I don't get it. Why spend a fortune converting an old railroad station into a lovely dining room and then put together such a dull menu? Steak, a burger, a couple of dull fish selections - nothing distinctive or different. The pork chop (topped with foie gras) that I ordered was huge, but was spoiled by a very salty sauce. The gnocchi with ragu sauce was clearly not homemade and was bland. Our appetizers - Nantucket oysters and a Gorgonzola salad - were OK. 2 x appetizers, 2 x entrees, a side of asparagus, and 2 glasses of wine came to $125.
If you're looking for a venue for a quiet, romantic dinner, keep away. The noise levels were unbelievably high and made conversation difficult. This place looks like it's going to be successful - at least initially - but I have no idea why. The food is just not good enough. The service was courteous and enthusiastic.