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The Frugal Forager: State Street Station serves comfort food, Polish, German dishes

Potato pancakes with sour cream and apple sauce, kielbasa, noodles, galumbki and pierogi are among the Polish specialties available at the State Street Station in Schenectady on Wednesdays. (photo: BEVERLY M. ELANDER/FOR THE SUNDAY GAZETTE)
Photographer: BEVERLY M. ELANDER/FOR THE SUNDAY GAZETTE
Potato pancakes with sour cream and apple sauce, kielbasa, noodles, galumbki and pierogi are among the Polish specialties available at the State Street Station in Schenectady on Wednesdays. (photo: BEVERLY M. ELANDER/FOR THE SUNDAY GAZETTE)
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You just might be entertained with live accordion music while you’re eating at the State Street Station in Schenectady, but more certain is that you’ll see and hear a train. It’s that kind of lively, friendly place where you’ll find yourself smiling even before the food arrives. Take the ambience. It’s a former train car on State Street just west of Route 7 that was converted to a restaurant in the 1930s and, prior to ...

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patya
January 2, 2011
8:39 a.m.

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A wonderfully warm and friendly atmosphere with delicious food, and very generous portions.

mindola55
January 3, 2011
10:24 p.m.

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I Love this restaurant! The breakfast sandwich, with egg and sausage and the steak sandwich are just two of my favorites. The meals are delicious and reasonable. I visit at least two times a week. Doug, Jen, and Ryan work long and hard to ensure that each customer enjoys their meal. Great place to eat!!!

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