The Station House is a Port Chester landmark since 1890, now this historical building is constantly on the attract crowds with coal-fired pizza, inspired cocktails, craft beers and all the American classics everyone loves.
Step back in its history with antique brass fixtures, tiered chandeliers, meticulous millwork and exposed brick, all which have been polished to be presentable while still preserving the historical integrity from the old railroad station. The sunshine beige tones, rich red banquette and vintage taupe drapes frame the dining space to create a calm atmosphere that may go from silent to buzzing inside a New York minute when crowds spill set for a taste from the Station House's best coal fired pizzas and much more.
Try from clam and bacon, margherita, Cajun shrimp, classic pepperoni, chicken pesto, four cheese and much more coal fired pizzas. The coal fired wings are also a must try and come in 2 flavors, thyme and lemon and roasted buffalo. Now for the snacks and starters, an area of expertise of the house includes the roasted blue point oysters with verjus beurre blanc that melts in your mouth. Or try the charcuterie board consisting of prosciutto, capicola, soppresata, speck, roasted almonds and crostini, that's perfect for sharing with family and friends. You cannot go wrong with the crab and artichoke dip or mama's meatballs either.
For salads, they have classics with a twist such as kale Caesar, arugula, summer asparagus and sugar snaps along with the signature station salad, including baby spinach, beets, gorgonzola, walnuts, granny smith apples and house vinaigrette. Be sure to try a baked pasta or entrée just like a classic mac and cheese or baked rigatoni and half chicken with baby potatoes, rainbow carrots and wilted kale for any homey dish.
The Station Home is sometimes known for its house drinks including the pineapple express, New Haven Bound and PC to Manhattan, which add a play on words to create a witty drinks menu. If you were looking for something refined, there is always wine by the glass or bottle from world renowned regions as well as draft beers, ciders and spirits for any more relaxed evening.