Closed Restaurants >> Windsor Station Pub (Windsor)
Windsor Station Pub [CLOSED]
***** (4 stars, based on 5 reviews)
27 Depot Avenue, Windsor, VT 05089
The Windsor Station Pub was an American restaurant in Windsor, VT, that Boston's Hidden Restaurants had not reviewed, but was considered a restaurant of interest by this Web site.
Cost: moderately expensive
Location: Central Vermont
One Reason to Go: historic building
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*****ses from Cornish, NH, says:
I had the Terras Major steak and it was tough and chewy, but edible. My husband had the Seared Sea Scallops. They were overcooked and rubbery, and the risotto was mushy. Guess we should have tried the hamburgers or fish and chips. Maybe next time.
(Posted on 9/4/10)
*****Jake from Lebanon, NH, says:
The best food I've had in a while; lots of beer and good deals. I had a good time. Eating in Lebanon will be disappointing after this.
(Posted on 9/23/09)
*****Kim from Dublin, OH, says:
Since this restaurant has been taken over by a new owner, the fare is mediocre at best. It is edible but worth paying for? Nope. They have a lot of beer...but if you are hungry you will find yourself wishing you could hop right on the train you hear rumbling by. It has great character but the food was quite overpriced and bland.
(Posted on 8/30/09)
*****GH from Somerville, MA, says:
Really enjoyed this historic building. The pub fare was great - hand cut fries and these cool onion rings served on a rail spike. We all had burgers and fish and chips, and it was great!
(Posted on 5/4/09)
*****Nick from New York City, NY, says:
Excellent service, wonderful old rail building with a pub atmosphere on one side and a nice dining room on the other. Food was great; the place is just unique and cool.
(Posted on 10/14/08)