Schuler’s Restaurant to Remain Closed on Mondays

(MARSHALL, Mich) — Schuler’s Restaurant & Pub in downtown historic Marshall has decided to remain closed on Mondays throughout the fall and winter months due to continued staffing limitations. “Our staff has been working tirelessly since the pandemic hit, sometimes taking extra shifts, while still providing the quality customer experience that our guests expect and deserve,” says Sue Damron, President & CEO. “For everyone’s mental and physical well-being, we feel being closed one day a week allows everyone the much-needed time to focus on themselves and their families.” Staffing within the restaurant industry continues to be a struggle not only around Michigan, but across the country, due to unemployment extensions, daycare issues and general concerns for one’s personal safety during the pandemic. When it comes to finding people to fill jobs – both front and heart of the house – there still is a lag throughout the entire hospitality sector. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming part of the Schuler’s team, please visit “Coming off a busy summer, we look forward to an equally popular fall color tour season in our picturesque little town,” Damron says. “From there, we’ll jump into one of our favorite times of the year – the holiday season. We are excited to once again be part of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years for our long-standing customers as well as new guests looking for a unique and memorable experience.” 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 online at

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