Monday, July 7, 2014

Schuler's Restaurant: A Gem of a Find in Marshall, Michigan (w/Giveaway!)

Disclosure: We received a gift certificate to help facilitate the review. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


Schuler's Restaurant
Welcoming Guests Since 1909!

This summer, instead of taking to the skies for our vacation time, we've decided to stick close to home and discover what's around us. Last weekend we took a drive to Marshall (Michigan). It's not all that far from us, and what a gem of a find we found there in the name of Schuler's restaurant! First and foremost, it has been open and serving patrons since 1909. You know when an establishment has been popular for over an entire century, that it's got to be worth trying.

Fun fact: after trying the restaurant, and raving about how wonderful it was to my in-laws, my Mother-in-Law told me it was where her and her husband of 53 years went on their prom date, many moons ago when they were still in high school.

The entrance area is full of charm!
No idea who is hiding under that pillow. ;)
The restaurant itself is not short on charm. When you walk in there is a cozy seating area that leads to the attached tavern in one direction, and to the restaurant in the other. In the picture above, you can see one small section of a very sizable entry way that has even more seating options.

The many items for sale in the entryway take on a
whole new level of interest once you've sampled the declicious items from the menu.


There are also items like home-baked goods (including cookies, yum!), jam, coffee, and Schuler's memorabilia for sale in the seating area. These items take on a whole new level of interest once you've tasted how delicious the selections are on the menu.


There are a good number of photographs along the many walls inside of the restaurant that showcase a sense of pride in its history. I thought the pictures lent such a wonderful touch to an already cozy environment.

I love the sayings all along the tops of the walls,
and the large pictures on display in the main dining area.
When I say cozy, however, I do not mean small. Schuler's has several big dining areas, and within the dining areas there are also some private nooks, if you're looking for privacy.

This large room would be great for hosting special events!
You can see the fireplace in the corner, and there is outdoor seating too, visible through the glass.
Other rooms are available (as is catering), and one is equipped with dry erase boards, making it perfect for a business lunch or dinner.
If you are looking to host a banquet or a special event, there are also quite a few rooms where you can dine, including the large space pictured above. I loved this room because it has a working fireplace (wonderful for those cold winters to which Michigan is no stranger). In that particular picture, you can also catch a glimpse of one of the outdoor seating sections we came across when we were looking around.

The ambiance everywhere you turn is very welcoming. Of course, what really matters in a restaurant is the service and the food, and in those areas Schuler's did not disappoint.

Our server was most excellent at her job, from the beginning of the meal until it was time to leave. She made us feel most welcome, including our little one who is a little shy with people he doesn't know. And the establishment is very large, so you don't feel rushed to finish your meal. You can sit back and enjoy, like you're supposed to be able to do when you're out and about.

Schuler's famous Barbeque Meatballs.
My husband liked these so much he took what was left home and had them the next day (a rarity for him).
My husband is a huge fan of meatballs, so he ordered the famous Schuler's Barbeque Meatballs to get dinner started (and liked them so much he took what was left home).

Being the salad lover that I am, I was happy that their salad was so busy,
busy meaning packed full of some of my most favorite veggies.
The dinner menu is chock full of so many choices, that it was hard to decide what to order. I started off with a salad, and the salad was delightfully busy (full of my favorite veggies). The greens were crisp too, which is very important to me since I usually go sans dressing.

Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli
House-made basil sauce with roasted vegetables and Parmesan
For my main meal I ordered the Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli: House-made tomato basil sauce with roasted vegetables and Parmesan. It was very generously proportioned, which is dangerous when it's so, so good. And for me, it was so, so good!

London Broil
Flank marinated in soy, ginger, and apple juice, button mushrooms
My husband went back and forth between the menu choices of Filet of Black Angus Beef Tenderloin, and the London Broil. He opted for the latter, and was extremely pleased with his choice (but we'll be going back again so he can try the former too). He said the meat was succulent. Marinated in soy, ginger, and apple juice, and served with button mushrooms, he also said it was full of flavor and delicious. Though his portion was also very generously sized, there was not a bit of it left come time to end the meal.

He was loving that milkshake!
Little man opted for a children's meal selection, and he ate all of the chicken that came with it (which meant it was good). His favorite parts, however, were the milkshake (complete with a cherry)...

