Next Stop Station House…Florida Restaurant Review…


Love me some good fresh, unadorned seafood.

We found it at The Station House in Lantana, Florida.

The Station House opened its doors in 1933 and is located in what was once the old Train Depot in Lantana.

We happily sat outside with only one other table occupied…it’s Florida and most think Covid is a figment of the delusional Democratic mind.

We kicked the seafood lollapalooza off with the sweetest, freshest oysters from Westport, Connecticut which is next to where I grew up.

The oysters were mild, plump and delicious, served with a lovely mignonette sauce as well as  cocktail sauce with a fresh horseradish embellishment (1/2 dozen $14).

The Middleneck clams were piping hot, flavorful and delectable floating in a fabulous white wine broth and served with garlic bread (MP).

David indulged in the Pan Seared Black Grouper with a sweet potato hash and butternut squash purée ($39).

Our fresh Whole Maine Lobster dinner came with a blue cheese wedge with red onion, bacon and grape tomatoes, corn on the cob and redskin potatoes.

The accommodating server did all the cracking so all we had to do was eat the luscious lobster meat (11/2 lb. Lobster dinner $60).

We did not even enter the restaurant.

It was a fun and delicious lobster, clam and oyster fest.

The Station House Restaurant 233 West Lantana Road Lantana, Florida. Open Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday 4:30-9pm, Friday-Saturday 4:30-10pm. Ample parking. Reservations on OpenTable.com.

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