Taste Test: Station 4
BYT at large | Sep 25, 2014 | 11:30AM |

By Priya Konings

Fall isn’t a-coming anymore, it has arrived, and your days of dining outdoors in 2014 will soon come to an end. Now that I have instilled a sense of panic in you, I encourage you to go and eat at every restaurant with an outdoor patio in the city (except today, it’s ugly outside today)!

Not to be overlooked is the southwest waterfront’s Station 4, which has a charming outdoor patio and delicious, seasonal modern American cuisine. Even if you can’t snag a seat outdoors, the food is as good in the attractive dining room as it is on the patio, with a series of enticing appetizers, pizzas, entrees, and desserts.

Those in need of food recommendations should consider the following: crostini is perfect for sharing and comes on crunchy, satisfying French baguette; the burrata salad is a dreamy plate of pillowy burrata and seasonal vegetables, drizzled in a simple, classic olive oil dressing; pasta is succulent and fragrant with saffron and crispy asparagus; pizzas are served on crust that is burnt in just the right spots; and desserts are all a win.

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Enjoy wine from the extensive wine list; or get a jalapeno margarita. The jalapeno infused tequila has a serious kick that will make your taste buds dance.

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Also, consider coming for bottomless brunch deal. $30 gets you all-you-can-drink mimosas and bloody marys, as well as one brunch entrée. As you know, boozy brunches are our religion at BYT, and this is one more that we endorse whole-heartedly.

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