Seasons 52

★★★★☆
Try One Of Our New Handcrafted Flatbreads Today! Perfectly Paired With A Master Sommelier Wine Flight For Only $15!
  • 90 Perimeter Center W

    Dunwoody, GA 30346

    Map & Directions
  • 770-671-0052

About Seasons 52

Hours
Monday - Sunday 11:30am - 10pm; Friday and Saturday 11:30am - 11pm

Food

Food
More choices in Dunwoody:
Resultset_next

Chops Lobster Bar

70 West Paces Ferry Atlanta, GA

Resultset_next

Fogo De Chao Churrascaria

3101 Piedmont Rd Atlanta, GA

3.8929 28
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Seasons 52 was?
Write a Review
.

Free valet parking

1
★★★☆☆

Free valet parking

.

This restaurant is nicely decorated and good service. I only eat fish so I cannot speak about the taste of steaks or chicken.\r
Fish always tasted good. I am a 120-pound woman and every time I dine here I leave the restaurant hungry. Fish plates are nicely presented with fresh vegetables like carrots and esparragus.\r
I always enjoy desert after dinner but please do yourself a favor and SKIP!! the desert. They are just terrible. A small piece of cake packed with cream that simply overpowers the taste. Nice atmosphere and service.

1
★★☆☆☆

This restaurant is nicely decorated and good service. I only eat fish so I cannot speak about the taste of steaks or chicken.\r
Fish always tasted good. I am a 120-pound woman and every time I dine here I leave the restaurant hungry. Fish plates are nicely presented with fresh vegetables like carrots and esparragus.\r
I always enjoy desert after dinner but please do yourself a favor and SKIP!! the desert. They are just terrible. A small piece of cake packed with cream that simply overpowers the taste. Nice atmosphere and service.

.

I've lived in Atlanta all my life, and have driven by this place (right by perimeter mall) everyday for the last 5 years. I finally stopped to see what al the fuss was about, and the food is outstanding. Portioned just right unlike just about every other restaurant I've ever been to. The inside is really nice (open kitchen, high ceilings with piano bar). I had the veggie platter and it was fresh and outstanding. I would highly recommend them for any nice night out. Date or Girls night approved.

2
★★★★★

I've lived in Atlanta all my life, and have driven by this place (right by perimeter mall) everyday for the last 5 years. I finally stopped to see what al the fuss was about, and the food is outstanding. Portioned just right unlike just about every other restaurant I've ever been to. The inside is really nice (open kitchen, high ceilings with piano bar). I had the veggie platter and it was fresh and outstanding. I would highly recommend them for any nice night out. Date or Girls night approved.

.

Well, I had heard so many good things, but was really disappointed when I ate there.\r
The decor is nice, but that's about where it ends. They advertise healthy, ""fresh"" food. I have been dining out for a long time and can tell the difference between Applebees frozen crap food and fresh from scratch like Houston's or J. Alexander's. I would bet the farm that virtually nothing on this menu is from scratch or ""fresh"". \r
I get the lower calorie thing, but seriously, if I spend $30/person on food not counting drinks. I want to leave full, not still hungry. Terrible value! \r
The server was rude and her attitude was one of superiority. I HATE when servers talk down to me, like I don't know what I'm talking about. If I want to change a side item, it's because that's what I want. If it costs extra, that's fine tell me that. Don't tell me that the entree was designed w/ a specific side in mind. How rediculous! When we asked what was good, we were told the Chili Relleno. Obviously the chef's have never actually tasted a chili relleno to know what it's suppossed to taste like.\r
pros: dessert shots were pretty good\r
cons: EVERYTHING ELSE!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Well, I had heard so many good things, but was really disappointed when I ate there.\r
The decor is nice, but that's about where it ends. They advertise healthy, ""fresh"" food. I have been dining out for a long time and can tell the difference between Applebees frozen crap food and fresh from scratch like Houston's or J. Alexander's. I would bet the farm that virtually nothing on this menu is from scratch or ""fresh"". \r
I get the lower calorie thing, but seriously, if I spend $30/person on food not counting drinks. I want to leave full, not still hungry. Terrible value! \r
The server was rude and her attitude was one of superiority. I HATE when servers talk down to me, like I don't know what I'm talking about. If I want to change a side item, it's because that's what I want. If it costs extra, that's fine tell me that. Don't tell me that the entree was designed w/ a specific side in mind. How rediculous! When we asked what was good, we were told the Chili Relleno. Obviously the chef's have never actually tasted a chili relleno to know what it's suppossed to taste like.\r
pros: dessert shots were pretty good\r
cons: EVERYTHING ELSE!

