The Coach House Tavern & Grille, located in Hamilton, opened as a members-only setting, but now the public can enjoy this unique dining experience as well.
“The Coach House Tavern & Grille was established in 2002, carrying on the membership tradition of the Hamilton City Club while providing a quality dining option on the west side of Hamilton. After more than a decade of serving as a members-only dining destination, in 2016, The Coach House shifted its membership model,” Katie Wright, media relation for The Coach House says. “Today we welcome all diners, but offer a membership that provides valuable perks — including food and drink incentives —for those who dine with us.”
The Coach House is unique because they boast an Executive Chef with extensive high-end culinary experience. “The Coach House’s Executive Chef Jared Whalen honed his culinary skills in some of the top restaurants in Cincinnati under Chef Jean-Robert de Cavel. After working with Chef Jean-Robert for more than a decade, Chef Whalen decided to return to his hometown to be part of Hamilton’s revitalization,” says Wright.
The menu at The Coach House changes usually depending on the season. “The frequently changing menu features fresh, locally-sourced ingredients carefully crafted into dishes that bring a downtown dining experience closer to home,” says Wright.
Dishes that will be presented on the menu for spring and summer are: Asian crawfish with carrot, garlic, yellow pepper, broccoli, and black soba noodles, roasted asparagus and spinach salad; veal ravioli; and lemon-berry Napoleon. Also, for brunch: creamy stuffed French toast and Eggs Benedict. The Coach House predicts these to be quick favorites preferred by customers.
A signature drink on The Coach House menu is The Centennial which is a cocktail. This cocktail includes Bulliet Rye Whiskey, Disaronno Amaretto, house-made simple syrup and orange bitters.
“The Coach House creates a downtown dining experience closer to home. Located in Hamilton Ohio, guests can enjoy their meals in a welcoming atmosphere near a roaring fireplace in the winter or on a breezy patio on a warm summer’s night. Its seasonal menu, featuring creatively combined classic dishes with delicious twists, along with its impressive selection of craft beers and wines rival the best restaurants in Cincinnati,” says Wright.
Wright says they’re celebrating moms in style this year at The Coach House with a Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet. Seatings are at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm and pricing is $32 per person. Children 10 and under are $12 a person.
The Coach House is open:
- Tuesday, 11 am- 9 pm
- Wednesday, 11 am- 9 pm
- Thursday, 11 am- 9 pm
- Friday, 11 am- 10 pm
- Saturday, 11 am- 10 pm
- Sunday brunch, 10 am- 2 pm
To learn more, visit http://coachhousetavern.com/ or call (513)-856-7899.