We were very pleased with our first visit at Seasons, moderately priced GREAT food and service was the best we have ever had in Durango, Ask for Michael!
The restaurant was uncomfortably hot. Management did not make us aware that there was no air conditioner prior to seating. Durango was in the 90th that day and by the time we got dinner the establishment was extremely hot. If we wouldn't have asked why it was so hot, they would have never said. There was no apology, to me that is very poor management, would not go back.
We both had the Halibut and it was excellent. Loved the flavors with the heirloom tomatoes. The wine pairing suggested from the chef was spot on. Nice meal.
Food was not edible. Calamari was in a salsa that had a burnt taste. The lemon aioli on top was not good. The roast chicken entree was terrible. It had a sauce on top that tasted awful. The roasted potatoes had way too much rosemary. All in all a really bad experience. Don't go there. And oh by the way, they didn't like that we had booked through Open Table and squeezed us into a bad spot. The menu was very limited and wasn't the same as on the website.
Delicious menu options, terrific service, we totally enjoyed!
We always enjoy eating at Seasons when we come through Durango on our way to and from Tucson to our Children's home in the Basalt area. The food is always different each time with menu changes( we like!!) and with seasonal offerings which we do love. The bar is outstanding, the service is always exemplary, and the food is top notch. We liked our seating next to the open kitchen so we could actually talk with the chef....nice to be able to tell him what a fine meal we had. Thanks for always being there and for serving such nice dinners to weary travelers!!!
Consistently high quality. Menu offers new options all the time.
We've been going to Season's for over 12 years and this was the most unimpressive visit. The waitress made an error with the order and didn't own up to it. She was very surly. Service in general was lacking. It was though they wanted us in and out. The food was good but not superb like in the past. It is still one of the better restaurants in Durango but certainly has moved down the list. What really strikes me is the value proposition of the meals. The quality has gone down but the prices have gone up. $180 bill for 2 people - yikes. Yes, we will go back because we're personal friends of Karen's and want to support local business. I hope she realizes that the place doesn't run the same without her.
We were in Durango for a weekend during Lent. After abstaining from meat on Friday, I thoroughly enjoyed a huge rib eyed steak. My husband ordered fish, which he says was very nice. My daughter ordered a burger. While they enjoyed their salads, I enjoyed a glass of wine from our bottle. The wine menu is extensive and another server helped us order. We finished the meal with a shared crème brulee. Lovely dinner.
It was my friend's birthday, and she's Vegan, so always discerning about meals. She was thrilled with the winter vegetable risotto (which I have had before and it is wonderful). I had the Scottish salmon, which was seasoned and grilled to perfection. It came with Yukon potatoes, which were yummy, and Brussels sprouts (of which I am not a fan, and I know Seasons would have substituted another vegetable, but I tried to be adventurous, and my mother would be proud that I at least tasted!) The flavor was great, but... they're Brussels sprouts. I offered them to my friend. She loved them... said they were like butter melting in her mouth (which is funny because as a Vegan she doesn't eat butter anymore). She took the leftovers home to her husband, also a Vegan, and he raved about them.
Seasons uses real food, as much as possible sourced from local farmers and ranchers, and Chef Dennis knows just what to do to bring out the best of flavors. One nice thing that may be relatively new - you can get wines by the glass either 6 oz. or 9 oz. What a great idea.
The staff were all great. Everyone was friendly. We sat by the kitchen and when we left, the staff there also said goodbye to us. I would definitely come back here. They also have a kid friendly menu which was perfect for our 2 girls. The food was excellent. It's definitely worth it if you're looking for a nice meal for a special treat.
We live in Pagosa Springs and went to Durango for a performance at the Animas Theatre. We spent the night at The Strater and went to your restaurant for dinner because several friends have said that Seasons is the best restaurant in Durango. My husband had the ribeye steak and said it was outstanding. I had the chicken and loved the sauce. However the thigh portion was pretty dry. We had excellent service and will definitely return.
Seasons was a great place to eat. One of the best places to eat in Durango if you are looking for a fine dining experience. The steak was cooked perfectly and the salad was crisp. The wait staff was very good and the desserts were excellent.
Seated on arrival, quick friendly service. The menu is not massive but does offer a good variety of options including a vegetarian option. The calamari as always was an excellent starter. My beef loving husband had a steak and loved every last bite! I enjoyed the root vegetable risotto but quit to leave room for dessert. The decadent chocolate cake was delicious ( wish I could have finished it)! Have eaten there several times and have never been disappointed
Special birthday and out of state guest. Everything was wonderful, relaxing, and delicious. Mark, our server was well versed in the menu, specials, and personal recommendations when asked. He was appropriately attentive without making us feel rushed at any point. Overall, a perfect evening and dining experience.
