On February 6, Chef Curtis Gamble took to social media to announce the closing of his beloved Pittsburgh restaurant, Station, as he and his family prepare to move to Tennessee for his wife’s new appointment at a university. For the past nine years, Station has served the stomachs and hearts of Pittsburghers with great care and love. TABLE Magazine honors Chef Curtis Gamble and the legacy that Station leaves with two of his most famous recipes shared with us throughout the years.
The restaurant will continue to take reservations through February 16 with an official closing party on February 17. But, don’t worry, you’ll still be able to catch some final delicious bites at pop-ups throughout the spring season.
We wish Chef Curtis Gamble, his family, and his wonderful staff all the best and hope you all enjoy these iconic recipes from the Station menu.
Get a healthy taste of Italy with Chef Curtis Gamble’s delicious Carrot Bolognese. If you’ve been to Station you know this dish is a crowd favorite for its savory and tender bite. This meatless Monday alternative to the Italian favorite is perfect for any meal, and it’s a way to make carrots that even the kiddos will love.
What’s better to warm you up than a perfectly creamy bowl of soup? The winter vegetable, celery root is the star of this dish, but the addition of white miso and Parmesan rind take the flavors to an entirely new level. If you can’t make it into Station in time to try this delight, you can make it at home and raise a glass to a restaurant that has left it’s mark on the Pittsburgh restaurant scene.
Story by Kylie Thomas
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