About Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC
Walls of windows shine light into the expansive room and enhance this exquisite dining experience. Under the direction of Executive Chef Douglas Anderson, the menu is a tempting mix of fresh ingredients and delicious flavors, reflecting today's respect for dining values.
American, Continental, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am;
Saturday and Sunday : 7:00am - 11:00 am;
Saturday Lunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday Brunch Buffet: 10:30am - 2:00pm
29th Street & Pennsylvania Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is complimentary Monday thru Saturday and only $12 during Sunday Brunch.
Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC Ratings and Reviews
I'm not a brunch person BUT I would retu ...
I'm not a brunch person BUT I would return. Seasons has something for everyone. The lamb chops were seasoned to perfection and the dessert room will return a grown up back into a kid. I highly recommend you treat yourself. This brunch is a testament to "you get what you pay for".
Eequsite service, interesting menu, delicious food
Service attentive and proactive, noticing the small cues. Accommodating and discreet as to not interrupt conversation. Food memorable filled with interesting flavors, textures and combinations. Their wine selection excellent and cocktails really nice! An intimate, warm venue to entertain clients or to have a quiet dinner for two.
Had a breakfast at Seasons recently, the ...
Had a breakfast at Seasons recently, the service and food was excellent. Omlette was freshly done with side colorful green salad, kids pancake came with a smiling face, my son loved it! Restaurant is spacious even though it was a busy morning, it did not feel crowded neither noisy.
Great place for a special occasion. Arrive hungry!
We went for my husbands birthday this past weekend. If you love seafood, then you will definitely get your money's worth. Unlimited snow crab, oysters, etc. It is a pricey meal. The deserts were outstanding, and they brought a special birthday treat for the birthday guy. Our waiter was very attentive, especially with keeping our unlimited Mammosa glasses full and picking up our empty plates immediately. My very minor complaints would be a) try to go early (we went at 1:30p) so the plates are refilled quicker. b) if you order a waffle, be sure to ask for it medium done and HOT (mine was overdone and cold) c)the food stations are spread out across the large room so get ready to dance around wait staff, servers and other guests as you make your way around. We definitely left feeling like we didn't have to eat for several days, but I do wish there were more food choices within the stations. We will definitely go back again.
Seasons Restaurant at Four Seasons is still BEST
From the minute we walked into the hotel on Christmas Day to the minute we walked out, we were treated as if we were special. No matter who you are, the staff at Seasons Restaurant treat everybody as if they are the most important person in the hotel. The food is impeccable and the service is beyond any other restaurant in town.
Went to a Sunday brunch. Food is terrifi ...
Went to a Sunday brunch. Food is terrific. You get what you pay for so it is a good quality meal and although limited variety you will have enough with what they got and be satisfied. It is expensive so I can't afford to have a regular brunch here as it might only be for special occasions.
For the last 15 years we have had Sunday brunch at the Four Seasons in Washington DC every time we have something special to celebrate. The food, the ambiance and the staff have remained true to excellence and we will continue to come back even now when we live overseas.
We went to Seasons for brunch and, more specifically, for the seafood. It was amazing, especially lobster salad, scallops and tuna, crab cakes from the hot counter. I also tried a lot of salads and they were really good and I especially appreciated the fact that they were made from organic produce. The deserts were great as well, Hazelnut Crunch was my favourite.
Our server, Mohammed, was wonderful - very efficient and professional and at the same time friendly and warm. We were the only ones sitting on the patio. It was a hot day but the patio was in the shade and it was strange that people would prefer to sit inside albeit with air conditioning. It was great for us, though, as it was very quiet.
This was an absolute 5 star experience! ...
This was an absolute 5 star experience! My family took me for a Sunday brunch birthday celebration. From start to finish it was superb. There is such a wide variety of offerings including a fabulous seafood bar with 3 kinds of salmon for your fresh bagels. There is a salad station with specialty salads, nothing run of the mill here. The day I was there featured a watermelon gazpacho. It was good but a bit salty for my taste. There is an egg/omelet station with all cooked to order and a lunch item station. I only tried a couple of things as I am more of a breakfast person. But, I will say that the Mediterranean Mac and cheese is awesome!! The best thing is the items that are ordered from the kitchen: lemon ricotta pancakes with lemon curd and fresh berries, French toast. Ask your server or the delightful restaurant manager who is very accessible. All this and unlimited fresh squeezed oj and free flowing mimosas. And a dessert room. I never had
Room for it but it was truly a sight to behold. All the items are mini so you can try many.
