About Seasons 52 - Chestnut Hill
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.
American, Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday 10:00am -1:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Sunday 11:00am-4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Hammond Pond Pkwy
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is available.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, 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 - Chestnut Hill Ratings and Reviews
food and service was good but we asked f ...
food and service was good but we asked for separate checks and that was an utter, utter nightmare. it was a birthday party and it had been arranged weeks before . it took a full hour after we finished eating to get the checks. The guests became angry and upset. Many of the checks were simply wrong. The digital cashier machine was unbearably slow- i was there with the stuff,w ho were stuck with horrible equipment. I had similar parties at blue ginger the night before and not your average joes the lunch day before and it was smooth as silk. I was almost in tears. they also were supposed to charge the first drink, up to 8.50 to my bill . but they charged all the drinks--including at least 5 over that price to my bill.
Went for lunch. We were with old friends ...
Went for lunch. We were with old friends & were catching up. The waiter was so patient & came back several times. Food was good. We all had squash soup & different salads. All good.
The wine " expertise" was low but it's hard to expect a part time waiter at late lunch to know that much.
The restaurant is comfortable & quite pretty.
Overall very good experience.
The waiter was very attentive but we did ...
The waiter was very attentive but we didn't get offered bread. The food was excellent but the portions were small. They have a dessert display they bring out which you pick from. They were tiny glasses with different style desserts. This was one aspect I didn't like because they were so small you really couldn't share. The best part of ordering dessert is to be able to pick a few and share with the table. Overall a good experience and I'll be back.
I really like the ambiance of this resta ...
I really like the ambiance of this restaurant. The artichoke/goat cheese flatbread was delicious. Unfortunately the service was lacking; the main course was brought to the table before the appetizer was completely finished. Similarly our waiter never poured our wine after the initial pour. My friend had the scallop dinner which was delicious. My mistake in ordering the swordfish. I just didn't like the presentation. My espresso was served while I was away from the table, which is fine, but the extra time in getting the waiter to bring the sweetener was unacceptable.
The staff is "over-trained." Stop asking ...
The staff is "over-trained." Stop asking if we've been here before. Stop explaining the "Seasons themes." The swordfish was too dry with too much potato. The quail had a sauce reminiscent of the the sweet Chilean sea bass sauce. ...way too formulaic! But it is a good place to take my 89 year old mother who lives next door.
Our server, Steven, is a nice person. H ...
Our server, Steven, is a nice person. He could use better training though.
He was not as attentive as I thought he should have been. We had expected to be four at the table, but one guest called us to say she couldn't attend. Steven never checked our table and said he was waiting for the fourth person to show up.
Second, when packing our food in the take home carton, he started to use his fingers to push it in. This is really unacceptable.
As I said, he is a nice person who just needs some more and or better training.
This is our second trip to Seasons 52. ...
This is our second trip to Seasons 52. We feel like there are many healthy options on the menu and it's nice seeing the calorie count, even on the drinks, so we know what we're eating. The food is seasonal and delicious. I have been warned by two sets of friends that the service is not good and unfortunately that was our experience. We were there at 7pm on a Saturday night, a peak time, and every table looked filled. We were not offered water, the soup that two of ordered had run out (seems pretty early in the evening for a special soup!) the appetizers did not arrive at the same time and in fact we needed to ask for the second set because we waited so long. Just a few examples of service issues that made the dining experience annoying. It's too bad because the food is so good.
We were delighted with the food and with ...
We were delighted with the food and with the service. Example: We forgot to take our credit card after signing, and there was a message waiting on our home landline when we entered the house. Also, it was our anniversary, and they brought us free champagnes!
My second time to this restaurant in the ...
My second time to this restaurant in the past month. Ambiance is nice but the food was mediocre both times.Friday night I ordered fish and had to send it back. It had a strange taste and was definitely not fresh. Our waiter was great and ordered a new dish (quail)which took 30 minutes.
I'm unimpressed with the food. Service and ambiance were good.
My 2nd visit Seasons 52 was as pleasing ...
My 2nd visit Seasons 52 was as pleasing as the first. Special cocktails and a variety of food on the menu and recommend the salmon with dill. Service attentive and a manager visited more than once. Dessert shooters give you a taste of sweet at meal's end. Only complaint is that no bread was offered.
We were seated at a quiet booth in the b ...
We were seated at a quiet booth in the bar area, which was perfect for the 4 of us who needed to talk seriously. Our server, David, was charming and efficient. All of our meals were tasty, especially the salmon salad and roast chicken. For some reason, there was a long delay between the flatbread appetizers and the main courses. However, that just gave us more time to talk--it worked out fine.
We've dined here about six times and dec ...
We've dined here about six times and decided that this evening will be the last - at least at the Chestnut Hill location. We were there for a family dinner and, as usual, the menu was inviting. But then we waited and waited for the food to arrive. No bread for the table was offered to ease the wait. So I asked and was told, strangely, that they didn't offer any "table bread" and then was told they had run out. Which one was it? My ravioli was sitting under a heat lamp so long that the sauce was dried off completely. My mother's salad was dosed with far too much pepper and it wasn't edible. Seriously! Pizza was good and the drinks were fine. The facility itself is beautiful but dining is mostly about the service and food. This evening disappointing meals reminded me that our previous experience was also fraught with a long wait and uneven food quality. Given all the dining options in the neighborhood this will be our last visit here for a while.
Good food, service blows. Our waiter was ...
Good food, service blows. Our waiter was nice when he did come by but not attentive at all. Even the table next to ours was not cleaned up until 30 min later! There were busboys and other waiters I saw standing around. It also took 30 min for our appetizer to come out. The waiter did apologize because apparently some other waiter took his order. But I wish he offered us a small dish to hold us off for waiting another 15 min. I am pregnant and was starving by then. Took quite some time for him to bring beer over for my husband. And he forgot my lemon for my water. I constantly had to ask him for water refill when I feel like he could have easily refill when came over. Not observant at all. Overall, food was good, but it just took too long to get our food. So many great restaurants in the area. I'd prob choose them before coming back here again unfortunately. Another thing to mention, I made reservations but we still had to wait 10 min for our table. Not sure why when half the restaurant was empty.
Kudos to Manny! I was meeting a friend f ...
Kudos to Manny! I was meeting a friend for dinner and she wound up not being able to join me. My server treated me as if I was family. The food was delicious, par usual. But the service was over the top great. Both Ivo and Manny are keepers. They make this place a decadent experience. Food is light and fresh and never greasy or heavy.
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