the Warwick Red Coach Grill opened on January 5, 1971 it was the
26th in the chain of upscale eateries. The unit was built based
on the Braintree
Red Coach design, but with a few modifications. Purposefully
designed inside and out, the restaurant was meant to "achieve
a strong Red Coach identity."
decor was anchored by a huge fieldstone fireplace, and dining rooms
featured oak-paneled walls with beamed ceilings. Walls were decorated
with antique signs and pewter plates which were said to "create
the intimate atmosphere of a Colonial Inn." Rounding out the
luxury restaurant's interior were oak tables and red captains chairs
in the dining rooms. Apparently never offering a Lightfoot's disco,
Warwick did have a Tally Ho Lounge.