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Jun 22, 2010 06:16 PM

Seasons 52 Pricing?

Hey all,
I'm in the midst of planning places to eat while we are in the Disney area. Seasons 52 sounds great, but I'm hesitant to make reservations with no prices on the menu. Does anyone have a menu with prices, or any ballpark figures to give me (e.g. appetizers ranged from $9-11, entrees from $14-21)? Thanks!

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  1. those prices are pretty close to accurate, but I implore you, go somewhere else. Seasons has really gone downhill.

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    1. re: askdrtodd

      some local food critics are still in love, it seems. tell them it is low-cal and everything tastes better.

      1. re: andy huse

        when it first opened, my wife and I went there as frequently as possible (on college students' budgets) and loved it. I think when they franchised it, it had that same effect as making a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy kinda thing on a xerox.

        1. re: askdrtodd

          I believe the one s/he's referring to is the original on Sand Lake Road, and I've read opinions several times (here?) that the original is still better than the new "copies". Maybe jessi can tell us after s/he visits?

          P.S. I wasn't crazy about the food at the Tampa one, but the service was top notch.

          1. re: joan

            that's the one I meant too, My wife and I went to UCF and used to frequent the SLR restaurant when it opened, last visit wasn't too great though.

            1. re: askdrtodd

              I've been to the ones in Boca and Ft. Lauderdale, and my guests and I have given them two thumbs up.

    2. Here is the allmenu website, with prices (not sure of how current this is):

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      1. That lack of pricing is weird. The Tampa Seasons 52 has prices and I like the food a lot. (And no, I do not care about calories. In fact, in general, in restaurants, I try to avoid low cal dishes.) The food stands on its own.

        I recommend the chili and the rainbow trout.