Breaking Bread: Tacoma’s Marrow adds Sunday brunch, sister restaurant Top of Tacoma begins lunch service
Sixth Avenue has your evenings covered, but what may be lesser known is that the neighborhood is a stunning breakfast destination – and not just because it’s full of coffee houses (Valhalla, Metronome, Satellite, Bluebeard, the new Ubi, etc, etc). Breakfast is stellar on Sixth. There’s the Cap’n Crunch french toast at Dirty Oscar’s Annex. The braised rib scramble at Masa. Pancakes at the Old Milwaukee. Scrambles at Shakabrah. And now here’s another reason to head to Sixth on Sunday mornings – brunch at Marrow.
Beginning Feb. 17, Marrow will start brunch service every Sunday – they’re calling it “Breaking Bread.” They’ll open at 10 a.m. and remain open through evening service (with a small plate menu).
Owner Jaime Kay Jones, who runs the restaurant with husband Jason and chef/co-owner Kyle Wnuk, described these brunch items: Read more »