Chef/owner Eric Bein shows that serious chefs can do wonders to the usual tropes of breakfast fare if they put their minds to it at Station 400. The converted historic train station building features a wrap-around veranda and a big courtyard out back, a great foil for his interesting takes on oatmeal - packed with infused cream and loads of natural goodies - or french toast layered with perfectly seared foie gras. Children will enjoy watching a model train run around a track above the tables.
400 N Lemon Ave
Sarasota, FL 34236
Station 400 restaurant is housed in an 1850s-era railroad depot that was shipped, piece by piece, from Indiana and rebuilt, piece by piece, in the Rosemary District of Sarasota. Whether all of this was worth the time and money I will leave for others to decide, but I can report that the food is quite good, the prices reasonable (except for the $4 small glass of orange juice) and the service friendly and attentive. ... Click here for full review
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