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Marshall Stack

66 Rivington St.
New York, NY 10002
Cuisine: American / Eclectic
After school snacks on the Lower East Side.
Open Dinner nightly


Marshall Stack, New York, NY

Marshall Stack Restaurant Review:

The Lower East Side has no shortage of watering holes vying for both visiting weekend hordes and everyday locals. Marshall Stack, named for a guitar amplifier, is one of the coziest. The low-key décor includes simple wood tables, a stamped tin ceiling, and framed photos of those namesake amps. Drinks range from high-end microbrews to tongue-in-cheek swill like Boone’s Farm and Night Train. The limited food offerings---cooked in a tiny open kitchen at the end of the bar---cover similar territory. Duck skewers and plates of savory charcuterie are offered alongside approximations of after school snacks like toaster-oven-prepared English muffin pizzas.

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