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403 Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
The History of the Roscoe Hotel - c.1856
This canal era hotel was built by Arnold Medbery to replace the earlier, wood-framed hotel (built c. 1832) that burned. The hotel was a stagecoach stop and thought to been used on the Underground Railroad. It had businesses on the ground floor and sleeping rooms above, as well as a ballroom on the 3rd floor.
Today, housed in the back of this historical building, is Café at Medbery. A gourmet deli, Medbery Marketplace, is in the front. This is a great spot for lunch or an afternoon snack. Be sure to try their delicious Velvet Ice Cream!
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