If you want to get a table here after seeing Interpol perform a couple blocks away at Forest Hills Stadium, you’ll probably need to leave before the encore set. Station House is the most popular post-show bar in Forest Hills, and it usually fills up on nights when there’s nothing going on at the stadium, too. The dimly-lit space feels kind of like a sports bar (maybe because of the big TVs all around the room), and it works well for anything from casual drinks with friends to a solo dinner at the bar. There’s a long list of craft beers on tap, and you’ll also find good cocktails, plus bar food like a massive burger topped with melted cheese, fried onions, and braised brisket.
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