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Over 100 Years of Great Taste.

Schuler's Restaurant & Pub

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Apr 02

A Family Tradition – Schuler’s is Pure Michigan’s Legendary Family Restaurant

For the past 111 years, Schuler’s Restaurant in historic downtown Marshall has operated as a family destination…a place where generations of families gather together to celebrate everything from graduations to engagements to retirements and more. Just recently, Elizabeth Appel Frizzel shared her family story…dating back to the 1940s. “My grandma, Natalie McKenzie, waited tables at → Read More

Oct 08

It’s Never Too Early to Start Thinking About The Holidays

It seems like just yesterday the sun was shining and everyone was planning beach days and kicking it poolside (and maybe you were, this is Michigan). But before you know it, the Holidays will be upon us! A source of equal parts joy and stress, that time between Thanksgiving and Christmas tends to sneak up → Read More

Aug 23

The Sky’s the Limit with Schuler’s Fly-In Program

How many Michigan restaurants do you know that provide complimentary shuttle transportation from the local airport? At Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in historic Marshall, the sky is the limit when it comes to delivering the utmost in customer service. The single-runway Brooks Field is located just 1.3 miles from Schuler’s, making it an easy jaunt → Read More

May 16

110 Years of Serving Guests the “Schuler Way”

From the very first customer served in 1909, guests at Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in historic Marshall have always been treated special. Now, 110 years later, it is the “Schuler Way” which sets this iconic destination restaurant apart from all the others. From delivering the finest menu – loaded with classics and seasonal favorites – → Read More

Feb 12

Fall in Love with Schuler’s this Valentine’s Day

According to The History Channel, “Americans probably began exchanging hand-made valentines in the early 1700s. In the 1840s, Esther A. Howland began selling the first mass-produced valentines in America. Howland, known as the ‘Mother of the Valentine,’ made elaborate creations with real lace, ribbons and colorful pictures known as ‘scrap.’” In addition to cards, Valentine’s → Read More

Nov 06

2018 Holiday Brochure

Download Your Copy Today We’ve pulled together all of the existing holiday events and celebrations happening here at Schuler’s. You can download our brochure here for the details. Inside, you’ll find details on: Thanksgiving Day Buffet Turkey to Go (reservations are due by November 19, 2018) Holiday Dining Hours including Sunday Brunch Buffets, which includes → Read More

Oct 27

Some of Marshall’s Spookiest Spots

Harry Houdini died on Halloween, 1926—in Detroit, just about 100 miles east of Marshall, where his milk can and overboard box are on display at the one-of-a-kind American Museum of Magic. Founded in 1978, this is one of the city’s most noted year-round museums. Yet, during the autumn season the lore of greatest magicians of → Read More

Oct 23

Experience the Schuler Way

Experience the Schuler Way has been placed front and center at our restaurant because it’s something we truly believe in, but what does it mean? It means that food and dining at Schuler’s Restaurant are more than lunch or dinner, it’s an experience from start to finish. Experience Consistent Service and Setting Consistency is key → Read More

Sep 04

Our Favorite Wedding Reception Venues Near Marshall, MI

While we take the cake on coordinating beautiful wedding receptions and rehearsal dinners that take place indoors (just check out a virtual tour of our banquet rooms to see what we mean!), there are a few local gems we love to work with when it comes to outdoor or rustic wedding reception venues. Anyone can → Read More

Sep 04

Special Menu Celebrating Home Tour Weekend

In honor of the 55th Annual Marshall Historical Society Home Tour, we’ve created a special menu. This is available during home tour weekend only, so please call to reserve your table today.   You can view the full menu here.   For more information about the Home Tour, visit their website at marshallhistoricalsociety.org     → Read More