Miami Spice review: Seasons 52

Seasons 52

What we had: Generous full-sized portions of select menu items including a crispy and satisfying blackened steak and blue cheese flatbread for two, which paired perfectly with the cucumber smash cocktail, followed by the light and tangy romaine/kale Caesar salad.  The juicy, wood-grilled filet mignon, served with mashed potatoes, a trio of roasted mushrooms and asparagus, made the Miami Spice menu, which is available daily for lunch and dinner, truly worthwhile, as this dish alone was large enough to share and typically costs just a little bit less on its own than as part of the Miami Spice offerings.  Of the Seasons 52 signature mini indulgences, the chocolate peanut butter torte completed the meal with just the right amount of sweetness.

Who should go to this venue:  Elegant yet cozy, Seasons 52 grill and wine bar caters to guests seeking a romantic dinner, an outing with friends or a convivial experience with family. The menu changes regularly to match seasonal ingredients, therefore guests are guaranteed the freshest ingredients available.  Servers are attentive and knowledgeable, and each dish is prepared in a health-conscious manner, with its calorie-count printed right on the menu.

Seasons 52, 321 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables