Portland >Seasons & Regions Seafood Grill
Great Neighborhood Restaurant.
If you are in SW Portland i highly recommend visiting Seasons and Regions. It's a smaller restaurant with a good and diverse menu.
What sets Seasons and Regions apart is their Happy Hour Menu. Delicious food and great prices.... Oh yes.... and their KEY LIME PIE and outdoor seating.
Above average food, great happy hour, spotty service.. We took an out-of-town guest for a late dinner and arrived during happy hour (ONE hour before closing), sat outside in the bubble, and decided to order from the cheap menu. Indeed, good food, very cheap, good drinks.... service...well, OK, not awful...just spotty. They wanted to close. We've been there before, not late at night, and also had great food, but maybe a bit spendy with drinks. It's a good place. Committment to putting out quality food, but service should be better...I'm sure we'll go back though.
Great desserts. Seasons & Regions isn't only for seafood lovers. Their salads and desserts are my favorites and the cheap eats menu is great too if your timing is flexible. They have outdoor dining which is wonderful in the summertime.
Love the food!. My family and I came here on Valentines day and we loved it! The staff was very friendly and would check in on us often to make sure everything was OK and when we walked in they turned on the heat to make our twins more comfy. The portion of the food was HUGE! I could barely finish half of it! I have been lots of places with my parents and this has definitely the best yet!
Fabulous Food and a Wonderful Menu. This restaurant is a gem, set in what I believe is an old Dairy Queen or other fast food building. The food is seasonal, with a specials menu that usually is almost half the size of the regular menu. The quality of the fresh and perfectly cooked sea food is beyond compare in the Portland area. If this restaurant was downtown, it would be impossible to get a table! Everything is made from scratch, from the wonderful soups, to the fantastic scones that accompany your breakfast selection on the weekends. Fresh Salmon or Halibut dishes run are under $18, including soup or salad, and the portions are large. I usually cannot pass up the crab cakes, which have ALOT of wonderful crab in them, and are always cooked perfectly (never greasy). The cheap eats menu is great, served during certain hours at dinner, this menu has 5-7 selections for $2.95, with a selection that changes each month. Some of the servers are less than attentive, but this appears to be because this place is a little understaffed from time to time. I do recommend this restaurant for small groups, if you have many people in your party, you would have a hard time getting a table, and the bar is very small (too small to wait with more than a couple people).
You will savor every bite!. My boyfriend introduced me to this place and I was a skeptic at first considering it is called a "seafood grill," but there is so much more to it than that. The tomato basil soup is truly the best I've EVER had and everything has a homecooked feel to it. The Gorgonzola Pear & Walnut salad is probably my favorite lunch/dinner entree, but if you go there for one reason, go for breakfast on the weekends!! Their rosemary potatoes, poached eggs, and (GIANT) chorizo burrito are truly to die for. The wait staff is very friendly, but since it is a fairly small place and the popularity is growing, they can get very busy at times and the parking limited. Well worth checking out!
Great Neighborhood Restaurant. We live nearby, and so we frequent S&R's often. Great happy hour options, and the margaritas are fresh and fabulous. My fall/winter lunch standby is the grilled cheese with tomato and basil soup. You can't beat their breakfasts (frickin' huge burrito anyone?) and the bloody marys bite the hair of the dog just right. We often take out of town guests here and we have never been disappointed.
Great Food & Great Service!!. We have been regular customers for several years and have always enjoyed the wonderful food and service. The seafood is some of the best we've had ever had even in places at much higher prices. Service has always been professional, prompt and friendly. If you like stuffy and pretentious this is not the place for you. The brunch on Saturday & Sunday is one of the best in town and we have never had to wait on Saturday. The parking lot is small but there is always overflow less than a 1/2 block away at the community center. So much easier than downtown.
Good Breakfast (Weekends Only). Definitely one the better seafood spots in town, but a good breakfast is available on Sat/Sun mornings. My personal favorite is the crab cakes benedict, while my husband prefers the smoked salmon benedict. Each comes with a side of country herb potatoes, an orange wedge, and a raspberry scone. It is essential to call ahead and get on the waiting list, and to recognize that they have a VERY, VERY small (minute actually) parking lot. So be prepared to park down the road and walk a bit (not fun in inclement weather). Also be prepared to wait, despite having called ahead. It is quite true that the service is nothing to write home about, sometimes you feel completely and utterly forgotten/ignored. As a result, we have not been there in a long time. We tend to go to Meriwethers instead.
Great Food, Bad Service.
We arrived around 6:00pm Sunday night, 6/3/07. There were two tables open outside and we were seated at one of them.
Our server did not come to our table for 5 minutes to take our drink orders. It took her another 10 minutes to bring them to us and then take our food orders. She was good in that she brought our kids food first ? around 6:40. Unfortunately they were done eating long before we were served our food.
Meanwhile there was a table across from us that had been seated 10 minutes after us and they were served their food 10 minutes before us. Their table was in another servers section so the entire timing issue could have been related to our server only.
We finally got our Caesar salads at 7pm and they were served on very warm plates.
Great food but it was hard to enjoy because the kids were getting restless and our nerves were frazzled.
We may go back but it will be awhile.
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