.

The ambiance and decor was wonderful as was the attentive service. But I was given a dirty look when I requested a substitution on the sides. I was informed that all of their dishes were prepared to only be a certain caloric amount.
I ordered a $30 steak and received 5 THIN slices of beef arranged around bland mash potatoes. The steak itself was bland too. Thanks for taking the steps and cutting the steak for me, but for $30, I'm expecting a slab of meat, not something the wind could pick up and fly to Kansas.
The only redeeming food were the desert shots.

0
★☆☆☆☆

The ambiance and decor was wonderful as was the attentive service. But I was given a dirty look when I requested a substitution on the sides. I was informed that all of their dishes were prepared to only be a certain caloric amount.
I ordered a $30 steak and received 5 THIN slices of beef arranged around bland mash potatoes. The steak itself was bland too. Thanks for taking the steps and cutting the steak for me, but for $30, I'm expecting a slab of meat, not something the wind could pick up and fly to Kansas.
The only redeeming food were the desert shots.

Pros: Ambiance, decor

Cons: food portion

.

They promote that everything on the menu is below a certain calorie count, so I was a little hesitant to the quality and taste of the food. But suprisingly...it was REALLY great! We ordered the shrimp chipotle flat bread for an appetizer and was not disappointed. I ordered scallops for lunch and it was really good and very good portioned. Later they bring this huge desert tray filled with shot glasses, at first I thought it was complimentary but I guess that's part of their push..get it in front of you and it's hard to say no. They're all shot glass size, so it's just enough to get your fill and all were sinfully good. It's not about taking away taste, it's all portion control here. Very good place.

2
★★★★★

They promote that everything on the menu is below a certain calorie count, so I was a little hesitant to the quality and taste of the food. But suprisingly...it was REALLY great! We ordered the shrimp chipotle flat bread for an appetizer and was not disappointed. I ordered scallops for lunch and it was really good and very good portioned. Later they bring this huge desert tray filled with shot glasses, at first I thought it was complimentary but I guess that's part of their push..get it in front of you and it's hard to say no. They're all shot glass size, so it's just enough to get your fill and all were sinfully good. It's not about taking away taste, it's all portion control here. Very good place.

Pros: Food, ambience, calorie friendly

.

I have had lunch here. It is upscale business lunch type of restaurant. Good food. A little expensive for daily lunch.

5
★★★★★

I have had lunch here. It is upscale business lunch type of restaurant. Good food. A little expensive for daily lunch.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

.

Seasons 52 is a great location for a business lunch while maintaining a healthy eating lifestyle. Choices range from pork tenderloin and salmon to margherita flatbreads.

They also have up-scale ""comfort food"" like a Burger (turkey burger) and awesome lo-cal ""dessert shots"" to top it off.

2
★★★★★

Seasons 52 is a great location for a business lunch while maintaining a healthy eating lifestyle. Choices range from pork tenderloin and salmon to margherita flatbreads.

They also have up-scale ""comfort food"" like a Burger (turkey burger) and awesome lo-cal ""dessert shots"" to top it off.

Pros: Lo-cal options, location, great business spot, atmosphere

.

dr nightlife gets his evening started on a date with twins,yes he was seen with two latino twins,dr nightlife,had one on each arm as the camerars were rolling,the food was good,and the piano bar was in full swing,dr nightlife step out side to smoke a cigar,yes its true he was seen kissing both girls at once

2
★★★★☆

dr nightlife gets his evening started on a date with twins,yes he was seen with two latino twins,dr nightlife,had one on each arm as the camerars were rolling,the food was good,and the piano bar was in full swing,dr nightlife step out side to smoke a cigar,yes its true he was seen kissing both girls at once

Pros: dr nightlife caught enjoying dinner at season 52

.

this is a good place if you are health conscious and still want something tasty. flat breads are delicious and the filet is excellent. also ive had the salmon which is really good too. definately worth a try!

