Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub, the iconic Michigan restaurant in historic Marshall, today announces its temporary closure amid the COVID-19 Pandemic that is sweeping the United States.
“Our ultimate responsibility is to our staff and their families, our community and the state at large,” says Sue Damron, Schuler’s President and CEO. “The most efficient way for us as a public to diminish the spread of this deadly virus is to practice social distancing and we are committed to doing our part in those efforts. While the decision to close temporarily was not easy, we recognize it is the responsible thing to do.”
Over its 111-year history, Schuler’s has survived through times of war, depression and local tragedies, and even in this unprecedented time, the staff looks forward to re-opening in the near future and welcoming back families, businesses and travelers who are looking to reconnect.
Founded in 1909, Schuler’s is noted as one of Michigan’s most iconic restaurants. With more than a century of successful years in the industry, Schuler’s remains a hospitality leader not only in Michigan, but throughout the country. A more detailed history of Schuler’s can be found here.