About Lambertville Station
Enjoy the natural tranquility on the Delaware River while you dine in a meticulously-restored 1867 historic train station. The Station’s New American Cuisine features signature dishes such as Chesapeakestyle Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Rack of Lamb with almond-mint pesto, Maple Mustard Salmon, and Fig & Port Short Ribs as well as wild game & seasonal offerings served & prepared by a professional & friendly staff.. Join us at Canal Side, our outdoor dining area(March - November)with all dishes prepared using herbs fresh from our herb garden. Relax in our Wine Bar enjoying great wines, tapas and a warm and inviting fireplace. Come experience Lambertville’s Landmark Restaurant!
11 Bridge Street at Lambertville Station
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Contemporary American, Wild Game, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 9:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:30am – 3:00pm; Sunday Buffet Brunch in our Riverside Ballroom: 11:00am - 4:00pm. (Contact us for Holiday Hours Easter, Mothers Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Years Day)
Lambertville New Hope Bridge
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private rooms available for 20-50 guests in the restaurant and up to 200 guests in the Riverside Ballroom.
Please call for details.
Ample complinmentary parking available for guests.
Private Party Facilities:
The restaurant can accommodate up to 60 people. Delaware Valley’s only waterfront ballroom, the Riverside Ballroom, accommodates up to 200 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Brittany Johnson: (609) 397-8256
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Our unforgettable location is the perfect backdrop for weddings, birthday celebrations, anniversaries, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, private parties and other social events.
The Riverside Ballroom overlooking the Delaware River can accommodate up to 200 guests for a truly memorable wedding.
We offer several different distinct dining venues to host social events and meetings.
Lambertville Station Ratings and Reviews
My brother and his wife wanted to get together to celebrate my husband's birthday. I suggested Lambertville Station as it is somewhat equidistant from our homes. I easily made the reservations online and requested a quiet corner if possible as my husband has a hearing problem. Upon arrival we were quickly seated in a quiet nook. We all enjoyed the generous appetizer which we shared. The food and drinks arrived promptly and were delicious. We were able to hear each other and enjoyably converse. We did not feel rushed and were able to linger over yummy desserts and coffees. We hope to return in the near future.
I had pork mignon which turned out to be basically a pork chop- cooked very nicely but nothing special. It was served with burnt roasted potatoes which I had to send back. Pretty sad at the prices being charged. The replacement potatoes were uninteresting but at least not burnt. Another diner with me complained that their steak had no flavor or distinction. The waitress was nice but could have been a bit more attentive. The room was chilly because of the many windows. I can recommend the 120 minute IPA and the white chocolate rasberry gelato, however. Both were divine. Loved the ambiance but the value for the cost was very poor. Will return only for bar food which has been a lot more interesting and flavorful in my experience with Lambertville Station in the past.
We were there on New Year’s Day - perhaps a skeleton crew in the kitchen? Our server was just lovely but the food was marginal at best - soup was not hot and salads had zero flavor - wait time for food was long - just really disappointing overall except for the server (Sylvia)
I love the place and I am hopeful this was just an off day...
The Lambertville Station by far is the best restaurant in Lambertville. The food is very good, fresh and served with ample portions and cooked to perfection with many local providers of vegetables and meats so the food is really fresh. Service is usually exceptional and very friendly, we visited on New Year's Eve and have been doing this for years, this past visit the food was great but service was lacking, our server seemed new or inexperienced and we were left waiting for drinks and steak knives, but, other than that. Superb and a perennial performer.
We have been to the Lambertville station before and Loved it. I was a little disappointed this time I had a winter squash soup that was very good. The salmon salad over Kale was not the salmon was so over cooked the salad was bland. My husband order a salad with chicken he thought the salad was good the chicken was very try.
We will try the Lambertville station again because we have enjoyed it in the past and are hoping it was just a off day
Very good service by Michael excellent food short ribs another person in my party hat the rack of lamb other person had a turkey and brie sandwich absolutely fantastic two of us had the lobster and crab bisque that was so chock-full of lobster and crab it was outstanding the ferry very good meal which made a very very nice afternoon out with family over the holiday we highly recommend Lambertville Station!