2
★★★★☆

this is a good place if you are health conscious and still want something tasty. flat breads are delicious and the filet is excellent. also ive had the salmon which is really good too. definately worth a try!

Pros: filet is awesome, all food under 475 calories

Cons: a little pricey for the portions

.

To preface my statements I would like to add that this was my last visit to Seasons 52. I've been coming here since they first opened in 2006. My wife and I had been here at least two dozen times over the past two years. Since sometime in mid 2007 she and I had noticed what would appear to be a steady decline in level of quality and service. The food which was once beautifully prepared now looked as if it was thrown together on the plate by a short order cook at IHOP. They service staff went from professional, healthly looking and polished to over weight and inexperienced. I know its not a fine dining experience but at one time most of the senior servers were absolutely fantastic at their job. Now servers that have waited on me recently can't seem to get me out of the door quick enough to get my money. I am extremely disappointed with both the Management Staff and their corporate Partner Darden. Jay Clarke was once an engaging, friendly, and extremely hospitable person. We used to feel like we came into his house for dinner and he always wanted to make sure we enjoyed every bite. The food as of late has tasted extremely salty and more preserved than ever. It makes me question their seasonally inspired tag line. Well my rant is over. I would highly advise you go elsewhere. They are quickly becoming just another neighborhood Red Lobster or Olive Garden. Well done Darden, you've lost yet another guest because you are more concerned about the bottom line instead of guest satisfaction.

0
★☆☆☆☆

To preface my statements I would like to add that this was my last visit to Seasons 52. I've been coming here since they first opened in 2006. My wife and I had been here at least two dozen times over the past two years. Since sometime in mid 2007 she and I had noticed what would appear to be a steady decline in level of quality and service. The food which was once beautifully prepared now looked as if it was thrown together on the plate by a short order cook at IHOP. They service staff went from professional, healthly looking and polished to over weight and inexperienced. I know its not a fine dining experience but at one time most of the senior servers were absolutely fantastic at their job. Now servers that have waited on me recently can't seem to get me out of the door quick enough to get my money. I am extremely disappointed with both the Management Staff and their corporate Partner Darden. Jay Clarke was once an engaging, friendly, and extremely hospitable person. We used to feel like we came into his house for dinner and he always wanted to make sure we enjoyed every bite. The food as of late has tasted extremely salty and more preserved than ever. It makes me question their seasonally inspired tag line. Well my rant is over. I would highly advise you go elsewhere. They are quickly becoming just another neighborhood Red Lobster or Olive Garden. Well done Darden, you've lost yet another guest because you are more concerned about the bottom line instead of guest satisfaction.

Pros: Beautiful Decor

Cons: Valet Parking, Service, Management, Food, and if you can call it music

.

I can't say enough good things about this place. It's in my top 3 I think. Everything I've eaten here (whether off my place or someone at my table) has been delicious. Everything tastes fresh and you feel like you're eating healthy because of how it's prepared. I love the scallops and the pork loin! The little shot glass desserts allow for multiples and not feeling so guilty. Great atmosphere and wine selection. Love it!

2
★★★★★

I can't say enough good things about this place. It's in my top 3 I think. Everything I've eaten here (whether off my place or someone at my table) has been delicious. Everything tastes fresh and you feel like you're eating healthy because of how it's prepared. I love the scallops and the pork loin! The little shot glass desserts allow for multiples and not feeling so guilty. Great atmosphere and wine selection. Love it!

Pros: Great tasting food, top service, awesome selections

Cons: can't find any cons

.

I have visited this beautiful spot many times and I have tried many of their dishes. Overall, the food was wonderful all around. The service was professional and prompt. Keep up the good work Season 52.

