Downtown Marshall is know for two things, at least to the tourists, its restaurants and antique shops. The Statecoach almost fits into both categories since it doesn't look much different now than it did during the 1800's when it was a stagecoach stop for the Chicago-Detroit Pike. The food is probably a lot better now and the stage lines long since stopped making the runs between the cities. However, do not be fooled, this is a bar/restaurant and the quality of the food and service is equal to any such establishment in any town between the cities.
There burgers are great, as are most bar-burgers and the sides are good but can be a little greasy at times. The place really packs the people in on weekends and when there is one of the many downtown festivals or events going on. But, if you get in early in the evening, you will get a seat and the service will be better.
Among the more modern fixtures are flat screen TVs with a variety of sports programs on each. We have been there many times over the years and have enjoyed all but once or twice and it was during those peak times when the place was full!!
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