San Francisco institution Marlowe recently underwent a full face-lift. The original restaurant had been a Townsend Street staple since opening in 2010, but, due to construction issues, they recently moved to a new location (a block away at Fourth Street and Brannan). However, it was discovered the demolition that chased them from their home isn't happening for 2 to 6 years. This revelation gave way for a concept engineered by owners Anna Weinberg and James Nicholas to breathe life.
Centered around their widely worshiped Marlowe Burger, the duo are creating a specialized restaurant fondly named Marlowe Burger. The condensed menu, brought to us by Marlowe Chef Jennifer Puccio, will consist of The Marlowe Burger, Fried Chicken Sandwich, Brussel Sprout Chips, French Fries and a rumored vegi option. Lastly, the burger joint will feature daily delectables by Pastry Chef Emily Luchetti.
Windowe Burger is scheduled debut at 330 Townsend on April 1.