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What You'll Get
Do you ever sit down at a restaurant and wonder why you aren’t eating in a train station? Well, stop. From the group that brought you The Maki Express, a bus stop-themed sushi place, comes Kingston Station—the most true-to-life train station dining experience in the Greater Boston area. Step in and you’re immediately whisked away to an evening commute. You might feel the need to fight through the horde, yelling, “Back away. I’m tired and hungry.” But it won’t be necessary. Allow the nice conductor to seat you. Can’t find a seat? Better grab a handrail—the restaurant’s foundation has been altered with a $4 million machine designed to simulate abrupt stops. So if you’re the type of person who loves eating in train stations but has yet to find the prime skirt steak button on the train station’s vending machine, keep reading. A new era in train station cuisine has arrived.
With today’s Groupon, $15 gets you $35 worth of food and drinks at Kingston Station, located at 25 Kingston St. This train station-themed restaurant/bar/cafe is near Chinatown and the Financial, Leather, and Theater districts, so it’s a great place for lunch, after work, or for weekend eats and drinks. In other words, basically anytime. Kick off your meal with the Spicy Tuna Tartare, served alongside crispy, homemade potato chips, or indulge in the Truffle Fries—house-cut french fries flavored with truffle oil and covered in melted Gruyere. When you’re ready for dinner, try the Station Burger, a hunk of beef piled high with bacon, Gruyere and a sunnyside-up egg, or the Steak Frites, a USDA Prime skirt steak coupled with herb butter and french fries. Mmm, getting hungry...must...get….Groupon.......(provided......there.........are........... decent.........online..........reviews).
The Internet has spoken. Kingston Station gets rave reviews:
- “Oh my word! I was floored with the service, food and the ambiance all together.” —goddesszeppelin2 - Citysearch
- “As Kingston Station has grown into its own, it has fit perfectly into niche unfortunately overlooked in downtown Boston: a reasonably priced, versatile, refined menu and bar for lunch, dinner, and after dinner drinks. It brings Back Bay sophistication and coolness to the space where so many of us work.” —Eric W. - Yelp
- “a refreshing addition to Bostons restaurant scene. It has the decor, food and style of a downtown NYC restaurant. The food is is very good. The quality of everything they make is simple but superb.” —matthewc357056 -Zagat
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 22, 2009. Amount paid never expires. Only 700 available! Dine-in only Limit 1 per table Tax and gratuity not included May buy multiple as gifts Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.