• Dining Room Hours
    • Dining Room Hours

      Mon - Sun: 11am - 9pm


      Breakfast

      Sun: 10am - 2pm

  • Pub Hours
    • Winston’s Pub Hours

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

Hours & Info
  • Location

    115 S. Eagle Street
    Marshall, MI 49068

  • Dining Room Hours

    Open Daily: 11am - 9pm

    7 Days a week


    Breakfast

    Sun: 10am - 2pm

  • Winston's Pub Hours

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

Over 100 Years of Great Taste.

Schuler's Restaurant & Pub

Great food. FRESH DAILY.

News & Events

Nov 14

Enjoy Thanksgiving Day Traditions with Schuler’s

Do You Know Why Jean Schuler Baked Two Turkeys? We have our own favorite memories and stories about Thanksgiving from the Schuler family, too. Many years ago, Hans’ family home was behind the restaurant. The restaurant was running out of turkey for their guests. As Hans shared, “My Father, Win, came to the house and took → Read More

Nov 08

2017 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 20, 2017) Holiday Dining Hours including Sunday Brunch Buffets, which includes → Read More

Oct 23

Wedding Receptions. Rehearsal Dinners. Bridal Showers.

Schuler’s Spotlight on Weddings Caprese Skewers Cajun Grilled Shrimp Traverse Bay Salad New England Braised Pot Roast – roasted and served with bordelaise sauce Tomato Basil Chicken – with white wine sauce and fresh basil North Atlantic Salmon – with peppercorn and beurre blanc Is your mouth watering yet? We created this custom menu for → Read More

Oct 18

Lots of Great Football Events this Weekend + Sweetest Day

Here in the Midwest, fall is synonymous with football, and this is sure to be an unforgettable week. With Albion Homecoming, MSU Homecoming, and a huge U of M game, get ready for a weekend of rivalries and great football! With Marshall being “The Crossroads of the Big Ten,” we at Schuler’s truly pride ourselves → Read More

Sep 18

Keeping it Fresh for over 100 Years.

At Schuler’s, fresh ingredients aren’t just a priority, they’re a necessity. They serve as inspiration for our dishes and the creation of our menu, like our fall menu updates including a roasted beet salad, autumn orecchiette pasta, and a fall vegetable risotto just to name a few. These locally sourced, garden-fresh ingredients make all the → Read More

Aug 23

Details On Our New Holland Beer & Cocktail Dinner

Whether it’s for date night or an evening out with friends, our upcoming New Holland Beer & Cocktail Dinner is the perfect occasion to enjoy 5 special courses of food from Schuler’s culinary team. Craft Beer. Craft Cocktails. Craft Foods. You can expect a fun evening here at Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub. This special event → Read More

Jan 19

Schuler’s Delivers Pre-Valentine Truffle & Wine Pairing

(MARSHALL, Mich)—Love is always in the air at Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in historic downtown Marshall, especially the week of Valentine’s Day. A decadent pairing of chocolate truffles and sparkling wine is planned for Monday, February 13 at 7:30pm and is sure to put anyone in a romantic mood. Sonny Rice from Paw Paw Wine → Read More

Nov 23

Schuler’s Restaurant & Bell’s Brewery Celebrate Longstanding Relationship

Two long-standing family-owned southwest Michigan businesses united forces on Tuesday, November 1 for an evening of food, beer and fellowship. Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in downtown Marshall and Bell’s Brewery, Inc. collectively welcomed 75 people for a five-course beer dinner, led by Matthew Moberly, director of beverage insights for Bell’s. “Our relationship with Bell’s goes → Read More

Nov 06

What the Sam Hill?

Have you ever wondered that expression came from? From the pages of a small self-published book (c. 2005) called “Where Did That Come From” by longtime radio broadcaster Reese Rickards comes this account: “I am delighted to report that this phrase is pure Michigander. We know exactly where it comes from, and we know all → Read More