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Seasons & Regions Restaurant Review: This friendly restaurant has a cozy dining room that buzzes with conversations from families and convivial groups. And while the menu emphasizes seafood, it also offers an eclectic range of homey items such as cheeseburgers and fried chicken. Most of the produce is supplied by the restaurant's own organic farm in Estacada. Your best bet is indeed to go for the seafood, such as crab cakes, curried mussels, razor clams or red snapper yakisoba. Non-fish eaters might enjoy the pork chop with roasted pear chutney. Attentive staff adds a pleasant element to the meal. If you have a favorite special, they’ll call to let you know when it’s on the menu. If you're gluten-free, accommodations are easily made. For parents, the kids’ menu is wallet-friendly. Those in the know arrive early for the “cheap food menu" served during happy hour, which actually includes regular meals such as fried chicken and mashed potatoes, sausage pasta, or chicken enchiladas for an unusually affordable $3.50. Cocktails feature locally distilled liquors, and there are almost 70 varietals on the wine list.