Monday, September 21, 2020

Deluxe Station Diner in Newton Centre Is Now Jamie's on Union

A diner within an historic space in the western suburbs of Boston has morphed into a new restaurant.

According to a source, Jamie's on Union is now open in Newton Centre, taking over the space in the old railroad station on Union Street that had been home to the Deluxe Station Diner. It appears that the ownership remains the same, as the website for the new eatery says that "We've made a change, but change is good. Our new name is Jamie's on Union. We have remodeled and updated the interior, upgraded our bar, and have updated our menu." The new spot also features diner food along with American classics, with its menu showing such items as eggs benedict, challah French toast, reubens, burgers, fish and chips, steak tips, and more.

The railroad station in which Jamie's on Union is housed dates back to the 1800s.

The address for Jamie's on Union (and the former Deluxe Station Diner) is 70 Union Street, Newton Centre, MA, 02459. Its website can be found at

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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