2
★★★★★

I have visited this beautiful spot many times and I have tried many of their dishes. Overall, the food was wonderful all around. The service was professional and prompt. Keep up the good work Season 52.

Pros: food and service

.

Reservations recommended but I'm not sure if that system works. Waited 20 minutes even with a reservation via opentable. Jessica, hostess who greeted us, probably needs some etiquette lessons. Norio, our server, was very gracious and attentive throughout our dining experience. Cedar plank atlantic salmon was delicious. Meal accompaniments were satisfactory. Goat cheese (pungent) ravioli is a must for those who have a culinary ambition. Baby spinach salad and Chicken w/Sundried Tomato Flatbread were tasty. Seating was perfect. We could actually hear ourselves speak!

1
★★★☆☆

Reservations recommended but I'm not sure if that system works. Waited 20 minutes even with a reservation via opentable. Jessica, hostess who greeted us, probably needs some etiquette lessons. Norio, our server, was very gracious and attentive throughout our dining experience. Cedar plank atlantic salmon was delicious. Meal accompaniments were satisfactory. Goat cheese (pungent) ravioli is a must for those who have a culinary ambition. Baby spinach salad and Chicken w/Sundried Tomato Flatbread were tasty. Seating was perfect. We could actually hear ourselves speak!

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Reception Service/Etiquette

.

I'd heard this place was good!! Unfortunately, the reviews of my friends were incorrect--- This place is GREAT!!! I can only say I wish I'd visited sooner. The decor is nice. The wine list had a few options I've personally never seen before, so that was good, too. I had the Quail Breast w/ asparagus, pearl onions and mashed sweet potatoes. This was my first time trying quail and I absolutely loved it. My birthday is in a a few days so our server gave me a complimentary dessert. I got the recommended pecan pie and my other choice was the red velvet cake. The pecan pie was just, okay. The red velvet cake was the best I've ever had in life!! Needless to say, I loved this place and I highly recommend it!! Maybe I'll see you there!

2
★★★★★

I'd heard this place was good!! Unfortunately, the reviews of my friends were incorrect--- This place is GREAT!!! I can only say I wish I'd visited sooner. The decor is nice. The wine list had a few options I've personally never seen before, so that was good, too. I had the Quail Breast w/ asparagus, pearl onions and mashed sweet potatoes. This was my first time trying quail and I absolutely loved it. My birthday is in a a few days so our server gave me a complimentary dessert. I got the recommended pecan pie and my other choice was the red velvet cake. The pecan pie was just, okay. The red velvet cake was the best I've ever had in life!! Needless to say, I loved this place and I highly recommend it!! Maybe I'll see you there!

Pros: Red Velvet Cake; Quail breast entree; Wine list

Cons: Wine glass dirty

.

We had to wait an hour for a table on a weeknight so i would reccomend making reservations... once we did get a table... the food was very good... had the cedar plank salmon and turkey skewer. The desserts were also outstanding and the perfect portion.

2
★★★★★

We had to wait an hour for a table on a weeknight so i would reccomend making reservations... once we did get a table... the food was very good... had the cedar plank salmon and turkey skewer. The desserts were also outstanding and the perfect portion.

Pros: Food, Ambiance

Cons: Wait time

.

The concept of this restaurant is great-- everything they serve is under 475 calories, and most of the dishes are excellent. However, after having dined here at least half a dozen times, I will say that the food can be a little inconsistent in terms of taste. Most meals seem to be on par each visit, including the flat breads and scallop entrees, but others like the steaks are ""maybes."" I would recommend sticking with one of the seafood dishes, as they have always been great. And don't forget to order dessert-- every single one is always delicious!!

2
★★★★☆

The concept of this restaurant is great-- everything they serve is under 475 calories, and most of the dishes are excellent. However, after having dined here at least half a dozen times, I will say that the food can be a little inconsistent in terms of taste. Most meals seem to be on par each visit, including the flat breads and scallop entrees, but others like the steaks are ""maybes."" I would recommend sticking with one of the seafood dishes, as they have always been great. And don't forget to order dessert-- every single one is always delicious!!

