Café Marchand Now Open!

The Westmoreland is pleased to announce our new café! Named after our visionary founder Mary Marchand Woods, Café Marchand offers a variety of savory and sweet treats. Our culinary partner is the renowned French Express, with Chef Christophe Fichet and Executive Sous Chef Nicolas Grunewald. Café Marchand features walk-up coffee, wine and beer service along with a variety of other craft beverages. The rotating seasonal menu includes hot soups, quiches, freshly prepared foods, pastries and snacks with locally sourced farm-to-table ingredients. Guests can find seating throughout our entire first floor and, weather permitting, on the Museum’s terrace with spectacular views of downtown Greensburg.

Hours of operation for the café are during the Museum’s regular hours: 11am -7pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and 10am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Holiday Café Nights

Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the season during our Holiday Café Nights. Join us at Café Marchand for our last Holiday Café Night on Wednesday, Dec. 18! Enjoy our café’s hot chocolate bar and other seasonal menu items. While you’re here, tackle that holiday shopping list with special discounts in the Museum Shop and so much more!

Performances:
Wednesday, December 18

  • 5-6pm Greensburg Salem School Band
  • 6-7pm Jacian Blaze

Jennifer McGuiggan Book Signing – Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: A Visual History
Jennifer McGuiggan, one of the authors of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: A Visual History will be at the Museum Shop during our Holiday Café Night on Dec. 18!

Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: A Visual History offers an unprecedented look into the beloved television show from Fred Rogers Productions with never-before-seen photographs and original interviews with cast and crew, and explores the show’s journey from its humble beginnings to the new film, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

There will be a limited amount of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: A Visual History available for purchase.