The food and drinks were Delish! Had a great date night here. The dim lighting. The stillness. The hospitality!
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Stopped by for lunch the other day. Many of the menu items had a cajin flair and were just greta. Our waiter "Dan" had a great personality and was a top notch person who took care of and explained everything about the menu and Marsha Brown new look for us - Haven't been there in awhile. We will be back!!
Although we had no reservation, we were led to a booth by the Bar, which was delightful. The food was great, as was the service!
Went for lunch. Former Methodist church turned into restaurant. Much of the seating is on 2nd floor and it is beautiful with stained glass and very high ceiling. The menu is terrific for both meal periods and they have a beautiful bar with booth seating on the first floor.
Wonderful service and our waiter did suggest the fresh oysters and crab cakes, which were excellent. My partner ordered scallops which were also very tasty. The homemade bread pudding was to die for.
It is very misleading from the outside, appearing to be a restaurant in an old Methodist Church. However, once inside and up the stairs awaits one of Pennsylvania's most stunning restaurants. It is breathtaking. The food is 3-Star quality and the service is outstanding.
great food!! Since we went during restaurant week we were only able to select from the restaurant week menu, but everything was amazing
Picked Marsha B's by TA reviews and menu posted outside. Since it was a wed aftn, not crowded . We sat in a booth at bar area. . 1st impression nicely decorated ..& clean. Ordered jumbalya very good & crab/shrimp bisque. .not the usual delicate cream & sherry type, definitely put a creole spin on it but still quite good.... More
Fine dining Manhattan quality in an old converted church. Dine in a room with flying buttressed ceiling 30-40 feet above you with stain glass windows and a fantastic 40 foot high mural of St. George Slaying the Lions (out of a museum)!
Celebrated my son's 21st birthday here. Service was impeccable! Food was delicious! Atmosphere was interesting (we were there on a Tues. night and there was some kind of seminar going on in the lift area which was loud and highly distracting). Great restaurant if you like bacon!
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