Looks like we may have the answer to our "what should replace Marianella's" question from earlier this month.
A QR scanner code appeared on the window in the former restaurant, as well as a pair of Department of Buildings work orders last week.
One quick pass with a QR scanner revealed that the former mexican restaurant will soon be transformed into "Station House," a "gastropub, beer hall and whiskey den."
More than 200 people had already scanned the code, revealing the upcoming restaurant's bare-bones website, which did not have an opening date.
Readers at Forest Hills' "Edge of the City" blog were split on the revelation, with some concerned that the beer hall could encourage overconsumption. Others said that Station House could be a shot in the arm for a flagging social scene in the area.
Station House isn't the only place opening in the area with an eye on giving entertainment-starved residents a place to hang out and drink some good beer.
Jack and Nellie's, which opened earlier this month, is a wine bar that is already turning some heads.
Are you excited for a Forest Hills beer hall? Let us know in the comments.