I’ve been around a lot of restaurant staff in the last few years. Many have great cultures with staff who seem to enjoy their jobs and each other’s company. But Marrow’s team displays a level of camaraderie that’s rare — a sense of shared purpose you just don’t see every day — an outward display of how well they’re treated and how valued they feel.Maybe I’m reading too much into it, but there’s an undeniable joy that permeates the building and is transferred through osmosis to guests.It’s hard to pin down. You just sort of feel in your bones
A new concept that combined a neighborhood butcher shop with a restaurant. Marrow, which arrived earlier this fall, manages to seamless blend the two halves and doesn’t take itself too seriously in the process. Customers enter through the bar and butcher shop passed a sign that unabashedly declares “We Got Hot Birds” in its advertisement for rotisserie chicken”
Detroit chef Sarah Welch’s new restaurant focusing on whole-animal butchery opens on Thursday in the West Village. The space — in the Garland building at 8044 Kercheval Ave. — holds a restaurant and patio on the east end of the building that will work with the butcher shop occupying the space next door. The butcher shop will also have retail service.
Meat lovers are not going to be disappointed, however. One option is to sit back and simply order the chef’s selection, which brings a full range of dishes on a changing basis, to be shared by the table
Sister Pie’s meaty new neighbor Marrow is set to bring a combination restaurant, bar, and butcher shop to Kercheval this fall. Owners have tapped former Republic and Parks & Rec executive chef Sarah Welch to run the restaurant