December 5, 2012 | 7:08am
This week Deerfield Beach will be celebrating the grand opening of a new restaurant, Angelo's Station House Grille, a partnering of longtime South Florida chef Angelo Morinelli and owners Silvio and Marianne Trentalange.
In three months the former Station House space at the center of the Cove Plaza in Deerfield Beach was renovated to become Angelo's Station House. The new banquet-style eatery is 6,000-square-feet of warm wood-accented interior space featuring several distinct dining areas, including a room for private parties. The main feature, however, is the spacious rectangular bar, a 32-seat marble-topped counter where patrons can order any of the house wines, sangria or cocktails and nibble off a long list of tapas-style eats.
The main menu is a mix of old-world Italian dishes that cover antipasta, salad and soups, meats and pasta. As with traditional Italian menus, entrees -- priced between $17.50 and $33.95 -- cover a full range of meats and fish including veal, chicken, beef -- even a few specialty lobster dishes.
|Angelo's Station House|
|Insalata gorgonzola.|Angelo's Station House Grille is now open Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. For more information, visit the restaurant website and Facebook page, or call 754-227-5961.