Seasons 52 Review
Parts of the menu change every week at this innovative restaurant that serves different foods at different times of year, depending on what's in season. Meals here tend to be healthful (butter is banned) yet hearty and very flavorful. The beef and black bean chili starter is to die for. For an entrée, you might have wood-roasted pork tenderloin with polenta, portobella mushrooms, caramelized cipollini, and roasted onion jus, or caramelized grilled sea scallops with sun-dried tomato–mushroom pearl pasta. An impressive wine list with dozens of selections by the glass complements the menu. For dessert, have mini-indulgence classics like pecan pie, rocky road, carrot cake, and key lime pie served in petite portions. Although the cuisine is haute, the prices are modest—not bad for a snazzy, urbane bistro and wine bar. It has live music nightly to boot. Another Seasons is located in Altamonte Springs.