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lordsigma12345 wrote: ↑Fri Oct 18, 2019 4:39 pm Yesterday I boarded the Auto Train in Lorton. I was the second person in line and checked in quite early so I walked across the street to a shopping center. They had a pizza place, a Japanese restaurant, a Quiznos sun shop, a Dunkin’ Donuts, and glory days bar and grill (which I’m assuming is a smaller restaurant chain.) I went to the glory days restaurant and it was pretty good. Good alternative to sitting and waiting inside the station.Yep, Glory Days is a regional chain. https://www.glorydaysgrill.com/about/ I’ve never been, glad to know it’s good.
markhb wrote: ↑Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:55 am BOS has several options in the head house. BON, from which you can catch the Downeaster to Maine, is attached to The Hub on Causeway which has a market, a new sports bar with the largest LED TV on the East Coast, and a food hall (hubhallboston.com) opening this winter. POR is currently adjacent to the Thompson's Point development which has one place to eat and several trendy places to imbibe.BOS also has a variety of food trucks across the street on the Greenway during decent weather.
Greg Moore wrote: ↑Tue Oct 15, 2019 11:06 amYou were also overcharged!
I hit the Shake Shack at WAS..and I was way underwhelmed.