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27-SEP-1953 Miami Daily News Archives

1953 - ad for the Red Coach Grill at 1455 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

Miami, Florida

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Guest 11-Apr-2020 18:44
In 1963 - 64 Always went for the Lobster Newburg...Loft Theater was almost adjacent (?) Where I saw Federico Fellini's 8 1/2 in 1964 (?)
JLS 10-Jun-2014 13:26
Correction below: (Guest "Grandniece) is correct in her answer to Susan's question.
JLS 10-Jun-2014 13:24
Susan is correct. To add to the answer, Jay Larkin passed away many years ago, later followed by the passing of Helen Larkin (Jay's mom/Jack Larkin's wife, and Jack's other son "Jackie" (John) Larkin currently lives with his wife Melanie on Big Pine Key, FL.

Signed: John (Jack) Larkin Stanton, Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Retired
I am Jack Larkin's grandson, and the son of Joseph F. Stanton (former USCG Pilot) and Hyacinth Larkin Stanton who was Jack Larkin's daughter.

This website owner, Don Boyd, knows me via many emails and some posting's here of a USCG painting by Hy, posted several years ago by me with a brief history of the painting and mention of Red Coach Grill.
Guest 19-Jan-2014 03:19
Susan - short answer is No. Howard Johnson ended up taking over the company before Uncle Jack died in 1962. Jack's grandneice.

Susan Vater 12-May-2013 22:11
Does anyone know if Jack Larkin's sons either Jack or Jay continued the business?
I'm from Wayland, Ma Susan Onufrak
ray194228-Feb-2013 00:40
Does anyone know when this Red Coach Grill first opened?
guest 18-Jan-2013 18:17
Actually the Red Coach Grills were originally owned by Jack Larkin and Howard Johnson finally acquired them through a business deal with Jack. source: Jack's grandniece...
Lee Martines (MEHS '57) 24-Oct-2010 03:38
The Red Coach Grills were upscale restaurants owned by Howard Johnson's. This one was almost across Biscayne Blvd from Sears Roebuck, and was a great way to top off a trip downtown.