Three years after announcing their intention to turn a historic train station [GMap] into a sports bar, the team behind Ferg’s Depot will finally be open for business. Click HERE for more of the back story of the space or HERE for an early photo tour.

Ferg’s Depot is comprised of five buildings that were once part of the old Church Street Station built in 1889. The new venue features an upscale restaurant and bar, main dining room, outdoor oyster bar, two separate additional bar rooms, and outdoor seating along the platforms.

The market that will feature fresh fish, aged steaks, a retail store, and spirits-sipping room are still being completed.

The grand opening celebration begins at 5 p.m. this Friday, January 29. Free beer will be served for the first hour, followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony at 6 p.m. featuring Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.

Ferg’s representative Matt Alexander has informed us that 150 kegs have been delivered and are already cooling in their outdoor storage container unit. There are 26 beers on tap, with assorted craft options. A custom DOBEL tequila barrel with a special batch of tequila made just for Ferg’s will also be available at $5 a shot.

The space features 36 televisions spread out across the multiple bars in the station.

Ferg’s  is currently hiring for all positions, including servers, bartenders, cooks, and hostesses.

Contact Ferg’s at [email protected] or 1 727-822-4562 for more information.




Photos via Ferg’s Depot


Brendan O'Connor

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