Atlanta >Seasons 52
my first review. i liked it a lot!!
Favorite New Location. I went here last week with my wife and had a great time. The service was pretty much perfect and the energy was great. We went on a friday night and it was pretty busy, but luckily we didn't have much of a wait. I had the halibut special and it was incredible, and my wife had the lamb, you gotta try it. Great restaurant!
Our Favorite. We love the foot, ambiance, wines, change of seasons and, of cource, desserts are the best. We probably eat that this restaurant at least 2 time a month, if not more.
Tis' The Season for the Finest Ingredients. I finally made it to Seasons 52, what a beautifully designed restaurant! A warm and very inviting atmosphere! There's jazz to soothe your soul, a bar and restaurant to please even the most challenging critic. The menu is great, keeping in mind folks with special diets, healthy eating habits(menus offers low sodium dishes) there's no fried food here, just grilled to perfection. The menu changes with the seasons, so you get the freshest ingredients. The food was seasoned well, cooked with care and the flat bread is DA BOMB! Yes, I had dessert....just the right portions, they come in small glass that resemble liquor shot glasses. If you're looking for heavy, fatty food, calories more than 478...this is not the place for you. I recommend these dishes: Grilled Chicken Citron, Cedar Planked Roasted Salmon, Strawberry Mango Cheesecake, Old-Fashioned Carrot Cake. Rejuvenate your tastebud, try a new sensation...fresh food at Seasons 52....see you there, I'm a regular now!
Always a total delight. Great atmosphere...I especially love the bar area and piano man. The menu is excellent. The flatbreads are always a favorite. I've had most of the menu items and have never been disappointed. The staff is always friendly and helpful (esp. Channing). The person who said the filet wasn't good must be crazy or used to eating at Ponderosa. I've had Seasons' filet a few times, and it is always cooked perfectly and as tender as butter. Don't forgot try a mini dessert before you leave.
Seasonal grill lands in Buckhead with a fresh, healthier take on casual dining..
Mahogany, slate, subdued wall lighting and foliage accents enhance a great open space loosely separated into three sections: piano and bar, dining area with tables and booths, and a kitchen behind glass dividers. The feel is intimate and contemporary; the noise is low. The attentive staff answers questions about the fat, carbohydrate and protein content of any dish. Banished are fatty rolls and butter, replaced with a spray of olive oil and inventive appetizers: roasted eggplant-Parmesan flatbread with tomato pesto and sushi-grade peppercorn crusted ahi tuna. The grilled Pacific Opah steak entree from Argentina arrives moist and tender, garnished with tomato pasta pearls. Cubed mesquite-barbecue turkey with French pear chutney and wild rice blends sweet and spicy. Even desserts are no-guilt, three-ounce "mini-indulgences": carrot cake and blueberry-lemon cheesecake.
five stars I'll be back. My boyfriend and I had made reservations for february 13th @ 6:45. The valet was prompt and accurate. As we entered the dimly lit restaurant we were immediately seated. Our server Riuana was a very friendly and knowledgable person. I wasn't very familiar with the wine list. I explained to riuana what I was hoping to taste she knew exactly what i wanted. My food was delicious. My filet was so tender and flavorful it didn't require the tamarind sauce that was provided and the taramisu was extremely indulging. This is the perfect restaurant for family and friends to enjoy. thank you seasons52. I will definetly be returning.
Never Been Disappointed. I have been to Seasons 52 on three separate occasions and have never been disappointed. The entrees and appetizers are excellent. The seasoning is just perfect. My favorite dish is the penne pasta with the mushrooms and chicken. The sauce is very good. The mini desserts are the perfect size. I want to try them all! I walk out of the restaurant feeling satisfied but not stuffed.
Best service I ever had. This is the first time I have ever written a review for a restaurant, but that is just how great it was!! I just wanted to get out there how not only was the food wonderful, but the service was impeccable. I have never been to a restaurant that was truly there to take care of you, and that is just what they did. It shocked me and amazed me at how great our evening was. I definetly recommend it, as well as the key lime pie dessert in a shot glass.
Nice concept...not enough flavor. My husband & I are fairly health conscious people, so we were excited to try out the low cal food concept. I was not impressed at all. I had hallibut over sweet corn rissoto. The fish was dry and overcooked, but the rissoto was very nice. The red pepper sauce was more like watery tomato sauce, and then there was some spinach around the side. The whole dish was screaming for seasoning - I can't remember the last time I salted my food at a restaurant. My husband had the tamarind glazed turkey skewer, which had a lot more flavor and came with a nice pearl pasta and a side of chutney. This was a better way to go and was a unique and tasty dish. We both had salads - the house was bland, though had roasted pumpkin seeds for an interesting change. I greatly enjoyed my spinach salad, with a very nice blue cheese. The wine selection was extensive, especially by the glass options. Then came the little dessert tray. They show you all the options and you can take what you like. We were pleased overall with the desserts, but I wouldn't say any one stood out. All like little parfaits really. I think there are a lot nicer places to spend $70 on dinner, and since we're health conscious at home, I'd rather have flavor when I go out. Service was VERY slow and not impressive either. Definately make a reservation.
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