Breakfast . Lunch . Dinner
Welcome to The Marsh Restaurant… A perfect place to begin your day, swing by for lunch, or linger over dinner. Gather with friends, meet colleagues or treat yourself to a quiet moment overlooking the protected wetlands that inspired our name. Deliciously wholesome food, welcoming service, a peaceful space and an inspiring view.
Three Ways to Dine with Us…
Private Events & Meetings in the Moon Terrace...
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 Tom Dalum at email@example.com.
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Wednesday, 02/26/2020 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Music on The Marsh features The Chris Holtmeier Trio, smooth jazz with a blend of original and cover tunes. Enjoy delicious appetizers and special wine promotions.
Inside The Marsh News
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