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American Seasons

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American Seasons Review

Picture a farmhouse gone sexy: That's the mood—wholesome yet seductive—at this candlelit hideaway decorated with Rufus Porter–style murals. Chef Michael LaScola works with a half-dozen island farms to fashion locavore repasts of surpassing artistry. Highlights of his be-here-now menu include seared day-boat scallops with fried green tomatoes and lemon confit, and oven-roasted guinea hen with sweet corn velouté and foie gras jus. The patio bar draws aficionados eager to sample the rich array, piecemeal.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed mid-Dec.–mid-Apr. No lunch.
Updated: 11-13-2013

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    Seductive and sublime

    Lovely ambience and good service! I was fortunate enough to be treated to a complimentary, four course meal with wine. I had the Braised Wolfe Neck Farm Beef Cheek with accompaniments. Definitely a well presented and flavourful meal.

    by Melina, 6/16/08
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    Overrated

    The service was extremely poor with an un-polished cocky frat boy as our server. The appetizers tasted old with stale components. We had one good meal, the cowboy steak, yet the rest were average tourist-trap type food. The wine list was good. I would not reccommend this place if you are expecting quality.

    by sophie110, 10/5/07

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