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West Park Station simultaneously pleases international- and domestic-leaning palates with a trio of Italian, Irish, and American menus and a United Nations of libations and sudsy brews. Starters such as the Erin-Go-Brie—puffed-pastry-wrapped brie served with fruit accouterments—blazes a path toward the main course, leaving a trail of ciabatta behind ($10.50). Fungus fanatics can chomp the portobello-mushroom sandwich cloaked in provolone and basil pesto on a grilled brioche bun ($10). The beer-battered fish 'n' chips ($11.25) and slow-cooked corned beef and cabbage ($11) transport diners to Ireland and Mom's homemade meatloaf sandwich reminds diners to make their beds ($7). A late-night menu, served until midnight Sunday–Thursday and until 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays, keeps night owls fed.
West Park Station combines the fine arts of dining and revelry with karaoke on Wednesdays and live entertainment on Friday and Saturday. During balmy months, the restaurant's sunny patio proves perfect for quenching thirsts while arguing the merits of competitive hopscotch as an Olympic sport.
West Park Station
Serving good food and drinks is only a small part of the mission at West Park Station. That's because the restaurant sees itself as an important contributor to the renaissance of Kamm's Corners, both because it supports local charitable organizations and acts as a gathering place for the community. There are Browns games on Sundays, trivia on Mondays, and karaoke on Wednesdays, in addition to the occasional magician or person wearing plaid.
During any of these events, guests can treat themselves to a homestyle dish from the Irish-, American-, or Italian-inspired menus. You can order Mom's homemade meatloaf sandwich layered with cheddar and beer-ketchup sauce, or Guinness-cheese soup ladled into a chewy bread bowl. You can even stop in for Sunday brunch, which features such favorites as chicken and waffles with hot sauce and s'mores pancakes drizzled in chocolate.
17015 Lorain Ave.
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