|Yea, though I walk through The Valley of Pizza, I shall fear no hunger - Photo by Wasabi Prime|
|The Station Pizzeria - your new favorite pizza spot - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
I made a couple of trips to The Station -- once on a sunny Friday evening with a couple of friends, and then a second trip for lunch with a larger group to really dig into the pizza offerings. It really is a social gathering place because while one person could easily enjoy one of their pizzas, it's more satisfying to order several different things, kind of like the idea behind going out for dim sum. The more the merrier. Parking can be tricky, since they don't have a big lot, but I tend to park in the open, unpaved lot, right by the smaller roundabout that leads you towards Redhook/Columbia/Willows Lodge. That lot can be busy on weekends if there's a game going on in the nearby park, and it becomes event parking for Chateau Ste. Michelle concerts, so just keep that in mind. It's worth the parking shell-game because The Station has a great outdoor patio. It's got dappled shade, perfect towards the end of the day as the sun sets, and if it's too warm, there's seats indoors as well. It's a summertime-perfect place, but I can totally seeing it get cozy for the cooler months.
|Summer lovin' with Forbidden and The Valley pizzas - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
|Thai-inspired pizza and some rockstar wine - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
|Cheers, for those who are about to rock... and drink wine - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
The Station and its proximity to so many wine tasting rooms is definitely making it on my roster of regular places to visit. I'm looking forward to trying more of the signature pizzas, I definitely want to be able to try them all at some point, so consider the pizza-gauntlet thrown down, Station!