The previous reviews of this place were confusing, lots of pros and lots of cons. We were looking for a nearby alternate 'cue place, and decided to give the Station a try. Outside the place are several planters filled with empty beer bottles and other unsavory trash, still, we went in. Inside smelled appropriately smoky for this type of establishment, and we were greeted warmly by the man behind the counter. All of us decided what we wanted to eat- combo plates with two meats and two sides for under seven dollars, drinks extra (no beer sold here, despite the outside). Free refills on the pinto beans! Which are located in the dining room in a large cauldron with a broken lid and splatters everywhere from who knows when. Now, I know that this place used to be a service station at one time, but the cleanliness of the place makes it feel like its still in the transition phase. The dining area- dirty looking smudges and splatters on all painted surfaces, tables leaning in all different directions from the floor being unlevel. The soda fountain has greasy buildup from years of not being cleaned properly. The motel style ice machine is centrally located in the middle of the dining area for your convenience, complete with rust stains running down the side, and constantly running motor for ambiance. Oh yeah, the food, creamed corn should not be able to be stacked like Legos. The store bought sausage was about half an hour away from being jerky. The brisket was dry, tough, and flavorless; beef ribs - tough and dry. Meat serving size is approximately 3 ounces. It is a New Year, so maybe I got there just before they changed the deep fryer oil for the season, my fries had that unmistakable old oil flavor. My wife liked the sauce, however the big display shelf in the front of the restaurant advertising bottled sauce for three bucks was empty. One nice feature was the choice of white or wheat bread with your meal!