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Shea Station: Perfect place to run in and grab a coffee and a snack—or sit and enjoy this historic gateway to Pelham
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When you walk into Shea Station, you are hit with the aroma of fresh baked goods and brewing coffee. The interior is the perfect atmosphere for a work session with its modern and minimalistic feel. The windows bring in plenty of natural lighting, which also creates the ambiance for reading a book or catching up with friends.

Shea serves a variety of coffee and tea drinks, juices and smoothies, and pastries. I ordered the matcha latte with honey. It was flavorful and blended well. I also tried a blueberry muffin and was given the option for it to be warmed up, which made it fresher and cakier. Another delicious pastry is the everything croissant filled with cream cheese. The everything seasoning on top and the flakiness of the croissant made it appetizing and filling. I would also recommend the chocolate croissant warmed up. The rich chocolate was a treat.

Since it’s in the Pelham train station, Shea’s coffee is served efficiently to make it easier for hurried commuters to catch their trains. The grab-and-go drip coffee station is perfect for when you are running to make your train. Take a cup, fill it and pay, and you are all set.

Shea Station is a welcoming cafe with delectable coffee and treats, a place to get something on the go or to sit and relax at the tables.


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Kate Gristina, Senior Editor
Kate Gristina is a Junior at Pelham Memorial High School. She plays the flute and participates in volleyball as well. Kate is the Vice President of the French Club and she loves reading. Kate is excited to write for the Examiner.

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