Dinner at Seasons was delicious and fun. The chef is among the most thoughtful and original in town. There are always interesting touches to his dishes. My "Meat and Poatoes" dish was as interesting as it was tasty. A well cooked steak was nestled on tiny home fried potatoes and a light but thick gravy. This was accompanied by a salad and the real treat: a "hodge" of corn and other veggies in a cream sauce, highlighted by chunks of pork belly, all served in jam jar. Outstanding. The menu changes with the seasons and always has great surprises.
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