A new breakfast eatery is coming to Lakewood Ranch Main Street.
Station 400, a unique breakfast and lunch restaurant in downtown Sarasota, will take over the space formerly occupied by the Serving Spoon restaurant.
Owner and Chef Eric Bein said he hopes to have his second location open by Nov. 1, if not sooner.
"We'll have our work cut out for us," Bein said of giving the new location Station 400's unique personality.
The restaurant is known for its simple, yet unique menu, which includes items such as truffle eggs benedict and croissant French toast.
For more information about the restaurant, visit www.station400.com.
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