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Tuesday, December 14, 2010


The Seasons: Back in Style, Now More Affordable and with Asian Specialties as Well

Had a wonderful evening at the Seasons last night for a work party with the Innovationedge team and family. Especially enjoyed their amazing jumbo shrimp and spectacular apple dessert (also tried some of their chocolate mousse--yum!). The Seasons struggled for a while with a reputation of being too pricey, but a look at their menu refutes that. The lunch menu has everything between $8 and $12, such as dill seared salmon for $10 or their Reuben sandwich for $9, or seared ahi tuna salad for $12. The dinner menu has butternut squash ravioli for $18, Chilean sea bass for $28, and rack of lamb for $30. For starters, there are crabcakes for $12, a cheese plate for $12, etc., and four salads at $6.

They also have a page of Asian dishes, having brought in the chef that was doing Lemon Grass, the excellent Thai restaurant that was in an awkward location. The Asian menu features orange glazed chicken for $18, red, yellow, or green curry for $17, shrimp and scallops for $25, and among appetizers, there is ahi tuna tacos for $12 or Thai spring rolls for $6.

Great food, excellent service, and a very pleasant, classy setting, now including some touches of Thai decoration.

Thumbs up for the Seasons. They are at 213 South Nicolet Road in Appleton, a few yards south of the golden reflective Berbee building near the College Avenue entrance to the mall, and just west and a bit south of Outback Steakhouse.
(920) 993-9860
Jeff, this is unrelated to the post, but didn't want to bother you with an email - did I see you at Penzey's on Friday, December 24th?
Yeah, that was me. Love Penzeys!
I don't see what you want to bring across here, the Seasons is still pricey, no matter how you word it...Butternut Squash Ravioli for $18, give me a break.
Seriously, who can afford to take their clients there for lunch, let alone dinner? At least no small business owner from around here.
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