Food was good, but the fish (both the ahi poke and the seabass) were dry. Service was excellent. Wine was excellent. Atmosphere was loud/noisy.
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Old Town is a nice place to visit, but the dining options are very low brow. Seasons is just a few blocks away and well worth the short drive. It's a little hard to find on a side street, but it has free indoor parking...More
Met with friends for the area while visiting from Arizona. We had local beer and some mixed drinks while watching the full moon rise. The weather and service were perfect. The only complaint was that the closing time on Saturday night was 10pm. Would have...More
We were seated at the lovely downstairs portion of Seasons but a very big crowd at one table was so loud they were terrorizing the entire rest of the restaurant. We had only sat a few minutes before we decided this wasn't the dining experience...More
We have dined at Season's many times on our way through Albuquerque. This last time they were slammed with several huge parties ( 20+ people ). The staff didn't miss a beat handling all parties (large and small) promptly and courteously.Impressive! I usually don't order...More
In Alb for a business trip. A party of three went to this restaurant and had three very good meals. Their Calamari appetizer was prepared nicely with a homemade salsa. I had their spinach & spring pea ravioli. Nicely prepared with great flavor.
Set at the edge of Old Town, this spiffy spot is a favorite for locals, who gather after work and on weekends for drinks and the view from the Rooftop bar. We went for Sunday lunch -- not brunch (no egg dishes were on offer)...More
We have been to this restaurant several times over the past decade or so. We expected more and got less. Service was fairly good, but the food was inconsistent, and in one case marginal and unacceptable. That specific dish was grilled artichoke which was underdone,...More
We were sent upstairs to the bar area for food, and ordered there. After ordering, we heard a waiter at another table inform their table about the "happy hour" deals, which hadn't been mentioned to us. When the food came it was nice, but nothing...More
This is a neat place with two different options and menus: upstairs for a more casual environment, including an outside patio, and a first floor dining room and wine room for a more upscale experience. We opted for the first floor, since that menu offered...More