Choose from Three Options
- $35 for $65 worth of New American food at dinner for two or more
- $45 for $70 worth of New American food at dinner for two with one beer or glass of wine per person (up to a $12 value each; $94 total value)
- $79 for $140 worth of New American food at dinner for four with one beer or glass of wine per person (up to a $12 value each; $188 total value)
View the menus. Dinner seating begins at 5 p.m.
It might seem obvious that the Williamsburg eatery Station derives its name from its location, set just a few steps from the Bedford Avenue L stop. But its cast-iron storefront gates and arched windows, reminiscent of Old-World train depots, indicate that Station may be taking inspiration from an older tradition. That classical aesthetic continues indoors, from the late-1800s brick walls to the antique mirrors to the French-influenced menu of Rib Eye au Poivre, spaghetti provençale, and daily cheese boards.
And once the sun begins to set, a selection of craft cocktails and top-shelf spirits allow discerning revelers to paint the town an exquisite shade of red—until 3 a.m. at the latest. Patrons can also opt for the Bottomless Dinner, a daily special that pairs any entree with limitless well liquor drinks, house wines, and selected bottles of beer. But it's the modern, vegan, and gluten-free flourishes that landed Station on OpenTable's 2015 roundup of the country's top 100 brunch spots.