This small lobster house got its name from the old train station building it occupies. Now nearly two decades old, it remains a draw "Mainely" for the lobsters. Italian and American menus are available in the narrow house-like space, with tables and chairs and a full bar to one side. Dip into the martinis - well-made drinks. Gear up for dinner with clams, mussels posillipo, Ipswich steamers, or sirloin steak tips. A creamy lobster bisque is a Station House signature dish. A wide variety of fish and crustaceans fills the menu pages, but landlubbers won't go hungry -- steaks, chops, chicken, and burgers are here, along with daily specials from the chef. Make no mistake, however: The whole lobsters are the reason diners wait in line during season; they sell so many, they can keep the prices reasonable. Note: A sister restaurant is in Deerfield Beach, and the owners run the Station Grille across the street.