Seasons feels like someone read the book, tried hard, but failed to execute the 'restaurant experience'. The new menu was cutesy--too much for an elegant experience. The farm to table options were very ordinary-- good enough, but tired looking. The shrimp pasta with carrot sauce sounded better than it tasted. The chicken with potatoes/broccali looked like it stood under warming lights--but tasted fine. The kind, patient server looked like she gave up on our group-actually ASKED us women if we wanted a dessert menu. Of course everyone declined! Really? Just give out the menu!!! (I know that sounds like I'm nutty, but women will always finish with a little sweet if there's chocolate or ice cream!) That was the death knell for Seasons. Easy to be good; hard to be great.