Live Fairfax: Seasons 52

Live Fairfax is a bi-weekly column exploring Fairfax County. This recurring column is sponsored and written by Sharmane Medaris of McEnearney Associates. Questions? Reach Sharmane at 813-504-4479.

In the heart of Tysons Corner, Seasons 52 offers a culinary experience that celebrates the best of each season. With a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and a commitment to calorie-conscious dining with an ambiance that will provide an elevated experience every time.

One thing that I definitely appreciate and have experienced first hand is the reality that Seasons 52 takes pride in crafting dishes that are not only delicious but also mindful of calorie counts with nutritional values.

By utilizing natural ingredients and innovative cooking techniques, they create flavorful meals without compromising on health. From vibrant salads to succulent entrees, each dish is thoughtfully prepared to provide a balanced and satisfying dining experience.

If you are planning a special occasion you definitely want to check out the unique event space with customized menus that will wow you attendees. Why settle for your typical ballroom space?

Get the insider scoop with this exclusive video with Managing Partner,  Matt Beverley. You will definitely want to add this to your dining adventures!

Sharmane Medaris | Live Fairfax | | [email protected] | @soldbysharmane | 813-504-4479 | 374 Maple Avenue Suite 202, Vienna, VA 22180

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