About Us

Owners Eric and Jessica Schlosser, who have been involved in local night life for 15 years, have teamed up with 23-year business owners, Dan and Terri Titko, to offer the area a new and exciting dining experience.

As soon as you walk through the door, you will be pleasantly surprised with the complete “railroad themed” facility at Central Station Steak & Ale.

You will be greeted by the well trained and talented staff managed by local resident, Cindy Rankin.

The restaurant offers casual dining with big screen TV’s, a large bar for cocktails, and a brand new outdoor patio for dining and entertainment. A larger parking area has been constructed at the rear of the building to accommodate more guests.

Central Station specializes in the finest quality steaks and seafood that the area has to offer. The restaurant offers a full menu ranging from delicious, unique appetizers to mouth-watering burgers, soups, and pasta dishes.

“We believe our patrons will be amazed at the menu items prepared fresh daily by Chef Jason Wolverton and his staff,” Eric Schlosser said.

Central Station is open every day at 11 a.m. Carry-out orders are welcome. Call (740) 439-9054.

Eric and Jessica (Adamo) Schlosser, also owners of Downtown Arena and Home Town Health and Fitness, are lifelong residents of Guernsey County. They have a child, Blake (3), and are expecting another in December.

Dan and Terri (West) Titko, moved to Cambridge in 1986. They are owners of Speedy Print and co-owners of Papa John’s Pizza in Coshocton. They have 2 children Danielle and Hailey