Here's spring on a Florida plate, Seasons 52 — style.

Florida’s seasons are nearly unchanging — even if Florida technically doesn’t have a winter  — but what does spring season look like for the Sunshine State?

Enter the Seasons 52 Hello Spring menu.

Floridians get to see hints of Spring like blooming flowers, love bugs and random rain showers — but what about the flavors of Spring?

Seasons 52, a cozy and stylish fresh grill and wine bar, is known for creating ever-changing seasonal menus using 100%, never-frozen, fresh-sourced meats and seafood. And this year, their Hello Spring menu features Spring-esque flavors like wood-grilled scallops and crisp kale in a 3-course meal deal for $29.95.

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Swing by one of their 11 Florida locations through May 26 to experience the menu.The 16-year-old restaurant chain is known for an ever-evolving standard menu that’s inspired by the fresh appeal of a farmer’s market.

“The 3-course menu really benefits our customers and makes it easier because they don’t have to go out and search for what’s fresh right now — and it’s affordable,” said Megan Fortey, a managing partner for the Seasons 52 in Palm Beach Gardens.  

Need to stay fit? Seasons 52 won’t ruin your progress. They don’t have fryers in any of their locations. Everything’s under 590 calories and brick oven-roasted so you can stay healthy without subtracting flavor.

Now, let’s get to the food. Your Spring feast begins with  a starter from a list of soups or salads:

Black bean and bacon soup Split pea and kale soup Field greens Spinach and strawberry salad Romaine and kale Caesar salad


Then choose a hearty entree:

Wood-Grilled Sea Scallops – served with roasted asparagus and lemongrass wild rice pilaf Chicken Ravioli with Pesto Ricotta – served with roasted asparagus and lemon vinaigrette Wood-Grilled Bistro Steak – served with roasted asparagus, parsley potatoes and a red wine sauce Brick-Oven Roasted Cornish Hen – served with roasted garlic broccolini, parsley potatoes and a shallot-herb jus  

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“We’re known for 52 different types of fresh, never-frozen produce and having everything at the peak of its freshness. It’s Spring right now so there’s lots of lemons, zucchini, parsley and so many fresh ingredients on the menu,” said Fortey.

All of the entrees are handled with care and harvested at peak season and served up in substantial portions for reasonable prices – and did I mention the knockout plate presentations? The dishes are Instagram worthy, y’all.  

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Wrap up your meal with a light, moist strawberry rhubarb cheesecake mini indulgence. For those who just want a bite of dessert but can’t finish a whole sweet treat, the mini indulgence makes for a proper close to the meal.

And for those who can’t imagine going without dessert, feel free to order one (or ten) of their other mini indulgences on the side. From pecan pie to raspberry cannoli, there’s plenty of amazing flavors and the portions are just enough.  

So what’s the best thing on the menu, you ask?

The Wood-Grilled Sea Scallops. The warm, charred sustainable scallops are cooked to perfection and served with roasted asparagus and lemongrass wild rice pilaf.

And the wine selection? There are 52 wines to choose from.

A glass of wine doesn’t come with the Hello Spring deal but surely you must pair your wood-grilled scallops with a sip of Spy Valley Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough ‘18 wine. The slightly sweet undertones of the wine create an enjoyable taste when paired with the delicate, mellow flavor of the scallops.

Seasons 52 restaurants are located in the following Florida cities:

Altamonte Springs Boca Raton Coral Gables Fort Lauderdale Jacksonville Naples Orlando Palm Beach Gardens Sarasota Sunrise Tampa   


If you love a health-conscious meal that’s light yet filling and you haven’t been to Seasons 52 before, you’re missing out.

Laura Jazmin Tolliver is a digital reporter for GateHouse Media Group’s Florida team, based in West Palm Beach, Fla. Jaz’s stories, which run across digital, print and video platforms, are syndicated across the 22 Florida newspaper markets.