About The Depot Restaurant & Tavern
A trip to the Depot has been an Oneonta tradition since the first trains began rolling through more than a century ago.
The Oneonta Depot was the place to assemble for a ride to other destinations. But, in 1972, it became the destination itself! It was then that the Depot was reinvented as a restaurant and tavern and a new Oneonta tradition began.
In 2006, Judy Hurlburt became co-owner of the landmark establishment, and things really started cookin’. The screened-in back porch – a favorite summertime dining area – was completely remodeled and weatherized. It still retains its charm as a “window” on the creek and the park, but now can be enjoyed all year round.
The Depot has always been locally famous for its burgers, pizza and wings, but in recent years an emphasis on a more elegant dining experience has provided customers with a range of lunch and dinner options that’s unrivaled in the area.
Sampling a flight of the Depot’s impressive selection of beers has become a “must” for the serious brew aficionado, as well as those who are simply interested in the discovery of new favorites.
From a single serving of their award winning Garbage Wings to a stylish banquet reception for 100, the Depot Restaurant and Tavern is the destination in Oneonta.