Our Story

Located in the historic Indiana town of Marshall, home of the Marshall Arch, a family set out in October 2011 to transform a building which formerly housed a Massey Harris tractor implement store, The Marshall Hardware store, and later a print shop into their dream of a family restaurant.  The building has been remodeled and a state of the art kitchen added.  Much of the historic building has been kept in its original state.  Throughout the dining room, hanging above the black and white checkered tables, are lights made from maple syrup buckets and old mason jars.  These were all made by owner Marc Myers.  Handmade booths are located on one side of the restaurant to give that cozy feeling.  Many family heirlooms and wood working talents are displayed throughout the restaurant.  Even the original Marshall Hardware sign is hanging on one wall.  All the remodeling in the building was completed by Marc  and his father Larry, a talented woodworker.  In the kitchen the other two owners; Susan, who is Marc's wife and Lori Brown who is Susan's sister, operate with many years of experience in the food industry.  The two of them create the delicious items served in the restaurant.  The Arch Burger, named after the historic Marshall Arch, has become a signature sandwich.  The sisters are also known for their delicious fried chicken, catfish, beef manhattans,   hand breaded tenderloins, and chili voted "Best in the Wabash Valley" by WTHI Channel 10 News.  The little town of Marshall is a crowded spot on Friday evenings when the restaurant is serving up their catfish buffet.  On Sunday at Under The Arch, many families gather like the old days and enjoy a wonderful buffet with homemade food just like Grandma used to make.  A gift shop is located at the front of the restaurant features the talents of local crafters and the Myers Family Fudge which Marc and Susan also own and operate during the Covered Bridge Festival in downtown Rockville under the big tent. 


The Under The Arch family personally invites visitors of Parke County as well as locals to come relax, enjoy the rustic country environment and savor a delicious meal.