New spot for craft cocktails, small plates taking over 40-year home of iconic Grandview restaurant

Jack McLaughlin

After 37 years of serving the Grandview community, the popular restaurant and bar Marshall’s closed its door for good last June.

And now, more than six months later, a new concept is taking over part of Marshall’s former home.

Grand Tavern, a new concept, will be opening inside the former bar section of Marshall’s. According to owner Andrea Spence, the 2,500 square foot space will be used to serve craft cocktails and small plates, in addition to “high-end beer, and a nice selection of wine.”


“I am thrilled that I found such an amazing space. I have been looking for years, but this is such a great location, and I feel really lucky that Matt [Marshall] ended up selling the bar to me,” Spence said.

The new owner of Marshall’s bar space will be “refreshing” several sections of the building, and plans to open in 60 to 90 days.

The remaining 3,000 square feet of the longtime Grandview spot, referred to as “the restaurant side,” is still available for a restaurant or food concept. It boasts a full kitchen with pizza ovens, a walk-in coolers and space for 90 patrons.

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