This restaurant is no longer open in Mexico, MO. It was sold and the new owners closed the restaurant after a very short time.
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Made a special trip to Mexico to get a Coach's Pizza only to find it had closed and the building for rent.
New owners sometimes means as good, or new owner goes in and cheapens up on everything. Not so here. The previous staff were primarily unsupervised kids. Poor service, cheaper ingredients, and poor taste, even inconsistent. Since new owners, awesome pizza, fresh ingredients, generous portions, great service and great delivery. All put together equals AWESOME PIZZA.
I had pizza and he has a calzone. We both were happy with our meals and they serve PEPSI!!! They have changed owners since our visit but I don't think they changed anything.
Ordered a couple of pizzas the other day and it was taking a little longer than usual and when he brought the pizza to the table he also refunded my money. I had not complained. This to me is great customer service. The pizza was delicious also. I will return!!
No longer operated under the banner of "Coach's"... This Mexico Pizza place on South Washington (near the square) offers the best made to order em-em-tasty pizza in our neck of the woods. Our favorite being the "Amore Roma" with Pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms & black olives. I recommend passing on the limited buffet offerings, except for a salad and ordering... More
Got a calzone and a salad to go. Service was good. Made it back to the hotel and found that the calzone had been sliced in half and sauce was leaking through the box. That kind of sucked, but the calzone was delicious. It had more sauce than I think it should have had, but it was yummy. Salad was... More
Was cozy and comfortable and the food was good and well-priced. We went to this restaurant after our intended destination across the street was closed for lunch.
Coach's is pretty awesome. It is probably best known for pizza, but the sandwiches and calzones cannot be overlooked. All of the dough/bread is handmade and you can definitely tell!
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