This is a lovely old inn that we'd been meaning to try for years. But it wasn't a great experience. Interior: warm wood interior but with random textiles tacked to the walls with plastic pushpins; dirty curtains covering a doorway with bugs and things collecting along the sill. The menu: odd, limited, expensive. Our water was served in dirty glass jars. A mix of fairly sophisticated classics like strip steak with imaginative sounding sides along with a middle eastern and vegan, but then a hamburger plate and fish tacos. We opted for the fish tacos which were ok. They were 3, not generously stuffed with a single small fried piece of fish and a bland slaw, which came with a tasty hot salsa and just over a thimbleful of lukewarm black beans. We had no drinks or other items from the menu. With tip and tax, $27 for each meal. One staff seemed rather distracted. We came away with a confused feeling about what the Stagecoach is trying to do here and it gives the impression of struggling with its identity.
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