Historic. Turn back the clock to a time before Ohio had highways or railroads, when freight and passengers were transported on canals such as the Ohio and Erie Canal that connected the Ohio River and Lake Erie. A remnant of that vanished time is Roscoe Village, a restored Coshocton neighborhood clad in respectable red brick vestments. Hungry canal hands would surely appreciate the ham and bean soup, hot sandwiches and flatbreads served in this sturdy 1838 tavern with artwork that recalls the canal era. For dessert, try the deep fried s'mores or apple dumplings. After dinner, stroll over to the bar where a painting commemorates an early-19th-century event when a local tavern keeper booted future French King Louis Phillippe out of his inn. The publican and king might have been more amicable if they could have enjoyed some of the bourbon slushies that are served here today.