I’ve been on a major healthy eating kick lately. I’m talking way more meals at home and a more mindful approach into what I put in my body. But let’s be honest, that doesn’t mean I always want to stay at home cooking myself dinner. There’s something to be said about an enjoyable meal out with friends. Enter, Season’s 52. All of their dining options are made with fresh seasonal ingredients – and the new Harvest Menu highlights the flavors of fall with a $29.95 three-course tasting menu. One night after work, my friend and I headed over to try out some of their delicious options.
My friend started with the Spinach and Caramelized Bosc Pear Salad. With toasted walnuts, Gorgonzola, and sherry-walnut vinaigrette this salad was light and fresh – a delicious way to start the meal.
I went with the Butternut Squash Soup to start because it was a cold night and that’s one of my favorite soups. This rendition was delicious – super creamy and it was topped with perfectly crispy mushrooms for some crunch.
Choosing what to order for the second course was a tough one – everything sounded fabulous. My friend went with the Cedar Plank Roasted Salmon. The preparation was pretty simple and straightforward, which let the beautiful piece of fish shine. Oh, and don’t sleep on the dill-mustard sauce.
Going off our amazing waitresses recommendation, I went with the Mediterranean-Style Lamb Shank. It was slow roasted, so the meat was fall off the bone tender. It was another beautifully prepared dish.
At Season’s 52, all of the desserts are called ‘mini-indulgences’ and they’re basically shot-glass sized versions of your favorite cakes. We were presented with a tray of the nine desserts available the evening we visited. They all sounded delicious, but we decided to share the S’mores Treat and the Mocha Treat. Both were delicious and the perfect size to end the meal.
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While this meal was paid for by Seasons 52, all opinions stated here are my own.