Pros: Good flavor with low caloric values, DESSERTS!!

Cons: parking, non-seafood dishes

.

Season's 52 serves some mouth watering fusion/contemporary American dishes. I had the Turkey Kebab and it was excellent!! It was healthy, tasty, all well presented. My friends tried the Chicken and they loved it too. Their menu items are seasonal. However, if you go during this season you should definitely try the Turkey or the Chicken. To add ot the great food is the music. They have live Piano music with a great player. Feel free to request for your favorites. I absolutely had a wonderful dinner at Season's 52.

2
★★★★★

Season's 52 serves some mouth watering fusion/contemporary American dishes. I had the Turkey Kebab and it was excellent!! It was healthy, tasty, all well presented. My friends tried the Chicken and they loved it too. Their menu items are seasonal. However, if you go during this season you should definitely try the Turkey or the Chicken. To add ot the great food is the music. They have live Piano music with a great player. Feel free to request for your favorites. I absolutely had a wonderful dinner at Season's 52.

Pros: Excellent food, great service, no hassle parking, great piano music

Cons: Feels like a chain restaurant (as opposed to something trendy)

.

I have no idea what some of these people are talking about. This restaurant is TOPS! Anyone saying they left hungry is reacting to hearing that the food is less than 500 calories. You get PLENTY of FOOD, it's really VERY good and that's the truth....period. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the quail, the flatbreads and the fabulous martini and wine lists. (of course the salmon, scallops, turkey skewers and shrimp weren't too bad either! ) :-) The dessert cordials are just to die for...so very good from the red velvet cake to the AUTHENTIC pecan pie, excellent. Also, ignore the comment about the service being too bubbly...clearly can't please everybody. My friends and I actually have a favorite waitress...but I won't say her name for fear that it will be come even tougher to get a seat in her section. Season's 52 is a wonderful addition to the Atlanta Restaurant scene...thank goodness it's here.

2
★★★★★

I have no idea what some of these people are talking about. This restaurant is TOPS! Anyone saying they left hungry is reacting to hearing that the food is less than 500 calories. You get PLENTY of FOOD, it's really VERY good and that's the truth....period. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the quail, the flatbreads and the fabulous martini and wine lists. (of course the salmon, scallops, turkey skewers and shrimp weren't too bad either! ) :-) The dessert cordials are just to die for...so very good from the red velvet cake to the AUTHENTIC pecan pie, excellent. Also, ignore the comment about the service being too bubbly...clearly can't please everybody. My friends and I actually have a favorite waitress...but I won't say her name for fear that it will be come even tougher to get a seat in her section. Season's 52 is a wonderful addition to the Atlanta Restaurant scene...thank goodness it's here.

Pros: Food, Wine/Martini List, Service, ambience

.

We were in the Perimeter Mall area today, doing some early holiday shopping, when we decided to drop by the new beautiful Season's 52. We never dreamed this place is from the same group that brought us Red Lobster and The Olive Garden. Such a comfortable contemporary California feel plus a comfy fireplace. Stacked stoned accents, soft lighting, and a beautiful leather accented bar. We started with a flat bread appetizer with mozzerella and roasted tomatoes. We both had a seafood entree, and it was less than 500 hundred calories. Very tasty, but we did leave a little hungry. Next time, we will add a desert. Can't wait to go to the new Buckhead location, near our home. Could use more seasoning for taste!

1
★★★☆☆

We were in the Perimeter Mall area today, doing some early holiday shopping, when we decided to drop by the new beautiful Season's 52. We never dreamed this place is from the same group that brought us Red Lobster and The Olive Garden. Such a comfortable contemporary California feel plus a comfy fireplace. Stacked stoned accents, soft lighting, and a beautiful leather accented bar. We started with a flat bread appetizer with mozzerella and roasted tomatoes. We both had a seafood entree, and it was less than 500 hundred calories. Very tasty, but we did leave a little hungry. Next time, we will add a desert. Can't wait to go to the new Buckhead location, near our home. Could use more seasoning for taste!

