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Food & Drink

The Marrow Opens

German Italian fare in the West Village

the marrow!

Most people thank their parents for bringing them into the world with an e-card on Mother’s Day and a cheap tie on Christmas.

Harold Dieterle isn’t most people.

The chef along with partner Alicia Nosenzo (Perilla, Kin Shop) created The Marrow, a West Village restaurant to honor his mom’s Italian and dad’s German heritages. (Show-off.)

The window- and red leather banquette-lined neighborhood joint opens tomorrow. Stop in, post up at the bar, and order one of the nearly 400 Italian, German, and Austrian wines (close your eyes and point).

Once seated, get hearty with brisket braciole with polenta or pan-fried duck schnitzel with spaetzle. Dieterle fires a rotating, market-driven selection of meats (rib eye, Wagyu culotte) and whole fish over a wood grill. Order either alongside the restaurant’s namesake bone marrow with sea urchin and fried taters.

A private dining room, plus lunch and brunch, are coming soon, so there’s no excuse not to take a date.

Or your mom.

The Marrow, 99 Bank Street, between Greenwich and Hudson Streets (212-428-6000 or themarrownyc.com).

Photo: Courtesy of The Marrow

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99 Bank St
bt Greenwich & Hudson Sts
New York, NY 10014
212-428-6000
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