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About Seasons Rotisserie & Grill
Upscale Patio Bar and Restaurant Overlooking Old Town Albuquerque
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
San Felipe Plaza
Albuquerque, NM 87104
American, Californian, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30pm to 2pm
Dinner Daily in the Main Dining Room from 5pm to 9pm
Rooftop Patio & Bar Open Monday through Friday 4pm to 10pm, Saturdays & Sundays 12pm to 10pm
Happy Hour Twice each Weekday on the Patio (4pm - 6:30pm) and (9pm to 10pm)
Mountain and San Felipe Plaza
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Summer Live Music Series, starting in April and running through September. Saturday and Sunday nights starting @ 6pm, no cover. Genres include jazz, blues, indie, and Americana.
free parking for all restaurant guests
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Live Summer Jazz Series, starting in April and running through September. Saturday and Sunday nights starting @ 6:30pm, no cover
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Seasons Rotisserie & Grill in Old Town, Albuquerque provides a unique, intimate setting for your most important business and personal moments. We feature two completely private event rooms with seasonal and individualized menu options, a full bar, a/v capabilities, and exquisite service.
Seasons Rotisserie & Grill Ratings and Reviews
The service was terrible. The gentleman waiter was very inattentive and not friendly at all. We had to ask him what the specials were and we also had to ask him what his name was . We needed to get up and go to the bar to order another drink. He was busy chatting with the hostess and not interested in serving us at all. This was a special occasion with six of my family members and it was ruined because of the service .
I was disappointed. The restaurant was aware it was our wedding anniversary, as I noted it when I made the reservation, and still they sat the two of us in the far corner right next to a huge birthday party that was extremely loud. The appetizer and salads were delicious, but I ordered prime rib for dinner and it was over-cooked and dry. Honestly, I have made prime rib and this dish would not have even classified as prime rib. It was charred and chewy. Overall.... not terrible but a let down, especially for the occasion.
Beef was well cooked but service was slow, grilled brussel sprouts were so charred as to resemble lumps of coal, sides were so heavy with garlic that they were inedible. Usually wonderful- tonight was big disappointment. Sorry guys but complimentary dessert does not make up for slow service and inedible meal.
Went there for new year's eve dinner. Quite noisy, we were seated near the only station where the servers congregated and where the servers were yelling and talking loudly to one another and there was a lot of busyness and activity that made it hard to relax. One server in particular was talking loudly to herself and yelling to other servers and in our ears, which made for an unpleasant experience. Entrees (chicken and scallops) were OK (as opposed to good), dessert was OK. We have been to Seasons quite a few times over the years, but are not inclined to go back soon for a special occasion.
First, it was Christmas Eve. Extremely noisy. Food always wonderful. I had the scallops and partner had the salmon. Cooked to perfection. However, the wait staff was running around, setting up tables and bumping chairs into mine, trying to set up additional tables which I think should have been done before they opened for the evening. Given the night, it was OK
My food was just ok; however, my husband loved his rotisserie chicken. The lettuce in the caesar salad was poor quality. Many of the food items had a fishy taste to them. I've had better experience at Seasons in the past. That's why we chose to dine there even though a friend warned us about the noise.
don’t know whether it was retribution for booking on open table or what, but we were given the noisiest table in the restaurant (next to the busing station at the end of the kitchen) when there were several other unoccupied tables in quieter areas. in any case, our meals (salmon with crab cakes and duck wraps as starters) were again outstanding, as was the wine... Sea Smoke Southing, of course! next time we’ll try to remember to book directly, just to see if that affects our placement.
I had the snapper special - unfortunately it was over cooked and tasteless, and the risotto was really bland. A sauce would have helped. Only bright spot on the plate was the broccolini. Not what I’ve come to expect from this venerable dining spot. Hope it was only an aberration.
Had a fabulous business meeting there. Business partner ordered the Salmon and I had the Turkey Club, please hold the bread. Both lunches were fabulous! Our server and her assistant gave us just the right amount of time to place our orders and were unobtrusive.
