I've been to Seasons for brunch five times in the in the past seven months. There is always a variation in service and quality of food. And I always believe there is not enough changes in the menu.
This time was my favorite for service and menu. We were called to confirm our reservation for two with the sad message that Brunch would be in the Bourbon restaurant that day. A charity event was taking place which left the hotel decorated with the most unique Christmas trees.
We arrived 30 minutes early and were seated at a generous table by the window for four, we only had two in the reservation.
The space was not ideal and you can see the service staff struggling to keep up with the food and service. They did very well, even if no one greeted me by name.
We discovered pink grapefruit mimosas as an escape from the norm. The crabcakes were still on the menu (thank you!) and the short ribs were finally gone (thank you!!) and replaced with carne asada. I love fish but skip the fish dish each time because it's dried and overcooked.
The raw bar was delicious and fresh. I wasn't a huge fan of the "taco" bar as everything tasted the same which was a bit bland. The dessert station still has beautiful visuals but still needs to work on the quality and taste.
There is a large variety of flavors and foods. It's a lovely restaurant for any type of social gathering. If you're staying in the hotel, you have no excuse not to go!
I wish I knew the holiday menu would be this delicious ahead of time. Trying to make reservations for Christmas Brunch for my family of 3 has been impossible.
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