Pear Salad - danish blue cheese, sliced pears, candied pecans, sun-dried cranberries and white balsamic vinaigrette

Hummus of the Day - grilled pita and flatbread chips, topped with crispy chickpeas

ENTREES (choice of)
Sautéed European Chicken Breast - oven roasted tomatoes, cremini mushrooms, fontina cheese and
lemon butter-herb sauce, potato of the day

Pumpkin Gnocchi - sweet italian sausage, caramelized butternut squash and peas, creamy gorgonzola sauce

Pan Seared Salmon - sweet chili coconut broth over a mixed vegetable cous cous

Orange Molasses Glazed Hanger Steak - corn & edamame bean risotto, sweet chili garlic aioli

Shrimp Reggiano - fresh torn pasta, sauteed cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts,
reggiano-seafood sauce

DESSERT
Choose from a variety of freshly baked desserts


About Marly's BYO:
Best described as American Continental, the menu ranges from twists on traditional favorites to innovative combinations. Chef Michael Favacchia strives to carefully layer each dish with flavors that make you want to savor every bite, and generous portions that won’t leave you hungry. Whether you’re dining indoors or outside in the garden seating tucked behind the restaurant, Marly’s is the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy the evening. Marly’s is BYO and allows guests over 21 to bring wine, beer and spirits, with no corkage fee.

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