We have tried many different places in Indy since our son moved their. Seasons 52 was amazing. Food, service and drinks were all five star. This is an excellent choice for any occasion!
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Seasons 52 is one of our "go-to" restaurants on the north side of Indianapolis. We especially enjoy their seasonal menu, well-prepared fresh foods, and wonderful service. We appreciate their availability for lunch, dinner, and reservations.
Nice weekend lunch with friends. The food was healthy compared to other options in the area. The roasted artichoke was a bit overdone but flavorful. The salmon with vegetables was perfectly prepared. Interesting wine selection and the server was very attentive and made good suggestions.
Great service, wonderful food, delightful atmosphere. Six friends who had not seen each other for a year, one from St. Louis area, 3 from Illinois and 2 from the Indianapolis area gathered for dinner and we were seated in an oval booth which made it...More
It was okay. Our waiter was great. Everyone who ordered the "truffle" mac and cheese got cold mac and cheese with mushrooms - not what we expected. The Chilean sea bass on the other hand looked excellent and those who ordered it raved about it....More
Dpiesowocki, we are pleased to see that most of your visit was enjoyable. As many high points as you mentioned including the service and house wines, it is hard to overlook that some of the items you were served were unsatisfactory and we offer our...More
We tried Seasons 52 for the first time last weekend. We were celebrating our anniversary. The food was wonderful. The service was great. They gave us a little dessert for our anniversary. It was the perfect evening. I can't wait to go back!
We love the food and presintation with reasonable size portions and great small desserts! The menu changes by what is in season
Taking advantage of the Devour Indy dining program we went to Seasons 52. Three of us had their grilled trout for dinner. The third had their hamburger. All four were delighted with their meals. While I personally thought the potatoes could use something to moisten...More