Seasons 52 Encourages Guests to Indulge on Thanksgiving Day

Seasons 52 Encourages Guests to Indulge on Thanksgiving DayFor the first time ever, Seasons 52 on Miracle Mile, will offer guests a menu excedding their usual 475 calorie limit and encourage all to indulge on Thanksgiving Day. Seasons 52’s Thanksgiving Day. Affordably priced at $25.95 for adults and $12.95 for the children’s portion, guests will dine on these holiday favorites: Plainville Farms roasted turkey and gravy with traditional herb stuffing, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, maple-glazed butternut squash, French green beans, and house-made cranberry relish.

Of course, Seasons 52’s fine selection of wines offers a variety of great pairings for this Thanksgiving meal. Suggested Wine pairing for whites: Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay, Sonoma; King Estate Pinot Gris, Willamette;Chehalem INOX Chardonnay, Willamette. Great pairings for red wines would be Jolie Saison Gamay, France;Glenelly Cabernet Sauvignon, Stellenbosch; or Macedon Pinot Noir, Macedonia.

Patronizing Seasons 52 on Thanksgiving Day promises not only a delicious dining experience but is also a great way to thank this restaurant that has earned a stellar reputation for giving back to the community like few others. Hosting numerous charitable after hours events, Seasons 52 has helped such organizations as the Coral Gables Woman’s Club raise funds for American Heart Association, The American Diabetes Association, the American Arthritis Association, and the May Van Sickle Dental Clinic and that is just the tip of the iceberg.

Our community is fortunate to have people like Seasons 52’s Sales Manager, Denise Erwin, who not only supports charitable efforts of others but also tackles first hand pet projects such as Charity Water and the Global Medical Brigade.

Seasons 52 is located at:

321 Miracle Mile

Coral Gables, FL 33134.

For additional information, call:

305 442 -8552.

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