• Seasons 52

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Serves meat, vegan options available. A more upscale restaurant chain that offers wine pairing with meals and proposes to serve food that's lower in calories. Menu is predominately non-veg but staff will modify the marked vegetarian items and you could also ask for the separate vegan list. Sample choices include whole roasted cauliflower appetizer, chopped Greek salad (without the feta), and the vegetable tasting entree (without the cheese). Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-11:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-12:00am, Sun 11:00am-10:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by Jaiprem


Points +1042

30 Jun 2023

Upscale Vegan

A vegan menu and knowledgeable waitstaff make an evening out very enjoyable and stress-free. Grilled artichokes and hummus, oh my yum! I might order double next time. Roasted veggie gnocchi, is delicious. Would have loved a vegan dessert, but the fruit was a nice way to end my meal.

Pros: Vegan menu, Wonderful atmosphere, Delicious



Points +86

01 Feb 2020

Excellent service, tasty food

Had an excellent dinner here with my family. Ordered the mushroom flatbread with no cheese and the vegetable gnocchi, both of which were so tasty! We were celebrating our engagement and they brought out complimentary champagne at the end. A experience.

Pros: Separate Vegan Menu, Excellent Service, Great cocktails


Points +48

15 Apr 2018


The waitress offered a vegan menu to me and even had some bread freshly made with my appetizer to ensure there was not an egg wash on it. Their hummus was PHENOMENAL! And I ordered the vegetable taster and it was to die for! Little pricey, but worth it!!

Pros: friendly staff, great food, vegan menu

Cons: price


Points +71

15 Jul 2017

Not quite as advertised

Seasons 52 has a separate printed vegan menu which sounds encouraging but in reality is just a few of their regular menu dishes with (remove cheese), (remove aioli and cheese), etc. So what you're left with is very pricy bland vegetables. There is no effort to have a conceptualized vegan dish. It's no different than going to any other regular restaurant and making up your dinner by ordering a few sides.

Pros: Aware that people want plant based cuisine

Cons: Corporate chefs have not created anything that wou


Points +196

14 Aug 2016

"Big Restaurant" trying to do better.

Seasons 52 is owned by the Darden restaurant group--the same people that own Olive Garden--but you'd never know it to walk into Seasons 52. Their menu features some veggie items (clearly marked), and the staff was happy to accommodate my vegan needs by turning veggie into vegan. Seasons 52 was perfect for a high end dining experience for a family of multivores, and we'll definitely return.

Pros: seasonal menu, clearly marked veggie items, willingness to make veggie items vegan

Cons: pricy, portions on the smaller side

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