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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Tyson's Corner
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients with the finest USDA Prime beef. Every dish is meticulously made from scratch and served by our attentive staff. You’ll also discover the perfect wine for every mood with the Fleming’s 100®, our award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. Our wine list features top-rated vineyards from around the world. We also offer Private Dining Rooms and a personal Private Dining Director who will craft the perfect occasion for any group size or budget. At Fleming’s, every visit is filled with indulgent possibilities.
Tysons Corner, VA 22102
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm, Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complementary Valet Parking in front & Underground Garage Parking under the Courtyard by Marriott
Numerous Bus Stops in Tysons Corner the closest is 1 block. 2 Closest Metros, 3.5 miles & 4 miles (new Tysons Corner Stop 300 yards away! Coming in 2012).
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Dining has never been so personal. Our Private Dining Directors coordinate with you to create a one-of-a-kind experience, customized to your group size.
Fleming's Steakhouse - Tyson's Corner Ratings and Reviews
$52 for a $12 bottle of wine is egregious. It appeared that all the wines had a $30-40 dollar mark-up and higher for the more expensive wines. I am never happy when there are no decent $30-40 bottles of wine available, except maybe one wine that costs $6 at a store and the restaurant sells it for $32. And it is the only one.
The corking charge for bringing in your own bottle is $26. I assume that includes twist off cap wines. That is better than buying any wine on the wine list. I can bring in a $14 bottle of wine I really like and pay $40, instead of $60-70.
Food was great except fish was a little dry. Soup, salad, spreads, sides, prime rib were all fantastic! Service was very friendly and very courteous.
Far noisier than expected.
Had a leisurely dinner meeting with a business colleague. Service was pleasant, server adept at distinguishing when to approach., and timing of courses was excellent. Menu was as expected for a steak house with the addition of intriguing "small plates." Prime rib was adequate; sauces not particularly appealing. Overall, hefty price tag with B+ food.
Entering Flemings is like going to the home of very good friends. You know what to expect--always the best food, and you can relax.
The staff at Flemings works like a well oiled machine and take care of all of your needs. Dining at Flemings--whether for a meal or a wine dinner (which are amazing-Robert does an excellent job)--is always a treat.
We've never had luck with cuts of meat "for two." The Tomahawk Rib-eye was no exception. It tasted like it is rarely ordered, and, for "36 ounces" looked woefully small after being cut table side. Wine was good (Dreaming Tree Merlot), sides were good, brie was great, and, like most restaurants, dipping sauces were of questionable freshness.
I took nine people there recently and had a great time. While the server was a bit over worked, I think he had about 15 tables, the food was excellent and our waiter still managed to find a wine that met the needs of my father. That in itself was no small accomplishment. Very enjoyable and very nice. Would happily go back again.
We went on New Year's Eve, which happens to be my wife's birthday. Top notch service made this a very enjoyable evening. Everyone in our party ordered steak and we were not disappointed. I highly recommend the bone-in rib eye. The food overall was outstanding from the appetizers to the deserts. The wine list is very extensive, but a bit overpriced by 15%-205 compared to similar restaurants. The only negative from the evening was the dining room layout. Since it was our first time, I am not sure if they crammed more tables into dining area because of New Year's Eve or if that was the normal layout. Regardless, there were too many tables in the dining room. Nobody really had enough space, to include the serving staff.
We went to Flemings on Christmas Eve and had the nicest family dinner. The service was great and the food was absolutely delicious. There were 7 of us and they sat us at the perfect round table so we could have one conversation through the night. We'll go again next year on Christmas Eve, and plenty of other times in between.
I was not aware of the sunday night Prime Rib special until I got to the restaurant but I don't think there was a better choice or value on the menu. The prime rib was well seasoned and came out perfectly. I had the fleming salad which was also great. Of the sides we got at our table, the cream spinach seemed to come out the best. The oinion ring and MAC+Cheese had great presentation but were not as tasty as they looked.
All-in-all was not expecting this chain premium steakhouse to be quite as good as it was. I normally consider Ruth Chris my GOTO steak house, but lately some lackluster meals at Ruth Chris has me reconsidering especially when there are other great choices like Flemings.
It was our anniversary and I have mentioned it to the host. In return the gesture was awesome. It was our second time in Fleming's and I regretted why I haven't been eating there more often. Filet mignon was excellent again for my wife, for me it was a bit overcooked. Her choice of wine was out that night but heck, there were abundant choices and we were both happy with our selection. Great management, nice service!
Second time going to Flemings. First time was average - this time was excellent. Service was excellent and there was no rush to have a nice, long relaxing meals. Wife liked the small plate option, and the NY Strip wsa cooked to perfection. Excellent wine and list, but the iPad menu which I first really liked, didn't really help the selection. I still needed to talk with the waiter before making my choice. HIghly recommend.
We went to Flemings on Saturday for my husband's birthday. The food was great..but 2 requests for refills of drinks never made it to the table but made it to our bill. The bill had major errors.1) separate checks were requested as we were seated- we got a group bill. 2) 2 drinks we not not get were on the bill . We circled the errors for the extra charges for the waiter.. he returned with only one extra item off.
2 had to go bags- (one was literally a doggie bag that my cousin was taking her dog the steak bone), and my husband wanted a fully loaded baked potato that was barely touched. When we got home, we got the bones and my cousin got the potato!!!
not sure why he made so many mistakes?? It did take away from our overall experience...
Fleming's is always on. Anytime we have a celebration, special occasion, or just want a lovely dinner... we head to Flemings. The food is always great. The service is always friendly and professional. The prices are fair. And the chocolate lava cake is to die for.
What more could you ask for?
My family went to Flemmings to celebrate a birthday. The food was perfectly prepared - steak, swordfish, and Ahi tuna. We shared a couple of dishes and the kitchen handled that well with an extra plate. The service was attentive and pleasant. The complimentary valet is awesome, too. The big drawback to the evening was the noise. We were a table of 6 and it was hard to hear what was being said two people down. Hard to fix the acoustics so if I went back I'd ask for a booth.
We had a superb steakhouse experience with fine service and wonderful salads, beef and sides. The wine list is broad and varied, although markups are pretty steep. Overall a special dinner. The downside was the price, which was at the upper levels of the DC market. Ok if you are on an expense account, but we weren't.
Celebrating my birthday at Flemings was just perfect! My parents were in town for the occassion, and my father declared that his steak was "The best he's ever had in his entire life!" That speaks volumes since he's a LOT of steaks in his lifetime and is extremely particular about the way he likes his steaks prepared! Our server picked up on conversation that it was my birthday, and surprised me with a card and a box of chocolates, complete with lit birthday candle.
WOW!! Our first dine at a Flemings! This restaurant is attached to the Courtyard Marriott in Tysons Corner which works out well when you have a room, if you enjoy a few drinks with dinner. Wonderful wine list, a perfect Vesper martini, amazing onion soup, great crab cakes, and the steaks were perfectly cooked and crispy on the outside! Couldn't ask for more!!! We'll be back!
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