By then – we were starving – so off to Seasons 52 we went! Seasons is located across from Rookwood Plaza and is next to Capital Grille.
Seasons 52 specializes in fresh seasonal menus that are healthy as well. The calories are always listed with each item and you can definitely find some great options. The brunch menu is pretty-droolworthy.
They started us out with an amuse bouche with a raspberry stuffed with goat cheese and pine nuts in a balsamic reduction. You put the words goat cheese and balsamic reduction together – and I’ll eat whatever you put in front of me! It was a delightful little bite!
Neither Dawn or I are much for drinking but we decided to try their Prosecco Bellinis ($10.50). They come in white peach (170 cal) or raspberry (180 cal). The raspberry one was rather difficult to drink because of all the fruit pieces in it but it was tasty – Dawn liked her white peach as well.
Then – the eating began. Oh my – they brought us EVERYTHING on their brunch menu. Holy.
First up – the Vegetable Frittata ($13 – 380 cal). It’s eggs, aged cheddar, roasted red peppers & potatoes and mushrooms with a side of grilled asparagus and sriracha hollandaise.
This was really great and especially when you see it’s only 380 calories! I tried a dab of the hollandaise but it was great without it. This dish ended up getting put on the back burner because of the other amazing items – but we both really enjoyed it. When I head back – it might be my choice just because of how low calorie it is combined with the amount of flavor it packs! Really great choice!
Seasons 52 is also known for their flatbreads and they are typically delish as well. We had a Smoked Salmon Flatbread ($13 – 480 cal). It had cold-smoked Kendall Brook salmon, capers, red onion and a horseradish crema. This was good and we both had a piece or two but all in all – probably our least favorite. It’s good – but I wouldn’t want to have just this as my entree – I think it’s a great starter for a group though.
Then we finally dug into the Brick Oven Brioche French Toast ($13 – 790 cal) – not surprisingly the highest calorie dish. The French Toast is topped with blueberry-infused maple syrup and whiskey-smoked brown sugar pecan.
This was the servers favorite and they said probably the most ordered item. Dawn loved it. I liked it – I didn’t think it was as good as the lobster. It’s decadent for sure but I felt a little under done and sort of one-note. It was very eggy…which is fine. It was good – I just didn’t fall in love with it. You definitely wouldn’t be disappointed ordering it – but I personally enjoyed the Shakshuka and the Lobster Eggs Benedict more…
They also brought us Eggs Benedict sans lobster. I totes ate the poached egg because I’m now obsessed with them. ($13 – 680 cal).
They also brought us a Shrubby Mary ($9.90 – 200 cal) which had tomato vodka, housemade tomato-celery shrub and a touch of sriracha. Neither of us actually likes Bloody Marys but we both said that – for a bloody mary – it wasn’t awful. The whole carrot sticking out was a bit much – I mean – who’s going to chomp down an entire raw carrot? I’d rather have a pickle!