Fodor's Expert Review Seasons 52
It's hard to believe that a chain restaurant can offer healthful yet hearty and very flavorful food, but the innovative Seasons 52 does just that, with some of its menu changing weekly and with different foods offered at different times of year, depending on what's in season. Nearly everyone orders the flatbread starters, and entrées might include wood-roasted, dry-rubbed pork chop with braised cabbage or caramelized grilled sea scallops with butternut squash and leek risotto, broccolini, and lemon butter. An impressive wine list with dozens of selections by the glass complements the menu. For dessert, indulgent classics like pecan or Key lime pie and carrot cake are 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. The restaurant gets crowded, and even those with reservations may have to wait. But the full menu is available at the first-come-first-served bar.
7700 Sand Lake Rd.
Orlando, Florida 32819, USA
- Waits for tables, even when you have a reservation
- $5 plates and wines during the daily happy hour
- Flatbread starters that are big enough to share
- Entrée salads using seasonal ingredients