I'd eaten here before, the last time being in 2008, so I was familiar with the restaurant. The meal was just okay, in my opinion.
First the good news: I had an excellent Lemon Drop martini while I was waiting for my meal to arrive. Another plus is that the menu is ambitious for a restaurant in such a small town. Also, the salad dressings are homemade. I had bleu cheese dressing with the house salad and it was fresh and well made.
Now the bad news: I ordered Rainbow trout for dinner and the fish was old. Not "oh no, I'm going to die" old, but rather, "Yuck, how old is this fish?" old. The fish left an unpleasant aftertaste in my mouth that lingered for hours after the meal had ended. And the potatoes au gratin that came with the meal was a strange dish, not at all what I think of when I think of potatoes au gratin. The potatoes had a thin, oily, creamy sauce that was unappetizing. The potatoes would have been better simply served on their own.
In a small town like Lone Pine the options are limited, so I would definitely go back to Seasons next time I'm there. But for my money, both the Alabama Hills Bakery and Cafe and the Totem Cafe serve better food and are less expensive to boot.
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