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About Chef Geoff's Tysons
Come visit Chef Geoff's Tysons located next to Tiffany's on Leesburg Pike in the heart of Tysons Corner. Don't miss our seasonal menus, Weekly Specials, Weekend Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, Half Price Wine Night every Wednesday, Happy Hour daily from 3:00pm to 7:00pm and all day on Monday and Tuesday, or our beautiful patio offering some of the best outdoor dining in the area. We also offer private parties (including private cooking classes), and offsite catering for any occasion (We also deliver with DoorDash!). We look forward to welcoming you soon! Cheers! Chef Geoff.
Vienna, VA 22182
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday-Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Bar open to midnight daily.
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We offer FREE VALET!
Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm (Weekdays)
Dinner: 5pm until 10pm (Daily)
Brunch: 10:30am until 3pm (Sunday)
FREE SELF PARK ~ Please bring in your ticket for validation.
Use the garage directly behind the office building.
Private Party Facilities:
Chef Geoff's Tysons Corner loves to party! We offer 2 beautiful
rooms from which to choose, and can accommodate any size group
from 10 to 350 guests. For more information contact our events team at 202.706.7326 or email our Event Director, Amy Foster at email@example.com
Private Party Contact:
Amy Foster: (202) 706-7326
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Chef Geoff's hosts numerous specials events, including wine dinners, beer dinners, cooking classes and more. To receive information regarding our next special event sign up for our newsletter at www.chefgeoff.com.
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Chef Geoff's Tysons Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I were looking for a good dinner in a nice restaurant. Although the restaurant wasn't crowded, we were placed in the bar area. This wouldn't have been an issue except that we were served by the bartender who was inattentive, at best. Ordered a 2014 wine and after being served we noted we were given a 2015. When we mentioned this, the bartender brushed us off stating, "yeah, sometimes we run out and they change it". He asked about bread, then didn't bring it. We had a better interaction with the guy dropping off the food; who did finally bring us some bread. The food was excellent, however, we expected more than Applebee's service.
Cold, wet night, I think they appreciated our coming out. Staff was friendly and attentive. Love that they offered tastes before we purchased a bottle of wine. Husband had the trout with sweet and sour cauliflower (recommended by server) he said best meal he’s had in a long time...outside the home ;)
Entrees are a little pricey but good for a special occasion or date night.
My wife and I have been to CG’s many times, and this special Valentines dinner was no different. The food and the wine list is phenomenal. I suggest you stop by on any given night. You will certainly find something on the menu that gets your attention, and pleases the palate.
We started with happy hour prices at the bar. Next, we were seated at a cozy booth which supported conversation and getting to know one another. We were given impeccable service: our server volunteered his recommedations; he checked on our satisfaction with our entrees shortly after we received them; a manager briefly checked on our satisfaction; our water glasses were refilled multiple times without prompting. I had the salmon and a glass of cabernet - both were wonderful.
We enjoy Geoff’s for business ,Social and Happy Hour gatherings. Overall food and service was excellent. However , I don’t know want was going during our visit but the bar was major issues getting simple drinks prepared. Can’t even do a Cosmos or a simple martini. We had to return the drinks and and the remake were not that great, we just gave up. It’s a Saturday night and one would expect that you have your top people on board. The waitress finally admitted that it was a bar helper and not a bartender making our drinks. Oh well , next time we will stick to a nice bottle of wine.
Open table only allows reservations up to 12 people here and the restaurant graciously accommodated our request for a 13th seat without a problem. Food is great though many items on the menu were not available. They had run out of several apps and entrees, which was disappointing though not really surprising as we were there in the evening on the last day of Restaurant Week.
We have come several times for RW over the years and Chef Geoff's makes a point of offering most/all of the menu (other restaurants only offer certain things), which is nice. But you have to be careful because if you end up choosing cheaper options without realizing it, the RW deal is fairly close to normal price. This isn't really a complaint as I don't think you run much risk of finding 3 courses of options that would normally run less than the RW price, but if you really want to walk away feeling like you got a deal, this is the week to go for pricier entrees.
The food is outstanding. The various seafood options were all available (except the calamari app), and I really enjoyed the BBQ shrimp app and swordfish special! I've had the shrimp and grits before too and HIGHLY recommend it.
