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From Our Editors
The stately gold letters distinguishing Sullivan Station Restaurant loom above a bold red door flanked by mint-and-cream paneling, standing as a handsome vestige of the restaurant's former life as the Lee Depot. Inside the 65-seat dining room, prime-cut pork chops, pastas, and sandwiches adorn striped tabletops amid rustic wood-paneled walls and vintage photographs. Outside, a striped awning shades a quaint back deck, where meals can be savored in the sunshine during the summer months. Lunchtime diners can witness the Berkshire Scenic Railway make its regular stops at the depot and even hop aboard for a picturesque postmeal jaunt or to jump-start a career as a lovable railroad vagabond.