Dunwoody >Seasons 52
“The decor is nice.”
“Love the desserts!”
“The bar and atmosphere are impressive when you walk in, but that's where it ends.”
“And the dessert in a shot glass is a great finish to a large meal.”
“Prompt service (and personable;everyone told us "Happy anniversary") and huge wine selection as well.”
“It was nice for once to leave a nice restaurant without feeling totally stuffed.”
“The service was professional and prompt.”
“found the service to be top notch and it exceeded what I've experienced in far more expensive establishments.”
Celebrate with our Spring Menu! Enjoy seasonal dishes including Garlic Pesto Chicken Flatbread, Spring Asparagus and Lump Crab Salad with
Yuzu Vinaigrette, Spring Peas with Shiitakes, Arctic Char Togarashi, and a Strawberry Shortcake Mini Indulgence.
Enjoy a fresh dining experience that celebrates living well at Seasons 52, a fresh grill & wine bar. Our menu is inspired by the seasons and the fresh appeal of the farmer's market. Every week of the year, we strive to feature the freshest ingredients at their peak of ripeness & maximum flavor profile, changing to take advantage of each season's bounty and continually enticing guests to return and experience what's new. Signature items include Cedar Plank Salmon, Garlic Chicken Flatbread, Caramelized Sea Scallops, Wood-Roasted Pork Tenderloin & Oak-Grilled Filet Mignon as well as our award-winning Mini Indulgences. …
Nice Atmosphere - OK Food.
This restaurant is nicely decorated and good service. I only eat fish so I cannot speak about the taste of steaks or chicken.
Fish always tasted good. I am a 120-pound woman and every time I dine here I leave the restaurant hungry. Fish plates are nicely presented with fresh vegetables like carrots and esparragus.
I always enjoy desert after dinner but please do yourself a favor and SKIP!! the desert. They are just terrible. A small piece of cake packed with cream that simply overpowers the taste. Nice atmosphere and service.
Good Portions, Great Taste. I've lived in Atlanta all my life, and have driven by this place (right by perimeter mall) everyday for the last 5 years. I finally stopped to see what al the fuss was about, and the food is outstanding. Portioned just right unlike just about every other restaurant I've ever been to. The inside is really nice (open kitchen, high ceilings with piano bar). I had the veggie platter and it was fresh and outstanding. I would highly recommend them for any nice night out. Date or Girls night approved.
Well, I had heard so many good things, but was really disappointed when I ate there.
The decor is nice, but that's about where it ends. They advertise healthy, "fresh" food. I have been dining out for a long time and can tell the difference between Applebees frozen crap food and fresh from scratch like Houston's or J. Alexander's. I would bet the farm that virtually nothing on this menu is from scratch or "fresh".
I get the lower calorie thing, but seriously, if I spend $30/person on food not counting drinks. I want to leave full, not still hungry. Terrible value!
The server was rude and her attitude was one of superiority. I HATE when servers talk down to me, like I don't know what I'm talking about. If I want to change a side item, it's because that's what I want. If it costs extra, that's fine tell me that. Don't tell me that the entree was designed w/ a specific side in mind. How rediculous! When we asked what was good, we were told the Chili Relleno. Obviously the chef's have never actually tasted a chili relleno to know what it's suppossed to taste like.
pros: dessert shots were pretty good
cons: EVERYTHING ELSE!
The ambiance and decor was wonderful as was the attentive service. But I was given a dirty look when I requested a substitution on the sides. I was informed that all of their dishes were prepared to only be a certain caloric amount.
I ordered a $30 steak and received 5 THIN slices of beef arranged around bland mash potatoes. The steak itself was bland too. Thanks for taking the steps and cutting the steak for me, but for $30, I'm expecting a slab of meat, not something the wind could pick up and fly to Kansas.
The only redeeming food were the desert shots.
Great Food, Good way to stay healthy. They promote that everything on the menu is below a certain calorie count, so I was a little hesitant to the quality and taste of the food. But suprisingly...it was REALLY great! We ordered the shrimp chipotle flat bread for an appetizer and was not disappointed. I ordered scallops for lunch and it was really good and very good portioned. Later they bring this huge desert tray filled with shot glasses, at first I thought it was complimentary but I guess that's part of their push..get it in front of you and it's hard to say no. They're all shot glass size, so it's just enough to get your fill and all were sinfully good. It's not about taking away taste, it's all portion control here. Very good place.
Great Lo-Cal Gourmet Meal.
Seasons 52 is a great location for a business lunch while maintaining a healthy eating lifestyle. Choices range from pork tenderloin and salmon to margherita flatbreads.
They also have up-scale "comfort food" like a Burger (turkey burger) and awesome lo-cal "dessert shots" to top it off.
dr nightlife on a date. dr nightlife gets his evening started on a date with twins,yes he was seen with two latino twins,dr nightlife,had one on each arm as the camerars were rolling,the food was good,and the piano bar was in full swing,dr nightlife step out side to smoke a cigar,yes its true he was seen kissing both girls at once
good food and healthy!. this is a good place if you are health conscious and still want something tasty. flat breads are delicious and the filet is excellent. also ive had the salmon which is really good too. definately worth a try!
Avoid this over polished Red Lobster like the plague. To preface my statements I would like to add that this was my last visit to Seasons 52. I've been coming here since they first opened in 2006. My wife and I had been here at least two dozen times over the past two years. Since sometime in mid 2007 she and I had noticed what would appear to be a steady decline in level of quality and service. The food which was once beautifully prepared now looked as if it was thrown together on the plate by a short order cook at IHOP. They service staff went from professional, healthly looking and polished to over weight and inexperienced. I know its not a fine dining experience but at one time most of the senior servers were absolutely fantastic at their job. Now servers that have waited on me recently can't seem to get me out of the door quick enough to get my money. I am extremely disappointed with both the Management Staff and their corporate Partner Darden. Jay Clarke was once an engaging, friendly, and extremely hospitable person. We used to feel like we came into his house for dinner and he always wanted to make sure we enjoyed every bite. The food as of late has tasted extremely salty and more preserved than ever. It makes me question their seasonally inspired tag line. Well my rant is over. I would highly advise you go elsewhere. They are quickly becoming just another neighborhood Red Lobster or Olive Garden. Well done Darden, you've lost yet another guest because you are more concerned about the bottom line instead of guest satisfaction.
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