Marfield’s roots began back in 1889 as a carriage house for the Ward Mansion. In 1910 the building was converted into a neighborhood tavern called Esplanade Tavern opened its “doors” with two separate entrances, one for the non-drinking patrons and one for the imbibers. The building became a diner in the 1940's. Marfield's Irish Pub features a handcrafted bar, copper table tops, and unique wall décor enticing a new generation to eat, drink, and be merry within these walls. Eventually Irish Pub Grub found its way on the menu along with the fun and lively atmosphere that anything Irish brings with it. The friends, characters, and customers of Marfield’s have shaped the carraige house of yesteryear into the fun and friendly atmosphere that you find here today. Of course the beer has helped too! With great food comes great beer!