My wife and I paid a second visit here last week. We wanted to try their spring menu. We had the crab cake appetizer, and it was really good. We had a bottle of Ferrari-Carano sauvignon blanc, which was delicious and reasonably priced. The wine prices overall were very reasonable.
My side salad was very tasty. My wife really liked her caesar salad with salmon. I had the "shrimp croissant", and I'll give it a "fair". We had the torte for dessert, and it was good.
I will be generous and give the Bearden Seasons a 4, but the raw grade is 3.51, rounded up for a good effort.
I want this place to succeed, but I have my doubts. The physical atmosphere is good, but there are acres of empty tables. Our waitress was nice, but she had a hard time speaking proper English. She would have been fine in a diner in Ducktown, but she really didn't complement the atmosphere that Seasons is trying to convey.
I'll give it a 4, but I would cash in any gift certificates you might be saving, because I think there's about an even money chance Seasons will be around after football season.
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