The place has usually been pretty full and quite loud when we have gone before, but Sunday night at 8:15 PM, we had the room to ourselves and were entirely at fault for how loud that room got! The staff was really polite and accommodating. The server even offered to handle split checks and all the awkward complications customers often add to split checks without being asked to, which was over and above. (This in particular is big change from past experiences at this same restaurant.) And while we stayed quite late, we were not rushed out at all. That said, part of why we were there so long was that the food doesn't exactly fly out of the kitchen. Again, not really a complaint in this case since we were there to enjoy time together with friends in a nice place and that's exactly what we got.
I've been to Chef Geoff's before so chose it for my bday dinner BUT the experience this time was not good. So many options were not available and we were there on a very uncrowded, early part of dinner service. On top of that the waiter was a ghost...we had to ask on 10 occasions for water refills. He was simply unresponsive. It was not a good birthday dinner.
I must say this was not the best visit to Chef Geoff’s. Although it was restaurant week and you would think they would stock accordingly, a lot of things they were out of on Sunday and the service were slow. We had a couple of people in our party that had seafood allergies and that was pretty much all that was left on the menu. One good thing was that they were knowledable about the menu for allergies and took precautions to not cross contaminate food brought to the table. I would probably try to give them one more try but definetly not during restaurant week.
Went for Restaurant Week on the Sunday. We had reservations for 1:30 PM but did not get seated until 35 minutes past our reservation time even though we got there 20 minutes early. When we went to order they were out of almost all the appetizers including two out of three that we wanted. Besides those issues, the food is outstanding and the value is very good for Restaurant Week. In addition, they provided some kind of carrot cake bread that was delicious. Lesson learned is to book an early time on the weekend.
The food was good and our server did his best to accommodate us. We were not happy with the fact that we had a 1:15 PM reservation yet we were not seated until roughly 45 minutes after our reserved time. In addition, many of the items advertised on their Restaurant Week menu were not available.
I was very disappointed with my brunch experience at Chef Geoff during restaurant week. My reservation was for 1:00pm but we were not seated until nearly 1:30 and we didn’t get the final check until 3:45pm (although we ordered the standard 3 courses, 2-person party, no loitering). When we finally got seated at our table it took an extended amount of time for our waitress to greet us and our table was dirty along with the bread plates. I do understand that it was restaurant week so I’m trying to be sensitive about it. Additionally, we discovered they ran out of 5 of the more popular starter options and the espresso ice cream, every item my wife preselected while waiting to get seated. One positive is that the main course was well prepared and arrived piping hot! After eating our main course it took our waitress about 20 mins to come back to our table and take our dessert order. Even after we placed our dessert order, we had to wait 20 addition mins for the lackluster dessert. Only at the end, without prompting or sour faces, did our waitress offer an apology for her poor service and encouraged us to return. We were very disappointed in the whole experience and hopefully this will be a lesson learned for the management team. Perhaps Chef Geoff should consider developing a standard RW menu rather than disappointing the customers by running out of the popular items.
We were a party of four there for lunch as part of restaurant week. Several of us had the Jalapeño Lime Steak Tacos, unfortunately the Steak was very tough and it was disappointing. I had the Greek Side salad which was also just average. The Dark Chocolate Ganache Cake for my desert was very good.
The service was also very slow, but that was expected being restaurant week.
The hostesses are young and inexperienced. We had to wait 30 minutes later than our reservation to be seated, they never updated us, and it was not busy. The service was slow. The food was not worth it, either. Their calamari was oddly soft and had a strange smell. The salmon was over cooked. On top of it all, my date and I practically had to scream at each other because it was so loud in the dining area. If I ever went back there then I would definitely eat at the bar, where the noise level was comfortable. I expected something much better from a restaurant in such a prime location.
Dined here many times. Packed for restaurant week. Waited for table. Tim bought us a drink at the bar. Professional, classy, charming guy. Tried dishes never had before. Right choices. Crispy Brussels sprouts excellent( consider a balsamic dipping sauce). Maple bacon chicken dish super. As moist a breast as we’ve had in a restaurant.Sauce delicious. Would love a bottle. Clam chowder sauced Cod, wonderful. A creative approach. Kitchen was out of mashed potatoes. Tim came by and suggested grits or a rice bed. We went with grits. Sensational combo with the sauce. Moved the dish from N.Y. To Charleston. Fish beautifully flaked and moist . Stayed creamy and never “ set up” the way mashed potatoes and sauces do. Offer grits all the time. Our waitress, Ashley, is a poised, pro, comfortable both talking about food, and with people. She was just what we needed to expedite a relaxed dinner, in spite of the somewhat madhouse atmosphere of Geoff’s during restaurant week. She is a real asset to your staff.
