Windsor Station is small, a bit noisy and serves meals with their own special little twists on themes and flavors. The bruschetta was outstanding, and our dinners, chicken piccata and the Basin Street Station Alfredo, were both well prepared from fresh ingredients with just a hint of New Orleans-style heat in the alfredo. The special wine on this particular evening--I forget the name and vintage--was wonderful and just the right compliment to dinner. And the chocolate cream pie is worth the trip in itself. Service was quick, courteous and fun with an incredibly energenic waitress who genuinely appeared to be enjoying herself. New owners Jon and Stacy reopened this small town landmark after several years of closure, bringing their imagitive style with them. This former railway station--it still serves as an Amtrak stop--can be a little difficult to find, down a side street off of Main Street in Windsor, turn left at the statue of the soldier. It's worth going out of your way for, but be sure to make reservations, it fills up fast even on week nights.
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