The food was delicious, but I wish they would come with side dishes, instead of a la carte so you could get more for your money. I also wish I was able to alter the menu. Since I am vegetarian, I usually get the French toast or juevos rancheros, but this time I wanted to try the burrito, just without the sausage. The food is already prepared, which was a bummer but overall, the food is delicious (and the drinks!) The service is always impeccable. They are kind and attentive. They even show respect by waiting while my family prayed over the food. The ambiance is breathtaking! It is so beautiful and chic! I will come back again :)
We ate there pre-theater on a Sunday night--busy at the restaurant with a group of about 25 seated nearby which meant service was slower than I expected. Food was fine. Only vegetarian options were 2 of the pizzas. I asked but was told there was nothing else they could offer. The best was their grilled pear and brie bruschetta.
James was the BEST! I'll definitely be coming back!
Great value for Brunch...poor acustics in restaurant, very loud, but not much to be done about that
Service was very slow. The food was good but looked slapped together.
Hadn’t been here for a few years and was excited to come back and bring some friends with me who had never been before. We came for brunch and unfortunately I got my food 40 minutes after my friends did. I got the steak and eggs and the waiter told us it was a 12 Oz steak. They brought me a steak that might have been 7 Oz MAYBE. I sent it back. They finally got it right but I was over it by then. Oh and they sat some girls next to us who reeked of marijuana. I was ready to go by then! Won’t be coming back here at all.
Modest quality of food. High end pricing.
Great pre-theater spot - we split a salad and a pizza between two women. Always love Station 4, theater or not.
Delicious! Great atmosphere and attentive service!
The food was good, but we ordered desert 20+ minuets before we had to leave. I also asked for the check because we we had theater tickets. I paid the bill, but we never got the desert before we had to leave. Luckily, we were able to come back after the show for the desert, but we should have been told it would take so long.
The steak was perfect. Service was outstanding. Love it.
Food was under cooked and not worth the value on top of that I got sick after eating the food
food was decent, though way below its price level. Valentine's day dinner was dull, and totally lacked the atmosphere. And it's noisy like a honkytonk. Probably the least romantic place I ever dined in on Valentine's day in my whole life.
Although my ratings are not high, I would recommend Station 4. I went to the restaurant on Valentines Day with two friends, we were all in town for business. The restaurant was only offering a price fix menu, which was not identified on their website, so I each of us spent $93 for the dinner. I don’t mind spending the money but did not think this particular menu offering was of great quality (I had steak and it was pretty fatty). But where the food was lacking the waiter worked hard to make things right for my group and I really appreciated his efforts. I’d would give the place another shot next time I’m in town and will just chalk it up to a busy night at the restaurant.
I eat Sunday brunch almost monthly at Station 4 prior to the matinees at Arena Stage. The restaurant is just a block and a half from the theater and the restaurant offers a 10% discount for Arena patrons. The food is average. The pepperoni pizza is terrific. And the best thing about Station 4 is our waiter Tim who gives us fast personable service.
Very good food. The music was a little loud and distracting for Sunday brunch. The tiny round table where we were seated was too small. The hostess seated all of the two-tops right beside each other on this long row, when there were so many other two-tops open. The waiter was awesome!
Was on a quick trip to DC and found this spot for brunch and it was amazing! Would definitely go back.
Tim is fabulous!
Don’t get your hopes up for the scallops if you see it on the online menu. We were told they haven’t had that for awhile. The fries are amazing.
The Manager always greet me whenever I'm there. James is an excellent server. The food was great. I would definitely recommend Station 4 to others to experience the atmosphere and food there.
Salads arrived before the coctails.
Fish tacos appetizers had soft tortillas, cool temperature fish, and salsa with no flavor.
Braised collards had soft, un-crispy bacon and seared greens with a burnt taste; not a good combo.
Martinis had to be reordered because they were not cold and were too floral because of vermouth choice.
Decor is nice. Very loud. Nice, accommodating server and hostess
Good food, great service. Jumbo Crab cakes were delicious and the sesame seared Ahi Tuna was as well. Convenient parking in the same building, and this made a great early dinner prior the play at Arena stage. The noise level is a bit too loud but otherwise we highly recommend this restaurant.
The food is overpriced an mediocre. When our bill came, we had been doubled charged for an item. When we pointed it out, our server took the bill to fix it, he removed the double charged item and “found” a bunch of things he had forgotten to charge us for, which miraculously made the bill more than it had been before. One person ordered mussels, and we were told they were out, they ordered seafood pasta instead, which came full of mussels which was baffling.
A group of six of us have made Station 4 pretty much our pre-theater go to restaurant and we remain committed to it. The diversity, as well as the quality, of the menu are strong attributes and by the luck of the draw our waiter has on most occasions been Tim which has been to our benefit. He has been invariably knowledgeable, helpful with recommendations, and attentive - especially as regards a group with theater tickets.
This venue has a lot too offer. The sexy ambiance to the amazing food are great. It is on the smaller side so if you have a big party you should be mindful of that. Our waitor was a bit slow when it came to checking on us but overall a good server.
Good availability for a dinner before the show at Arena Stage. It’s very convenient for that occasion. The atmosphere is fine casual, and the waiters very pleasant. We found the meals fairly uninspiring though. I ordered salmon, which sat on top of the bed of lentils. Let’s just say that lentils does not make a good bed for anything. It was not a great combination. My husband had braised short rib. He said it was fine. We’ve eaten there before, and I don’t know why this particular experience did not wow us. But still a viable option before the show.
Solid spot, next time drinks and apps
James was awesome. Thank you for a great experience
Station 4 is very convenient to Arena Stage so we go for brunch before Sunday matinees. Our group ordered omelettes, ham and eggs, and caesar salad. The food us reliably good and the restaurant gives a 10% discount if you are going to Arena. The best part is the service. We always request a table with Tim. He is outstanding.
Brunch was great - good group spot!
First trip here was a good one. It's a nice room, and the menu is really strong. Good wine list, also. We'll go back.
Attractive restaurant we were seated promptly but at a TINY round table much too small for dinner. Backed up to noisy bar. Service was prompt and polite. Food was average. Restaurant is close to Arena Stage, which is why it was chosen. Dined there previously with mediocre experience but thought we would try again. Won’t be back.
Our brunch to celebrate my best friend’s birthday was great. Although we would have appreciated a more diverse brunch menu that included a better blend of lunch items with breakfast items.
Drinks and wings are always on point. I prefer dining in the bar area just to get the wings although it is significantly louder and more crowded than the dining room. You can literally be standing or sitting shoulder to shoulder at the bar and look over at an empty dining room. The food on the regular menu is just ok; I haven't found anything exceptional yet. The pizzas are well made; not too much sauce, just the right amount of cheesy cheese and the crust just holds everything together. I enjoy this place. It's a nice addition to SW without being physically located at the new "fake", overpriced, overhyped "Wharf".
Great Brunch! Food was delicious and our large group enjoyed drinks, breakfast foods and desserts. The banana bread pudding was amazing!
Nice ambiance in the restaurant, but my meal was I'll prepared. I ordered the salmon medium, but it was well in the inside and the lentils were overcooked.
The food was good - but nothing particularly call home or take a picture of your meal worthy. Portions were generous and well cooked. Drinks a bit pricier then I think necessary. Still scratching my head how dinner for four came out to as much as i did.
Great lunch. The food was very good. I had the delicious chicken sandwich. The fish and chips looked wonderful