Vinous – Ka-Ching: Filling up at The Station: A Chat with Jenna Congdon

“At any given time, Congdon only carries about 50 to 60 different wines. On average, they tend to range from $10 a bottle, to $30 a bottle, though she does carry a few more expensive “special occasion wines.” Customers can taste wines at The Station; the selection of wines at the store’s wine bar changes frequently so that return customers can count on discovering something new.”

New Times SLO – Fuel Up On Wordly Wines At The Station

“What I saw was exciting, especially because I live in the area: Tacos were being served out front, people sipping wine and laughing inside the workspace/hangout area, once a garage for servicing cars. The sun sliced through the glass roll-up doors casting an ethereal glow on tufts of fresh greenery and thoughtfully curated items (artisanal cocktail accoutrements! Artisanal shrubs!).”

Oh Wonderful – Cute Shops: New(er) SLO Stops

“For those who come hungry, The Station hosts a pop-up food station (last week was Brisket Pho) every Thursday and Friday. Diners and drinkers can pick up a bottle of wine to share while dining inside the old mechanic’s garage. I’ll definitely be back for more Austrian rosé!”

San Luis Obispo Tribune – New wine shop, event space opening in downtown SLO

“A co-owner of Granada Hotel & Bistro in downtown San Luis Obispo plans to open a wine shop and event space later this month in one of the city’s first gasoline service stations, built around 1920”

SLO Chamber – Old Gas Station to start pumping cultur, wine and beer

“The hospitality team that brought us Granada Hotel and Bistro and Art Bar is in the process of developing a new concept at 311 Higuera Street (near Walker Street) at the site of a former gas station.”