Station


Bar & Curio

serving woodstock since 2016

 
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where everyone (and everything) is local

Since the beginning, we at Station have strived to serve up more than your average drink. Come in and discover some of the best vodkas, gins and whiskeys to come out of New York State, experience a tasting flight of the Hudson Valley’s finest craft beers, or sit back with an expertly crafted cocktail and check out the scenery. Art and artifacts from around the area adorn our walls and patio and our collection is constantly rotating. If you’re bored, there is a healthy selection of board games and books to settle in with, and a pool table that’s free on Wednesdays.

We hope you’ll feel as comfortable here as in a well-loved living room.

 
 
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Find Us

 

Monday - Thursday 4pm - 2am

Friday - Sunday 12pm - 2am

We're a five minutes walk from the Woodstock village green, at

101 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498

We have plenty of parking on site, but if we're full, there's nearly unlimited parking in the Comeau Parking Lot just around the corner. Turn onto Comeau Drive across from Woodstock Hardware, then make a right into the luxuriously underused municipal parking lot. From the far side of the lot, enjoy the shortcut back across the covered bridge.

 
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History

Station Bar & Curio hasn't always lived in Woodstock. Built by the Ulster & Delaware Railroad Company in 1900, the station originally lived 10 miles south in Brown's Station, a village "flooded out of existence" by the Ashokan reservoir in 1906. Its second home was in the town of Ashokan, where it was a functioning station until U & D passenger service ended in 1954. The station then sat abandoned until 1970, when it was brought to Woodstock on a flatbed truck by Victor Basil, where it has rested ever since. 

 
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