Pros: Interesting Healthy Food Choices! Professional Service!

Cons: Felt Hungry When We Left!

.

Everything I have had has been really good. If you are ordering wine and there are two of you - better off buying the bottle. Try the desserts.

2
★★★★☆

Everything I have had has been really good. If you are ordering wine and there are two of you - better off buying the bottle. Try the desserts.

Pros: good food

.

Love the healthy food. Everything I have had has been good though sometimes a bit salty. Reccomend scallops or the quail. Love the desserts! Atmosphere is nice in a Houstons/70's kind of way. Servers are ok...tend to bee dull or overly energetic....like Houstons again...but once again the food is great for low-cal and portions are good. When they pour a 15 dollar glass of wine and fill it about 3/4 full it is Really annoying. Besides that I would reccommend it highly...especially for lunch.

2
★★★★☆

Love the healthy food. Everything I have had has been good though sometimes a bit salty. Reccomend scallops or the quail. Love the desserts! Atmosphere is nice in a Houstons/70's kind of way. Servers are ok...tend to bee dull or overly energetic....like Houstons again...but once again the food is great for low-cal and portions are good. When they pour a 15 dollar glass of wine and fill it about 3/4 full it is Really annoying. Besides that I would reccommend it highly...especially for lunch.

Pros: Low calorie and delicious

Cons: wine glass is never poured full

.

I recently had the pleasure of dining at Seasons 52 for the first time. It was quite crowded for 8 PM on a week night, however, they were able to quickly accomodate us. I found the service to be top notch and it exceeded what I've experienced in far more expensive establishments. They have a massive wine menu (they actually have two...depending on the $$ you want to spend). One of the things that impressed me most about this restaurant was the fact that their offerings vary widely in price. This was true not only for the wine, but also for the appetizer selections. Our flat bread appetizer was scrumtous and my salmon was perfect. I really liked the unique vegetable offering available with entrees (on the night I was there, it was a roasted Bosch pear, french cut green beans, and a cranberry chutney). Be sure to save room for desert. Their deserts are very small and a great individual portion size (excellent for those on a diet who are always trying to find someone to 'share' with them). If you're hungry from more, you can have more than one (they have about 10 different types of desert availalbe) Servers use PDA's to communicate orders to the kithen. My server told me that she could even tell me the nutritional content of any item on the menu. I didn't bother to find out, but thought it was cool to have the option. Overall, I highly recommend this restaurant and am looking forward to returning again soon.

2
★★★★★

I recently had the pleasure of dining at Seasons 52 for the first time. It was quite crowded for 8 PM on a week night, however, they were able to quickly accomodate us. I found the service to be top notch and it exceeded what I've experienced in far more expensive establishments. They have a massive wine menu (they actually have two...depending on the $$ you want to spend). One of the things that impressed me most about this restaurant was the fact that their offerings vary widely in price. This was true not only for the wine, but also for the appetizer selections. Our flat bread appetizer was scrumtous and my salmon was perfect. I really liked the unique vegetable offering available with entrees (on the night I was there, it was a roasted Bosch pear, french cut green beans, and a cranberry chutney). Be sure to save room for desert. Their deserts are very small and a great individual portion size (excellent for those on a diet who are always trying to find someone to 'share' with them). If you're hungry from more, you can have more than one (they have about 10 different types of desert availalbe) Servers use PDA's to communicate orders to the kithen. My server told me that she could even tell me the nutritional content of any item on the menu. I didn't bother to find out, but thought it was cool to have the option. Overall, I highly recommend this restaurant and am looking forward to returning again soon.

Pros: wide variety of wine and food offerings

Cons: its probably a good idea to make a reservation

.

