Thursday night for our last outing I suggested 5 Seasons North. I just feel a bit disappointed in this place. We had a group of 8, pretty much everyone ordered the $16 steak. 4oz of beef with a side of a blue cheese stuffed baked potato and asparagus. They liked it. All the women said it was a good portion size, but for $16 I'm not sure it's worth it. Plus the steaks weren't cooked the way the girls ordered it. It's hard to cook such a small piece of meat above medium, without just cooking it to well done, and the girls who had problems ordered medium well. I had the Antelope burger, which I enjoyed but I think that $13 for a burger ($14 with cheese) even if it is Antelope is a bit pricey. I also had one of their special beers. It was the Venus, a Belgian Whit, and I don't think I could have told the difference between it and Blue Moon. I've had better. *shrug* Back to the burger for a minute. I liked the lean slightly sweet meat, but it was a small portion, and I think I'd rather just go to Ruby Tuesday for their Buffalo burger which is larger and cheaper.
Posted: 9/10/2009 • Link to this review
5 Seasons prides itself on quality food and beer, and it consistently delivers on both. This restaurant has quickly become our family favorite and we now dine here weekly. While I appreciate the Crawford Moran designed beers -- even my non beer drinking wife orders a glass -- the food is what won us over and keeps us coming back again and again. The Hanging Kobe steak can be cut with a fork, and the sauce and mushrooms given the meat a wonderful earthiness. Our 6-year old son says that their chicken fingers are one of his favorites. This place has good food, good service, good beer, a decent wine list (albeit small), and is family friendly -- WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK FOR!! Try it and I am sure you will visit again and again.
Posted: 1/17/2008 • Link to this review