New Eatery is Community Approved

Fresh ingredients and homemade foods found at Station 702

At the intersection where the Stuart, Douglas and Northside neighborhoods meet sits Station 702, a new fast casual breakfast and lunch eatery.

The restaurant opened in September, and owner Brad Loomis says it has had “an absolutely phenomenal response” from the community.

Loomis and his business partner, Jason Newton, are focused on homemade foods using fresh ingredients. For new Station 702 visitors, Loomis has several recommendations: the breakfast flatbread, the breakfast burritos and one of his personal favorites, the Barbeque Brisket Scramble.

“It’s a smoked beef brisket that we caramelize in a pan with onions, scrambled eggs and spuds, which are chunked potatoes, and it’s topped with barbecue sauce and cheese,” he says. “I haven’t had anyone who’s been disappointed in it.”

Station 702 is at 702 Douglas Ave. and open 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. For more information, visit Station702.com.