The wine list at Seasons is extensive, and our server did a fine job picking out a Central Coast pinot that would work well with both salmon and beef. Our server's selection was tasty and friendly, and cost over $20 less than what we were prepared to spend.
We had cocktails at our table - service and mixology were both very good.
We started with two salads - field greens and a caeser Both were very good. Our entrees were an orange glazed salmon and a boneless strip with black pepper demi-glace. The steak was perfectly gooked and quite good - the sides were conventional, but also good: garlic mashed and grilled vegetable kabob. The salmon was fine but slightly over-cooked. Sides of baked polenta and a salad of corn and summer squash were also good.
We treated ourselves to after dinner drinks with our bourbon flavored ice cream - good, and American coffee - also good. The pour on an armangac and a grappa was generous.
Seasons is not cheap if you go soup to nuts, but we left satisfied if not inspired.
The restaurant is located in a shopping mall. If you're navigating by GPS, you are likely to have trouble with the last quarter mile - and parking is in an adjacent lot, not directly connected with the restaurant.
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