This venue is closed.
The adobe walls at Texas-themed Marfa are bare except for a few paintings of animal horns. In contrast to its former occupant, Waikiki Wally’s, the space is as spare as an air-raid bunker. When the honky-tonk music is blaring, the acoustics are a bit of a nightmare unless you’re at the communal table in the narrow, candlelit side room (there are also bands downstairs). The house drink is the Marfarita, essentially a spicy grapefruit marg. Beer of choice: Lone Star.Kitchen Hours
The kitchen closes at 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and at midnight on Friday and Saturday.
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