Sarasota, located on the west coast of Florida, naturally draws people in, thanks to its beautiful beaches, its amazing history in art and design, and its spectacular social scene. Whether you’re searching for the contemporary style of Louie’s Modern or want the artsy-casual of Station 400, you’re more than well equipped for the best brunch ever here in Sarasota.
This restaurant has secured its spot as Sarasota’s specialty restaurant for high end eats. Louie’s Market Brunches are known for their bounty of food and wide selection that’s made to satisfy the most discerning gourmand. Intrepid types will enjoy the Seafood Display, topped high with snow crab legs and shrimp cocktails, while more classic diners will love the house made French toast and fresh fruit.
Lolita Tartine has been the gathering spot for Sarasota’s art world, thanks to its approach to modern French design and modern French cooking. The building’s bright color scheme and cozy dining area gives the sense of a café in Provence, with the menu reflecting high-end Parisian restaurants. When the city’s creators need a pick me up or a whole breakfast plate to start their morning, they head here. No one can turn down spinach, feta, and walnut crepes alongside café au lait and fluffy eggs served alongside croissants.
If there’s any one spot that’s a tribute to Sarasota’s endless creativity, it’s Station 400. Diners get a sense of this when they first enter the restaurant, where the staff will tell them of the building’s origins as a train station. Station 400 keeps its predecessors architecture, offering a combination of old and new that plays out right on their menu. Aficionados crave the cinnamon roll pancakes topped with vanilla bean maple syrup, while the truffle eggs benedict is nothing to pass up as well.
There are endless ways to have fun in Sarasota, and brunch is just the start. From shopping to art galleries to outdoor activities, there’s always something new and exciting here. BLVD Sarasota, a 49-residence luxury condominium project, is currently under construction in the heart of the New Downtown Sarasota, located on the southeast corner of Boulevard of the Arts and Tamiami Trail. It has brought an exciting energy to the city’s vibrant downtown arts district that Sarasota has never seen before, with the new Bay and Quay projects right around the corner.
Floor plans suit every kind of lifestyle, with plans that feature up to 3,900 sq. feet. Starting at 1.9 million, each plan has three bedrooms and up to four and a half bathrooms. From each residence’s terrace, views of the Rosemary District, Sarasota Bay, and the city skyline fill the area. Expansive windows in the great room invite the view into your home, expertly styled with influences from the Modern school of design.
BLVD Sarasota exhibits stunning architecture with panoramic views. Residents are accommodated with a select set of amenities, ranging from a zero-horizon pool that overlooks the city and the bay too large temperature-controlled wine vaults with private lockable showcases on the fifth floor. Located within walking distance of the diverse Rosemary District, and the new bayside projects – The Bay and The Quay. Right around the corner, residents can enjoy Sarasota’s world-class entertainment, museums, art galleries and restaurants it is no wonder why residences nearly halfway sold out.