Ok, I'll give you the vine-ripened tomato flatbread. That's good. But everything else? Meh. I've had better at other PRICEY restaurants. So it seems like the idea is you're paying a premium for small dishes (that don't exceed 500 cals, you know the drill) and NOT because the food is any better than, say, Ecco, the Lobby, Joel, anywhere price-comparable. For example: the ""shrimp/crab stuffed mushrooms"" turned out to be tiny mushrooms topped with a small shrimp and a layer of cheese (i didn't taste any crab!). What happened to ""stuffed""? I was expecting a stuffed mushroom bursting with seafood flavor, and I got a mushroom with an off piece of cheesed shrimp. Bison wasn't anythign that stood out in flavor. The outside was over-cooked and tough. If I'm going to pay a premium for fine, small dishes, I'd rather have it taste good then to know it's below 500 calories.

1
★★★☆☆

Ok, I'll give you the vine-ripened tomato flatbread. That's good. But everything else? Meh. I've had better at other PRICEY restaurants. So it seems like the idea is you're paying a premium for small dishes (that don't exceed 500 cals, you know the drill) and NOT because the food is any better than, say, Ecco, the Lobby, Joel, anywhere price-comparable. For example: the ""shrimp/crab stuffed mushrooms"" turned out to be tiny mushrooms topped with a small shrimp and a layer of cheese (i didn't taste any crab!). What happened to ""stuffed""? I was expecting a stuffed mushroom bursting with seafood flavor, and I got a mushroom with an off piece of cheesed shrimp. Bison wasn't anythign that stood out in flavor. The outside was over-cooked and tough. If I'm going to pay a premium for fine, small dishes, I'd rather have it taste good then to know it's below 500 calories.

.

The bar and atmosphere are impressive when you walk in, but that's where it ends. I ordered 2 glasses of wine...one at the bar and one at the table. Both the bartender and the server carefully monitored the pour to the drop (to just below the ""52"" on the glass - equal to about 3/4 of what I would consider a ""glass"" of wine). \r
\r
I ordered the chicken (wasn't in the mood for fish that night) -- although the portion was good, it was overcooked and *extremely* salty. My 2 friends' meals looked okay, but they were not impressed, either. Coming from CA, when a restaurant touts itself as ""fresh"" and ""healthy,"" I expect that, not just another ""upscale"" chain mall restaurant. \r
\r
We split the bill and the charges were switched, so we had to wait to get that resolved -- in the end, BOTH charges (the correct one and the wrong one) were applied to my card. It's located in a free standing building about 25 yards from the parking area outside of Dillards, which begs the question: Why charge $5 for valet parking? \r
\r
Oh, and the glass that the carefully monitored pour came in smelled fishy and was visibly dirty! Perhaps if they weren't so focused on measuring the wine pour to the drop they would have noticed THAT!

1
★★★☆☆

The bar and atmosphere are impressive when you walk in, but that's where it ends. I ordered 2 glasses of wine...one at the bar and one at the table. Both the bartender and the server carefully monitored the pour to the drop (to just below the ""52"" on the glass - equal to about 3/4 of what I would consider a ""glass"" of wine). \r
\r
I ordered the chicken (wasn't in the mood for fish that night) -- although the portion was good, it was overcooked and *extremely* salty. My 2 friends' meals looked okay, but they were not impressed, either. Coming from CA, when a restaurant touts itself as ""fresh"" and ""healthy,"" I expect that, not just another ""upscale"" chain mall restaurant. \r
\r
We split the bill and the charges were switched, so we had to wait to get that resolved -- in the end, BOTH charges (the correct one and the wrong one) were applied to my card. It's located in a free standing building about 25 yards from the parking area outside of Dillards, which begs the question: Why charge $5 for valet parking? \r
\r
Oh, and the glass that the carefully monitored pour came in smelled fishy and was visibly dirty! Perhaps if they weren't so focused on measuring the wine pour to the drop they would have noticed THAT!

Pros: Nice fireplace, good location, good ambience

Cons: Below average food, $5 for parking

.

My wife & I first visited Seasons 52 on Sand Lake drive in Orlando a few years ago and absolutely loved it. We are glad there is one now in Atlanta. A must to try if you have not been yet! Of course go ahead and sample the dessert tray. It's just the right amount. Enjoy your visit.

2
★★★★★

My wife & I first visited Seasons 52 on Sand Lake drive in Orlando a few years ago and absolutely loved it. We are glad there is one now in Atlanta. A must to try if you have not been yet! Of course go ahead and sample the dessert tray. It's just the right amount. Enjoy your visit.

