The Station Public House in downtown Auburn offers a unique dining experience for its guests with over 8,000 square feet of outdoor space. With a contemporary landscaped garden complete with lighting and misters for those hot summer nights and heaters for the winter months, The Station is quickly becoming Auburn's casual backyard dining destination. With a diverse wine selection, 40 rotating taps, and a contemporary gastro pub menu complete with a sausage cart, there is something for everyone who stops in at The Station. Picnic tables dotted throughout the garden provide a comfortable and cozy atmosphere to enjoy live music or their fall outdoor movie nights.
Originally conceived by two Auburn locals, The Station seeks to create a community gathering depot for people of all ages and their well-behaved furry friends. Located at 750 Lincoln Way on the eastern edge of Downtown Auburn, a locale historically known as East Auburn in the early 1900's, The Station Public House derives its name from the historic trans-continental railroad station located just a stone's throw from the restaurant. The Station truly is a must visit gem of the Gold Country. Visit their website for the most up to date menu and hours, as well an entertainment calendar.