This brunch is a bit on the pricey side so I would reserve it for a special occasion. Like I said, it is truly first class and highly recommended.
The service is fantastic - the hostesses and servers make you feel very welcome and create a warm atmosphere. And the food is consistently delicious. The quality and the flavors are top notch. It's worth the price tag.
The food was excellent as it has always ...
The food was excellent as it has always been on the several occasions we have been at the restaurant,the attention from our hostess Maricris went above and beyond .She was attentive , made everyone feel welcome, was funny and brought dessert with candles for my daughter and nephew who were celebrating their birthdays.Thank you once again Four Seasons.
This is what you have been waiting for!
The Sunday brunch at Seasons is absolutely fantastic! From the front of the house staff to the servers, the service is wonderful. Everyone is attentive and your champagne glass is filled before it is even empty! Come on... unlimited mimosas! Plates are removed promptly and the food is replenished constantly so it is always fresh!
Okay....so let's talk about the food quickly. Cold seafood station: shrimp, mussels, snow crab legs, ceviche, tobiko, seared tuna, house cured smoked salmon, dill marinated smoked salmon with all of the accoutrements. Then the made-to-order waffles and eggs benedict, the omelette station with bacon, sausage and delicious potatoes and onions. Lots of fresh salads, a hot station with shrimp creole, grits, crabcakes, buttermilk fried chicken, Galbi (Korean beef ribs) and a corn dish with cojita cheese. Oh! Did I tell you that there is one whole room dedicated to JUST DESSERTS?!?! Homemade cheesecake, tiramisu, banana and chocolate mousse with salted caramel, carrot cake, double chocolate fudge cake, mini cupcakes, etc.
Absolutely fantastic and well worth the price! If you are searching for food that will dance and do a jig on your taste buds, look no further! Enjoy!
Impeccable service, exquisite food, spacious and comfortable seating. Adult environment and lovely place for breakfast, lunch or dinner, personal, special occasion or business. Simply lovely and always leave Seasons feeling spoiled and indulged, but in a good way.
Best DC Brunch!
I absolutely love this brunch...It is pricey, but well worth it compared to some others I have had in the area. Great food selections including seafood, unlimited mimosas and a fabulous dessert room...What more could you ask for? The staff is very attentive. Maricris is my favorite. A perfect 10!
This time we had to sit on the main leve ...
This time we had to sit on the main level instead of downstairs. The only problem was the booth smelled like old smoke. It interfered with the overall experience. It was unfortunate since we were entertaining friends who had only been there once many years ago.
Disappointing Mother's Day brunch
We have been to the Four Seasons Sunday brunch several times in the past, including a spectacular Mother's Day brunch several years ago. However this Mother's Day was very disappointing. The food was no different than their usual Sunday brunch, even though the price was 50 percent higher. As my mother said, there was nothing really special on the menu, and the food tasted as if their usual chef had gone on vacation.
The experience was partly redeemed by the amazing desserts. But otherwise, a disappointment.
Almost always perfect
We have been having birthday breakfasts here for more than 10 years, and it is always perfect. Hostess is charming, the room is pretty and tables are well spaced. Food is always delicious--it's gotten better in the last few years--though the service this year was not quite as perfect as last. Still, we'll be going back til we're too old to eat!
GREAT FLEXIBLE STAFF
My party couldn't seem to keep to a time schedule, but that didn't phase the hostess.
We were originally to be a party of 6, but went to a party of four. Then, the two cancelations appeared. Without a blink, the staff went out of their way to accommodate.
The food and drinks kept flowing.
Disappointed in the Easter Brunch this time
Having been to Seasons many times for Sunday brunch, I was sorely disappointed this time! Our waitress was totally ignorant of the offerings and we had to prompt her regarding eggs Benedict prepare to order and constantly ask for things instead of being offered (water, coffee, mimosa). Too many tables set up for Easter, crowded and noisy; no music. Not a relaxing experience at all. Definitely not worth the $121/person + tip!!! Definitely no longer THE brunch to go to in the Washington Metropolitan area!
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