Prepared four times a year, each Seasons 52 menu is inspired by seasonal ingredients sourced at the peak of freshness to enhance flavor. (Photo provided by Seasons 52)
Seasons 52 offers a contemporary take on classic American dining. Prepared four times a year, each menu is inspired by seasonal ingredients sourced at the peak of freshness to enhance flavor. In the kitchen, you’ll find rustic cooking techniques like a wood-burning grill and brick-roasting oven used to bring out the best flavors in each dish.
This winter, dive into fresh Asian Chilean Sea Bass, a menu staple, or take a bite out of tender filet mignon paired with seasonal sides. Seasons 52’s winter menu showcases mushrooms, Brussel sprouts, heavy proteins, red-wine sauces and 15 year balsamic reduction.
Located at St. Johns Town Center, the restaurant has a casual yet sophisticated atmosphere that’s perfect for anything from a special occasion to a quick bite while shopping.
No matter how you’re dressed, exceptional service is always on the menu. Sales manager Jessica Sprecher says the entire staff concentrates on providing the best possible experience for diners.
“We focus on quality paired with excellent service. We have a wonderful staff that really embodies what teamwork is all about. So while you may have one server, every team member is there to ensure that you leave completely satisfied.”
Stop by for happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. and enjoy drink specials starting at $4 as well as $5 small plates. Seasons 52 also offers Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with unlimited sips of mimosas, Bellini’s, Bloody Marys and sangria for only $14.90. Book one of Seasons 52’s private rooms for a special occasion, and customize a menu to suit the event.
This holiday season receive a $20 Bonus Card for every $100 gift card purchase. Visit seasons52.com or stop by 5096 Big Island Drive for more information.
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