But I think he loved the build-your-own ice cream
that came with the children's meal even more. ;)
and the build-your-own ice cream that came with the children's meal. ;) Mr. "I only like plain vanilla with nothing on it" even branched out to try a few of the M&Ms and Gummy Bears on his treat (though he wasn't brave enough to try the chocolate sauce).

The Signature Pecan Ball is vanilla bean ice cream rolled in
roasted sweet pecans and served with hot fudge.
The rest of us opted for the Signature Pecan Ball, which is vanilla bean ice cream rolled in Schuler's roasted sweet pecans and served with hot fudge.  We're not usually big on desserts, but we wanted to try the full menu for the review, and really we only intended to have a spoonful or two...and do you know we ended up eating the whole thing?? And we made pretty short time of it too. It was really, really good!! And a perfect way to end the meal.

We'll be returning to Schuler's, and I for one can't wait. What a gem of a find in our very own area to come across!! Oh yes it is going to be a fun summer of exploring new places that are close by (within comfortable driving distance) this summer.

Schuler's is located at 
115 S. Eagle St. 
Marshall, MI 49068
Restaurant Hours
Sun. - Thurs. 11 am - 9 pm
Friday & Saturday 11 am - 10 pm


You can learn more about Schuler's by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.

One lucky winner will get a $50 Schuler's Gift Card 
so they can visit the restaurant too!
US entrants only.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

176 comments:

Mark Means said...

I always love the small, out of the way, places more than the big franchise restaurants.

This one looks like a great find :)

Kay Adeola said...

I love the build your own ice cream my kids would go nuts for that lol.This looks like a really nice place and good food.

Felicia Carter said...

What an adorable little place! If we are ever that way we will have to drop by.

Pat Hatt said...

You always find great spots indeed. Or you just don't talk about the bad ones haha. Sounds like they sure got it right there and great meals can be had.

Liz Mays said...

I'm practically drooling over here. I want what you had, by the way. That looks craaaazy good! I like that you MIL went there years ago!

Masshole Mommy said...

It looks like a quaint, cozy little place to eat and my word - that food looks delicious!

Kristi Maloney said...

OMG! The food looks fabulous here. I would love that pecan roll! The build your own sundae looks like a real kid-pleasing treat.

Samantha Angell said...

Thats so sweet that your mother in law went there for her prom date! I was just recently with a friend for dinner and found out her mom went there for prom as well. So cool to hear connections and stories like that!

Emilee said...

What a great find! I love finding little places like that! Looks like you guys had a great time!

alissa apel said...

I love places with charm like that! The food does look good. I even like how they presented the food.

I'd love to check it out.

Robin said...

I am not a dessert eater (normally), but if I were eating there I would have to save room for that pecan ball ice cream. Woohoo.

Sandee said...

Okay, now I'm hungry. What a fun place and the food did look fabulous.

Your review is awesome.

Have a terrific day. ☺

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

It certainly has personality. Cool your in-laws went there for the prom. Now pass a cup of meatballs please...

Z @ Kicking Kilos said...

Seems, like a great place!!!!!!! :))
spooky- who is in the hiding? LOL

Brian Miller said...

it is good that lunch is not too far off...ha....
sounds wonderful...and what a cool connection as well to her prom date...

Heather @ The Beating Hearth said...

My kids would go nuts over the build your own sundae! We have a restaurant here that brings all the kids out a ball of dough, lets them mush it and design whatever they want, then they take it back, bake it and turn it into a personalized pizza. And the best part is, it's free! Just to keep the kiddoes entertained.

P Bishop said...

I love the homey atmosphere! I wish we had a Schuler's in our neck of the woods. I would chow down on the bbq meatballs.

Jenn said...

I also love salads full of veggies! If I ever go to Michigan, I will have to try this restaurant out. It looks like a place I'd go if it were right here in my town.

Anonymous said...

never saw meatballs served like that before.

Celebrity VIP Lounge said...

Wow, what a beautiful place! Definitely worth checking out. Amber N

bxcrochet said...

That looks like a great place to eat. The food looks amazing!

Michelle F.

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

That looks like a terrific place to eat. With a name like that, I half-way expected it to feature German dishes, but all the stuff you show looks yummy. (pssst... you might not wanta call those meatballs "infamous"... that means they have a reputation for being bad...)

