Historical Train Station Site Turned Restaurant Gets On “Track”

Nov 01, 2011 1 Comment by

East Stroudsburg, PA – East Stroudsburg will soon welcome a family-fun and sports enthusiast restaurant, Trackside Station Grill & Bar.

The new restaurant constructed by owner Troy Nauman has been based on public suggestions. Community members were asked to place restaurant requests for the former Dansbury Depot site on the “Crystal Street Restaurant Project’s” Facebook page. Many suggested a restaurant where they can treat their families and cheer on their favorite teams.

“This will be a family, workforce, businessmen (women), young-old restaurant, all will feel welcome and not out of place,” owner, Troy Nauman stated. After deliberating over the name of the restaurant, Troy’s team decided on Trackside Station Grill & Bar. “We wanted a name that rang true and symbolized East Stroudsburg’s railroad rich history,” explained Troy to describe his vision for the restaurant.

Although the restaurant is still under construction, the team is focused on creating a place that parallels both the history of East Stroudsburg while incorporating a modern home feel. We should expect Trackside Station Grill & Bar’s doors to open early February 2012.

For more information on the development of Trackside Station Grill & Bar, in addition to photographs, and updates, visit www.tracksidestationgrill.com and follow Facebook.com/tracksidestationgrill

Located in the heart of the Poconos, Trackside Station Grill & Bar offers a unique food and drink menu of Pennsylvania favorites. Trackside Station Grill prides itself on promoting East Stroudsburg’s railroad rich history in a family-fun and sports enthusiast atmosphere. The historical train station site turned restaurant is in a three-story complex, located at 50 Crystal Street in East Stroudsburg. Open Tuesday-Sunday for lunch and 7 days a week for dinner, Trackside Station Grill & Bar is the perfect outing for families, tourists, and cheering on your favorite team. Visit www.tracksidestationgrill.com for more information.

 

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