The restaurant itself is a tour attraction. Built in 1875. The food was delicious. It's like a hidden place. I love it.
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I had been a big fan of Marliave's for both business and intimate dinner for a couple or a foursome. This time was very unsettling. First of all, this was a business dinner for five. For those of you who know the restaurant, you know...More
Stopped in for a cocktail, it started to rain heavy outside. So what could we do.. ordered another cocktail (menu has many great choices) and bartender will experiment with you taste buds. Then we were informed Happy Hour oysters/clams were $1 each.. all right then,...More
Discovered the Marliave on this trip to Boston. Love the place - great appetizers (the foie gras ravioli were superb) and the appetizers, scallops and Beef Wellington, were both perfectly prepared and nicely presented. Great wait staff, good wine list. And the chocolates for dessert...More
Good rather traditional French food. Restaurant is right downtown not far from the State House and Boston Common and several MBTA stations. Service was friendly and fast for lunch.
This is a nice peaceful and quiet spot to eat while still being near plenty of attractions and shopping. We were able to sit outside, where the tables are surrounding by some pretty older buildings. The food was very good, but the serving sizes were...More
Visited on Memorial Day evening when the restaurant was quite as a mouse, only 4 other diners. Wonderful bar tender and wait staff,All the food was delicious! Dont miss it
This was my second time coming here for dinner. This has become my mother and I's favorite spot after the ballet. First off the drink The Dove, is the absolute best, it's a salty grapefruit drink that borders being a margarita. I got the Mrs....More
After the 4th visit, we're becoming fans of this place. This time, the young service was knowledgeable, very friendly and humble; the perfect combination. The food was perfect as were the drinks. Great selection of wines and the glasses were better filled compared to other...More