The Marsh Restaurant
Offering indoor and outdoor seating
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Saturday, 8 am – 2 pm (closed Sundays)
Call 952-930-8560 for reservations or take-out.
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Delicious and wholesome food, welcoming service and a peaceful view
Now serving breakfast, lunch and dinner for indoor and outdoor dining or take-out
Offering a delicious assortment of summer dishes, snacks and refreshments for takeout or enjoying outside on the beautiful Marsh deck.
Call 952-930-8560 for reservations or to place a take-out order. Or drop by the walk-up window inside the Restaurant vestibule. Wine and beer by the glass is also available. (Charge transactions only for contactless purchasing.)
Michael Kielkucki, our new Restaurant Services Director, and Chef Dave look forward to welcoming you!
Private Events & Meetings in the Moon Terrace...
Coming soon…The Moon Terrace dining room is available by advance reservation for private dinners and also catered weekday breakfast meetings. With superb views of a 50-acre wetland preserve, the Moon Terrace is an enchanting space for your private event. Dimensions: 16’x 33’ Features: Holds up to 40 people cocktail style and 32 banquet style. For more information contact Michael Kielkucki at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Order your Thanksgiving Meal from the Restaurant today!
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