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/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Private Room, Takeout, 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
The food was outstanding: all seven din ...
The food was outstanding: all seven diners were very happy.
The waiter needs more training, although he was very nice, he should know that one doesn't start serving dessert before clearing all the main course dishes. I would have preferred it if he were a bit more attentive.
Once again, compliments for delicious meals all around our table.
The service, from front desk to our wait ...
The service, from front desk to our waitress, was outstanding: warm, friendly and efficient.
A nice touch: booth backs are high enough so one doesn't see adjoining diners, lending a greater sense of privacy, if that's what you wish.
The variety of cocktails we had were ALL nicely done.
The meal contained too many disappointments at this price level: filet mignon that both parties who ordered it agreed was not the quality they ought to have been, a rack of lamb not quited spiced enough (though all cooked to temperatures precisely as ordered). The scallops were delicious and are highly recommended.
The sense we left with was this was a place to come back to, believing we will be so nicely attended to and learning from our mistakes as to what to order.
Incredible atmosphere matched by the imp ...
Incredible atmosphere matched by the impeccable service. This was my first visit and I was delighted. The food choices were excellent and reasonably priced. The atmosphere made it very conducive to having a great conversation.
We had 16 people in our group and the pe ...
We had 16 people in our group and the people at Seasons 52 were great. We called ahead and requested the room in back and let them know that people would be getting up and we might not be that quiet. The manager accommodated us and we had a private area.
The service was very good and attentive and everyone enjoyed the food and drinks. We had a lot of fun and it was the perfect choice on a Saturday night for a large group. We all would recommend.
Was good but not as good as last times w ...
Was good but not as good as last times we were there. Husband's meal came out overcooked and mine was luke warm and a bit undercooked. Our friends were happy with theirs. Menu selection is good. Waitress was inexperienced. May have been an off nite for the restaurant . Will go back another time.
While three of us had good meals, the mi ...
While three of us had good meals, the mishmash vegetarian dish and the unfocused service would keep us from returning to this location. I was brought the wrong wine twice, and charged for two glasses, not the one that I actually had. Surprisingly, there was only one vegetarian entree at a restaurant that emphasizes fresh produce - and it was a random assortment which my daughter found to all taste the same, and not good. Even more surprisingly, no one questioned whether it was acceptable. Her nearly full plate was removed, and she wasn't even asked if she wanted to take it home.
The pacing of the meal was off. Our appetizer was brought to us before the dinner order was taken, making for an awkward shuffling of menus and plates. There was a long lag in service between ordering and appetizer and dinner, but then we were rushed at the end. No apologies for the wine overcharge or the wrong wine - when I questioned the second wine brought to me, the waitress insisted it was right. Gruner Vertliner is not Gewurtztraminer and is not Vinho Verde! Easier to drink it than ask again for the correct wine. Addressing us by our name throughout the dinner seemed rehearsed.
On the other hand, my scallops, my husband's short ribs, and my daughter's chicken were well-prepared, beautifully presented, and thoroughly enjoyed. However, we will not be returning.
Really surprised by this experience - I ...
Really surprised by this experience - I have been several times to the Burlington location - this was my first to chestnut hill. I pad $30 for a very overlooked piece of what I guess to be 2-3 ounces salmon. Another in our party had the lobster entree and I was not aware that lobster tails came so small. Almost every dish left something to be desired.
Although the restaurant was not crowded ...
Although the restaurant was not crowded the night I was there, it had a chain restaurant feel because things were so rushed. We actually got our main course before finishing our appetizer. It was just placed there without apology. When we said that this is not good, finally our own waitress came by to apologize as did the maître d'. You did get the sense that this was just pro forma on both their parts, since added to the apology was the simple excuse, "our kitchen got a little ahead of itself." I would have said a lot ahead actually! The service was not attentive. As for the food, my guest enjoyed the salmon dish, but my dish of shrimp with cheddar grits was really a failure. The sauce on the shrimp was not at all in balance with the grits and smothered its flavor. Plus the sauce was none to good. As for the grilled artichoke, its sauce too was all wrong for the delicate flavor of the artichoke, plus it was a bit undercooked.
Food was good, but a bit pricey for what ...
Food was good, but a bit pricey for what we received. Beef short ribs, the 2 combined were maybe 5 oz, cooked, but kinda fatty. Tasted good, but on a smear of grits and with 2 baby carrots for $28.00 - it was good, but overpriced for what was received.
Waitress on a quiet night, too pushy - tried to rush us thru and out when we clearly stated we were in no hurry. That was disconcerting. I liked it, didn't love it, but the prices for what you get are too high. Nice restaurant, but value for $$ spent is not there. I much prefer BRIO in the same mall for a better price point.
While we were surprised to get in on sho ...
While we were surprised to get in on short notice, it was a summer Sunday evening. Every course was delicious, from the summer corn soup to the main course (wild salmon for me, scallops for my wife) to the signature desserts. I appreciate the way the menu follows the seasons. Not too heavy, not too light; not overly spiced, just flavorful. Our server was pleasant and efficient. While I consider Seasons 52's pricing to be a bit high, it is hard to complain.
The food was excellent. Very fresh and ...
The food was excellent. Very fresh and on the healthier side using seasonal ingredients. Our server seemed inexperienced which bothered my husband because she wasn't able to answer a lot of his questions. Decor seemed a little dated even though I know it's a newer place. It was very busy though which is a testament of how good the food is.
Have been here before where the experien ...
Have been here before where the experience was ok - not good, not bad, just average. This time was no beuno. After we put our order in, our food did not come for another 35/40 minutes, and even then it took another 10 minutes for one of the dishes to come out. Under normal circumstances I do not blame the server for slow food. However, we were checked on only once, about 5 minutes before our food finally came. It was towards the end of the night too so the hanger was real. We not we're also not given nor offered bread/crackers/healthy thing while we were waiting. When our food did come, the waiter hardly apologized, and whatever apology he did give did not seem genuine. Even at the end of the meal, before our food was taken away we asked for the check. Yet we still waited another 20 minutes.
The food is always terrific...creative w ...
The food is always terrific...creative without being too fussy and pretentious. I love the fact that the menu changes seasonally, but a few reliably delicious staples remain (e.g. flatbreads, shrimp & grits). It would be helpful to have a few more rose choices on the menu, and to be sure that all wait staff is pretty knowledgeable about the wines. I'm not expecting sommeliers, but just a bit more "conversant" about the choice. But this is not a huge deal; love this restaurant!
First time at this restaurant. Liked it ...
First time at this restaurant. Liked it dig wine list by the glass and that server brought bottle to table and gave you a taste before pouring a full glass. Went because they advertised Copper River Salmon. When I mentioned it to server, she did not seem to know what I was talking about and referred to menu that said "wild Alaskan salmon" Yes, Copper river is in Alaska, but it is a special run of salmon for a short period of time. We did order the wild salmon and enjoyed it even though it was a little overcooked and dry. Nice plate presentation. Liked other options on menu. risotto was great as was side order of corn. Artichoke appetizer was enormous. Server brought desserts without asking if we were interested - good way to sell, but would like to be asked.
Servers need a little more training. Ours took dirty plates from another table and left them on an adjacent table. They sat there for over 15 mins. when she asked someone else to take them in kitchen.
Great food and restaurant. The only thin ...
Great food and restaurant. The only thing I really don't understand is why they bring main course before you finish appetizer, and it wasn't just once. And they would bring you desert to choose without asking too. So be prospered in case you are on sugar free diet.
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