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About Seasons 52 - Tysons Corner
Seasons 52 is a fresh grill and wine bar that offers a seasonally changing menu inspired by the appeal of a local farmer’s market. Seasons 52 sources ingredients at their peak of freshness and uses rustic cooking techniques, like brick-oven roasting and open-fire grilling over oak and mesquite wood to bring out the natural flavors of food. The menu is paired with an ever-changing international collection of more than 100 wines, with 52 available by the glass, along with exceptional signature handcrafted cocktails.
Open for lunch and dinner daily, with extended hours on the weekend. Join us for Sunday Brunch every Sunday from 10am-1pm.
If you are searching for a place to host your next group function, Seasons 52 is the perfect setting for your private or semi-private event. We also feature a Chef’s table for smaller groups or more intimate settings.
McLean, VA 22102
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 1:00pm; Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm; Sunday 10:00am - 9:00pm
Leesburg Pike/Route 7 at Tysons Corner Center
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Whether you’re hosting a corporate event or a social celebration, we are happy to accommodate you. Our event coordinator will assist with every detail, ensuring you have all the amenities you require. Let us help make your event unforgettable.
Seasons 52 - Tysons Corner Ratings and Reviews
I was looking for a spot for a birthday lunch that wouldn’t break the calorie or money bank, and close to Tyson’s where we were seeing a movie matinee. Check on all 3! We had a great meal, my salmon salad with citrus ginger vinagrette was full of delicious veggies, salmon perfectly prepared; my husband loved his fish tacos and chicken soup; the bread basket was so good ( a bit surprised by the charge but worth it). It was very busy which surprised me for a weekday, but service was great. Loved the mini mocha layered dessert, just a few bites but perfect after the big lunch. I love the calorie counts on the menu, I made good choices. And right in the mall so minutes to theater.
This is our local Season's 52. We went for the Nantucket Bay Scallops and the Chateau St. Michael Chardonnay Mimi pairing, which was excellent. Our salads were the baby golden beets and the bosc pear - both delicious. We even had the dessert bites which were free due to the Season's 52 celebration. Our server, Meloney W, was just wonderful. She kept us on track with nice pacing of the meal. She also made sure we got the correct credit card back and that we put it away. We'll be back!
Came here for Thanksgiving after not being able to spend time with family. This was pretty terrible. Had a reservation at 6:45 but didn’t get seated for half an hour. Once seated, it took over 10 minutes for anyone to say anything to us. We had started looking up different restaurants to go to. The woman who ended up being our waitress passed the table multiple times but didn’t even stop to say she would be right with us or take a quick drink order. It was 40 minutes past our reservation time before we even got a drink order in!
The food was mediocre. It wasn’t super flavorful, but it was at least cooked correctly. They ask on the reservation to note any allergy/food issues, but they don’t pass that info to your server or accommodate for anything. You simply only get half of your food. The wine list is predictable.
The ambiance was also mediocre. The volume levels are great - even with a packed restaurant, you can hear the person at your table really well. But there was trash on the floor, and the dark wood and carpet are tired and look old. There was no waiting area at all when we couldn’t get seated for our reservation unless you want to stand in the mall foot traffic.
Essentially, they overbooked themselves and ran their staff ragged trying to fix that. The lackluster service and food definitely does not make up for their missteps.
This was our 2nd Thanksgiving dinner at this Seasons 52 and again it didn't disappoint. The food was tasty, the service was good (especially considering how crowded the restaurant was), and the staff was attentive. We'll likely give this restaurant another visit.
Went for Thanksgiving, so the restaurant was crowded and noisy, but at least it was still possible to carry on a conversation. Our server was terrific and let us sit and have a conversation without pushing us out. The food was great and the prices were reasonable.
We went for Thanksgiving dinner & got exactly what we wanted -- the traditional offerings of light & dark meat turkey, stuffing, green beans (VERY GOOD), mashed butternut squash, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, etc. Our server was friendly and helpful. The food & presentation was very nice. Serving size was just right. Also interesting seasonal cocktails to try. We also liked that the option to order off their regular menu was available, so that non-traditionalists & vegetarians could get whatever they wanted.
We ate here for Thanksgiving. The pork tenderloin and half chicken dinners were both pretty good, though dry. They could both have used more sauce which was very sparsely supplied. The spinach salad was a big disappointment. Mainly just a huge bowl of wilted spinach that did not taste fresh. The dressing was bland at best and the shriveled pears that were on it were tasteless and dry. There were a few plain, raw walnuts thrown on top. Not good. They should look for the recipe for the pear salad they used to serve at Nordstrom's Bistro. It was spectacular. The waiter we had was awful. He seemed to have an attitude that some waiters get as though they are trying to act superior or indignant because you didn't order expensive drinks or appetizers. Some people actually care about their health and try not to overdo the calories, sugar and fat even when they eat out. That's not a crime. We had to wait forever for our bill. We usually tip at least 20% to compensate for not ordering drinks, etc. but don't when waiters act like ours did. They should just treat everybody the same and hope for good tips. This was a young guy with brown hair serving near the bar.
Our latest visit to Seasons 52 proved to be the best restaurant Thanksgiving meal we've had yet. The rolls that started things off were special, slightly sweet with small pieces of sunflower and grains (I think) inside. I accompanied the rolls with the porcini mushroom bisque from the regular menu (but no longer there) and found it wasn't a cream-based bisque but more like an excellent onion-mushroom soup. For the main meal, my husband ordered the special turkey dinner, which came with all the traditional sides plus dessert. To my delight, I was assured that all the sides were vegetarian, even the stuffing and gravy, and I was able to substitute rainbow trout for the turkey, since I'm pescetarian. I do hope the staff's assurances about the sides being vegetarian was correct, as I had to point out that the marshmallow on the Belgian Chocolate S'more dessert was unlikely to be vegetarian, no matter that they'd been told it was. (The server brought me one not yet topped with the marshmallow.) That said, the meal was delicious, and so were the leftovers we took home for the following day.
We always enjoy Seasons 52 especially during this time of year when we are shopping for the holidays. The Mediterranean hummus appetizer was fairly bland and I would not order that again the roasted artichokes were excellent mushroom soup divine and the caramelized scallop entrée was perfect especially paired with the butternut squash risotto. (Small issue brocollin not well sautéed and minimal taste) The mini desserts are a perfect size for three bites and we shared the pumpkin pie.
Brandon the bartender has officially been voted best Manhattan creator (see pic) in the DC area by my husband who fancies himself a connoisseur- best with Four Roses Bourbon.
We had requested a round table on Open Table, but, they didn't have one, when we got there. The waiter was very helpful in going out of his way to get the manager and get us a round table. The food was great; the ambiance was awesome and we all had a great time.
Our evening at Seasons 52 was amazing!! Sammy the bartender was fabulous. We were skeptic as it is a restaurant inside the mall area however the food was top-notch.
The cocktails were delicious, you have to try the Hawaiian cosmopolitan. You have to experience it for yourself the happy hour menu is worth a try.
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