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‘Seasons’ of change
Little full owner, chef of Seasons Cafe


Seasons Café in Renaissance | Farragut is under new ownership; 100 percent control for Seasons’ executive chef Deron Little.

“I’m taking the kitchen back over. That’s one change: I’ll be in the kitchen, and we’re going to refocus on what made Seasons unique at the very beginning, which was personal service and the highest quality food,” Little said.

Little had opened Seasons with Renaissance developers Knick and Noah Myers, who formed the Brothers in Christ corporation to open the restaurant.

“The Myers brothers wanted to focus on real estate and development,” Little said.

“They were great partners, and helped Seasons get off the ground,” he added.


Noah Myers lauded Little.

“Deron’s abilities in the kitchen are absolutely amazing. His creative aptitude to turn the ordinary into the extravagant is like nothing that I have ever seen,” Noah said.

Knick agreed: “Deron’s driving desire that his guests have a wonderful experience from the time they enter to the time they leave is the key ingredient that drives the success of his endeavors.”

Customers could expect some changes, Little said, from décor to dinner.

“We’re going to concentrate on what the concept was all about, which is the freshest ingredients. So, I guess, a new, revised focus on our original concept,” Little said.

“We’re going to do a little bit of décor work. We’re just going to freshen the restaurant up.

“I’ll personally be going through every recipe and every procedure to make sure the restaurant is the very best it can be,” he added.

Little opened Seasons Cafe in Renaissance in 2006. He was formerly manager of Fox Den Country Club.

Little also is part owner of Echo Bistro and Wine Bar in Bearden.

Seasons Cafe is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday, and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday through Saturday. The restaurant is closed Sundays and Mondays.

For more information, visit www.seasonscafe.com or call the restaurant at 865-671-3679.

 

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