Chrystal Mahan said...

I have actually heard about this place and those pecan balls! What a cute story you have too. Marshall is about 1hr 45min south of where I am. I am going to have to add it to my Michigan Bucket List.

Carly said...

You find the best places to eat! I love the decor!

Aimee Fauci said...

I wish I was able to visit Michigan and check this place out! I love finding gems.. I will RT for those that live in Michigan.

Heather @ Girl Gone Mom said...

I love the idea of a staycation - it's fun being a tourist in your own town.

mail4rosey said...

Nice catch & I sure changed it. TY, Susan.

Mistee Dawn said...

What a great giveaway. And that place looks amazing.

TerriAnn van Gosliga said...

Love that dining area – it's huge! I love it when restaurants offer some of their special items to take home so you can relive the flavors there until you get a chance to visit the place again.

debdenny said...

Looks like a great and cozy place,. The Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli looks real tempting!

Kristen Campbell said...

I love original places like this, especially those that have home-made food items for purchase (like the jams and such). The food looks phenomenal!

Diana Villa said...

The restaurant is beautiful! Thanks for the info and giveaway :D

Dan from Platter Talk said...

We love places like this; so happy you shared this one!

Claudia said...

I am not in that area, but the restaurant looks very nice and the food looks amazing !!!

Ronnie E. said...

It's like a blast from the past! Love the look of the restaurant and the food looks amazing.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

It is always so nice to find a gem among the rough. What a great place... I see they sell cute little gift baskets. I like the coffee one for my Hubs.

Tracey said...

I love the idea of a staycation and this looks like a great one! The restaurant looks delish!

Elephant's Child said...

What an amazing place - and I love the link to your MIL's history.

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

This looks like a great place to visit.

~ Noelle said...

i think it is awesome they went there for prom date... but let me be honest, i can't stop thinking about that pecan ball :)

Janelle Shank said...

now I am hungry! your little one is adorable, he looks all fancy and cute. thanks for sharing

Celebrity VIP Lounge said...

I also love the small places. They have the best food too often times! Amber N

Jenni said...

I've heard of this place before!!! The food looks delish! I love when they have signature items like that for sale. I always buy goodies like that. Annnnddd, that pecan ball -- I WANT some!!

Anonymous said...

That looks like a place I would definitely enjoy taking my family. The food and atmosphere look amazing.

Krystal Butherus said...

That pasta looks prettttty delicious! Thanks for sharing this one!

Heather Jones said...

Looks awesome! We actually had BBQ meatballs as an appetizer on the fourth. I just make them in the crockpot with some awesome BBQ sauce. I'm sure these are to die for too! Looks like a great place! I'd be all over that jam!!

Annemarie Leblanc said...

The pecan ball with ice cream looks like it must have tasted delicious! I really want to go and try this restaurant.

MommaDJane said...

I have a childhood friend that moved to Michigan and I'll have to share this with her. I love how well displayed their food was. It all looks amazing. Meatballs in a cup? Genius.

Binky said...

It a looks very good! Well, they could have had wine gums for the ice cream.

Dina said...

that place is beautiful. I'd love to eat there too. Your food photography was spot on for making me hungry

DeDa Studios said...

The food looks very tasty! I drive close by when I travel to my family in SE Michigan...nice to know there is a great restaurant on the way.

Ai Sakura said...

Oh such a grand place with interesting history! I love that little bit about your in-laws date there..

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Michele D said...

Looks like a great family restaurant. I wish that I lived closer then I will try it out with my family. Food looks great!

Holy Ghost Writer said...

Sounds like a perfect spot nestled away

Pam said...

All that food looks delicious! Those barbecue meatballs especially!

buzzd said...

Pecan Crusted Chicken sounds great

Kung Phoo said...

I like visiting small towns and see what they are all about.. There is so much culture in the small towns..

Texstar said...

It looks like Schulers is a great place with good food. Your pics were really appealing!!! ~Don Purdum

Bonnie Gowen said...

Oh wow, my kids would love that build your own ice cream. =) Looks like a great place to visit.

Young At Heart Mommy said...

I love welcoming places like this that sell goodies! These really are the secret gems that you have to look for when vacationing. This is my kinda place!

The Mommy-Files said...

