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Dessert at Seasons 52

I was in the mood for a dessert in a nice location the other night. Seasons 52 struck me as being just the right place. They have multiple locations around town; I've only been to the one at Perimeter Mall. I have had dinner there before (excellent) but this report concentrates on dessert.


All the desserts are served in small portions (tapas-style dessert?) in parfait glasses. I had the chocolate and pecan desserts. They aren't overly sweet, which is important to me---too much sugar hides the other flavors. The pecan pie parfait was particularly enjoyable because of the range of textures as well as flavors, this even though I was in a chocolate mood. The capuccino was the perfect complement. I sat in the bar area and, I must admit, read my email, but it was a very enjoyable experience. And each parfait is only $2.50.

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