For almost two decades, Marseille has stood as the quintessential French brasserie in Hell’s Kitchen, just steps away from Broadway. More than just a dining destination, Marseille is the beating heart of its community, cherished by locals, theater enthusiasts, performers, and tourists, united by the shared joy of living. The experience at Marseille is not just about exceptional food; it's about impeccable service and a vibrant atmosphere. Our guests consistently praise the prompt, friendly, and accommodating service that seamlessly blends the energetic pace of New York City with the leisurely charm of slow European digestion.
Discovering Marseille means experiencing the epitome of a sophisticated yet approachable brasserie. Our restaurant boasts a world-class wine selection and outstanding French Provencal dishes, served from breakfast to dinner, and everything in between. Chef Xavier Monge, curates a menu that beautifully captures Marseille's fusion of French, Italian, Greek, and North African influences.
Indulge in the allure of Marseille's offerings, from the iconic Bouillabaisse and savory tagines to perfect steak frites and succulent short ribs. Our diverse menu also features gourmet burgers, fresh pastas, and a tempting array of hors d'oeuvres, ensuring a delightful experience for every palate.
Named after the iconic South of France city, Marseille pays homage to its roots as a North African port city and a cultural melting pot. Immerse yourself in a classic brasserie design adorned with details inspired by global influences, including enchanting Moroccan tiles. Our warm, knowledgeable, and attentive staff contributes to an authentic and transporting experience, offering a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Marseille is more than a restaurant; it's a celebration of cultural diversity and the French gateway to the world. In the heart of Hell's Kitchen, we have become a pillar of the community, cherished by regulars and theater aficionados alike. Our spacious French venue on the corner stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of Marseille in Hell's Kitchen.