Thursday, April 4, 2013
Marshall's Bistro restaurant in Manchester celebrated being open for almost one month with a ribbon cutting this week.
The ribbon cutting was held Tuesday at Marshall's Bistro. The new restaurant is in the old Panda Palace buidling at 17 Nationalway Shopping Center in Manchester. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner and even offers live music on the weekends. After a brief delay, the eatery opened in early March. Community members gathered Tuesday for the official ribbon cutting ceremony. READ PREVIOUS ARTICLES: Despite Delay, Marshall's Bistro in Manchester Opens Wednesday Sewer Backup Delays Marshall's Bistro Opening in Manchester Marshall's Bistro Opens Wednesday in Former Panda Palace Location MORE ABOUT MARSHALL'S BISTRO
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
A sewer pipe backup delayed last week's opening, but Marshall's Bistro opens for dinner Wednesday at the old Panda Palace location.
After a one-week delay due to a sewer pipe backup, Marshall's Bistro - a new Manchester restaurant - is set to open around 5 p.m. Wednesday at the former Panda Palace location in Manchester. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) "We're really excited," owner Nicole Marshall tells Patch. "I am so relieved, just ready for it to happen. Definitely relieved that the day is finally here." As previously reported by Patch, the new restaurant will feature dishes by chef Michael Ryan, executive chef at Lola in St. Louis. "Everything's made from scratch," Marshall explained. The restaurant will feature comfort food like spaghetti and meatballs, lamb sliders, braised short ribs and bread pudding, plus have a full bar and …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Jim and Greg Marshall are opening Wednesday; they say it's one of the ways they're supporting their 81-year-old father who has Alzheimer's.
Marshall's Bistro—a new restaurant featuring comfort food like spaghetti and meatballs, lamb sliders, braised short ribs and bread pudding—opens Wednesday in the location formerly occupied by Panda Palace. The new restaurant features dishes by chef Michael Ryan, executive chef at Lola in St. Louis, with small plates in the $8 to $10 range; entrees from $17 to $22; and pizzas from the Marshall brothers, who used to own Leaning Tower of Pizza at Grand and Bates in St. Louis before it closed years ago. Jim Marshall said he and his brother Gregg started out looking for smaller places, but the Panda Palace location had been vacant since September or October. The brothers moved in in January, saying "we can do something with this." "I was a …