Seasons 52 has set a new standard for quality dining experience. The atmosphere is the most aesthetically pleasing atmosphere in Albuquerque. My family, a group of five, ate here for the first time this past Saturday. We ordered appetizers, main course, dessert and red wine. It's hard to overstate how good the food was. After the first bite of our flatbread, we knew we were in for a good time. I ordered filet mignon and it was absolutely perfect. The service was immaculate and the manager even came over to ask us how our evening was going. We will most certainly be going back, all five of us couldn't stop talking about what a great time we had.
6501 Paradise Blvd NW Ste CAlbuquerque, NM 87114
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Too bad I can't give minus stars... We ate here recently and had the worst fast food customer service possible by Oliver and crew. 😟 Congratulations to this team on a job NOT well done. 👎👎 Never before had we been treated like we don't matter and that our presence is unwelcome. No matter how pleasant we were and the questions we asked, Oliver responses were so minimal, rude and gave us dirty looks like we were supposed know the menu items. He served us our order like we were some low life's off the street that he just wanted to get us out of the store. All of our tacos were broken like they had been thrown into the bag. Come to this location if you like to be disrespected as a customer. This location is highly not recommended. 😱
We were so excited to come here! After 50 minutes our food came out burnt and less than mediocre. We helped another table get extra napkins and silverware! We couldn't get out fast enough! Terrible experrience!
Military personnel beware! Furr's at 2004 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112 the manager Rudy and his staff has an issue with American Military. He has stated on more than one occasion howif, if their not Hispanic he doesn't like them in his restaurant. He and his upper staff has verbally put down white military in every way. Rudy the manager has Said things about the elderly and how they are trash. We work at Furr's and the way management pushes out anyone different is wrong. Rudy is extremely racist and does not agree with American Military. Be warned if you are planning on visiting Albuquerque Furr's. This job has been very difficult to do with the management we have. We were told of we say anything we get fired! We have to speak out. Management here is two faced.
Service left much to be desired. Food was very good for the two out of three who visited. I won't go out of my way to eat there again.
Good good a little pricey sometimes but you get what you pay for. Good always fresh food but always freshly made song have to wait long for your order
At 12:30 pm on Dec 21, 2015, I met a friend at Chilis on Coors. When we entered there was no host seating people, and as we waited several more people arrived. I asked a waitress & was told to tell the manager, but that he was talking to someone. I found him cleaning a table. I told him there was a line up front & no host. He SNAPPED at me, "I know that!" He went to the front & proceeded to call someone from behind us to be seated. At this time I suggested that we go somewhere else, as that particular chili's was clearly poorly run. I have eaten at Chili's all over the country, & often in Abq. I have never had such a rude encounter!! And I have never seen such disregard for those who make their business possible. Never again.
This is a true gem- Vic the owner is great and always greats us when we come in- He is a chef and I always try the specials- The #4 is the best chorizo breakfast in town- He brought me a sample of the pumpkin French toast- OMG! it was amazing- He makes all of his good from scratch the chicken fried steak and bama bells are a must for lunch- His coconut cream pie may be the best I ever had- This is a weekly stop-
Consistently good service and large portions. We enjoy sitting at the bar as there is frequently a wait for a dining table.
We like trying new restaurants so we gave this one a go. It is almost cafeteria style, since you order food and drink at the counter and then wait for it to be brought out. We thought it was cute to do it like that. Staff was friendly, no complaints there. We ordered breakfast and did not mind waiting the 22 minutes for the biscuits to be done. Food was tasty, except for the potatoes, which were so oversalted the ocean would be jealous. All you could taste was the salt with a potato aftertaste. Bad. Rest of food was pretty good, bout like you'd find at any mom & pop place. That being said, we went home and within an hour had food poisoning so bad we considered the E.R. It was volatile. I cannot recommend this restaurant, based on oversalted potatoes (we only tried 1 bite each) and the food poisoning. Sorry Ironwood. Not good.