A neighborhood feel is also accomplished with an open kitchen that invites diners to observe the chefs at work, communal tables in the bar and large cozy booths as part of the bar feel. Several flat screen plasma TVs are discreetly incorporated, "in-the-round", allowing guests to enjoy a variety of shows while they dine. Marlow's is a meeting place for all seasons with spacious patios that are open year round allowing guests to enjoy cocktails and tavern specials under the stars.
Nice ambiance and the food was quite tasty. I especially enjoyed the crab and shrimp nachos and the hummus was yummus. Nice looking crowd of yuppies and locals, too.
Posted: 6/28/2008 • Last edited: 7/06/2008 • Link to this review
I have eaten at Marlows in both Alpharetta and midtown. I have no had a problem in alpharetta but the midtown locationrecently served me very old hummus with wilted carrots and celery stalk tops (the part you normally cut off) that were brown at the top. I am not implying that Marlows always serves food this way as I have eater here many times, though I will not eat here again. I am implying that they would rather serve old food than throw out what should have been garbage and absorb the cost. This shows a lack of care for their product.
Posted: 5/21/2008 • Link to this review