That food looks amazing! I've never seen meatballs served before in a metal mug! That's so unique!

Anonymous said...

what a quaint place. food looks amazing

Betty Taylor said...

If you weren't so far away I would make the drive to try the restaurant. It looks fabulous and that dessert would definitely tempt me!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I like how this restaurant has a homey feel. I always love dining places that make me feel like I am dining amongst friends instead of a big chain place. If we ever make it up that way, we will definitely stop in for a bite!

Sister's Saving Cents said...

Wow since 1909! I would say they are doing something right! Would love to try the pecan ice cream!

Janelle Shank said...

i agree, hidden little gems are sometimes the best restaurants

Maria Constanza Oller said...

the place looks tidy and lovely and ha that home feeling I love in restaurants. Lovely place

Sippy Cup Mom said...

I love visiting places nearby. The food looks fantastic.

Debra Rutt said...

Oh my gosh, this looks like my kind of place. I love finding nuggets like this - it's like stepping back in time!

Sweepster said...

Looks like a really fun place to go eat with the whole family!

Rachael Yerkes said...

That looks so yummy. Wish I lived closer. If I am ever in the area I will definitely give it a try.

lisamc7 said...

What a quaint little restaurant! The food looks delish and not something I would expect to come out of that kitchen! :D

MyDomesticDish said...

The food looks delicious- and that beef is perfectly cooked. Wish they were closer! :P

Stopping by to leave some love and dish with you for a minute.
Alysia x
www.mydomesticdish.com

Ms. Latina said...

Love the pictures. The mug used to serve Schuler's famous Barbeque Meatballs is so innovative! Definitely caught my eye.

Terri | Sugar Free Glow said...

I'm laughing out loud at your comment that you have no idea who is hiding under the pillow. LOL Looks like a fun place--thanks for sharing!

Casa Vilora Interiors said...

I love charming little eateries with history. Looks so cozy and the food delicious

April Mims said...

That looks like a delightful find! I love discovering new places like that!

Kimberly said...

I wished I lived near one! It looks like a fun family restaurant. Can't find a lot of those around here...sad face

Marielle Altenor said...

Barbecue meatballs? Yes please!! I'm pretty sure we do not have a Schulers restaurant or I would have been all over it by now!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

I'm loving that photo of Little Man loving that milkshake!

Barbie's Beauty Bits said...

Not in my area, but boy does that place look like a place I'd like to go. And the Signature Pecan Ball with vanilla bean ice cream...Oh my!

Amanda Her said...

It seriously looks like everything you tried was amazing. I'd love to visit Schuler's one day!

Danielle @ We Have It All said...

What a charming place to visit. And the food looks awesome too.

Annie said...

What a quaint little restaurant! The food looks yummy though! :)

Kelly Blackwell @ Heres My Take On It said...

I love old restaurants. They have so much charm. It looks like Schuler's is a proven keeper. Your pictures make me want to visit Michigan just for the treat, and maybe a milk shake. I'm inspired to find out own little hidden away treat here in Arizona. :)

April said...

Cooking classes! Neat idea!

LL St Chas T said...


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Elizabeth said...

The food looks heavenly! And I love eating at local places when on vacation instead of chains!

JaimeLovesStuff said...

I love restaurants like that! I love the building and their food looks terrific. If I ever go to Michigan, I know where I will be eating

Newlywed Survival said...

This looks like a place my husband and I would enjoy. The atmosphere and food look great!

Savory Experiments said...

It looks so cozy and family friendly. If we are ever in the area, we will be sure to visit!

Debi Wayland said...

This looks like an awesome place. Thanks for sharing this!

Nicole Manaloto said...

This place is really epic and the look of the restaurant feels classic. I love how you shared the foods and that giveaway is great but sad to say I can't join because I am too far from Schulers place.

Pam said...

Boy does this place look awesome. I don't live in the area but I have a few friends that don't live far and I am going to make sure that they see this post. Great place to take the family!

Jade Schwartz said...

Now I know where to go and get food if I ever visit Michigan. I live on the other side of lake Michigan and I always been wanting to cross the lake. That restaurant serves great food.

Debra Hawkins said...

What a fun place! I love the feel of it!

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

This looks like such a quaint and cozy restaurant. The portions of their meals are very generous too.

Megan Chamberlin said...

