About Patria Station
Patria Station Café brings a slice of Argentina to 128 Station Street in Berkeley Heights, NJ. From hand-painting and sanding down repurposed furniture pieces to custom creating the signage that adorns the walls, owners Diego Di Falco and Carolina Zokalski poured their heart and soul into creating a warm, authentic environment where culture and diversity can be celebrated and embraced.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Diego and Carolina want to share their love of their homeland and culture through incredible, home-style cooking, live music, Spanish conversation afternoons, and exciting events. Guests will be inspired to try delicious and authentic Argentine recipes, including fresh, house made empanadas and quiches, facturas (gourmet pastries), Spanish tapas, Argentine sausage and traditional stews, flavorful sandwiches, and steak dishes, as well as great coffee, mate (South American tea), Spanish hot chocolate, and more.
Patria Station Café is owned by a local family and the owners are committed to supporting Argentine artists (dancers, musicians, painters) by selling their art, inviting them to perform and hosting all kinds of special events. Follow us on social media and add your email to be the first to know!