Red Coach is open from 11-3 weekdays, and they take cash only. A minimum order is $5.
The menu is unexceptional: burgers start at $4.50, ala carte, and go up to $9.25. Cheese is an option, as is bacon.
Sandwiches ($6.50) include a BLT, grilled cheese, grilled tuna & cheese, and a grilled tuna. They come with fries.
There's a chili plate or a sloppy joe for $7.25, or a dinner salad with tuna and cheese for $5.75. And there are sides of fries, side salad, and chili ($3-$4).
All drinks are $1.50, other than the milkshakes ($4/$6).
So let's talk about lunch. While we've had the BLT on occasion, this time, we got cheeseburgers. You can get it with bacon—we did. Don't get uppity though -- there's only one kind of cheese. The burger comes on a pillowy bun with krinkle cut fries.
There is something so delightful about this place. It's not cheap (a bacon cheeseburger is $8.00), and as they only take cash, not always so easy, and the food is not by any stretch of the imagination gourmet. Maybe it's the table service, or the sea of maroon vinyl, or the strange enclosed garden out the window, maybe it's the homemade shakes, or maybe it's the fact that it's so insanely fast. I timed it; 6 minutes between ordering, and having a cheeseburger of my own. Anyways, it's great in an anti-bistro burger sort of way.