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We haven’t eaten there or taken food out in a long while. Being from New York we were in the mood for some veal cutlet parmigiana and found they are one of the only restaurants nearby that have this. We ordered the veal on a...sandwich along with lobster roll and linguine and clams. Curbside pickup was really fast and the food was fantastic. If you live in the area I would recommend giving this place a try.More
I took my parents to Station 52 for dinner expecting an average dinner as it is an average restaurant. My server was very nice and I want to make sure that is known. The issue came down to french fries, as silly as that sounds....The fries were soggy, dark brown (beyond acceptable), and tasted like burnt oil. My mom and I could not force ourselves to eat more than one bite. We told our waitress and told her that we were fine with them being bad, given them the benefit of assuming this is a rare mistake. She apologized and told her manager and he walked over as expected. What was unexpected was his demeanor. Instead of apologizing, he tried to belittle us and told us we did not know what we were talking about. Not only was he beyond aggressively unprofessional, he was incorrect in his "excuses". We were not even compensated for the food we did not eat. Funny thing is the manager stated that "the french fries are supposed to be like that". I did not know fries were supposed to taste like they were taken out of a gutter (should have taken photos). But I digress, I do not care that the fries were bad, it happens. I care about the way the manager verbally attacked my parents. I cannot wait to hear about this restaurant going under. You lost a family of paying customers that use to visit the restaurant twice a month. I will go out of my way to tell people not to visit Station 52 now for the disrespectful way you talked to my mother. P.S. the parking lot by the loading dock was covered in garbage blowing in the wind to the parking lot littering the adjacent areas. Also, reservations for a restaurant that is 3/4's empty is absurd yet hilarious. Hope you get your restaurants act together.More
Stopped in after Longwood Gardens on a Friday after 2pm. Place is clean, staff friendly. We both ordered the onion soup. $6.50 each. Which was delicious. Served in standard crock with melted cheese browned just right. The broth was perfect temperature, had good portion of...onion and bread in it. Would definitely recommend this dish. After the soup I had a grilled romaine salad $7.50. It was actually two pieces of romaine, grilled nicely with cheese crumbles drizzled over dish, dressing on the side, and a piece of bread. I enjoyed this very much too. Worth the stop!More
Definitely a must stop to or from Longwood. The sandwiches are outstanding, the cream of mushroom soup-perfect! Family oriented, staff is great! It was decorated so nicely for Christmas. Def a hidden gem. Only a few minutes from longwood, off of rt 1 on rt...52 next to Mendenhall inn. Never had a bad meal there. You won’t be disappointed.More
Stopped in for a quick bite to eat and watch the hockey game. I had heard good things since the ownership changed.
The atmosphere is casual sports bar.
I started with their small order of wings (5). Traditional Hot Buffalo which came with an extra...dish of sauce and a generous amount of celery and blue cheese dressing.
While looking over the extensive menu for another snack, the owner/chef came out and introduced himself. He asked me if I liked shellfish (I was considering the steamed clams) then said “I’ll take care of you”.
Soon he returned with a big bowl of Cioppino. The dish was packed with clams, mussels, shrimp, fish, all in a tasty red sauce with garlic bread. It was a very generous portion, which the chef “comped” me saying “Merry Christmas”.
It was very tasty. The seafood was fresh, well cooked, and the sauce was rich and flavorful.
I learned that this is a family business, the chef’s wife serves and their son tends bar. They were all such nice and welcoming people!
I noticed some other food at the bar and the pizzas looked great, as did the cheesesteaks.
Im sure I benefited by being there on the 23, and they had some fresh seafood to move through before the Christmas break, but as they said, they don’t use frozen foods.
You can tell this family takes pride in what they do!
Give them a try!More
Our yearly stop before Longwood Gardens. Warm, cosy atmosphere and great food! We especially enjoyed the cream of mushroom soup and the buffalo chicken pizza which was huge! Also good was the chicken picante. Our server Gina was professional, friendly and very attentive!
Came to Tavern 52 for drinks and after looking at the menu ordered dinner. The fabulous server Gina suggested our dinner choices and appetizers and she was spot in! Bacon wrapped shrimp, pene and clams, spinach ravioli and lobster ravioli. She was attentive to our...every need and very personable! The food was fabulous- we will definitely return. Thanks for a wonderful evening!More