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Coach's is Back!

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Coach's is re-opening at the site of Sally's Fish Camp on Ann Uccello Street.

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Coach's is re-opening at the site of Sally's Fish Camp on Ann Uccello Street.

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The last owners of the original Coaches sold to the guys who turned it into a Black Bear Saloon. Then the same guys who sold Coaches bought Sally's and are making that a new Coaches.

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Yes it is, in one of the most beautiful buildings in Hartford. I miss Pastis.

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I don't think it's an odd location at all. Right across the street from an arena is a great place for a sports bar. It will improve their business before and after sporting events.

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I don't think it's an odd location at all. Right across the street from an arena is a great place for a sports bar. It will improve their business before and after sporting events.

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Yes it is, in one of the most beautiful buildings in Hartford. I miss Pastis.

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That building really is beautiful. And there are a few more in the area like the Black Bear Saloon Building, the Lewtan Building, Union Station, etc.

The city should really come up with a plan to develop the whole area from Bushnell Park to Church St and the XL Center to the train station into a neighborhood of bars, clubs, restaurants and funky boutiques. As is the case in much of downtown, there are far too many parking lots disrupting the streetscape. In the last 15 years or so, The Hilton on Bushnell Park, The Adajian Building on Asylum, two random buildings on Pearl, the old bus station on Ann, and a row of buildings on Union Place from Asylum to Allyn have all been demolished for parking lots.

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The city needs to change the tax laws. They give tax break for empty lots. This encourages folks to NOT build. This should change. Downtown Hartford is a perfect example of tax incentives driving lack of development. It is beyond stupid.

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We need the split tax rate that would tax vacant lots at a higher percentage than developed ones. Some of us have been saying this for years.

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I don't think it's an odd location at all. Right across the street from an arena is a great place for a sports bar. It will improve their business before and after sporting events.

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We need the split tax rate that would tax vacant lots at a higher percentage than developed ones. Some of us have been saying this for years.

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We need the split tax rate that would tax vacant lots at a higher percentage than developed ones. Some of us have been saying this for years.

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