Looks like a great historic site with awesome food! I'd have to try those meatballs too!

Julie Corbisiero said...

Wow Rosey, that restaurant looks so good and a lot of great food! It looks like you had a fun time!
Julie

Rena McDaniel said...

I have actually eaten at this restaurant a long time ago while visiting Michigan. The food was wonderful as well as the service and atmosphere. I would recommend it to anybody!

Ellen said...

Wow. Everything looks absolutely delicious. I'd go for the meatballs!

Maddi'sMommy said...

I live in michigan and have never been here! Thanks for the great find, we will have to check them out.

tonyknuckles said...

Looks like a real cozy place to take the family and have a great time. You had me at "barbecue meatballs"..lol. Do they ship out of state?

Carly from The Puzzled Palate said...

I love finding places like this! I get so sick of all of the chain restaurants around us.

Mama to 5 said...

Sounds great, I love how they serve the food - very rustic!

Ann B said...

Everything looks delicious! I love the idea of serving meatballs in a mug.

Christie C said...

Wow, everything looks yummy! Looks like a fantastic family place

The Rebel Chick said...

What an adorable little restaurant! I want to eat that dessert right through the screen!

Brijdeep Kaur said...

never been here, but the pics look delicious.. yes, the food ones.. and all the others too.. :)

Rebecca Swenor said...

This looks like an awesome place to go. I love the old fashion restaurants. The food looks delicious and you know it has to be to be in business that long. Thanks for sharing.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

Oh yum that all looks so delicious <3 what a great sounding restaurant. x

Melanie Scout said...

Yum. That pecan ball sounds amazing!

Cam said...

I love the nostalgia! It looks like a really cool place. Doesn't heart that the food looks yummy too!

Patricia Woolverton said...

Wow that place looks great. The Bbq meatballs look fantastic. I do not think we have one near us but wish they did.

John Lopez said...

BBQ Meatballs, that is a first for me. Looks like a great place to visit.

The Mom Jen said...

I love that it was a place your in-laws had been to! Wow, what a great menu and the build your own sundae is genius for kids!

Tami said...

What a charming little place. Of all three, my choice would be your son's meal. :)

I'm also doing my own version of a 'staycation'.

ACM'smommy said...

Looks like a great place! The BBQ meatballs look yummy!
~Amanda

Natalie B. said...

Hello! Your dinner looks absolutely delicious! It's so cool that your mother in-law and her husband had prom dinner there. :) I learned that they make their food fresh daily and that you can contact them to put together gift baskets of their items. I would love some wonderful food from Michigan! Thank-you for the chance!

Onica MommyFactor said...

That photo of a person hiding under the pillow is so funny. What a great place to visit. It has real country style charm.

Amanda McMahon said...

Michigan has a lot of great little places. I haven't been to Marshall but this place looks nice and welcoming.

sarah said...

i learned that they can have weddings and rehearsal dinners as well as business events and other parties there

Payal Bansal said...

Such a great place for whole family, kids , events ... Wow.. and the food looks really yumm

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a neat restaurant! Bet my husband would've liked those meatballs as well.

Tonya Lewis said...

I live in South East Michigan. Northern Michigan is so different with all of these quaint lil towns & eateries

Cassie Tucker said...

I've actually seen that restaurant before back when I was living in Michigan a few years back, however, I never got to eat there. As delicious as the food looks that makes me really sad!

Patranila Jefferson said...

I've never been to Michigan. This spot looks cozy though.

Colette S said...

Who knows, your little one might grow up and have a date there too just like your MIL :)

A very nice place indeed!
Glad you enjoyed the outing!

Kelly Hutchinson said...

What a wonderful place to eat. I wish I lived in Michigan!

Wendy said...

I love finding small, out of the way places that are local. I usually enjoy them much more!

Kim Croisant said...

WHat a neat place - I love those meatballs in a cup. how clever!! Looks like a very ncie place to take the family or even a date.

Caitlin Fore said...

Those meatballs well everything else too look really yummy!

Ericka Chatman said...

When I travel I like to visit hometown restaurants. Schuler's looks like a place I'd visit; the food looks so delicious.

