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On a recent Sunday, there were families in the lounge and dining area, 20-somethings on the tall tables in the bar area plus friends and couples of all ages throughout.


With a much larger kitchen than their Phoenix restaurant, Stoltz says they expanded their already “way-above-bar-food” menu with specials such as Saturday’s prime rib steak dinner for $15 or Wednesday pasta and Thursday pizza dinner specials at $30 for two really hungry people. Burger Monday features a half-pound of beef on a bun with a side of fries for $7. Check the website for more specials.


The lobster bisque with chunks of seafood is a signature dish. A big cup with a salad is one of the $7 lunch specials served Monday through Friday. Buffalo chicken wraps and hot, spicy turkey diablo sandwiches are also fan favorites. Try the Italian nachos made from deep-fried, homemade pizza dough topped with mild marinara, onions, black olives, a whisper of sausage or pepperoni covered in melted mozzarella cheese. The jalapeno sliders are thick, tasty and juicy. Happy hour is 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and midnight to close Sunday through Thursday, featuring $3 domestic bottles, 14-ounce drafts, house wine and spirits plus $4 imports and $5 on select appetizers.


Stoltz says a grand opening is planned soon. Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, Coach & Willie’s is located at 1 E. Boston St. on the southeast corner at Arizona Avenue in Chandler. Call 480-776-6240 or visit www.coachandwillies.com.


Joan Westlake is a longtime journalist and East Valley resident. She can be reached at Joan@SanTanSun.com.


Neighbors


www.SanTanSun.com Feedback sought on


bus service changes SanTan Sun bus riders can have a say on the area’s proposed reductions in bus service by attending the following public hearings: • 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Tue., July 12 at Mesa City Plaza Building, 20 E. Main St., Room 170, Mesa


• 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tue., Aug. 2 at Chandler City Council Chambers, 88 E. Chicago St., downtown Chandler


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PIECE ‘O PIZZA: Justin Randolph, a pizza chef at Coach & Willie’s, prepares another pie from the eatery’s pizza menu that features 12 choices.


Quik Bite Coach & Willie’s


Historic Downtown Chandler SE corner of Boston & Arizona Ave 480-776-6240


DOWNTOWN CHANDLER


BOSTON


• 5 to 7 p.m. Wed., Aug. 3 at Desert Breeze Police Substation, 251 N. Desert Breeze Blvd., Chandler According to the City, the proposed changes with possible reductions in service hours, the frequency or days of service and the potential elimination of bus routes come as a result of a decline in regional sales tax revenues and are set to take effect in January 2012. Representatives from the City and Valley Metro will be present at the meetings. Final recommendations will be presented to the Chandler Transportation Commission on Aug. 11 and the Chandler City Council on Aug. 18. A list of possible service reductions can be found at www.chandleraz.gov/transit, along with an online comment form. The public can also provide input by emailing the City’s Transit Office at transit@chandleraz.gov.


No-fee diabetes seminar


A free workshop on “The Uncommon Cure for Diabetes” is hosted by SanTan Natural Medicine of Chandler from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wed., Aug. 3 at Noah’s multiuse facility in Chandler.


Noah’s is located at 2100 E. Yeager Dr. in Chandler. SanTan Natural Medicine is located at 3160 S. Gilbert Rd., Suite 5 in Chandler. For more information, call 480-636-1068 or visit www.SanTanNaturalMedicine.com.


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