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A magnificent 1900 train station that welcomed the likes of President Roosevelt, Maxfield Parish, JD Salinger, Maxwell Perkins and many more prominent historical figures. Now it's the place to be in the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. The menu has everything you are looking for, steak, pastas, seafood, and burgers. The Barroom hosts 10 taps constantly rotating the greatest beers you can drink in Vermont. Professionally prepared craft cocktails featuring local Vermont spirits. Live music 4 nights a week have entertained us with talented musicians from all over the world. We hope to meet you soon. Cheers!
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Takeout
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I'm a local who goes to "The Station" about once every couple of months to enjoy my partner's company with a nice atmosphere on the bar side (right-hand door). We get their shortly after they open to ensure a seat at the bar. Wednesday nights...More
The Windsor Station turned out to be the perfect spot for us for dinner on a recent wintry night. The old railroad station with wood beams and high ceilings was warm and comfortable, with a kind of rocking folk scene in the bar but we...More
We have eaten here many times over the years but it struck me this time how much better this restaurant is than many that we frequent. It was so good that we are going back again this week for exactly the same meals
I've eaten here a number of times over the past several years, and this happens to be where I first met my girlfriend. The food is consistently great; portions are filling, the ambiance is wonderful, and the service is very good. I love the tiramisu....More
This is an “off-the-beaten-path” place in a town that itself feels a bit “off the grid,” at least to someone new to the area. Vermont feels much more like it is held together by a network of little towns than where I live (with some...More
We were in town for the weekend, attending a wedding nearby. Windsor Station was recommended by our innkeeper and it was worth the trip! We had very tasty cocktails to start. The Lawn Tea combined two of my favorite tastes, strawberry and rhubarb. The bread...More
Had dinner here last night based on a recommendation from the owners of Fat Sheep Farm where we were staying. Great service and great food. The service was attentive AND perfectly paced, and we enjoyed all of our meals. Amazing prices for the quality of...More
Thank you to the people who reclaimed a historic building, maintained the atmosphere and gave us a restaurant. The menu is eclectic. Spaghetti and meatballs should be a staple but in this case the meatballs were very large, not tasty and overcooked. The softshell sandwich...More