Maria said...

okay, i'm officially drooling! this place looks awesome!! your son is so handsome!
that build-your-own ice cream is too cute!
i smiled that your husband took the meatballs home...steve would LOVE them!
have a wonderful weekend, rosey! xoxox

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Crumbs Rosey - I'm way down the list .. but still the whole experience looked delicious - I've a couple of hours to go before I can think about a salad lunch! Still great you all enjoyed yourselves .. and how fun to discover your in-laws went to a prom dance there all those years ago ..

Great fun post .. cheers Hilary

Kath Rivera said...

The London Broil and the Pecan Ball is a must have. This resto is really a gem. Serving authentic food for the longest time now.

Katrina Gehman said...

wow, everything looks amazing. I will definitely have to keep this place in mind.

Mistee Dawn said...

I know, right! Makes me want to live in Michigan, too.

Maddi'sMommy said...

I've been there! I love their jam :)

Beeb Ashcroft said...

I love the homey ambiance and history that comes through - how awesome that you had family history there that you didn't even realize! The food looks seriously delish.

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

If I am ever up that way, I think this is a definite must see. Looks like a really neat place. Good atmosphere and yummy food, sign me up!

Terra Heck said...

Places like that are my favorite to eat. The food looks delicious and the environment looks homey. Not entering the giveaway; just leaving a comment.

Christy Maurer said...

Oh, I wish I lived close enough to eat there! That pecan ball makes me drool! All the food looks so good and the ambiance is great :)

Chrissy Mazzocchi said...

This looks like a nice place with a homey touch to it!

Yvonne Roga said...

You had me at Pecan Ball. I looooove it.

Celebrity VIP Lounge said...

That looks so good. I would definitely put this on my list if I make it to that area. Amber N

Tonya @ The Traveling Praters said...

The build your own ice cream for kids is brilliant! What a great idea.

Jeff Wise said...

Looks like a great place to eat! Perfect for large parties or small gatherings!

Lesley said...

Wow, you're pictures are what really make me wish I was there in person right now.

Tim Ward said...

Looks like a nice place to visit, small towns are always cool.

Leelo R said...

Everything looks so delicious!

LifeAsAConvert said...

Staycations are great. Lets you experience stuff you might not have otherwise.

Debbie Picard said...

This looks like a nice cosey place to eat!

Sweepster said...

Whhat a lovely restaurant! Seems like it hasn't changed since it opened!

Jhoveleen David said...

The food looks delicious! And the place is inviting.

Katie said...

I would love to try the Pecan Crusted Chicken

Lynne Schroeder said...

Looks like a place with charm and great food as well

Nichole Arnold said...

I wish I lived near there! The food looks excellent and the atmosphere adorable!

Melissa said...

I love that their food is fresh daily. I'll take one of everything please!

Chrissy Mazzocchi said...

It looks like amazing food and fresh food at that!

kat b said...

Wow that looks like an amazing place! If I'm ever in the area I will definitely be eating there! The food looks great!

Rae said...

That's great! I am from MI too and our state really does have a lot to offer as a tourist destination :)

Kristal Deane said...
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Kristal Deane said...

Oh my! That spinach and ricotta ravioli looks too good for words. Too bad it's not available in my area. :(

Chubskulit Rose said...

Wow if they have been around for all that years, that says a lot of their services and food being served!

Alexandra Young said...

I love finding local places to eat that have good food, good service, and are unique. It looks like you guys had a wonderful meal.

Jay said...

I learned that it's been open since 1909!

commonsenseandstilettos@yahoo.com

Greta said...

Schulers Restaurant looks fantastic! I wish there was somewhere like that near me.

Lisa Voyce said...

The FILET OF BLACK ANGUS BEEF TENDERLOIN looks fantastic.

Christine Jessamine said...

i love that they do catering services

Amy Conyers said...

I love the fact that the restaurant is over 100 years old! That tells you something when a restaurant lasts that long!

sarah shih said...

ive never been there and would love to try it

Peggy Rydzewski said...

Schuler’s attributes its longevity to the foresight of our founder and the succeeding family members who have used their entrepreneurial skills to build a 100-year tradition of hospitality and fine dining.

MizVickik said...

I learned that fans of Dark Horse Brewing Co.’s beers are used to seeing the crew working at their expanding brewery. S

rjcqh said...

I really like the sound of the flourless chocolate torte for dessert.

Susan Smoaks said...

i am excited about the build your own sundae!