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Pictured is the Pizza Cindy ($13.95), one of Parmesans Station's gourmet signature pizzas. It's topped with Julienne chicken, garlic butter, and Romano and mozzarella cheese, then baked in a stone oven. (Photo by Erik Schmidt/22nd Century Media)
Erik Schmidt, Assistant Editor
5:09 am CDT April 18, 2014

Brooklyn native serves addictive gem at Parmesans Station

Parmesans Station, an authentic Italian restaurant crammed in the most unorthodox and unlikeliest of places — a train station — isn’t known for its wood stone pizzas, oddly enough. It isn’t known for its pasta or pastries or even its namesake — gooey, savory Parmesan cheese.

No, it’s known for a peculiar green sauce that even Parmesans owner Michael Papandrea admitted most people won’t try.