This location is now closed.
Known for their high-end steaks and seafood dishes, the relatively laid-back Station 22 is named for one of several stops for the trolley car line that ran the length of the island years ago. Full bar featuring martinis, scotches, ports, brandies, and a small wine menu. Live jazz on Mondays.

Restaurant Details

Knock-out preparations from the sea and turf. Great island location; lively ambience, funky decor. A local favorite.

Hours: D. nightly at 5:30 p.m. Sun. brunch: 10 a.m.- 2p.m.
Price: $$$$

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