Pubbelly Station | A steakhouse with Pubbelly flare comes to downtown
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A steakhouse with Pubbelly flare comes to downtown

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PB Station in the Langford Hotel brings American fare with Latin touches


The who: Those prolific Pubbelly Boys are at it again, this time with a downtown spot, PB Station, that aims to attract the business crowd.


The space: Housed in the swanky Langford Hotel (a renovated former bank), the space still retains its Beaux-Arts charm by evoking train stations with white and black subway tiles, a soaring ceiling and low-but-flattering lighting.


The dishes: Modern American with Latin influences. Executive Jose Mendin riffs on American steakhouse classics like raw bar, steaks and chops but with a creative Latin spin. Prices are in keeping with the white-collar atmosphere with starters $10-$20 and mains $19-$48.


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