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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
Our salads and entrees (scallops & salmon) were very good. Good size portions & very tasty. Dessert was a disappointment, though. We got the pumpkin pear chocolate ice cream cake. When it arrived, it was still frozen and very hard to eat. The cake part was dry & not very flavorful.
We had a lovely dinner at SR&G. Service was excellent, food was very good. We were seated next to a very large group so the noise level increased as they got into their meal. That said, it was still a nice evening. We loved the ambiance of the restaurant, from the peach colored walls to the modern art...very comfortable on the eyes.
Very high end food at pretty reasonable prices. We enjoyed the duck appetizer, a salad, the pork shank and the beef tenderloin. Excellent craft cocktails. Only disappointment was the comped “signature” dessert. It tasted like it had been made a few days ago and was just pulled out of the fridge. Otherwise everything was delightful.
The atmosphere was wonderful, started out on a bad foot with service. Felt like the waiter was trying to rush us through...took my husband for his birthday so it was a special occasion to us and wanted to enjoy cocktails thru wine etc. We didn't even have dessert in the end. Food was good? Unfortunately, over shadowed by service.
Seasons is truly great ALBUQUERQUE restaurant. Our server was Geoffrey and he was excellent. The menu is excellent with a great selection. The daily chefs specials were very very good. We have had dinner many times in the past 6-7 years and the service and quality of food are exceptional.
I maybe spoiled, but usually when I book with Open Table we get a nice table without specifying or requesting. We arrived at Seasons a bit early for our reservation to avoid a storm with almost all tables open and we were given the worst table in the house. We were placed right next to the waitress food pick up station and had to ask to be reseated to an acceptable table. No one should have to pay $35 for an entree and be seated in a “work zone”.
Nice looking place in a quiet area near Old Town. White table cloths covered with paper tops make it look and feel elegant. I ordered a seafood Cioppino, one of the specials this evening. It was really good. I would order it again. It had scallops, shrimp, a light fish, and mussels in a savory tomato based soup. My son and wife also liked it. But they ordered the scallop dinners, each of which came with 3 scallops, and each dinner cost more money than mine. They were not pleased that there were only 3 scallops for that price. The dishes were tasty, but they were not happy with what seemed like a meager meal. The included spinach salads were excellent. My wife had a side salad ahead of the entree; it was excellent (she shared with me). I would go back; my wife would be hesitant for the price she paid for only 3 scallops.
The wait staff is very professional and attentive without being obtrusive.
We started with the raw oysters..delicious!
The calamari was unseasoned and the coating was heavy and had no flavor,plus,...it fell off the calamari. My husband ordered the swordfish. Once again no seasoning, not even salt and pepper. I ordered the lamb..same problem. The balsamic glaze was more of a gravy without a hint of flavor...how do you do that? I have no problem paying for food that has been thoughtfully prepared , but this was just, expensive boring and plain....... ho hum .
Called ahead to change reservation. Got the perfect advice on where to sit to suit me. Everyone enjoyed. The bartender took good care of the parents before I arrived, and the drink/app/dinner/desert experience was great from start to finish. Special props to Nikki for the tip, and to whoever grilled my tuna!
Food was excellent!! My bar drink was also perfectly made. They have a couscous mac n cheese that is to die for. My husband's butternut squash ravioli w scallops was also good. The only thing keeping this restaurant from 5 stars for me was the service. The waiter(s) were efficient, and personable, but it just felt like they were short a couple of service people. We, and others around us had to go out of our way to snag them when we needed something. The place was quite busy. You won't be disappointed if you try it at a less busy time.
We had a positive experience from the moment we walked in. The Hostess greeted us and we were early for our dinner reservations and she recommended we sit at the bar while she tried to expedite our seating for dinner. Within a few minutes, she had our table ready. We enjoyed a wonderful dinner and the cocktails were great.
Great place for dinner and excellent drinks and appetizers.
Some of the best service we've had--friendly yet professional, with every course timed perfectly. We weren't rushed, nor did we ever feel neglected and the restaurant was very busy on that Saturday night. Great wine recommendation, and delicious food, so very fresh.
Menu was a bit too eclectic for our East coast tastes. The seared scallops were great but the jalapeno grits didn't have enough kick or flavor. Crab cake appetizer was also very good. Tried desserts: homemade vanilla ice cream was the best, raspberry brownie parfait was ok, cobbler was disappointing.
Went here to entertain out of town guests. What a beautiful restaurant. Original, great food. Excellent service. The ambience is really nice. I would highly recommend Seasons. There are so very few really classy restaurants that get the big and all the little things right.
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