Pros: We had reservations and they were ready when we arrived. Make reservations - It gets crowded on the weekend because of early success.

Cons: No cons at this time.

.

It was nice for once to leave a nice restaurant without feeling totally stuffed. I highly recommend the flatbreads for an appetizer or even as your meal. My mom and I split the vine ripened tomato flatbread.. and it was awesome! With all the main meals under 475 calories.. I had the crab stuffed shrimp. Very good. And the dessert in a shot glass is a great finish to a large meal. Something sweet and tasty, but not overwhelmingly huge. I highly recommend Seasons 52. I look forward to going again.. and seeing how the menus change from season to season.

2
★★★★☆

It was nice for once to leave a nice restaurant without feeling totally stuffed. I highly recommend the flatbreads for an appetizer or even as your meal. My mom and I split the vine ripened tomato flatbread.. and it was awesome! With all the main meals under 475 calories.. I had the crab stuffed shrimp. Very good. And the dessert in a shot glass is a great finish to a large meal. Something sweet and tasty, but not overwhelmingly huge. I highly recommend Seasons 52. I look forward to going again.. and seeing how the menus change from season to season.

.

3 year anniversary for me and my girl so we're trying to find a new place to go that we've never been before. We settle on Seasons 52 because it is new and sounded like a good concept. What is the concept you may ask? Well, the restaurants dishes are based upon the seasons, meaning the vegetables and entrees served are a reflection of what is in season at the time. Ambience is good (picture a upscale Houstons/Prime vibe). Food was incredible and fresh! Also, everything on the menu is under 475 calories (for the people that care). Prompt service (and personable;everyone told us ""Happy anniversary"") and huge wine selection as well. Be sure you try their deserts. Not only are they really good, but the way they are served is pretty cool. They come in these over-sized 'shot glasses' and are $1.95 a piece so you can try a few. They have over 9 if I remember correctly and most are either cakes or pies...and yeah...they're in these shot glass things. It's cool; trust me. Toward the end of the meal I came to find out that Seasons 52 is part of a chain started in Florida a few years ago. Wow! Something actually cool and classy came out of Florida! Who knew. So if you're into healthy/delicious eating you need to check this place out. I was impressed.

2
★★★★★

3 year anniversary for me and my girl so we're trying to find a new place to go that we've never been before. We settle on Seasons 52 because it is new and sounded like a good concept. What is the concept you may ask? Well, the restaurants dishes are based upon the seasons, meaning the vegetables and entrees served are a reflection of what is in season at the time. Ambience is good (picture a upscale Houstons/Prime vibe). Food was incredible and fresh! Also, everything on the menu is under 475 calories (for the people that care). Prompt service (and personable;everyone told us ""Happy anniversary"") and huge wine selection as well. Be sure you try their deserts. Not only are they really good, but the way they are served is pretty cool. They come in these over-sized 'shot glasses' and are $1.95 a piece so you can try a few. They have over 9 if I remember correctly and most are either cakes or pies...and yeah...they're in these shot glass things. It's cool; trust me. Toward the end of the meal I came to find out that Seasons 52 is part of a chain started in Florida a few years ago. Wow! Something actually cool and classy came out of Florida! Who knew. So if you're into healthy/delicious eating you need to check this place out. I was impressed.

Pros: Great food, Service, Deserts

Cons: It's in the parking lot of Perimeter Mall

More about Seasons 52

Dunwoody Restaurant, Wine Bar, Wine, Dessert, Fusion,Organic, Group Events, Private Dining -- A fresh dining experience that celebrates living well Hours: Mon-Thur 11:00AM-10:00PM, Fri-Sat 11:00AM-11:00PM, Sun 11:00AM-10:00PM

Editorial from

Seeking to present attractive, contemporary, but healthy fare, this restaurant prides itself on serving good food without all the fat, sodium and calories. Some dishes work, while others need to be reconfigured, in some cases just by using…

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Seasons 52, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review