Station is a Pittsburgh native's culinary dream: half local dive, half gourmet gastropub. With jet-black walls, tin ceilings, and a heavy re-purposed wood bar, this Bloomfield watering hole is built to resemble a turn-of-the-century train station. Without sacrificing its neighborhood gin-joint vibe, the place is serving up a menu far more complex than wings and beer nuts. There are more than enough small plates, but rather than soft pretzels, Station offers corned beef tongue, poached pears with whole grain mustard, and chicken liver mousse over fermented vegetables. The menu offers plenty of full entrees (try the roasted venison leg with hazelnut gnocchi), deserts, and an impressive number of signature house cocktails featuring everything from rosemary and violet liquor to cardamom and rosewater.