Our family went there after hiking up to Johnson's Farm at the Peaks of Otter on Dec. 30, 2013. We planned to go somewhat early to avoid the crowd; we arrived at 4:30 PM. As others have said, the restaurant is an old Norfolk Southern train station that has been restored/renovated as a restaurant. The restaurant is well laid out and very clean, including the restrooms. There was a large crowd in front of us, about 12 seniors, but we were immediately seated after them. Service was perfect and our waitress was great; she kept our glasses full of either water, sweet tea, or soda. Something unusual, they serve the bread in a crock; the bread is partially pumpernickel partially white. The butter is either hazelnut or honey which is absolutely delicious on the fresh baked bread. I had the Chattanooga Chopped steak, french fries, and onion rings, my wife had a large salad, sweet potato and onion rings, our daughter had the black bean chicken wrap and corn pudding, and our son had the chicken pasta. My chopped steak was excellent (not fancy but delicious) as well as the french fries; the onion rings were fried perfectly and were absolutely delicious which we all agreed. My daughter's black bean chicken wrap was full of chicken and was absolutely delicious, they definitely did not skimp on the chicken. Our son's chicken pasta was good and in a cream sauce with some chicken and mushrooms, but it wasn't loaded with chicken like our daughter's chicken wrap. We had eaten lunch at the Olde Liberty Station before several times but never dinner; we were pleasantly surprised at how good it was. We were even lucky enough to see a train go by! Overall it was a great experience and we will definitely go back again!
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