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"All the parts are there, but everything seems a little askew" at The Coachman, where cocktails "excel" but "the execution of much of the menu can be uneven." For every winner, like a "fresh, meaty" blood sausage or top-notch clams and mussels, there are some missteps like salt-cod fritters and cured halibut both "so salty as to be inedible," "gray" prime rib, and chicken breast "nearly raw in the center." Bauer thinks "The Coachman is still searching for an identity...the menu and the vibe aren't cohesive." Two stars. [Chron]

The Coachman

1148 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 415-813-1701

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