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“Anniversary Dinner”
Review of Seasons 52

Seasons 52
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Ranked #16 of 2,090 Restaurants in Jacksonville
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $31 - $50
Cuisines: American, Contemporary, Healthy
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: SR 9A and JT Butler Boulevard
Description: Located in St. Johns Town Center back in October of 2011. Features seasonally inspired cooking with every item less than 475 calories.
Reviewed October 11, 2012

Great food, great service. Something different for the typical restaurant. Was worried when they said they do not fry anything but was pleased with everything from start to the great deserts.

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1  Thank Jim M
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Reviewed October 5, 2012

The staff is above and beyond helpful, friendly, and accommodating. The food is impeccable and the wine selection is delicious.

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1  Thank Steph_lee8
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Reviewed September 27, 2012

We ate here for lunch and had a great experience. We both chose the flat breads paired with wine. Each and every flatbread was delicious and the wines we chose couldn't have been better. I have been on a search after this meal for flatbreads that will even begin to compare to the ones served here - even though the calorie count is quite low, the taste is REALLY high! Our server was a delightful young lady - very helpful and gracious. We enjoyed the lunch here so much, we decided to try dinner several days later. Granted, it was a weekend evening and the place was packed. Even though we had reservations, they seated us in the bar area which was overflowing with people and the miked piano player was in the middle of the bar area and was so loud that my husband and I could not hear each other at all. The service was OK and the food was tasty, but I would not return on a weekend evening again. Hopefully, the week nights are not so hectic, because I would really like to enjoy the menu for dinner in a reasonable atmosphere. I would suggest when making reservations that you specify not to be seated close to the bar.

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1  Thank r0ckinn
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Reviewed September 23, 2012 via mobile

This place is outstanding. Service is top notch, food is excellent atmosphere is great and wine list extensive. Great thing is the staff a actually knows their business and everyone is customer oriented. Our party of 4 had chicken garlic flatbread, lobster and shrimp spring rolls and mussels. The chicken and spring rolls were outstanding but the mussels were just ok. Entrees were shrimp pasta, cedar plank salmon, sesame ahi tuna and springer mountain grilled chicken and a side order of roasted brussel sprouts. Everything was excellent except the sprouts that were overcooked. Waiter noticed we did not eat them and immediately took them off the bill. Wife said the tuna was the best she has ever had. Desserts were peanut butter chocolate mousse and pecan pie with vanilla mousse. The peanut was good but the pecan pie was outstanding. Only negative was we were in the bar close to a very loud and annoying piano player/ singer

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1  Thank Bill B
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Reviewed September 22, 2012

It's hard to get a decent, let alone substantial meal, when every item on the menu is 500 calories or less. The restaurant on a Saturday night was, curiously, very busy. We were seated in a side room (which was fine with me), The flatbread appetizer was tasty but overpriced. The entrees were overpriced but quality and tasty. The wine portions were small and overpriced. We will not visit Seasons 52 again due to the overpriced menu and tiny portions.

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2  Thank coffeelawyer
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