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About Seasons 52 - Tampa
Seasons 52 is a fresh grill and wine bar that offers a seasonally changing menu inspired by the appeal of a local farmer’s market. Seasons 52 sources ingredients at their peak of freshness and uses rustic cooking techniques, like brick-oven roasting and open-fire grilling over oak and mesquite wood to bring out the natural flavors of food. The menu is paired with an ever-changing international collection of more than 100 wines, with 52 available by the glass, along with exceptional signature handcrafted cocktails.
Open for lunch and dinner daily, with extended hours on the weekend. Join us for Sunday Brunch every Sunday from 10am-1pm.
If you are searching for a place to host your next group function, Seasons 52 is the perfect setting for your private or semi-private event. We also feature a Chef’s table for smaller groups or more intimate settings. For more information, visit our website at www.Seasons52.com.
Tampa, FL 33609
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Lunch Daily: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am - 9:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Westshore Blvd and North B Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer complimentary valet service.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Whether you’re hosting a corporate event or a social celebration, we are happy to accommodate you. Our event coordinator will assist with every detail, ensuring you have all the amenities you require. Let us help make your event unforgettable.
Seasons 52 - Tampa Ratings and Reviews
Food was great, wine was great...service was a little lack luster server took a few min to get to us and once we got our food we didn't hear from him (did not serve us our food) and we had to be at The Straz at 8 so time was of the essence. So it was a so so experience
Delicious food. Pesto flatbread as a starter was excellent. I had the mahi fish tacos which were fresh and ideally sized for a luncheon. A side of pickles was interested and probably a bit too many but were tasty. Great service very friendly. Busy at lunch though. consider making a reservation even for lunch on a weekday. We arrived at 11:30 for our reservation and the restaurant was pretty empty but filled quickly and when we left at 1:20, it was packed.
Our waiter Mark was professional, courteous and friendly. Although I really like Seasons 52, two of the four of us had the Mahi Mahi tacos. They were possibly the worst tacos I have ever had. I would recommend anything else on the menu. Of course, I will return to 52- great service and typically, excellent food.
I have been several times to this establishment over the past 4 months and each time the reservation times are 20-40 min delayed. This past time we were still enjoying our appetizers when the waitress arrived with our food and asked us to clear our plates away. Sorry but dining in a fine dining establishment is or should be a pleasurable experience not a fast food feel where you are required to eat fast. Normally there is a short wait time b/w appetizers and dinner. Not here. When I questioned why this was happening once again, I was given the same answer as previous. That the kitchen is busy. Sorry but each diner should have the same pleasurable experience and it is the responsibility of the food manager to assure that this is so. I was not told when I reserved table that our service would be sub-par b/c of the kitchen so I expected good quality service. We also noticed that this fine dining establishment is now using 'food runners' to serve and not the wait staff. Once again a disappointment. With so many well organized fine dining restaurants this definitely does not have the correct price/quality ratio.
It was a very busy Valentine's night but the service was still good. We ordered the filet medium and the NY strip medium rare with a side of the mac and cheese. The strip was good but the filet had a burnt flavor that did not have a nice wood grilled taste. The mac and cheese was very dry and all we noticed was the dry breadcrumbs with very little flavor. Atmosphere was good and noise level was such that we felt we could converse normally without being overheard. For the $150, though, we will probably make a different choice next time.
My husband and I celebrated Valentine’s Day at Seasons 52. It was our first time at the restaurant and loved the concept of the seasonal menu. For appetizers, we had the golden beet salad and the mushroom flatbread. For our entree we had the filet mignon with and the sea scallops on risotto with broccolini. Everything was absolutely delicious! Our server Brittney (sorry if I misspelled her name) was very informative about the menu and had suggestions from the wine list. Overall, I loved Seasons 52 and we will be returning for the SPRING menu.
My friends and I have a lovely delicious winter menu lunch. We really enjoyed the roasted cauliflower as our first course. The crisp ahi tuna salad was good and was presented beautifully. The cedar plank salmon was delicious. We enjoyed a fun tiny key lime pie dessert. I would absolutely recommend Seasons 52 for a great lunch or dinner.
Nothing here ever blows me away, but the food is solid American food. The restaurant tries to project a high end dining feel/atmosphere, but does some cheesy things that take away from that - like how they make their servers try to up-sell you on drinks and desert in lame ways + serve mashed potatoes with a ton of dishes. That being said, the food is typically prepared appropriately, and the servings are a good size. The chicken that came with my salad was nice and warm, while the salad was cold and crispy. My husband's steak was a tiny bit overcooked and fairly blackened on the outside, but otherwise fine. The crab and shrimp stuffed mushrooms were awkward - the flavors didn't blend, and they were lacking salt and flavor. Overall, this is a safe spot to take non-adventurous eaters who shy away from strong flavors, but who want to visit a restaurant that feels high end but not pretentious. A lot of older folks that live on the Westshore pack this place on the weekends - so, definitely get reservations.
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