Six of us stopped in while in the area to visit some other places, and it suited us just fine. The premise of being in a converted train station isn't lost...there are three rooms for seating, none particularly large, and each with a theme related to former uses of the building parts. The menu borders on diner fare, but has nice additions that also relate to the history (Sloppy Hobo, Nickel Plate that wasn't a nickel, but I can get over that). All of the food felt nice and homemade, made-from-scratch. Servings were a good size, and while we planned on getting an appetizer, we ended up being glad we forgot to order it because we had more food than we could eat. The service was quick and friendly - always a plus!
Also worth noting that there are daily specials for lunch and dinner. Dinner appears to be on a schedule (Chicken and Waffles every Wednesday, for example...that was a delish plate of comfort food there), and there's a homemade soup every day, too. It's the kind of place I'd go to once a month or so if I didn't live so far away.
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