FRAMINGHAM – More good news for the ongoing revitalization of Framingham’s downtown area! The iconic H.H. Richardson Train Station, originally constructed in 1885 by the Boston & Albany Railroad, will house a new restaurant concept.
Edilson Olivera and his partners are excited to have the opportunity to open their new restaurant within this historic railroad depot and serve the greater Framingham area.
The new restaurant will be named “Framingham Station” and is scheduled to open later this fall.
Cheryl Tully Stoll and Marlene Aron of Metrowest Commercial Real Estate, Southborough, brokered the long term lease this past spring.
“The building will undergo minor alterations that will maintain and restore much of the original character of this Historic Landmark, while paying
homage to the wonderful history of the train station and the surrounding community” said Tully Stoll.
Located on Rt. 135 at the Rt. 126 intersection, in the heart of Downtown Framingham, “Framingham Station” will offer ample seating for patrons in the dining room with the original vaulted ceiling as well as offering a separate, full service bar that will provide a more casual atmosphere for patrons.
A signature all you can buffet featuring unique weekly specials will appeal to all tastes. The establishment will also serve high-end Brazilian table-side rodizio delicacies with Guacho chefs bringing a selection of grilled meats to your table, as well as gluten free and vegetarian options that will offer something for everyone.
The Framingham Station concept will provide multiple levels of service from dine-in service, to take-out meals for commuters on the go, to corporate catering of prepared packages delivered to customer sites, to personalized on location catering for private events.
“We want to bring a new and exciting dining experience to downtown Framingham. The Oliveira Family and I are very excited to be opening our flagship restaurant in Framingham,” said Aron, “Framingham Station has all the makings to become the new go-to place in Framingham. Parking is on site, on the street and a parking lot behind the buildings across the street and the commuter station is right next door. The new owners anticipate having an amazing selection of delicacies complimented by a full liquor license. All aboard Framingham Station – Hope to see you there!”
No opening date has been set.
The restaurant is located at 417 Waverely Street at the intersection of Route 135 and 126 in downtown Framingham.
Visit them at FraminghamStation.com for updates and other opportunities.