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Grover Beach
Good food, trains, friends and family meet at the Grover Station Grill
 Serving up home-cooked goodness
The Grover Station Grill is the perfect location for a hearty breakfast before a day of exploring or a lunch break in a day of shop- ping and dinner with friends at the end of a full day. A Grover Beach landmark, the restaurant is located close to shopping, the Pismo Dunes State Park, and close enough to
the train station to experience the rumble and clanking of trains. The rumble of passing trains adds a little extra adventure to the dining experience and some excitement for kids and kids-at-heart.
New owners, Christopher and Melissa Zaferis moved to the Cen- tral Coast from Winnetka, Calif. “Taking over the restaurant during COVID-19 might seem an insane decision but we believe in this town,” said Christopher
The Grover Station Grill is known for its home-cooked, flavor- ful food. The food is the top prior- ity for first-class service.
The consistent quality
of food prepared by
cooks who have been
with the Rivas almost
since the beginning, the
friendly service, good
training, cleanliness
and reasonable prices
all stack up to keep
guests well-fed and
coming back.
New Station Grill owners, Christopher and Melissa Zaferis
 said Christopher.
Start with breakfast and come
on back.
Breakfast can be
a warming bowl of oatmeal, omelets, bur- ritos, French toast, to the hearty Station Grill Breakfast: three eggs any style, with bacon or sausage, hash browns and toast.
The Station Grill has a kid’s menu and side orders filling enough
to be a complete meal. For lunch, guests love wraps, salads, burgers, pastrami, and sand- wiches. For dinner,
the Station Grill offers classics like meatloaf,
Home cooking has certainly served the grill and guests well over the years. The Grover Station Grill has become a hot spot for tourists and a meeting spot for several local groups and organizations.
The Grover Station Grill serves local beer and wine, has a dog- friendly patio and is open for patio
dining and takeout. Located at 170 W. Grand Avenue in Grover Beach at the corner of Grand and Highway 1, the grill is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (805) 489-3030 to place your order or check the daily specials at
  Join us for Great Food for the Whole Family!
Open 7 Days a Week • Beer/Wine Available Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
    170 W. Grand Ave., Grover Beach
Come and watch trains while you dine.
 “We want every- one to be comfortable and happy. The more comfortable folks are the happier we are,” said Melissa.
“Taking over the restaurant during COVID-19 might seem an insane decision but we believe in this town.”
The Zaferis have
no plans for changing
the restaurants popular menu. “We will run specials, though, and some might join the permanent menu,”
chicken Alfredo, flatiron steak, pork shanks — all served with a side salad and bread.
— Christopher Zaferis
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