I must say that my associate and I were the last in the restaurant to have left and the staff allowed us to carry on our conversation without interruption. EXCELLENT and THANK YOU. I will be back!
Yellowfin salad nicoise, very good; friend's steak salad very good. The dressing for the nicoise salad was served in a small bowl, brimming, placed on a saucer, which was on top of a bread plate. This was difficult to move without spilling the salad dressing, which did occur. The small bowl easily slid on the saucer. Our iced teas and water glasses were never refilled. We were seated directly across from a huge gathering, probably an office Christmas party, and the noise level was so high that my friend and I had to lean across the table to hear each other. A frequently used exit door was directly behind my chair, and too many guests used that door, rather than the main entrance, only several feet away. Cold air immediately came across my back and our table.
Seasons has always been consistently good, have never had a bad meal there. This was a girlfriend gathering to celebrate the Holidays and the wait staff was very patient with our festivities, and we did not feel the least bit rushed. All of us really enjoyed our entree's.
This was a short walk from our favorite hotel, Hotel Chaco. On a cold night, it was warm and inviting. The service was superb and the food excellent. The only downside was the group of salesmen at a long table next to us, trying to outdo each other with loud laughter...very disruptive to our peace. Perhaps then can be tucked away in a private room?
The food and service was great. The vegetarian options were also excellent as we had a dietary need in our group. The noise was terrible, the restaurant was not even full and the acoustics bounced sound so much that you had an easier time answering questions for people on other tables.
the food is usually good and wholesome and well prepared, the menu changes seasonally, the wait staff is usually attentive, though on this last visit it was not, and we were the first table seated...the side dishes are quite good and shareable, salads just OK, entrees quite good, the salmon grilled is very reliable as is the rack of lamb and red meats..wine is good though pricey, and when warm the upstairs outside bar is great scenic location to relax. when full the downstairs can be so noisy that no business can be accomplished, that is the only major downfall and it has always been that way, badly designed sound mitigation...try it!
After a beautiful holiday stroll in old town we made reservations a week in advance. So we can have a wonderful date night with my fiancé and we got to seasons at 8 and our table wasn’t ready which is fine! We went up stairs to have a few cocktails 30mins later our table was ready. Waitress was nice and responsive ordered right away an hr later they bring my wilted salad for $8 and 15 min later our food comes out. I ordered a New York steak medium and my fiancé ordered rotisserie chicken which was delicious and my steak came out ice cold sent it back and 15 min the same steak came back a tad warmer! Absolutely unacceptable.. This is the 3rd time we tried it and the same thing. Management is worthless .. DO NOT GO THERE
Dinner out with my mom while we are visiting Albuquerque. The wait staff was very friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the menu. I have a gluten and corn allergies and had no problem finding plenty of options. The restaurant was more than willing to help me customize the meals to accommodate my allergies. Everything I ate was wonderful!
It was a last minute reservation at the end of a busy day with out-of-town clients. Typical Albuquerque, we ran into friends which made the meal even nicer. Seasons made it possible to sit with them, and made sure all our food came out around the same time. Plus, our guests, from NYC and Boston, were impressed with Seasons' fare. Delicious meal (especially enjoyed the autumn squash ravioli), great service, good wine.
The service was great- friendly, attentive yet unobtrusive. The menu is great with enough sides to create an entire meal if desired. The rotisserie chicken was undercooked and half of it could not be eaten. Other than that, the other meals were delicious and well cooked. I imagine the chicken was a fluke based on the quality of the other food: the fresh and well seasoned salads, the brussel sprouts to die for, the heavenly vegetarian crostata and ravioli, and luscious desserts.
It's actually better than I remember it four years ago. The martinis are very good and we enjoyed our seafood entrees - salmon and scallops. The menu offers a lot of choices, and I imagine even a vegetarian would be happy, though we are meat-eaters. The place does seem to cater to steak people, however. That said, we got two different seafoods and a number of other things on the menu.
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