Station Square Celebrates 35 Years

LIBERTY, Ohio — In March, Station Square Ristorante here is celebrating its 35th anniversary in business.

To celebrate, the restaurant is running specials all month long, including a $35 Wine Taste event on March 25.

The restaurant’s wine selection has won multiple Wine Spectator “Best of” awards, making it one of the Top 10 places for wine enthusiasts in a 125-mile radius, according to a release.

Founded in 1986, Station Square was purchased and taken over in 2001 by restaurateur and culinary artist, Ottavio Musumeci. Over the last 20 years, he has evolved the restaurant into one of the area’s premier dining establishments by focusing on fresh and locally sourced food, non-GMO and organic selections.

With more than 4 million patrons served, only a handful of local restaurants have been around as long as Station Square, according to the release. Musumeci expanded the restaurant with the addition of an outside patio and multiple catering locations, including the DeYor Performing Arts Center in Youngstown and the Metroplex Expo Center in Girard.

Pictured: The Station Square Ristorante in 2018. (Image: Station Square Facebook page).

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.