We rolled into CDA at 230, a bit past the lunch hour for sure, and not overly confident CDA would offer a fine experience that time of the day, thinking most upscale places would be closed until dinner service. Pleasantly surprised to see Seasons open. The man that seated us must have been the owner, he was extremely pleasant, very genuine. I couldn't decide on a glass of wine, so he immediately offered to bring me a taste of both. Menu is inspired and interesting, some spins on the classics. I had the beet salad with lentils. It's not a large portion and the berets could have done with a few more minutes of booking, but I enjoyed it. Server was pleasant, did nit come to check on our meals though until we were nearly finished. Husband had the almond chopped salad with chicken, nicely presented, fresh and tasty. Bill total with two glasses of wine was $30. Not sure we would return for dinner, a little too large and therefore not as intimate as we would like for dinner. But I would come back for lunch, the duck salad sounded awesome.
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