Coach House started June 1967 on the corner of 24th and Broadway where originally was a Conoco gas station. Don Hagen and Howard Watts renovated and turned it into a restaurant Seating approximately 60 persons, specializing in breakfast, hand-cut meats with all home cooked meals.
Several years later the building next store became available. Originally it was built for the horse drawn dairy wagons for Durst Dairy that was across the street.
They completely renovated and remodeled into Coach House seating approximately 160 persons, including a counter seating. Later adding a soup and salad bar.
In the mid 70’s Howard moved to Baron’s restaurant , Dean Westerman, Terry Ascheman moved from Baron’s to Coach House. Then later Al Ebel joined them.
In the mid-eighties Shawn Iams joined them while he was in high school.
Since then Don and Dean have retired leaving Terry, Al and Shawn as current owners. In 2011/12 they completely remodeled and relocated and enlarged the Soup and salad bar.
WE still carry on the tradition of homemade foods,
Hand cut meats, fresh ground beef and sausage.
Long term employees caring on the tradition of serving our customers as an old style family restaurant.