Seasons 52 is a casually sophisticated fresh grill and wine bar that invites you to discover the sensational flavors of our seasonally inspired menu. ... More
Seasons 52 is a casually sophisticated fresh grill and wine bar that invites you to discover the sensational flavors of our seasonally inspired menu. At Seasons 52, you'll enjoy a warm, welcoming ambiance with rich mahogany accents, custom built wine cellars, and lush greenery that create an air of casual sophistication. With an award-winning international wine list of over 100 wines, of which 60 are available by the glass, we will find the perfect match to complement your menu selection. Our restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily, with extended hours on the weekend. We also feature live entertainment at our piano bar nightly. If you are searching for a place to host your next group function, look no further. Seasons 52 is the perfect setting for your private or semi-private event. Together we will create the event of the season! For more information, visit www.Seasons52.com. Become a fan of Seasons 52 on Facebook at www.facebook.com/seasons52.
I have been here many times, and every time has been a great experience. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing and although the look and feel is upscale and expensive, it is very reasonably priced. The average menu item is about $9-$12. Great wine selection. When it's not cold or windy, ask to be seated in the patio for the lake view.
Seasons 52, a health conscious, calorie counting fresh take on seasonal flavors and great wine. Among restaurants that seek to dazzle with bells and whistles, this sophisticated chain just delivers. Their philosophy speaks volume on a plate, in a glass, and with service. Here is one of those restaurants where smaller independent restaurants aspire to be when they grow up. Most, if not everything, is executed with precise perfection. It is almost disgustingly clinical. If there was a flaw in being perfect. But this is what a perfectly executed concept feels like.
The grand open dining room and kitchen invokes a sense a space connecting with air.Warm wood tones embrace gently to connect nature. An ambiance of clear, clean, open, healthy dining. Good living.
Chicken Curry “Mulligatawny” Soup with basmati rice was very mild sweet flavored with a nice balance of spices.
Smoked Alaskan Sockeye Salmon on Crisp Lavosh slivered red onions, dill sour cream deliciously cured salmon with the right amount of salt not too overpowering, nice crispness of the lavosh.
Grilled snapper over corn risotto, haricots, verts, spicy tomato broth A perfectly grilled, juicy, tender, piece of goodness. Nice balance of textures, flavors, and colors.
Grilled Chipotle Chicken Skewers with spicy BBQ sauce, summer corn, and organic mixed greens salad Plum, tender, flavorful, juicy skewers of chicken; mild BBQ sauce, fresh crisp greens. Summer on a plate.
Paso O Paso Verdejo, La Mancha 09/10 Light, bright gold. Spicy lemon and lime aromas, gentle mineral notes, which finishes with a snap of crispness. This 100% Verdejo is a little lighter than a Sauvignon Blanc and is the perfect summer drinking wine.
Selbach-Oster Bernkasteler Badstude, Riesling, Auslese, Mosel 06 Honey on the nose with scents of nectarines and pineapple. Very enjoyable simply to smell! This is quite sweet with a creamy finish that lingers slowly.
Key Lime Pie Rich creamy, bursting with lime flavor.
Raspberry Cannoli Creamy with not so crisp wafer.
It is always a pleasure to dine here. There are not many surprises. Food, service, and physical layout all compliments each other. Except the wine list. Of course with a Master Sommelier at the helm, it is by nature an oenological delight
Excellent food and everything on the menu is low in calories, even dessert! Great atmosphere and good service! I recommend sitting outside for the best view (weather permitting) and trying the cedar plank salmon and carrot cake for dessert.
Group of 5 - made reservations and walked right in when we arrived. Beautiful, organic feel to diningroom. Food was amazing! We all tried different entrees, and no one felt cheated. I had the red trout - moist and flavorful. Only ordered Parm Flatbread appetizer - deliciously seasoned and crispy. Save room for dessert(s)! Pecan/vanilla and Rocky Road are excellent choices! Prices better than Mickey's resorts! Only complaint: Table near us grew increasingly louder with each round of drinks. Left earlier b/c of them.
We had a wonderful meal at Seasons 52 in Orlando with my daughter and her boyfriend. The best part of the meal is the restaurant lends itself to having a long, lingering and relaxing meal...you are not rushed. The service was excellent and our server gave us a wonderful introduction to the restaurant and the menu. We all enjoyed our meal. I ordered scallops and they were the best I have ever had. They were served with asparagus and risotto that was flavored just right. I also ordered a artichoke to share with everyone and a glass of Pinot Noir wine. The meal was complete with a very small dessert served in a shot glass and a cup of coffee to sip on. We had a wonderful time and highly recommend for a special night on the town with people you love. Reservations are required and need to be made early in the week.
Seasons 52 is the new chain from the guys who brought us Fridays, Olive Garden and Red Lobster, but it's nothing like those other Darden restaurants. It is a dining EXPERIENCE! They have great, healthy food. They have an amazing wine selection. There is no shortage of cool things to say about Seasons 52, but the best part of the place is the desserts.... 9 different shot-glass sized desserts so you can have key lime pie, creme brulee, and fresh berries and cream all without having guilt pangs over the calories.
One caution ...Wednesday nights are ladies nights here. If you're married or taken, enter with caution. There are a lot of aggressive females around the bar between 8 PM and 11 PM looking for available millionaires from nearby Bay Hill, Isleworth, Turtle Creek, and Phillips Landing.
Our first visit with only 2 of our children was great. They loved it and we loved the food service, atmosphere, etc.
Last night's visit was not the same.
We like to be very punctual and were going to be 5 minutes late, so we called on our way to the restaurant as a courtesy. We were told by the hostess only that our table would be first available. So much for our happy moods. When we arrived 5 minutes late, we were seated right away anyway.
We sat on the terrace which is a wonderful setting. the waiter happily took our wine order but had no patience for our kids' change of order during the order process with an obvious display of disgust for them.
The food took a long time and when it arrived the shrimp pomodoro tasted like it had been prepared the day before and maintained under a warmer. The tuna steak was seared, but cold as well. We were asked how we liked our orders when we were practically finished. The food value we received for our $165 dinner was poor.
It is a great restaurant concept, but doesn't always make the mark. I always appreciate the extra effort it takes to wait on children and adjust my tippinng accordingly. However, for a restaurant that is in the shadow of the Magic Kingdom, impatience for children (and ours, at age 7, 11, and 12, were reasonably well behaved) of the nature we experienced is inexcusable.
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