Craft Beer. Cider House. Boardwalk Food.
On the Corner of the Lake.

Endion today.

All Aboard!!! Historic Endion Station starts on a new track.

Endion Station Public House features Fitger's Brewhouse craft beer, an expansive craft cider tap list, craft cocktails, select wines, and a casual menu featuring sliders, gourmet hotdogs, flatbread pizzas, and ice cream. Its large deck features an eye-level view of Lake Superior with full table-side service. Endion Station served as a rail road depot in the late 1800s, gorgeously constructed in the Richardsonian Romenesque architectural style from brick and locally quarried brownstone. Located on the shoreline of Lake Superior just off Duluth's famous Lakewalk, Endion Station is an ideal stop-off from a day of adventuring with friends and family.

Endion historic photos.

Our commitment to Endion’s restoration.

Built in 1899 by architect I. Vernon Hill, Endion Station is a historic Duluth train depot originally built to serve the Endion community that would later become part of Duluth. Endion Station served passenger traffic until 1961 and freight until 1978, and was officially placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Originally located at the corner of South Street and 15th Avenue East, this Richardsonian Romanesque building was relocated to Canal Park in 1986 when Interstate 35 was extended along the shore of Lake Superior.

In 2012, the city of Duluth placed the building up for sale and was acquired by Fitger's Brewhouse parent company Just Take Action, Inc. Across the company, an emphasis has been placed on the use and restoration of historic buildings. This has been seen with Just Take Action, Inc.'s restoration of Duluth's Old City Hall, having won 2012's Adaptive Reuse Award from the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. Just Take Action, Inc. hopes to preserve the historic exterior of Endion Station and restore community use of the building.