BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV)- Katie was live at the new Coaches Burgers in Boardman.Read Full Article
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – Coaches Burger Bar in Boardman opened its doors on Wednesday.
It is located on Route 224 near West Boulevard, next to Plaza Donuts.
The burger joint, which also offers shakes, salads and sandwiches, is the third location for the chain.
Coaches is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.Read Full Article
POLAND, Ohio – Coaches Burger Bar will open its first two franchise locations in the coming months.
The restaurant is under construction at 714 Boardman-Canfield Road in Boardman, according to a news release. The Boardman location is expected to open sometime in June.
“My vision has always been to grow,” co-owner Patrick Howlett says. “I believe we’ll hire the right people to do the right things and do a good job.”Read Full Article
“The operator of a Poland burger bar says steady sales growth and a loyal customer base are behind a decision to open more Valley locations later this year. Coaches Burger Bar plans to open new a restaurant at 714 Boardman-Canfield Road in Boardman. The new restaurant is under construction…Read Full Article
The Champ declares Coaches a real contender, and we agree.
The Champ is Boxing Hall of Famer and Youngstown’s favorite son Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini, and the contender is the burger at Coaches Burger Bar.
This month’s burger review selection came from the Champ himself. He eats there often, and we couldn’t resist an opportunity to sit down with Ray, talk boxing and Youngstown while enjoying a great burger.
Coaches is a sports bar for the entire family. There is local and national sports memorabilia adorning the walls, and when you walk in you first notice the wrap-around wooden bar with TVs positioned all around so you don’t miss any action from the big games.
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POLAND, Ohio – With the opening of Coaches Burger Bar at Five Points, Patrick Howlett and Stacy Sam have tried to bring the taste and feel of a big city burger restaurant to the Mahoning Valley
The co-owners, Howlett and Sam, cut the ribbon to officially open their 3,000-square-foot restaurant on Springfield Road Monday morning.
“I’m a big fan of all the burger bars that have been popping up in the big cities and what they’re doing,” Howlett said. “I wanted to bring that back to the Valley and make it special for everybody.”Read Full Article