It may be The Marlton Hotel’s only eatery, but Margaux is much more than a this-is-our-only-option choice. The Greenwich Village locale follows in the intimate flair of its mother hotel – intimate, seeped in history, and coated in eclectic personality. Tile, mid-century yellow lighting, and colorful leather barstools and booth seating mark a refreshing respite from the modern, minimalistic world outside.

Margaux boasts a seasonal menu of eastern Mediterranean, French, and Californian cocktails and dishes, and standouts like the Lacinato Kale, vegetarian Farmer’s Board, Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Gnocchi, and the English Cheddar Burger keep New York natives and guests coming back again and again. Nothing about Margaux’s menu screams high-end and expensive, but Chef Michael Reardon has made crystal clear the high-profile menu doesn’t need a matching price list.

Reservations can be made online and Margaux is open daily from 7 am until midnight.

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