Our History

Where We Started

Marshall’s Tavern was originally opened in 1903 by a couple with the last name Marshall. Half of the building was a bar and the other half was a grocery store.

One of the owners, J.P. Marshall, was the first assistant fire chief, as well as being one of the original firefighters with PFD .

In the 1950’s firefighters were notified by siren or one of the ten main phones throughout the city – Marshall’s Tavern being one of the central phones.

After that it became a steakhouse – and after that it became “Player’s” – a local billiard parlor.

When it was purchased in November, 2015, there was no question about renaming it Marshall’s.

Where We Are

From our original Pflugerville location to our locations in Austin, Corsicana, Conroe, and Taylor along with Grumpy's Saloon and Edge of Town Saloon, Marshall’s Tavern has always been a local saloon – a great local meeting place and hangout and we’re looking for that to continue!

Join us at Marshall’s Tavern for good times and good drinks!