“We believe Seasons 52 perfectly matches this region’s enthusiasm for fresh, seasonally-inspired cuisine,” says General Manager Shannon Earley. In fact, each week, 52 finds the best (and freshest) food and features new dishes based on what's in season.
Every menu item served is prepared with a rustic cooking technique whether it be oven roasting or open fire grilling, to preserve the natural flavor.
“Our focus at Seasons 52 is to provide our guests with a casually sophisticated dining experience, highlighted by sensational food that just happens to be good for you,” says Executive Chef Anthony O’Neill.
With year-round favorites, like cedar plank salmon and char crusted filet or spring specialties such as grilled swordfish ponzu, Seasons 52 is definitely worth a shot. After all, eating healthy is always in season.