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“Not for kids”

Lambertville Station Restaurant
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Ranked #8 of 51 Restaurants in Lambertville
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $11 - $36
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Bar scene, Business meetings, Local cuisine, Special occasions, Romantic, Large groups
Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Lambertville New Hope Bridge
Description: Lambertville STation Restaurant has been serving American Cuisine in a landmark building for over 36 years. Located on the banks of the Delaware River in a refurbished train station. Choose fromdining outside overlooking the Delaware Canal in season, inside in ove of mony dining rooms or in the Wine Cellar. Each have a unique ambience. We source many ingredients locally and prepare items with the highest quality ingredients. Some Station specialties are New Zealand Rack of Lamb with almond mint pesto, Scallops and Shrimp over lobster risotto, and our hand crafted Crab Cakes. Enjoy a variety of tapas, flatbreads, cheese, homemade chocolates, and an extensive wine list in the Wine Cellar.
Reviewed February 5, 2012

We ate here years ago with friends before all of us had kids. I remember the menu having interesting and different things to try and we just never had a chance to go back after having kids. So we stopped there on a week night after spending the day with those same friends and their kids at the Giggleberry Fair in Peddler's Village. The kids had fun in Giggleberry fair, but it is a bit pricey. We wanted to enjoy a nice meal and hoped that the kids would wind down after using up a lot of energy. The restaurant was not busy AT ALL, but we were given an attitude that we didn't have a reservation and there would be a wait. They would have to check how long... there was no one else waiting, there were plenty of tables and this was a WEEK NIGHT after all, not a busy Friday or Saturday. We left and went to Triumph across the river and were seated immediately and had wonderful service (who also told us they had heard a similar complaint about Lambertville Station). So in the future if we have a special night out just the two of us, my husband and I will not be going there as we were not treated very friendly when we did have the kids with us.

Thank Stopandsmelltheroses
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Reviewed January 29, 2012

At first glance you would assume a big restaurant, prime location in a tourist area would be touristy. It also attracts lots of locals even on off nights. The secret is probably the wine list. Huge. Pours at the bar are probably about 6 ounces. They have high end wines at high end prices but also interesting wines at about $ 6.50 a glass. As a French wine fan I was really surprised with a Merlot produced at a New Jersey winery just outside town. It was one of the $ 6.50 wines too.

The food has innovative touches that bring you back. The coconut bread is great! They have an iced tea infused with honey and mint too.

The menus can be confusing - There's a bar area (with it's own menu), a wine cellar (with a tapas menu), the restaurant (with the main menu and sunset menu as I recall.) If you want a burger you need to be in the right place or see if it can be arranged. Service is very friendly. For a wine fan it keeps you coming back.

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Thank Bryce S
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Reviewed January 28, 2012

Romantic atmosphere with perfectly dimmed lighting, stone walls, wine bar downstairs. The entree selections were diverse and the presentation was appealing but the quality/taste was average at best.

Thank jmyersrw
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Reviewed January 22, 2012

Went here on a Friday night and made reservations in advance. The building was very unique, with a nicely decorated Wine Cellar and a friendly dining room. I ordered a filet mignon that was perfectly cooked and my date had the salmon, which she liked a lot.. We ordered the creme brulee for desert and it was very well done. All in all it was a great dinner and I will be sure to visit again next time I'm in Lambertville.

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Thank Rob W
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Reviewed January 18, 2012

My wife and I have been going to The Lambertville Station off and on for years and recently tried dining in the wine bar area by the fireplace. The service couldn't have been better and selections of both wine and food were exceptional.

We shared a bottle of Vouve Cliquot champagne for $50 (typically around $40+ @ a wine store) while noshing on a trio of cracked lobster, jumbo lump crab and jumbo shrimp. We've previously tried their flat breads and lolli pop lamb chops and found all to be delicious.

This is a very romantic restaurant for any occassion and have never had a bad meal. Fun downstairs bar also where many locals and tourists hang out to chat. Usually some bar specials to include fresh carved roast beef sandwiches and such. Enjoy!

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Thank MD Sr
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