The “station” part of the restaurant’s name stems from the model train and trolleys that travel the restaurant’s walls and past its windows and tables. While the train is up and running in the new space, the trolley will soon join it, she said.
Lindenwald Station continues to offer a full breakfast menu served all day long, plus traditional American fare such as hamburger, sandwiches, fries, soups and salads, plus “Boxcar Breakfasts” and “Dining Car” menu selections that have become family favorites.
Hours at Lindenwald Station’s new location will start off at 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. “for a while” with the restaurant soon adding dinner hours, Cooper said.
Liz Hooper, a native of Hamilton who now live in Cincinnati’s Pleasant Ridge neighborhood, said she drives up to Butler County once a month to do two things: get her hair cut at Dixie Chicks Barber Shop and eat lunch at Lindenwald Station.
She said she cannot wait to visit the new location.
“The owners, Mike and Donna, are two of the nicest people you will ever meet, and they do everything they can to ensure you have an amazing experience,” Hooper said. “The food is never anything short of amazing, and the coffee is always hot and ready.”
Customer John Discepoli said the restaurant offers “great food and better people.”
“They typically go one step better, like sweet cream pancakes, my favorite,” he said, also recommending the Goetta burger for lunch and the homemade meatloaf for dinner. “While Lindenwald misses them, Fairfield will be better off with the Station in town.”