Very good. Nice atmosphere. Sit by the fire place. Very good food. Try the steak and potatoes. Had a wonderful birthday dinner with family and friends. Everyone loved it
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We went the other night and won't be going back. It's the same old place. It's still a big old, noisy train station. The food is terrible. My wife loves artichokes so she ordered that as an app. It had no taste and was soft....More
so glad to learn this place has closed,the cocktails were badly prepared,bartender couldn't care less,front of house incompetent,food was an insult to my wallet.
What they've done with the old train station is really cool. It's a beautiful setting and its setup as a high end restaurant. The service is excellent as well. All that said, for what it's meant to be and for the prices they charge, the...More
Can't understand why it closed unless prices were too high. The atmosphere was very elegant. Had only been several times. Was in old train station.
The room is beautiful, a lovingly restored train station. This is a place I have visited often, both the bar and restaurant portion. The food is very good, but is overpriced with regards to its relatively straightforward preparation and presentation. The beer selection is decent,...More
The decor was just beautiful - very classy yet modern. A great ambiance. There were very few patrons for dinner on a Sunday night. Service was not as good as I thought it would be for so few tables, but it wasn't bad. Food was...More
liked;the best hamburgers in the area. the fish and chips are a delight. disliked; martinis in squat glasses. could be noisy on the weekends.
Great setup-real train station And the food for the most part was good BUT, you need to get you meal in some sort of reasonable time Mother's Day, not crazy busy, and yet it took 45 minutes for entrees to arrive after appetizers were done...More