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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.
Washington, DC 20007
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, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC Ratings and Reviews
The best brunch I have ever had. i've eaten at a lot of nice restaurants and this is by far the best brunch with the best quality food. The brunch is not cheap, at $90/person, but for special occasions you cannot go wrong, especially with the unlimited mimosas.
Best Sunday brunch ever. I would go every week if I could afford it. Food is top notch. Only complaint is that the service was good, but not as attentive as I would have expected but I could tell our waitress was extremely busy. Their brunch is something everyone should try once in their lifetime.
This was our second visit to the Sunday brunch and the ambiance, food , and service is excellent. The seafood , chesse, and salad stations are very good. The selection of deserts is outstanding.
The service was both friendly and efficient.
My only criticism would be the elimination of the roast beef carving station which should certainly be part of the brunch menu!
We have enjoyed Easter Sunday brunch at the Four Seasons many times over the years. What strikes us most favourably, actually, is the service--from the parking-garage attendants through the restaurant personnel, they have perfected the friendly-but-thoroughly-professional balance that many establishments have not.
We very much enjoyed Brunch. The food selections were outstanding: something for everyone (I could spend my life at the raw/seafood bar and be happy). We received excellent service and everyone working there genuinely seemed to enjoy being there. We experienced traffic delays arriving which required two phone calls to inform of late arrival. Once there, some special access requirements were in place which required modifying our entry the hotel. It was impressive that additional hotel and restaurant staff were on hand to not only meet us at the valet and provide direction to enter, but to also escort us to the restaurant. It could have been a huge hassle had it been poorly handled, but it was flawless. My only negative would be the noise level. We had an elderly diner with us and while the restaurant was not full, conversing was a challenge.
We had very much enjoyed the Sunday brunch ten years ago, also for a special occasion. There were tablecloths and fresh flowers then. This experience was sadly short of the mark. The dress code is described now as "casual elegant." You can ignore the "elegant." Many guests were dressed in jeans, T-shirts, sweatshirts, etc. A couple seated near us asked to be re-seated, perhaps a reaction to the attire of patrons at several surrounding tables, who would have been at home at a Denny's. The food is wedding-quality. For the price, we would expect far more than refills on mimosas. We will not return.
this is my go to place for breakfast business meetings. They have a great healthy breakfast menu especially the omlettes. Indulged this time and had the lemon ricotta pancakes which I have always managed to avoid the temptation. It was well worth the callories - no regrets. the service is consistently superb - attentive and friendly.
First let me say that I've been here twice within a month!! I love all the food options especially the seafood station and the sweets room! The last occasion I was celebrating my sisters return from an overseas deployment and I informed the restaurant at the time of reserving well they made her 2 Patriotic themed cupcakes and I was very appreciative. Both times I visited the Manager Jay came around and the server Mohammed was so sweet! Service is Above and Beyond!!!
I didn't enjoy my experience at Seasons. We arrived a few minutes early to be told we had to wait until our reservation time, which is fine. But it was not okay to be forgotten about and having to check in again 10 minutes past the reservation time. The food was lackluster. The server was not focused and we had to ask him several times to clear the plates and refill our mimosas. It is unlikely that I'll return.
THIS PLACE IS AWESOME
I love the sweets room and the lamb chops were breath taking!!!! I bought my son and even though he's a picky eater he enjoyed his omlet made to order and his waffles!!! The hot chocolate was perfect!! In the words of the Terminator "ILL BE BACK"
The best brunch in DC. Sumptuous offerings from cracked crab and oysters to charcuterie and cheese to chef made omelettes. Bottomless mimosa, fresh squeezed juices and delicious hot coffee. Buttery croissants, pastries and delicious desserts. Perfect for a special occasion like Mother's Day or a morning start to a day in Georgetown.
Seasons Restaurant is "the" place for Power Breakfasts in DC. Besides the elegant decor, attentive and friendly service and delicious food, you can count on seeing famous people from the Hill, media, business and even Hollywood types. As importantly, the tables are spread out, so while you can see everyone, you have real privacy for your conversations. And don't forget to get your valet ticket stamped so parking is free. Who can beat that?
It takes special skill to make buffet food remain fresh and appealing, as well as plentiful, and Seasons staff is expert at doing so. With five separate stations, each with multiple options ( fish and seafood, salads, meats and vegetables and individually prepared ramen, typical breakfast items, cheese and accompaniments, dessert), the meal is worth the expensive price tag, at least for a special occasion. Everyone our group of six had at least four courses and spent the rest of the day in a stupor!
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