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About Seasons of Durango
Seasons of Durango , established in 1994, is firmly rooted to American-style cooking perfectly paired with exemplary service. Our casually elegant dining room buzzes with the excitement of an open exhibition kitchen, award winning wine list and the best views of Main Street . Seasons is a truly memorable dining experience. Wine Spectator Award Winner continuously since 2003!
Durango, CO 81301
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm;
Dinner:Monday - Sunday: 5:30pm - Close
Bar Opens Daily at 4:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Two private dining areas, temperature controlled, music controlled, flat screen TV in each room for presentations.
Street and public parking near.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Wine Cellar with room for up to 26. Private Tasting room with room for up to 10.
Private Party Contact:
Karen Barger: (970) 382-9790
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Monthly Wine Classes, Eno-Tech! Reservations required. Second Tuesday of each month.
Spirit Series Classes held monthly
Seasons of Durango Ratings and Reviews
My lady friend and I made reservations for our anniversary. Flowers were on the table and a bottle of champagne was on ice waiting for us. The service was above and beyond what I expected. The food was thoroughly delicious. It was an experience that I will not soon forget. Thanks a bunch.
Had a terrific meal with roasted shisito peppers for appetizer, husband had the trout and I had a terrific risotto prepared vegan style that ess delicious. Our waiter was attentive and helpful with our choices. Will definitely go back when in Durango again!
One of the party of 4 was a vegan. Having frequented the restaurant many times, the chef previously was able to put together a vegan dish that was well seasoned and tasty. In this last occasion, the chef provided a bland tasting risotto with vegetables and demonstrated a complete lack of creativity or interest. It was terrible!
The patio was surprisingly empty, which made for a quiet, romantic evening. Food was top notch, as expected. It's nice that Seasons makes a special effort to use local produce & meats, is creative with seasonal foods. Service was attentive (thanks, Jamie!) and very friendly and helpful. No complaints, will return for sure.
I was traveling alone on a business trip and was staying in Durango and found this place on Opentable. Based on the reviews, I decided to reserve a table. What a smart move -- the duck liver mousse was mild and smooth and delicious; the coho salmon with roasted beets and red potatoes was out of this world. The cappuccino was hot and excellent. And the server (Mark) was excellent, too. I highly recommend this restaurant
We eat at Seasons every time we can find an excuse to drive through Durango and we're never disappointed. The quality of the food and wine is a cut above any mountain town and rates right there up there with the best food experiences in Colorado (and Utah and Nevada and...). Good service, fresh creative cooking and a distinctive wine list in a comfortable casual setting. What more could you ask for?
We had a delicious dinner at Seasons. We both ordered off the special menu. My husband had the scallops and I had the grilled Alaskan sockeye. They were both beautifully plated and cooked perfectly. It was evident that the chef takes pride in his/her work. We had the peach shortcake for dessert with those delicious Colorado peaches! Yum! We love coming to Seasons whenever we're in town
Thoroughly enjoyed everything we ordered. Sockey salmon was probably the best I've tasted. Kale salad and ceasar salad were excellent. Our server was knowledgable and attentive.
My only complaint - $3.00 for a bread basket and $1.50 for extra dressing for a salad?? What's up with that in a quality restaurant like Seasons?
My second time at Season's... I'm a bit of a food snob and must say that I love this place. Incredible service, the food is amazing and if I if I want a $400.00 bottle of wine of a $20.00 bottle of wine they've got you covered. I'll be back again and again!
I was charged $1.00 for cocktail sauce to go with my oysters on the 1/2 shell. Apparently $63.00 for 6 oysters and a flank steak just wasn't enough. I get the concept of fine dining, but even Long John Silvers will give you all the cocktail sauce you want at NO extra cost. It should be noted: I wasn't asking for EXTRA cocktail sauce. I just wanted SOME cocktail sauce. Perhaps the waiter could've told me condiments were only offered at an ADDITIONAL charge.
We visit Durango 3-4 times a year and always eat here. Food is outstanding. Love the use of local meat and produce. Also have great seafood. This dinner we shared the baby kale salad with cherries, almonds and local cheese. Very nice, light vinagarette. For dinner I had the sockeye salmon which was pan seared with local potatoes, fava beans and mushrooms. It was outstanding. For dessert had home made chocolate and cherry pit (oh so creamy and cherry tasting) ice cream. We had a good bottle of pinot noir that was reasonably priced. Service excellent. Can't wait to eat here again.
We heard good reviews on the Seasons & we are a bit of a foodie so we were excited. But, we had eaten @ ken & Sue's the night before so our experience was altered. The bar menu was not imaginative & bar service took forever. Our waiter was pleasant but did not connect. I had the lamb tagine & son had the mahi mahi. It was good but nobody was going "here you have to have a bite". The ambience was cheerful but I think it's overhyped!
Seasons has the types of entrees you'd expect on their menu. They really shine on the nightly specials. Seasons puts a focus on lamb. I had lamb tanjine with a subtle molé sauce. My wife had gnocchi with bolognese. The sauce was rich from stock and the meat had been grilled prior to being incorporated in the sauce. Both entrees were outstanding. We had a bottle of Rombauer Zinfandel direct "fron Karen's stash." It was a good way to go.
Great place for dinner. Service was awesome. Food very good too. Loved the halibut special. Caesar salad good but not outstanding. Patio was a bit sterile but we chose to go there after passing up an awesome table. A little early for patio dining perhaps with flowers it would be better. :-)
We had the grilled asparagus apppetizer for $10 and there were only four thin stalks although there was an egg and more meat than needed. The chicken entree was overcooked and flavorless. The bread pudding dessert was the worst bread pudding I ever ate - the bread was two hard, soaked pieces that did not taste like bread. All of this substandard food at upscale prices. The waitress was rather strange too. I think the cook/chef needs inspiration - very disappointed in the meal.
We were travelling across the US and stayed in Durango, a nice town. Being retired, and having eaten in thousands of restaurants, it's difficult to be wowed. I was completely swept off my feet by the owner, the food, and the service. From the great ham and bean soup, wonderful artisan bread, seared halibut and rabbit sausage[perfect amount of fennel], my wife and I just smiled through the entire meal. This is a must stop. We spend winters in San Diego and summers in Wisconsin. We take different routes but I believe the road through Durango will be our preferred route in the future.
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