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About Seasons - Davis
Located in the heart of downtown Davis, within walking distance to shops, theaters, and museums and only 5 minutes from the Mondavi Performing Arts Center.
Seasons serves Contemporary American cuisine. High quality, local foods are prepared simply and the menu reflects the seasons. Guests may dine at the full bar or private dining room, which houses the restaurant's wine collection.
Seasons is the perfect location to stop and enjoy lunch or dinner on your way to Tahoe or Sacramento.
Davis, CA 95616
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm
Brunch: Sunday : 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Ample parking surrounds the restaurant. Street parking, a lot and a garage are located next to the restaurant.
Private Party Contact:
Preeti Sareen: (530) 750-1801
Banquet, Bar Dining, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seasons - Davis Ratings and Reviews
Our experience was “ok” and comes with a tepid recommendation. Our entrees, salmon and lamb shank, were satisfactory but not outstanding, particularly for the relatively high prices. The best part of the meal was the goat cheese appetizer which was excellent. Our server was also excellent. We will probably return at some point but not rush right back.
Very satisfied with our experience. Margarita pizza was exceptional. Entrees were very good. We had a pasta dish and a salmon dish. They were out of the fish special and we were there at 7:30. The room is quite pleasant. Service was certainly satisfactory if not exceptional. We will definitely be back.
Excellent food, and the wait staff was attentive enough. However the kitchen was backed up for some reason, and we did not get our food for over an hour and 25 min after we arrived. We had to eat it in about 5 minutes and rush off to catch our performance, which kind of ruined the experience. The seasonal cocktails are fun, and the food has always been good, but between the noisy environment, cold air coming in the front door, and the late food we are reconsidering when or whether we eat there.
I highly suggest you go back to a basic ceasar salad with a real good dressing made with anchovies and lots of lemon. Adding dried tomatoes ruins it as well as the addition of radicchio, both have too strong flavors, and adding mushrooms all takes away from the refreshing taste of a good ceasar.
While the vegetarian dish has truly great flavors, having pasta and potatoes in same dish is a little heavy-handed on the starch side.
I met 2 friends here for lunch. All 3 of us were very pleased with our Cocktails, 3 different ones. We also ordered 3 different entrees and all were creatively presented and tasted delicious. It was a very relaxed atmosphere with great service.
I've been a frequent visitor to Seasons for more than 20 years. Friday night, I took 4 family members there, and we all had a great time. The staff is always great, and the floor activity was very well managed by the woman in charge. The Chardonnay was so enjoyable that I had a second glass.
Always something interesting and delicious on this menu -- we have eaten at SEASONS about 6 times and it's our favorite restaurant in Davis. They are very considerate about sharing of plates and note, the salads are definitely worth sharing; if not, a salad is a complete meal, very large.
For 15 years, I've been coming to Davis twice a year and Seasons was my go-to spot. Great food, an outstanding value, lots of fun people and a guaranteed good time. But since last year, Seasons has new owners and lots of changes that aren't for the best. My old favorite, the strip steak, is now $47. A good Chardonnay is $14. The too-big-to-finish hamburger is $18. And Tomas, the old owner who was Seasons' heart and soul, is no longer around. The Seasons have changed, without question, and sadly it's not for the better.
The day of our business meeting there were plenty of other groups and it was extremely busy. Unfortunately, Seasons was understaffed that day and there was a very long wait for food and an order mix up. The Manager was fantastic and came by to apologize for the wait and gave us a 30% discount on our meal as. She was great!
The Butternut squash bisque was fantastic! We were late because of some construction traffic but they seated the rest of our party anyway which was awesome. We had tickets at the Mondavi and we time limited. When we arrived they were already alerted that we were a bit more rushed than we would have liked and were great about it! A bit noisy but the food def made up for that. Our biggest regret was we didn’t have time for the bread pudding and our wives told us it was a no-no to ask the table next to us for a bite!! We’ll be back next time we have a show, but make sure we have more time to relax and enjoy!
Anniversary night. Waiter & his shadow were very attentive, friendly, & professional. Food(filets mignons specials were very tasty) was high quality and went excellently with the Dry Creek Zin( only negative was we ordered 1 medium & 1 medium rare, which implies red bloody juices...got 2 mediums-still flavorful). Carrot cake bread pudding was a winner! Overall a great meal and a nice experience...again!
My boss & I love this place! It was recommended by a close friend of my boss who've been friends since their college days in the 60's at UCB. It's a reasonable drive for us to come down from the Sacto area and his two friends to take the trains that's walking distance. The food is great, especially the Niman Burger!
Unfortunately, the wheelchair access is inhibited due to the restroom access being a difficult turn from the swinging doors and we were seated dead center which made the noise factor noticeable and difficult to hear some of the conversation from friends.
We like this place so much that we made a point to try and meet at Season's the 1x per month for their luncheons. However, this is the second time that it was apparent that the server seems displeased. Either she does not want to be there or that is her disposition. No greeting with a smile nor is she nice when she takes our order. Almost as if we have offended her in some way. Not only have I observed this, so has my boss who is a very nice person who does notice these things but doesn't say anything. (I do. I am very mindful of how customers are treated because I'm one that believes ALL people should be treated with respect.) It had almost made me comment that maybe we shouldn't go to Season's anymore because of the awkward feeling that we are made to feel when greeted.
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We started our dinner celebrating "Good Neighbor Day" with shared plates of heirloom tomato & mozzarella salad and deviled eggs, which were all OK, not great, although we had to ask twice for plates and silverware to share. Our main courses included the pork chop, which was well prepared; however, I was charged extra because my guest asked to substitute the grits by mashed potatoes, which I thought was a little odd. Two of us had the crab-cake dinner, which was very disappointing: mushy, lukewarm crab-cakes that lacked any seasoning or appreciable crab-meat texture, served with overcooked French fries that were too hard to be picked up by a fork. The Empire State Dry Riesling was a good find. However, overall a very disappointing dining experience.
I absolutely enjoyed our dinner at Seasons, a unassuming restaurant on the south end of laid back downtown Davis. Our party of 6 sat outside in the rear patio, which was lit with pretty white twinkle lights and surprizingly quiet considering the patio backs to the parking lot and the train tracks. Our meals were superb - absolutely exceeded expectations. I ordered the salmon which was fresh, tasty and cooked perfectly, served over a lovely assortment of steamed veggies. I tasted my husband's meal and all I can say is, "The polenta? GET IT." So Delicious. Our server was polite and prompt. I just can't say enough about this place - absolutely unexpected perfection in the middle of downtown Davis.
I have been to Season's countless times. They must have been very short staffed, although there were not many people at the restaurant, as the service was exceptionally slow and bad. It took 45 min to get our order taken, the food took forever, no one ever checked on how we were doing . When the desert menus came out, they ran out for the last 3 people at one end of the group table. No apologies or effort to get more, the server just walked off. I would still recommend the restaurant in general, because this was an anomaly, but it was very disappointing to have bad service when we were hosting business guests.
Looked forward to a fun, enjoyable retirement celebration dinner out--left feeling disappointed. Have eaten at Seasons before. Limited and relatively unchanging menu is a given. Only fish offering was over-priced $32 salmon served with cold vegetables (no salad, etc.). Had to ask for additional breadsticks; service this time was pretty marginal. Greeters were very pleasant & welcoming. For couples like us where my wife routinely makes the "surprise" decision to get the--you guessed it, SALMON, this presents a dilemma. I don't mind spending the extra $$$ for value but in this case it seemed to be less value & more a ransom for those whose taste bud go toward fish.
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