Seasons Rotisserie & Grill
Seasons Grill in Old Town is a local favorite and is open seven days a week! The concept is driven by one core idea: take the best fresh and seasonal ingredients and prepare them in a casually elegant environment. The wood-burning rotisserie & grill creates an opportunity for signature dishes such as Kobe Ribeye Filet, Grilled Jumbo Sea Scallops and a daily fresh fish to be more than a meal, but an experience.
We have a great Happy Hour twice each weekday and a Summer Series of live music every Saturday and Sunday on the rooftop patio that starts at 6pm (never a cover charge!).
Seasons has an extensive award-winning wine list, a full bar and several private dining options for up to 100 people. For more information please visit us at seasonsabq.com or call 505-766-5100
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Had dinner here the first week of June 2019. I had e-mailed the restaurant earlier in the week inquiring if they were still serving their prime rib special on Friday & Saturday nights. I received a prompt reply and was assured they still were. As such, I subsequently made a reservation for Friday night to enjoy some of the aforementioned. Much to our chagrin, just after we were seated, our server told us they were not serving prime rib. Well, we thought, we're already committed might as well "tough it out" and make do. We had a tenderloin filet and a half rack of grilled lamb (that evening's "special"). Both were good, well-prepared, if somewhat under-seasoned. For dessert we shared their creme brule', which was very good. The restaurant appeared clean to us, service was professional as well. Dinner for two with one cocktail was $87.00 w/tax before tip.
Seated outside on nice New Mexico evening. Specialty drinks were tasty-my friend was able to order a drink that is no longer on the menu. An old favorite reasonably priced wine was available so that was a big plus. Food was really good. Another guest said he liked the lamb but it not as good as another restaurant nearby. Chicken was yummy. The side we ordered followed the entrees a bit late. Service was very good. No complaints and will be back.
A classy yet comfortable restaurant; upscale and tasty without being stuffy or overpriced. Clean, organized, good interior design. And I love finding great food near Old Town/ downtown. Great wine options and did not feel rushed while we sat and talked a while. They brought a pino glass instead of using the table wine glass which was top notch.
What I would improve would be the service interactions. The staff seemed like a great team and friendly with each other. Good looking, well dressed and pleasant. But very little eye contact or smiles from staff who walked by. It was like everyone was focused on their mission rather than engaging or making connections in the moment. Our waitress was quiet and seemed distracted or just not into her job? I said hi to the young man bringing bread at the beginning but he just nodded and walked away. The woman pouring the wine had beautiful jewelry that I wanted to acknowledge but she just poured and left. (It wasn’t that busy, some empty tables). When I got up to go to the bathroom I had to stop while waitstaff walked by me quickly, instead of them stopping so that I could walk by.
We had a delicious meal but the overall experience lacked the kind of “appreciative” service that we often get in a better restaurant. Some of the staff had great style and it would have been fun to just chat a second or to be checked in on. Meanwhile I look forward to giving Seasons another visit. Hope that’s helpful!
AS usual I was pleased. When the noise level in the wine room became too much, we were easily reseated in the dining room. All was quite good.
The signature rotisserie chicken was dry and overcooked. Very disappointing. The special salad and desserts were much better.
The food and service was impeccable! I am always satisfied after eating at Seasons. It was my husband and I’s anniversary and they gave us free champagne, which was so generous. Seasons continues to be one of my favorite restaurants in Albuquerque!
Very disappointed in the spring menu for lunch. I have had many meals here and this is a first I did not like. The bratwurst was awful... It did not taste like a brat. Odd seasoning in the meat. I have had lots of brat sandwiches and just did not taste right. I will go back for dinner and hope that its menu did not change.
We like the light reconstruction of the restaurant. Also, the new chef's meals were delicious.
Three of us had that beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes and Asparagus. It was delicious. I had the ribeye steak which was very good and the green chili mac & cheese was very spicy. That is fine for me, but someone who’s not used to New Mexico green chili would probably have had a hard time eating it. The cherry ice cream torte dessert was out of this world! one of the best desserts I’ve had at seasons. I highly recommend it. My children enjoyed the non-alcoholic vacation dreams drink. The calamari appetizer is always very good. Our only complaint is that it took a long time to get the main entrée. I’m not sure if the kitchen was shortstaffed because it was Mother’s Day but many of the people around us also had to wait a long time.
Food was delicious and I love that they change the menu seasonally.
