I met a long-time friend here on a Sunday morning, drawn to the place by the TA rating. Sunday morning was the time to be there. They let us in out of the cold at 1055AM (normal opening is 11AM Sundays), and in the next twenty minutes every table was filled as was the entire length of the bar. Natasha handled our order adroitly, and very soon we were enjoying some great omelets, and even better hash browns. We watched the parade of dishes coming out of the busy kitchen, and saw that the full variety of Sunday brunch fare was there...crepes, eggs, exotic-looking dishes with shrimp...the whole gamut. Even the coffee was terrific and was sourced from a local roaster.
It's clear that this unpretentious-looking place is no secret. The tables and bar stayed full for the 90 minutes we enjoyed the place, and there were groups of people waiting for the precious seats. Prices were a little steep, but not bad. Natasha's service was stellar throughout. She was very attentive.
Tips: If you like hot sauce on your eggs or other dishes, the Station Taproom's sauce of choice is the fiery "Siracha"...far more robust than plain old Tobasco, so be careful; Creamer of choice for the coffee was real cream...a rarity these days; and parking is right outside the door in a small lot, or across the street in the train station.
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