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$40 Date Health Conscious Happy Hour

Recently I met up with a friend after work at the newly opened Seasons 52. I was surprised to see at 5:50pm on a Tuesday the parking lot was packed. Since I was in a rush to make it to be bar before 6pm I skipped the complementary valet and dashed inside. At 5:58pm I received this menu, 2 minutes to spare SCORE! 


I usually drink white wine but admit to being very tempted to give the reds or the acclaimed a try. I wound up going with my usual and a few minutes later was brought three 2-oz pours of wine. 



I really like how each glass was labeled, least I forget which one was my favorite. My friend was curious about the moscato as it wasn't overly sweet so she wound up taking that tag home. Two thumbs up on the tagging. 



While waiting for the flatbread to arrive we were treated to a pianist / singer. I love how he's in the middle of the bar. I also love that instead of playing classical he sang top 40 songs; not that I don't like classical but it was very upbeat and fun without being too distracting. 



My chicken flatbread looked great and was very nicely sized, as you can see it took up the entire width of the bar. It would be fun to share with a date or group of friends but I didn't have any trouble polishing this off on my own. I really want to come back with 3 friends so we can try all four, plus I love to be social! With Seasons 52 offering food under 500 calories I was skeptical this wouldn't be good, but it was! It didn't have a ton of cheese but the flavor combination was just right so it wasn't missed. With this I enjoyed a full serving of my favorite wine from my flight - the moscato. The full glass was generous and I had a little buzz by the time I finished, which for me is usually a sign of a quality wine. 



To make this your date night all you need to do is get to the bar before 6pm on a week night. 

Total Cost:
Flatbread and Wine $30
Tax $2.78 
Tip $5.22

$2 left for another date 





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