To celebrate a birthday we made the trek to Bloomington and ate at Station Two-Twenty. It was all-around fantastic!
Our overall rating was 4.81 Stars (out of 5 stars).
Here's how that breaks down:
Family Friendly: 4 Stars Awhile ago we took our whole family for lunch. They accommodated us well and were very hospitable. The reason for a 4 Star rating is now that they are only open for dinner it would be pretty pricey to take a family.
Menu: 5 Stars It had plenty of great choices, but was simple enough to not be overwhelming.
Taste of the Food: 5 Stars Mmmmm... So Good!
Appearance of the Food: 5 Stars Everything looked great. The presentation was awesome.
Restrooms: 4.5 Stars The only knock-down here is that the guys bathroom is set up a little awkward, although they did the best they could in an old fire station.
Atmosphere: 5 Stars Speaking of old fire station, this is a really cool place. They also had bright pictures from their farm all around the restaurant.
Service: 5 Stars Everyone, not just our waiter, was focused on meeting our needs, be it new silverware or refilling glasses of water.
Ethical/Sustainable: 5 Stars Most of what they served came from their farm. They didn't have specific percentages, but at the time we visited all of the produce was from their farm and everything else was as local as it could be.
Pricing: $20-$30 a dinner entree.