Saturday, October 31, 2015

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween from the Red Coach Inn!

Do you have any favorite ways to spend Halloween? Trick or treating with the family? Dressing up and going to Halloween parties? Or maybe spending the night at a honeymoon suite... where a bride was bludgeoned to death by her husband?

Explore the spooky side of the Red Coach Inn! We were featured in WGRZ Channel 2's Daybreak Haunts series and Time Warner Cable News's Haunts 2015 series.

Watch them through these links--hold on to your seats and get ready to be spooked!



Our Victoria suite can be booked through our website www.redcoach.com or by calling the inn directly at 716-282-1459.


Sunday, October 18, 2015

Restaurant Week Menu (October 19-25)

Join us as Red Coach Inn participates again in Western New York's Local Restaurant Week!



Here is our Restaurant Week Menu:

Choose one appetizer, one entrée, and one dessert for only $20.15

Appetizer:
Soup Du Jour - Cup of Featured Soup of the Day
Cranberry Pecan Salad - Dried Cranberries, Pecans, Slice Red Onion, Feta Cheese and Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressing over Mixed Salad Greens
Southwestern Stuffed Avocado - Ripe Avocado Half Stuffed with a Zesty Mixture of Corn, Black Beans, Red Onion and Diced Tomatoes

Entrées:
Vegetable Pasta Bake - Baked Zucchini, Yellow Squash, Mushrooms, Roasted Peppers and Penne Rigate Pasta in Marinara Sauce Topped with Mozzarella Cheese
Dijon Crusted Pork Loin - Pan Seared Center Cut Pork Loin with a Dijon Rosemary Rub and Herb Bread Crumbs, Served with Smashed Potatoes and Garlic Green Beans
Chicken Saltimbocca - Pan Seared Boneless Chicken Breast Topped with Fresh Sage, Thinly Sliced Prosciutto and Lemon Chardonnay Butter Sauce, Served with Mushroom Risotto and Seasonal Vegetable Medley

Desserts:
Creme Brulee - Cherry Creme Brulee, Caramelized Sugar and Whipped Cream
Bread Pudding - Orange Zest and Cranberry Bread Pudding with Vanilla Cream Sauce and Whipped Cream

What are you waiting for? Call and reserve your table today!
716-282-1459

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Breakfast at the Red Coach Inn

Did you know that our restaurant is open the whole day--from breakfast to dinner?
Our hotel guests get a free made-to-order breakfast each morning of their stay. Aside from our hotel guests, everyday, we serve a lot of visitors that are looking to get a bite to eat before they start their adventure at Niagara Falls.

A few of our guests' favorites are the Crab Omelette, Salmon Benedict, and the Creme Brulee French Toast. Many of our guests rave about how comforting the food is and how big the portions are. 



Check out our breakfast menu and come and visit us to taste what our guests are talking about!

Red Coach Inn Breakfast Menu: http://www.redcoach.com/Breakfast-menu.html

Monday, October 5, 2015

Tips for the Start of Colder Season

Fall is here and winter is coming soon. The past week has been significantly colder and chillier! If you are visiting Niagara Falls, make sure that you are prepared for whatever weather it may be. Here are a few tips from the Red Coach Inn:

1. Check the weather forecast. This will help you plan out what to wear, what to bring, and what to do during your stay in the area.

2. Wear proper clothing. A lot of people do not realize, but it becomes a little colder as you get closer to the falls. So after checking the weather forecast, make sure you prepare proper clothing to bring. Raining? Bring a raincoat. Chilly? Bring your favorite fleece jacket.

4. Bring your walking shoes. Complete your proper clothing with comfortable walking shoes. Although there are trolleys available in the park, expect to still do a lot of walking. This is the best way to explore Niagara Falls.

5. Plan out all the attractions you want to see. As the fall and winter season come in, hours for different attractions change. Make sure you do the ones that will close earlier and take more time.

6. Prepare to be wet. It's a waterfall after all! The mist that goes up to the air surely makes everyone a little bit wet, but doing the major attractions like the Maid of the Mist and the Cave of the Winds is definitely and literally a splash!

7. Bring your passport, It is relatively easy to visit the falls on both the American side and the Canadian side. Just make sure you bring your passport, and if you need a visa, get one! You can either walk or drive to cross over to Canada.

These are just a few tips for everyone who wants to visit Niagara Falls soon! One last tip though, it is important that you find a great place to stay and feel at home at. The Red Coach Inn welcomes everyone who wants to find comfort and good food after a long day exploring the area. Our staff works hard to provide the best quality of service we can offer. Come and dine with us by reserving a table, or come and stay with us by booking one of our deluxe guest rooms or suites. Visit our website at www.redcoach.com or call us directly at 716-282-1459.

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