I believe the prices are on the actual menus in the restaurant. If you are viewing online, then those may not appear there, unless you click onto the price app. A lot of high-end restaurants simply do not publish prices, because they do not want to limit their customer base, just because of pricing. There is a saying, "If you have to ask for the prices, maybe it is something you cannot afford." However, at Seasons 52, you can still economize just by staying with the more-affordable meals and not ordering the specialty and higher-priced cocktails. Our tab, including gratuity, was about $ 175. for a party of four adults, and that amounts to $ 43.75 / pp. The quality of food and the atmosphere is really worth it. At McDonald's, you get the burger and fries, but not the piano player and great service. I hope this answers your question.
I remember prices on the menu.
They possibly vary from place to place. Their prices are moderate plus. The number of $$$ is an indicator.
All prices are on the menu. They may not have "$$$" to call attention to them, but they are there.
As far as an actual dress code is concerned, I am not aware of anyone being turned away. However, after saying that, you may want to leave the manure-caked rubber boots and bib coveralls on the farm, since they do frown on the aromas that might be offensive to their great patrons. Most restaurants now, do not enforce a strict dress code, unless it is clearly stated on their signage or menus. At the really high-end, stuffy and elegant restaurants, they usually want their clients to be dressed appropriately. Also, smoking is not permitted in just about every restaurant in Indiana, and that is a great development -- since I do not smoke. You will definitely want to make your reservations, especially on busy holiday or weekend nights, since this is a very popular place to eat.
Not sure about why the prices aren't visible for you but to give you an idea when we went two of us ordered appetizer, one cocktail, one regular drink. Seabass and lamb and our bill with tip was around $100. But it was soo good, fresh tasting, great atmosphere. Worth it!!!
Hope you enjoy
Hi, I Googled Seasons 52 menu Indianapolis, and all the prices came up. You have to click the tab at the top for lunch or dinner menu. Try that, and if you don't find it, I will just call a restaurant and ask. I don't like mystery. We generally go to the bar for the garlic shrimp in a skillet appetizer and a craft cocktail. They don't take reservations in the bar, and it can get very crowded, especially Friday after work and Sat. night. Enjoy if you go.
Our menu has prices too.
Not sure to which menu you are referring. Our dinner menus had prices and all were reasonable - though I've forgotten the actual costs now. I would guess that dinner entrees were between $15-$20 when we visited last August.
I have had the experience of searching online for a menu and have found that those often lack prices. I assume that is because prices vary by season and location based on availability of ingredients.
Hope that is helpful.
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