Italian-American food, such as stone-fired pizzas and local seafood, served on the site of a Chesapeake freight house
- Expires Nov 18, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item and 2 drinks. Not valid on holidays. Not valid with other offers.
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At dinner broiled filet mignon starts at $19.99, frog legs with garlic-parsley butter are $16.99, a stone-fired Pomodoro five-cheese pizza is $9.99, shrimp scampi is $18.99, and lasagna alla bolognese made with local Mama Mucci's pasta is $14.99. See all menus here. The meal must include at least one food item and two drinks.Station 885
For almost 30 years, the Costanza family has chaperoned a troop of juicy steaks and steaming pasta dishes through Station 885's warren of dining rooms, fireplaces, and the long, burnished-wood bar. Thick, broiled filet mignon and jambalayas enriched with andouille sausage and shrimp represent the menu's hearty steak-house-style fare, which is offset by stone-fired pizzas, and gluten-free and wheat pastas. Diners can cozy up in the fireplace dining room or twirl up a spiral staircase to a dining area above the bar. Throughout the restaurant, repurposed wooden railroad ties form exposed beams in the ceiling, recalling the site's origins as the Chesapeake freight house with its utilitarian elegance and penchant for trains.