One of our favorite chains invited us to try their latest rotation of the menu. Marie writes about how, once again, she ordered something more awesome than I did.
Our friends at Seasons 52 invited us to come back to their Dunwoody location to sample highlights from their autumn menu. We’ve written about this chain twice before, and noted that they revamp their menu somewhat about every thirteen weeks, adding a selection of wines that they label “Before they’re famous.”
This Florida-based chain has a rotating menu of seasonal offerings, and invited us to sample what’s new for Spring 2012.
We had a terrific evening out in the company of some of our fellow bloggers, and enjoyed the excellent creations of one of the city’s most highly-regarded brewpubs.
Seasons 52 has rolled out its summer menu, and Marie went along to find out what “under 475 calories” creations they have for us this time, and to wonder what the wines to go along with the new entrees might be like.
Chains like this do not have the best reputation among hobbyists. I accepted an invitation to see whether that was fair, and learned a very neat local story about how the business made it through its first, very tough winter in the 1980s.
We were invited to give this nice restaurant another visit to try some of the autumn specials on the “Plates” menu. From the service to the quality of the food, we again left very impressed.