Schuler's Restaurant in Marshall has announced that they will temporarily close after Christmas.

During it's 112 year history, Schuler's has survived through war, depression and local tragedies. President and Owner, Sue Damron says on the Schuler's website,

While the decision to close temporarily is not easy, we recognize it is the right decision for our business in this current climate. We look forward to announcing our reopening plans to you in the coming weeks.

The Restaurant will remain open through Christmas Eve fulfilling pre-order dinners. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has banned indoor dining until January 15. Schuler's states they will use the down time to refresh their website, update the menu and select their private wine label to be released in 2021.

Damron went on to say,

As you are aware, the current MDHHS order extends the closure of Michigan restaurants and bars for indoor dining until January 15, 2021.  Due to the extensions on the order, we have decided to temporarily close until we are allowed to reopen and are positioned to operate successfully.

Schuler's has not announced when they will reopen.

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