OK, so you're in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and looking for lunch. Every restaurant in town appears to be closed because it's Monday.
Then you run upon the only place that appears to be open: the Coach House Grill. You stop in because you're hungry and, well, what are your options?
I was pleasantly surprised to find a menu that had lots of creativity baked into it: chipotle salsa, blue cheese, hummus, etc. Now, that "creativity" is a little passé for those of us who live in big cities (chipotle seasoned items peaked like 10 years ago) but remember, you're in a small tourist town.
So I had the black and bleu burger, and it was really very good. We also had the hummus, and it was clearly house-made, chunky and thick and a little under-pureed; it could've used a little more tahini but, again, that was a sign that they had made it themselves. The service was very good, and our server was very friendly and made a lot of recommendations.
We discovered on this short stay in Harpers Ferry (about 16 hours) that very few places have liquor licenses. So enjoy the beer!
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