• Dining Room Hours
    • Dining Room Hours

      Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am - 8:30pm

      Friday-Saturday: 11:30am - 9:00pm

  • Pub Hours
    • Winston’s Pub Hours

      Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am - 8:30pm

      Friday-Saturday: 11:30am - 9:00pm

Hours & Info
  • Location

    115 S. Eagle Street
    Marshall, MI 49068

  • Dining Room Hours

    Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am - 8:30pm

    Friday-Saturday: 11:30am - 9:00pm

  • Winston's Pub Hours

    Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am - 8:30pm

    Friday-Saturday: 11:30am - 9:00pm

Over 100 Years of Great Taste.

Schuler's Restaurant & Pub

Great food. FRESH DAILY.


Nov 16

Nobody Celebrates Holiday Traditions Like Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub

Since 1909, the Schuler family has opened its doors to welcome generations of families helping them to make memories during the holiday season—and this year, is no exception. Relax in the historic setting of this iconic restaurant and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the trimmings, and none of the work. Or, if → Read More

Oct 31

Scare the Yell out Yourself in Marshall

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

Sep 22

Fall is the Perfect time for Exploring Marshall’s Natural Side

Michigan was blessed with a sunny, hot and relatively dry summer season…and such conditions have an impact on the how and when the trees display their fall colors. “Things are looking good for a vibrant fall color season this year,” says WOOD TV8 Chief Meteorologist Bill Steffen. “We’ve had ample rain and the trees aren’t → Read More

Aug 24

Take a Bite Out of National Sandwich Month

August is a time when chefs, moms and foodies crave new sandwich ideas for picnics, beach parties, reunions and back-to-school lunchboxes. As early as 1952, national organizations such as the American Bakers, American Dairy, National Livestock and Beat Board, Wheat Flour Institute and Wheat Grower Groups began partnering together to declare this as “National Sandwich → Read More

Aug 01

The Magic of Marshall

Southern Michigan has quite a history when it comes to the world of magic! Located just 37 miles southwest of Marshall is the small town of Colon—known as the “Magic Capital of the World” and for good reason. The Abbott Magic Company was founded here by Percy Abbott in 1934 and they’re among the top → Read More

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