Welcome to Seasons
7Th Annual Fundraising Wine Dinner
with ZD Wines
Help Cure Lymphoma
Thank you to all who came to our annual wine dinner with ZD wines. It was a lovely evening and guests enjoyed Chef Cullen's creative menu filled with goodies. Also a thank you to our staff who put it all together. Let's meet again next December to raise money for a wonderful cause.
New Fall Menus
Goodbye summer tomatoes, hello butternut squash. It's another Indian Summer and we are feeling it in the kitchen. Chef has made rock shrimp fritters again this time serving it with a chili aioli; butternut squash shows up as bisque and on a pizza with capocollo ham; yes, it works! And green apples brighten up flavors in our risotto and hash which accompanies our duck breast. Come in and enjoy early fall flavors now. Dinner Menu
2014 Readers' Choice Awards Yolo County
We are pleased to announce that we were voted "Best Restaurant" again in Yolo County! Thank you to everyone who voted and mentioned us for other categories; Best Steak, Best Romantic Dining, and others. This award is shared by our staff who as I've said many times, make this all possible. We thank you guys for working so hard for us. We are lucky beyond measure.
Wine Dinner Success
Thank you to everyone who attended our 6th annual wine dinner. Everyone enjoyed the evening filled with good food and good wine, all for a cause that is bigger than ourselves; alternative, natural treatments for cancer. We are pleased to work together each year with ZD Winery and those in research. We would also like to thank our staff who help make this a success as well. We couldn't do it without them. See you again next December.
Our Kitchen Shares...
The weekend is here and time for cooking. Would you like to try Chef's recipe for Deviled Eggs with Lobster? Here it is. Enjoy! Deviled Eggs with Lobster.
Seasons Restaurant serves American cuisine, utilizing fresh, local ingredients. Seasonal menus change every three months and guests may expect nightly specials. The restaurant features a full bar, wood burning oven, outdoor dining, live music, and a private dining room which houses the restaurant's wine collection. Our philosophy is to cook good food simply, using the best ingredients available. We believe in supporting local growers, ranchers, and farmers by buying locally whenever possible.
In Davis, we are in close proximity to the Napa Valley, Central Coast, and the Sierra Foothills. With their abundance of wineries, we are fortunate to have access to several world-class wines. Many of the wines we chose to carry on our wine lists are marked with asteriks to denote either local wineries or whose winemakers are UC Davis Alumni. We offer wines by the glass, half and full bottles. We welcome guests bringing their favorite wines and our corkage fee is $12.
Custom catering services are available. Seasons can accommodate groups ranging from 10 to 100 guests. Menus are diverse and guests are encouraged to work closely with our Chef to create personalized menus. For more information, please contact the restaurant at 530.750.1801 or email us at email@example.com.
For your convenience, go directly to our site at Open Table and Make A Reservation now.
"Best Restaurant" in Yolo County
Thank you readers for voting us "Best Restaurant" in Yolo County, Davis Enterprise, Readers' Choice. We are thrilled to have won again and would like to also thank our talented staff who have helped earn this title. We are proud to be a part of this community and look forward to another great year of food and wine. See more Readers' Choices at the Davis Enterprise.
Best of 2010- Sacramento Magazine
Editor's Pick has named Seasons as the best place to eat out before a Mondavi Center Performance. Thank you Sacramento Magazine. We are honored and enjoy making our guests happy. Read more about Sacramento Magazine's Best of 2010 List.
Thank you to Contra Costa Times Correspondent Carole Terwillger Meyers for mentioning us in her article. Davis is unique and has much to offer! Read more about Davis: More than Just a Drive-by College Town.
Has it been two all ready? We've seen many changes at Seasons; new patio, new menus, expanded catering services, etc.. and we thank Chef for all that he has done. We hope your wonderful creativity continues to flow!
Davis Enterprise Article
Thanks to wine columnist Susan Leonardi, Davis Enterprise, for mentioning us in her article about local places and their wine tastings, happy hours, etc. Ms. Leonardi enjoyed many of our wine offerings and Happy Hour bargains; 3,4,5; $3 beer,$4 wine, and $5 cocktails; $3,$4, and $5 small bites/appetizers. The Hungarian Irsai Oliver , $6 glass, $22 bottles, "smelled like roses.. tastes like spicy fruit.. and at 12.5 % alcohol, a great summer sipper." " Seasons has one of the best wine lists in the area and sampling it widely won't cost a fortune." Read more! Wineaux: Taking it to the streets.. and patios
2010 Enterprise Reader's Choice Awards: Seasons Voted "Best Restaurant"
The Davis Enterprise's online survey ran during the month of February and votes were tabulated on the website. Seasons is proud and honored to win "Best Restaurant" in Davis. We'd like to say thank you to everyone who voted and continues to support us. Read more at the 2010 Reader's Choice Awards .
3rd Annual Souper Bowl Competition Results: Seasons Wins!
Results are in and we've won first place at the 3rd Annual Souper Competition! Great job and congratulations to Chef Cullen. See below for the winning soup recipe- Roasted Zucchini Bisque.
5 # zucchini
1 potato;1 onion
1 leek; 3 garlic cloves
1 fresh bay leaf
½ # unsalted butter
½ gallon water
1 cup parmesan
½ cup mascarpone
2 cups heavy cream
Salt and pepper to taste
Quarter zucchini and toss in bowl with oil, salt, pepper. Roast in 400 degree oven until golden brown. Meanwhile cook onion, leek, butter, bay leaf, and garlic until translucent. Add water and chopped potato, along with roasted zucchini. Cook until potatoes are soft. Puree while adding cheeses slowly. Season with salt and pepper.
3rd Annual Souper Bowl Competition Veterans' Memorial Center
From its beginning, we've participated in a wonderful community event fundraiser; the Souper Bowl. Local restaurants compete for the best soup recipe and all proceeds benefit the Elderly Nutrition Program in Yolo County. We've placed second each year and last year lost by one single vote! Game on! It was a great turnout with 10 different soups available for tasting and many happy guests. Jeff Oblinger, Tamas Torok, and Chef Cullen Newhoff served up the soup with plenty of croutons, smiles and pursuasion but we're hoping Chef's Creamy, Roasted Zucchini Bisque did the trick! We'll keep fingers crossed and post results when available.
Seasons in the Community
Seasons is featuring local artist Joanne Andresen. Her work is represented throughout the restaurant and is available for purchase through December.
ZD Wines has also joined with Seasons in the spirit of giving. Learn more about our efforts in News & Press.
Davis Life Magazine
Seasons was featured in Davis Life Magazine. You may view the article here.
ZD & Niman Ranch Wine Dinner
A dining experience you can't miss! A five course dinner with wine pairings will be served on Monday, December 7th. Seating will be limited so please call for reservations. For more information and to view the menu, click here.