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Always an excellent meal at Marsha Brown’s! Many people don’t know it’s part of the Ruth Chris steakhouse family, but even more interesting than that is the venue it’s housed in - an old church with the formal dining room in the rectory. So gorgeous!
I have never been more offended by a waiter in my life! Mick has a very insulting sense of humor. One of my guests was insulted by his outfit followed by being called cheap because he didn’t want a full dinner and ordered a salad....Our bill was way over $1000 and we’re told that the bill would be split at the end of our meal. Instead we had to figure it out by couples and added an extra 30 minutes. It was our first time at this establishment and will not be returning because of the service. The food was great!More
Great experience, service is wonderful.
We had a comfortable table for two and special attention to no intrusion from our waiter.
The filet was prepared with care and delicious, all sides were tasteful and prepared with a focus on presentation.
Dessert.. oh so wonderful!!
Excellent dinner after a very good show. My son recommended Marsha Brown's and he gets a Gold Star.
It's in a former methodist Church that was beautifully refurbished.
We were greeted very pleasantly and were escorted to our table, with no wait. We were offered...beverages ,but stuck with tap water and Pellegrino.
They have a very complete menu which is "slanted" towards the Cajun side.
We shared the Crab Beignet. We were served 4 very juicy Beignets, which were stuffed with crab meat and shrimp, truly delicious.
Our waiter recommended the Eggplant Ophelia, which my wife ordered, while I went with the Jambalaya and we shared the Sweet Potato Casserole.
All the food was delicious and the Sweet Potato Casserole to the same dish we had at Ruths Cris.
Our waiter was excellent. All in all, a very wonderful and delicious dinner.More
My local friend who lived in the South for 30 years suggested and we had dinner at Marsha Brown. LOLLIPOP LAMB CHOPS - delicious! I will order again for sure!
I love my DEATH BY GUMBO - First experience with Sothern Comfo food. Not a...big rice eater but I finished it all!More
Our first experience at this highly rated restaurant was not good at best. Friends from the area suggested we meet them at MB's. Meeting good friends made the experience bearable. The venue is interesting and pleasant the service was delivered with too much attitude. The...food was poor to average and hugely overpriced, all in our party agreed and declared it a last ever visit. I see the good ratings and read the reviews and can not understand the delta between them and our experiences. Goodby forever Marsha! Should you still decide to darken the door of this restaurant we hope your experience closer to the good reviews than our experiences.More
Sunday noon: walked right in and got a booth for 2. Menu was intriguing -- pulled us right in from the street. I ordered the Eggplant Ophelia and was shocked to taste how great it was! We shared it as an appetizer for the Slow...Roasted Roast Beef Po' Boy. Barely finished it between the 2 of us. Delicious food, well prepared and presented. Service was a model of attentiveness, information and loyal fervor.More