Enjoyed it. Thank you
Two couple enjoying each other’s friendship with a lovely meal.
Excellent interesting food and service. Especially the bread pudding (it wasn’t called that!)
Overall the food was marginal, and one of the steaks was over cooked (well done instead of medium rare) it took them 30 minutes to grill another steak. When we shared our frustration over the timing of the second steak with the manager, she didn't seem to care and instead whined about the upcoming restaurant closing for the remolding they have planned. The waitress was great, the ambience was great, the food and the management were lacking. Hope things improve after the remolding is complete.
Ate at this restaurant for two consecutive nights. Food was impressive, quality was better than expected. Service was timely and friendly. Would recommend this restaurant.
Seasons is my go to, always good restaurant in Albuquerque. Never disappoints.
I loved the ambiance. But i feel the acoustics in the restaurant are horrible. I feel like noise dampener on the walls would benefit greatly.
They seated us 20 minutes early and our server was there immediately and served us with perfect timing! Food was excellent, priced under what other upscale restaurants charge. Our party of five had a wonderful time! We’ll be back!
The food was delicious and there was a wonderful variety for our guests, who had different dietary demands. Because of unexpected travel issues, we had to move back our reservation time, but the wait staff was extremely gracious and patient with us, despite our late seating. Everything from appetizers to drinks and dessert was marvelous. We will definitely come back!
Geoffrey our server was outstanding with quality of service plus accommodating all our asks. Add the always impeccable quality and creativity of food and drink selections which are all reasons we always visit here when we are in town. Thanks to everyone who make this a delightful experience.
Great waiter and a nice lunch menu with hearty portions. Both people at table took boxes home. Good food!
Mathew is a great server and recommended delightful, tasty entrees. We will be back!
Service was slow.
The food was delicious especially the duck wraps but we were disappointed that we had to wait for our table 20 minutes after the reservation time.
Delicious. Noisy. Well prepared. Excellent service. Deafiningly noisy.
It was a wonderful evening! Great service and the food was amazing. It really was a perfect way to enjoy our evening!
Big disappointment. Ate here first time in 2017 and food was great, then again in 2018 food was pretty good. Flew in from Austin to give it a shot and food was drowning in too salty sauce, calamari was tasteless and tough, and the entire meal was overpriced and underwhelming.
Excellent scallop dinner and truffle dessert. Service was excellent. Highly recommended.
Seasons isn't a bad place. In fact, when I'm in Old Town, it's one of the better restaurants available. If my words seem hesitant, it's because every time I go, they seem to have run out of the item on the menu that I most want. This has happened each of the three or four times over the past few years.
As for service, our waiter was friendly, and attentive once we got going, but we waited an extraordinarily long time for his return as we pondered our second choice selection after he told us our first choices weren't available.
Went for my birthday and everyone was so helpful! Love this place! ❤️
The food and service was excellent. We were celebrating a birthday and our waiter helped to
make the evening special!
Locally owned and very delicious. Great experience for our first time. Meau have lots of selection.
Delicious food and excellent wine list.
Very enjoyable evening with professional service and a great menu. Weed repeat it anytime
The food is always wonderful! We were welcomed with Happy Anniversary wishes from the hostess and our server, and were offered complimentary glasses of champagne. The service was excellent. We have been to Seasons for three special occasions and have always enjoyed the experience!
The meal was excellent. I had the lamb shank and it just fell off the bone with a little pressure. My wife had the salmon and loved it.
Our server, Angelo was very good. He was spot on with his suggestions and with being there when needed but not pushy or hovering over us.
We enjoyed the experience.
Only small downside was the table. It was small and I felt cramped with the table behind us.
We were celebrating Valentines Day and we are so glad we waited to go on Saturday. Our server was awesome along with the rest of the staff. Food was great, walked away feeling satisfied with our experience.
Our reservation was at 5:45 pm. We arrived on time, were seated and ordered our whole meal promptly. Drinks and appetizers came promptly, however FIFTY MINUTES LATER, our entrees are still MIA. We had s 7:30 pm curtain at Popejoy Hall, so the entrees finally arrive at 6:55 pm. We have to leave in 15 minutes to get to the show, Park, etc. We had to scarf down our food (NO ENJOYMENT THERE) and were not able to relax with dessert and coffee. If your kitchen takes close to an hour to bring out your entrée, something is extremely wrong! NOT GOOD!!👎🏻