• Dining Room Hours
    • Dining Room Hours

      Open Daily 11am - 9pm
      7 Days a Week

  • Pub Hours
    • Winston’s Pub Hours

      Mon to Thur: 11am - 9pm
      Fri to Sat 11am - 10pm
      Sun: 11am - 9pm

Hours & Info
  • Location

    115 S. Eagle Street
    Marshall, MI 49068

  • Dining Room Hours

    Open Daily: 11am - 9pm
    7 Days a week

  • Winston's Pub Hours

    Mon to Thur 11am - 9pm
    Fri to Sat: 11am - 10pm
    Sun: 11am - 9pm

Over 100 Years of Great Taste.

Schuler's Restaurant & Pub

Great food. FRESH DAILY.


Jul 26

The Language of Al Fresco

The phrase al fresco (or alfresco) is borrowed from the Italian for “in the cool [air]” or “in the fresh open air” and can be used to describe any number of activities. Although, Italians rarely use this term in relation to dining out (and interestingly enough, when they use the expression it usually refers to → Read More

Jun 13

Remembering the Men of Schuler’s on Father’s Day

On July 19, 1910, the governor of the state of Washington proclaimed the nation’s first Father’s Day. It wasn’t until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official, that Father’s Day became a nationwide holiday in the United States. The National Restaurant Association estimates that more than 50 million adults dine out → Read More

Jun 10

Cheers to World Gin Day: Saturday, June 11

There’s a holiday for just about everything…this is especially true for foods and beverages. This year, the 8th Annual World Gin Day is set for Saturday, June 11. A time for Gin novices and connoisseurs alike to celebrate all things gin. Gin is a spirit which derives its predominant flavor from juniper berries, dark bluish-colored berries full of → Read More

Jun 02

Own A Vintage Piece of Schuler’s

The exact origins of the “garage sale” aren’t crystal clear, but the roots of the modern sale can be found in the world “rummage” or “romage” – which entered the English language as early as the 16th century, according to GarageSaleCow.com. “Romage was a nautical term originally relating to how cargo was packed into the → Read More

May 04

Get Your Derby on at Winston’s Pub

Saturday, May 7 is the legendary Kentucky Derby—the longest-running sporting event in the United States. Dating back to 1875, it is continuously regarded as the “most exciting two minutes in sports.” Almost as celebrated as the horses are the pomp and circumstance surrounding this race, including the crowds with men in their finest attire and → Read More

Apr 28

Mothers Are Always Special at Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub

Did you know that Mother’s Day is the #1 holiday for dining out with family? According to two decades of research by the National Restaurant Association, an estimated 80 million American adults—more than one-quarter of the nation’s adults—enjoy a restaurant meal on Mother’s Day. While dinner remains the most popular mealtime for Mother’s Day, with → Read More

Apr 11

Family Histories & Passions Are Shared During Fisher Vineyards Wine Dinner at Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub

(MARSHALL, Mich)—During the early 1900s, Michigan was thriving in two main industries that are as vital to each other today as they were at the very beginning: automotive and tourism. In 1907, Albert Schuler founded what has become one of the state’s most prestigious family-owned-and-operated multi-generational businesses: Schuler’s Restaurant. The following year, seven Fisher brothers → Read More

Mar 23

Schuler’s Easter Traditions Are All About Family

An estimated 33 million Americans celebrate Easter each year by dining out, according to data from the National Restaurant Association. It is ranked as the fifth busiest restaurant day—and the most family-centric, with many places providing activities for kids like visits with the Easter Bunny. While many would consider brunch the dominant Easter mealtime, the → Read More

Mar 02

Warm Up to Schuler’s Classic Swiss Onion Soup

There’s a holiday for just about everything—especially when it comes to food and beverages. Did you know that March 8 is “National French Onion Soup Day”? According to Kitchen.net—South Africa’s online food magazine, “Legend has it that the first French Onion Soup was created by King Louis the XV of France [in the mid 1700s] → Read More