We visited 5 Seasons North a couple weeks ago on a Friday night at 8. Had a short wait at the bar but the craft beer was cold and the servers pleasant. Our waiter was very personable and kindly informed us the kitchen might be a little slow since it was so busy. We ordered a spinach dip and it was yummy - served with fresh chips. I had the portobello sandwich. It was good. My husband had the special - a pork loin dish. It looked good and he said it tasted good but it was a really small portion for the price. Our guest had a barbecue sandwich platter. She said it was good but I thought it, too, was small. The bun was not much bigger than a slider and only one was served. The plate was mostly fries. The beer varieties were "good" and the food was "good". The service was great and the atmosphere was great. Together that equalled "very good" but there is still definitely room for improvement to get to excellent.