My husband and I eat at seasons regularly enough and it's usually pretty hit and miss. When is good, it's the best. When it's bad you've just spent $100+ on a bad meal. At the start of our meal I had to send my drink back (I don't know what planet the bartender was from, it was the worst 'old fashioned' I've ever had) and so when course after course, well sucked, I felt bad complaining to the waiter (who was attentive and very nice) so I didn't. I wish I had.
My date had the duck dish and loved it, although a little hard to cut in the dish it was served on. I had the steak. Steak was good, but the mashed potatoes tasted like instant potatoes, disappointing for the price and and being at one of the upscale restaurants in Durango. Will keep this place on the list to try again, but definitely have other favorites we go to often.
The food was exceptionally good and the service was great! The beet salad as very good as were the entrees. We've been here several times and will be back again!
This was our first time at Seasons and we were not disappointed. The service was excellent, the food was very good, and the atmosphere is casual. The Caesar salad dressing was a little disappointing, not as tangy as we normally enjoy. The pork chop and the steak were both very tender and done to perfection and the seafood chowder was great. Also, loved the creme brulee. All in all, a great place to eat.
Love this place-kitchen bar rocks!
We have been to Seasons several times and this was one of the evenings out. The cheese stuffed bacon wrapped date appetizer was amazing. Salads and entrees were also great. The butternut squash ravioli was super delicious. Seasons won restaurant of the year for Durango the night we were there. Congrats!
I proposed here. Beautiful place
great as always. a great dining experience on main street
OUR FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT IN DURANGO. EVERY TIME I GO THERE THEY NICE AND VERY FRIENDLY. THE FOOD IS AMAZING AS ALWAYS. WILL ALWAYS GO BACK
Seasons is so reliable. I had two starters for dinner. The paella (with a rather pricey $15 addition of lobster) was perfection. Lovely Caesar salad with anchovies (of course!). Liked mine better than my husband's fish special, but it was also good.
Selected this restaurant from searching for restaurants in Durango, so didn't know what to expect. The meal was fantastic. Interesting menu and combination of flavors. We will return next time we are in Durango.
Classy restaurant. Warm and friendly staff great food a memorable experience
Not sure if I didn't do my homework as I thought Seasons was going to be a little more upscale. I went the night before NYE hoping to have a romantic dinner. The ambiance was ok I thought a candle on the table and the lights turned down a little at dinner time would have had a cozier feeling. Its definitely casual attire as you can get by wearing jeans and a red flannel should you choose. We were way over dressed me in a dress shirt and dress pants and my girlfriend in a nice dress. The part that counts though is the food and we were not I repeat NOT let down. I had the duck duck goose and it was great it had good flavor and was filling. I got the side of Foie gras and it was very tasty. My girlfriend had the lobster risotto which was also tasty, the flavors came together well I only wish there was more actual lobster in it. Over all we had a great dinner there and the service from Mark was some of the best I have had in town. We will be back to try out other menu items!
food is good. a little pricey.
staff pleasant and good.
got seated immediately.
Absolutely wonderful! Had a fantastic dinner with wonderful service. Love Seasons and all the amazing work you do!
Service, food, and ambiance was outstanding! We'll be back when in the area.
Seasons is one of our go-to spots for a nice dinner to celebrate an anniversary or birthday. Consistently good food and service. Good use of locally raised ingredients.
The Nutcracker Group came in during our visit and service seem to shift to them as opposed to others .
Having been to Seasons many times I chalk this up to the circumstance . I understand that this was an important group but still felt a bit slighted.
It was a large group and just seemed the staff was overwhelmed not purposely indifferent. They were all polite and food was delicious .
Terrific evening from the food to the service to the ambiance. Fabulous wine selection.
Always great food and service! Perfect for lunch or dinner.
Good food, good service, great meal on a snowy Durango night. Somewhat pricey, but very enjoyable nonetheless.
The food is local and fresh. Everything was absolutely delicious!
The service was uncomfortable, awkward bar tender at the bar. The food was very disappointing in comparison to our first visit in September. My wife and I were actually looking forward having dinner here...I don't think we will be dining here again. Very disappointing:(
I like seasons a lot. Very inviting decor & the food/ service is always as good as it gets in Durango. Great Main St. Location insures good view of the vibrant street scene. Who knew. One of the appetizers was mussels in a savory broth served with crispy , skinny French fries. Outstanding. Perfectly cooked pan fried pork chop is definitely worth consideration. Terrific wine list at all price points. Based on some of the upper points some folks seriously bring their wallet. I would have gone 5 stars save for the rather chintzy sized whiskey on the rocks cocktails & after dinner drinks.