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About Seasons 52 San Diego - Seaport District
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, and signature handcrafted cocktails.
Complimentary valet Mon.-Fri. until 4pm; $8 valet parking, 4pm-close and on Saturday and Sunday. Valet pricing excludes holidays and special events.
Open for lunch and dinner daily; extended hours on the weekend. Sunday Brunch, 10am-1pm.
Searching for a place to host your 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. Visit us at www.Seasons52.com.
San Diego, CA 92101
Contemporary American, American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 10:00pm - 9:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 1:00pm
W Harbor Dr., Kettner Blvd., Pacific Coast Hwy
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet Mon.-Fri. until 4pm, and $8 valet parking, 4pm-close and on Saturday and Sunday. Valet pricing excludes holidays and special events.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, 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 San Diego - Seaport District Ratings and Reviews
Our first visit to Seasons 52 in San Diego proved that this restaurant was every bit as good as some other locations in the US. Although it is a small chain, this restaurant has an awesome menu selection, great service, a fantastic wine collection (including 52 wines by the glass)...and mini-desserts. I highly recommend Seasons 52 for any fine dinging occasion.
This was our first time here and it was Mother's Day. Wait for our food was over 40 min. My kids were starving and my parents were furious. It was not a good night. And the bathrooms were disgusting. No soap in the soap dispensers and bathrooms were not clean. You would expect cleaner bathrooms from a restaurant like that. Food was ok. Definitely not recommending this restaurant to anyone!
We went for Mother's Day. My wife's food came out with the wrong potatoes on the plate. The kitchen put short ribs hash on her plate. It didn't go with the lobster eggs benedict. We sent it back. They picked some of the ribs out and wiped the plate down and gave it back to us. It still had the hash and now the eggs were cold. We sent it back one more time and they never brought it. The management gave us the rest of the food for free but it didn't help that the mother at the table didn't eat. The management also said that the chef wouldn't believe him when he said it was still wrong AND said they didn't have enough eggs for the day. I think the chef need to be fired.
What a nice way to spend Mother's Day. We arrived a little early for our reservation and there was a line at the front door. We checked in, were offered a free drink while we waited and were able to sit in the lounge area while our table was prepped. The food there is always fresh and delicious. Our server was very attentive. Our daughter loves ordering off the adult menu even though the kids' menu has a lot of good choices and is good value for money. Our favorite part of the meal is the dessert selection and the perfect little portion sizes they offer. The restaurant can be a little noisy but that's because it is so busy and popular.
Maybe because it was busy that is why my experience was not the best. Our server was nice but our glasses never got refilled and it took her forever to come to our table.
The food was just OK! Could be better. The flat bread was good but it was burnt, my pallae was ok, salty and the scallops were under cooked.
I will give it a second go around. Maybe they were just too busy.
It was within walking distance of Marriott Marquis and ranked well by TripAdvisor and Yelp - we were not disappointed. Tom was a great waiter too. I got the world famous waffles my wife got the French toast filled with peanut butter and banana - scrumptious. Also they offer real maple syrup on the side for an additional charge - well worth it - for $1.25 we got enough syrup for two. Very much appreciated and received.
This is part of a chain but one would not know this with the quality of food. We enjoyed the salmon and trout, both very well prepared and presented. A highlight for us was the chocolate peanut butter torte---not too big in size but a great way to end the meal. Service was good but it was somewhat disconcerting to have multiple people serving our table. They have a system and it works for them...but would have liked to know at the start that we would be served by "the team".
It's Easter, so I shouldn't have had high expectations. They were out of a number of items by 7 pm. But I ordered the halibut and later was told they were out. I then ordered a steak. The meals were delivered and the halibut was sitting in front of me. I asked two people to confirm it was for me. It was not. They took it and delivered it to someone else. Then my second choice was delivered after the others at my table were served. It would have been nice to be offered a glass of wine or dessert for my effort to make sure the halibut was delivered to its rightful diner. By the way, the halibut looked delicious.
The food was bad and in follow up with the manager John, he was rude, nasty and condescending ! He would do nothing for us and basically told us too bad, too sad!!!! also had issues with the bill and John again, told us basically, it was because we were stupid and can't read! Not only has Sally's lost our business (and we had been there MANY times before), but we are going to spread the word to family, friends, business associates and the BBB! We really were treated badly especially by the manager john who could have made it all right but made it all much, much, worse!!!!!!!!!
We actually ate their twice, earlier in the week for appetizers during happy hour and then later in the week for dinner. The seafood is excellent and we didn't have any better during our week in San Diego. We had the carmelized scallops for dinner over risotto and asparagus. All were cooked to perfection and the scallops were especially good, with superb flavor, cooked correctly and not overdone to become rubbery. Most impressive, we could watch Eric, the managing partner, check every dish from salads, to appetizers, to entrees as they were coming out of the kitchen. He would check each one for presentation and quality and he kept a running dialog with the various chefs to ensure the kitchen ran like a well oiled machine. We were very impressed by the attention to detail and it speaks volumes when management is that involved. Mauricio, the dining room manager, was stopping at every table to great guests and ensure they were receiving outstanding service. Between the outstanding food, attentive wait staff and top shelf management, I'll be sure to visit this restaurant again if I visit San Diego and also go to their other restaurants in other parts of the country. A very strong recommendation for this restaurant and its location by Seaport Village is ideal if you're staying at the Embassy Suites or Grand Hyatt. We paid more in other San Diego restaurants, but did not receive the same outstanding food and service that we received here. A "must visit" for dining!
A birthday lunch at 1:00 on a Tuesday is just what I hoped it would be. Quiet, with few people inside, good service, and the asparagus soup with artichoke flatbreads was delicious and just perfect for a lunch. I've been there for dinner and it was so packed and so loud you could not converse. Loved the lunch.
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