This visit was the first to the Buckhead location in Atlanta, however we have visited the other Seasons 52 restaurant near Perimeter Mall. The food is well prepared and served without a rush between each course. We were impressed with the flat bread that we selected (fig, goat cheese, bacon, drizzled with aged balsamic vinegar).
The atmosphere is very nice and upscale, although most people were in dressy casual, a couple of coats and ties for the men and one young couple had the guy in golf shorts. There are dark woods used throughout with down lighting as needed. This makes for a more intimate setting and the bar looked great for a drop by after work.
Although the caramelized scallops were recommended by many reviewers, I was not particularly impressed with the taste but maybe it's just me. I have had the plank salmon before and I would recommend it over the scallops. Lunch prices look to be about 25% less than dinner and although not inexpensive, there are a couple of entrees that were under $12. Most began at about $18 up to an area around $30. By the way, their corn chowder was excellent and you could easily make a meal of a flat bread split between two, a soup, and a small salad. For that you could expect to come out under $50 for a couple. Otherwise, with appetizers, a salad, regular entree, and maybe a glass of wine, you can easily expect to hit about $80-$120 for two people.
I will certainly go there again for a special occasion and light affair, but if you are just after a good freshly prepared meal and you don't care so much about the decor and ambiance, go somewhere else. There are many restaurants in the area that have wonderful food for about $50% less cost. The original "Flying Biscuit" is one as well as "Greenwoods" on Green Street in Roswell Georgia (about 25 miles north of downtown Atlanta).
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