Friends in from Hawaii, took them to this great place. Food was unbelievable! Could not ask for better service. They went out of their way to make this a fantastic evening. Can't wait to come again! Would recommend this place to everyone.
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We have been there twice - the second time as because we forgot how bad the service was the first time the year before. The food is absolutely wonderful but the service is absolutely terrible. Because the service was so bad we had a horrible...More
For a special occasion, and probably more often if we lived closer - this is a quaint restaurant with a lot of flavor. I loved the "egg noodles" and korean rice bowl. The flavors and careful preparation of the fish (halibut that day) was the...More
Started with a drink at the bar and a nice conversation with the owner. Very pleasant bar girl also. Dinner was really very nice. The food was excellent, as was the service. We are looking forward to a return visit.
Really good modern food, very friendly service, and a fabulous space. Quite a surprise in this part of NY state. We ate there three nights and days in a row. And would do a fourth if we had stayed longer -- didn't get a chance...More
Monday and needed something to eat. Was not disappointed that this place was the only place open to have dinner in Sharon Springs!
My sister & I dined at 204 after a day in Cooperstown. What a rare treat to have gloriously delicious food in a restaurant hitting on all cylinders -caring, warmth of spirit by owner, chef and server and sleek, creative, uplifting decor. We both selected...More
You can't help but smile when you enter 204. The furniture and design are happy, hip and welcoming. Jim, who is one of the owners can usually be found up front while Norm is cooking all the earthy delights in the back. Take a seat...More
This was our 2nd visit to 204 having eaten there a year ago and we were not disappointed. Everything is made from scratch and as local as it can get. Norm, the chef, clearly has a passion for taste. The offerings are eclectic, kind of...More