And speaking of which KUDOS on your continuing to offer your complete menu to restaurant week diners. It is both a gift to us and reflects real business acumen as well.
Came here during restaurant week with my family. Even with a reservation, it took about 30-45 minutes to be seated. My dad ordered a medium well steak, and it came out cold and rare. My brother got pasta, and it tasted like the pasta was sitting out for a while. Everything tasted over seasoned. I do not think the regular price for what you get is worth it either. If I had a choice to come back, I would not.
A group of four friends shared a booth on Saturday night of Restaurant Week. The restaurant was filled to capacity, but we had very good service. Our waiter kept us informed about some delays in the kitchen, but we were fine since the drinks and bread had arrived promptly and, despite the crowd, we could converse easily. When it arrived, each course of the food was delicious and at the proper temperature. Our waiter took good care of us !
I am a big Chef Geoff’s fan. I’ve been to this location and the former downtown location many times. We went here for my fiancé’s birthday dinner, and perhaps it was because it was Restaurant Week, the experience was below par with what I normally experienced. Unfortunately, it was rather disappointing this time.
The overall value for the money wasn’t terrible, but I would go somewhere else next time for a special occasion. The managers were very attentive. Three managers checked on us during the meal. Could have something to do with the meals taking so long in between courses. Conversely, our waitress, though friendly, was not at all very good. We saw her less than the managers. We didn’t want to ruin an evening with complaints to the managers. However, she visited us about 3 times in the first 5 minutes and then didn’t see her at all for 20 more when we actually needed to order! The wait for the food was very long in between courses, which was strange, since she specifically told us that the chef had pared the menu down to items that didn’t take a long time to prepare (for restaurant week). She also charged us extra for the dessert that came with our pre-fixe meal when we asked if we could use our free ice cream coupon for a coffee (lesser value) instead. She said yes and then came back and said no, then counted the coffee as the dessert part of the meal and charged us $9.50 for the dessert! We would not have ordered the coffee if she told us we couldn’t swap the ice cream for coffee. We were tired by this point and were not confident she would get it. It wasn’t worth the effort. Speaking of restaurant week, the upside is that there is a large selection to choose from, unlike most other restaurants that have a separate pre-fixe menu that has a limited number of items. The downside of Chef Geoff’s menu was that you didn’t have a choice to choose from the normal menu, as with other restaurants.
Saturday brunch with family.
Valet parking involves a bit of waiting.
They seated us quickly and brought us menus but did not have children’s menus in hand. The waitstaff forgot to tell us that they had run out of children’s menus and we had to look it up on the web. They eventually took our order but we had to wait for it.
We ordered French toast, avocado toast, breakfast tacos, and appetizer order of hummus. The food took a loong while to get to us. It was a good thing we ordered the appetizer donuts (they were very good).
The breakfast taco was heavy on the egg and light on the veggies. The jalapeño sauce was spicy and added a great deal to the dish.
The French toast was not hugely inspiring.
The avocado toast and hummus and pita were very good.
Really enjoyed trying out this restaurant that I had heard about for years. The Restaurant Week menu was generous (the full menu qualified for the $35 rate) and the food was delicious! Server was hard to find at times but the meal was lovely and we look forward to returning!
My wife and I went for lunch during Restaurant Week. We enjoyed the food and service very much. Just one negative-the cauliflower soup was so salty that we sent it back. The restaurant provided us with a different starter with no problem. We always enjoy Chef Geoff’s and intend to go back.
Went for restaurant week, and were surprised at the generosity. Service was attentive, a few minor missteps but they were very busy (yay for them!). Even without the RW deal the lunch menu was well priced with a good variety, and generous portions. It was hard to choose, but our selections for all three courses were terrific. Saw ads for their happy hour and looks very promising and would like to try it...but a possible challenge during rush hour....
Great meal and would go again.
First time at this restaurant and some coworkers and I came for the Restaurant Week special. The food and atmosphere were great, but the service and crew running the restaurant did not live up to the quality of the food or the regular menu price. After waiting 40 minutes for the dessert course the manager apologized. We then waited an additional 10 minutes to get the food (ice cream and cheesecake) which seemed excessive. Food was good, but with so many great alternatives around, I can’t see why I would go back.
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