The Low Down
Parking: Marie's, which is just off the Kennedy Expressway's Armitage exit, has a small adjoining lot if street parking proves elusive.
Know Before You Go: Alas, drink prices are the one thing not frozen in time; be prepared to shell out for standard beverages--and remember it's cash only.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
A freewheeling tavern whose Eisenhower-era decor, jukebox, late-night hours and proprietress have earned icon status.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Freeze-framed at 1961--the bar's founding year--the small, thick-aired interior with linoleum flooring and whirring fans reminds one of Grandma's house. And Marie (yes, she really exists; she's in her 70s and livesâ¦
From Riches to Rags a Great Trip!
By carlah at Citysearch
After dining at the venerable Ambria restaurant, my husband and I decided to hit Marie's. The wait staff at Ambria gave us an enthusiastic send off... Read More
Go here and you won't be dissapointed!
By EBARMUL at Citysearch
The best place in the city that no one knows about. Frank, Patsy Cline and others on the jukebox. Ask Maire how she's doin' after she heads downsta... Read More
By shmoopie3 at Citysearch
Marie's is an odd, odd place, but that's not a bad thing. It's fun and upbeat, with a great jukebox. On my first visit, Marie herself did shots o... Read More
By megd at Citysearch
Marie's is a great late night bar. It always has a friendly crowd and the bartenders rock. The jukebox is cool and has all old school tunes like ... Read More