The Beer Station is one of our favorite places. They are both family friendly and dog friendly (outside only). There is (covered and heated) outdoor seating (indoor as well once Oregon re-opens), a variety of food trucks, a large variety of beers on tap plus a full bar. Wednesday nights they do karaoke and Friday nights they have live music. The owner, whom is usually on site working, is super friendly and willing to here/implement suggestions. Always a great time.
So... To make a fair review I purchased food from every vendor. And here we go! Mexican food was the most boring flavors I have ever experienced with a "mexican" title! Rice had zero flavor, meat had no flavor, the tomatoes tasted way aged! I honestly feel like they threw canned meat into a tortilla added some lime and onions and we're like here you go... Absolutely ZERO flavor! The Hawaiian grill had some flavor great ideas but lacked something major! Next Burger place, good taste probably the only place there that tastes decent enough to try again. The BBQ place Tony's, Took two bites of chicken and I had to spit it out! I honestly don't even know what it was! Definitely not chicken . All and all this place needs some major help! I honestly don't know how it is still operational! Nice try folks but not one of these establishments put heart into their food!
Speaking only for the burgers brats fries and tots cart and the barbecue cart. The food you get is wildly inconsistent, sometimes you get a meal so good you would gladly pay double the price for it. Other times you get a meal so disappointing you just have to be glad you're hungry and chow down. Though customer service is great regardless. And orders are messed up on occasion but nothing terrible.
Nelson, the owner runs a tight ship. If it isn't right it will get fixed if you need. Always have a nice time here. Well run business with good bands and intertainment. Would recommend to everybody for a good time.
*all drinks must be purchased inside The beer station is probably the best addition to Junction City since the Scandinavian festival. The food options in Junction City were sparse before, now they have a plethora of tastes for everyone, and its outside so its safe from rona and warm; because they have space heaters and fireplaces in multiple areas. They also have an indoor area with two levels of seating, each with a great aesthetic. The outside also features a sitting area and a spot for games like corn hole. The beer options are endless as well, and all the staff was friendly and helpful.
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