Three of my party had the prime rib which they said was very good. I had the chicken with butternut risotto. The chicken was a little over-cooked, some areas very crunchy on the outside and somewhat dry inside. The risotto was cool and the waitress had a new plate of it made for me. It was then hot, the way I like my food.
We stay at the Inn and come to this restaurant for Christmas every other year and it is well worth it! Allen is the wine expert downstairs by where you can sit by the fire and have a before/after dinner drink. Once you have your table, the chef is wonderful, especially if you have dietary restrictions, in making a incredible meal!
Great Christmas dinner. The kids were able to get basics. They had mac and cheese and a burger. I was able to get an amazing vegetarian stuffed squash with risotto. Nothing really on the menu for a Vegan but if you are okay with going vegetarian on occasion there are definitely a couple of good options. My husband had the filet mignon. He was also quite pleased. We love the style of the old station and the wait staff was very friendly. The kitchen made a couple minor mistakes (cheese on my daughter's hamburger, one of the desserts was not what we ordered) Both things were corrected promptly and kindly and didn't effect our overall experience.
We were not blown away. We were here for Christmas Eve dinner and had 5:30 reservations. We were 10 minutes early so we checked in, sat down and waited to be called. Parties of various sizes (2, 4 and 6 people) walked in at exactly 5:30 and were seated immediately. My husband approached the desk and mentioned that it was 5:30 and other parties just walking in were being seated before us. We were told, “you were early”. What does that have to do with anything? It made no sense. The front desk staff was young and seemingly inexperienced. Young female servers were congregating around the front chatting with no urgency to do their job.
We were finally seated on a raised alcove above the tables that are along the windows. This alcove only had 2 tables. I suppose if we were seated in the proper order we might have had a table at the window. We were, at times, out of sight out of mind. While our server was friendly, she was a bit slow. It was 10 minutes before she came to get our drink order. We also asked for bread. 25 minutes later we had our soft drinks. We had to remind her about the bread which took another 5 minutes. The restaurant was not packed so the service should have been better.
The food did come out quickly. My husband had the cheesesteak spring roll appetizer which was just ok. They were light on the meat, heavy on the cheese and very greasy. I had the salmon minus the rice with extra veggies. The maple glaze on the salmon was a little strong for me but the fish was flaky and moist. My husband had the crab cakes. They were packed with lump crab meat with very little filler. The green beans and roasted potatoes complimented the crab cakes nicely. He enjoyed his main meal.
Considering how long it was in between visits from our server we opted not to have coffee or dessert. Unfortunately, Lambertville Station was not the best choice for Christmas Eve dinner. It wasn’t horrible but we would not go back considering all the other options in the area.
This was our Christmas Eve dinner. I am allergic to all seafood so that limits me. French Onion soup was great. My husband loved his short ribs. There was one thing that bugged me throughout the dinner. There was an older waiter that was so engaged with his tables and our waiter was polite, but we had to flag him down for anything. He even brought me a box to box my own food wherein the other waiter boxed his tables food. The other waiter did everything himself and our waiter had others doing everything for him. They each had two tables. I don't usually need to be waited on, but it was Christmas Eve and an upscale restaurant. I probably wouldn't go back, but I would recommend it for other people. Very pretty. Also, I never saw a bar that didn't ask you what they can get you or do you want another drink. Very strange. It wasn't just us; it was how they operate.
The food and wait staff are always consistently fabulous. This is our go to place for a special occasion but one we enjoy for any occasion. If you're celebrating a special occasion, the staff make a point of acknowledging it and they're always so helpful and pleasant.
We enjoyed a delicious brunch to celebrate our daughter's birthday. We had a large group and were served by Jonathan. He was professional and attentive. Even brought the birthday girl signature chocolates in honor of her birthday. The food was fantastic. Everyone enjoyed their dish. I had the bacon bowl that was superb and a signature Bloody Mary using locally distilled spirits.
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