Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC
Please note that, as of January 15, 2022, the District of Columbia requires anyone aged 12 or older to show proof that they are fully vaccinated for indoor dining . Guests aged 18 and older are also required to show photo identification along with their proof of vaccine.
Seasons Sunday Brunch$110.00 per person
Multiple dates availableExecutive Chef Oliver Beckert and his team prepare a showstopper Brunch every Sunday. A made-to-order chef’s station features omelets and pancakes. The seafood station delivers delicacies such as ceviche, king crab claws, oysters, sushi and grilled sea bass. Meat lovers will rejoice over the roast beef carving station or roast rack of lamb. Countless salads as well as cheese and charcuterie platters make for a Sunday Brunch to remember. For guests with a sweet tooth, there is an entire dessert room highlighting seasonal pastries and creative concoctions by the talented Executive Pastry Chef Amanda Khan and her team Please note: - Seating's are limited to two hours for parties of 8 or less. - Bottomless mimosas are limited to two hours.
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Proof of vaccination required to dine indoors
The staff was amazing. The food was just ok
We booked seasons (and there was seasons available to book on open table for brunch and brunch buffet!!)
However when we arrived at seasons as per the booking we were told seasons is hosting a special event and we’re sent up to the bourbon steak restaurant which is not serving brunch!!!
We waited for 15 minutes for a host to acknowledge that we are there !!
After checking the reservation and checking the Covid passport !!! He asked to take the coats !! Ok yes please
Then two ladies from inside the restaurant came out and asked for their coats the host left us waiting!!! And went in for their coats and started making friendly talks with the women !!! While we are standing there waiting to be sent to our table !!!
The menu was nothing special
And we tried four appetizers (nothing special) and two main dishes (nothing special) and two dessert (bad)
The service was absent most of the time
The food was cold
And the bill was high of course
Then we went out to get the coats and waited for someone to show up then could not find the coats !! Then had to go in and look for our coats ourselves because the genius who took our coats put like 5 coats on top of each other on one hanger !!! Absolutely genius
I was disappointed
Disappointed in the first place with open table that booked at seasons when it was not available
And at this steak place in one of the most well known hotels (4 seasons) in DC to have such service and customer care
The view was spectacular and the service was lovely. A bit pricey, but I appreciate that the hospitality industry has been suffering so the cost was understandable. My Cobb salad was delicious (also it’s one of my favorites).
Abdul was great!
The food was on point, their variety was extensive, and the attention was excellent!
I wish they have more steak cuts available, but they had a lot of seafood choices as well as breakfast classics, such as omelets, french toasts, pancakes, pantries, fruits and basically anything you could think of.
Overall, each plate was delicious so would def recommend it, specially with family or friends
A rather underwhelming Boxing Day brunch experience. The ingredients — oysters, vegetables to name a few — aren’t the freshest. Bread was so so. The lamb roast was tough. The sea bass, tuna, and octopus were the only examples of good cooking. I’d expected much better from a Four Seasons hotel.
Great service and selection. Nice Birthday treat for my niece.
I hate to leave the following review because I’ve had such great experiences at Seasons in the past. We enjoyed the brunch buffet several times over the years. Every facet was always impeccable. The Christmas brunch buffet for 2021, however, fell short of expectations. The food selection was smaller than the pre-COVID regular Sunday buffet. Food was also not well-marked and allergy information was non-existent. For example, the sushi plate was marked “assorted sushi,” which is unhelpful for someone with a shellfish allergy. Strangely, few warm side dishes were available to pair with the 5 meats offered—turkey, steak, lamb, sea bass, and crab cakes. Dressing for the turkey was conspicuously absent. The dessert room, a favorite of mine, had a large selection that was mediocre. Creme brûlée was actually runny, the key lime pie had some incredibly hard pieces of something in it, the chocolate bourbon pecan pie had solidified chocolate chunks in the filling that were too hard to cut with a fork, and the berry portion of the berry cobbler was dry (I don’t even know how that happens). The peppermint chocolate mousse and cranberry oatmeal cookie were delicious, however. Service was absolutely impeccable as always. The kiddie corner buffet had good food. The chicken tenders and French fries, which I indulged in, were probably a highlight of the meal for me even though I suspect that Tysons and Ore Ida could take credit (no judgment since kids probably don’t have the same discerning tastes as the adults). I may try Seasons buffet at some point again in the future because our previous experiences were so great. I will likely wait until COVID is long past and staffing and food supply problems have been resolved. Cost of the Christmas buffet including tax and gratuity of 20% was $200/person. (You can see why expectations were high at that cost.)
Family Christmas Celebration
First place we can overstay and don’t “insinuate to” us to leave! The food splendid, the personal attention, unique. Best in Washington
Just a get together. The food and service were excellent. Abdul was our server and he was an intuitive, present and gratitude host! It was more crowded than expected, but the staff were gracious and accommodating.
The food and service at the stations was stellar!
All in all, a great time!!
We had frequented this venue for afternoon teas, luncheon, etc however that is now the Bourbon Steak, so we weren’t sure about the change. However, we needn’t have worried. The service and food remain at the previous standard.
We went during the busiest times of the year. The food does not worth the month we paid for. Not doing this again.
Cost of lunch was $150 for two mediocre salads and three drinks. Not worth it.
The brunch at the Four Seasons is also a favorite. The service is impeccable (we had Dina help us and he was just amazing), and the food is tasty. I wish they use a different Prosecco/Cava as it is not that good, and wish they stop congregating people waiting to get seated right by the entrance to the food stations. It felt crowded.
From entering the lobby of the hotel until arriving inside the restaurant, everyone was courteous and attentive. The waiter and waitress also! It was a wonderful experience and I already look forward to another visit!
Amazing food, service, ambience! As always - perfect!
25th anniversary celebration! The food, the service, and the hospitality were all outstanding.
Our server was outstanding, I was disappointed to be told that because our seating was at 3:15 items were not going to be replenished as they were closing soon. At $150.00 per person, I did not find that to be an acceptable response. I could understand if I were asking for something that would need to be created but I asked for spinach and scallions for omelet! I did hope to try a California roll, but I was told those were out as well.
We have been going to Seasons for Mother's Day for the last 6 years, this was the first time that I have had a negative experience.
Excellent service and experience as always.
We have been breakfasting here for decades so we’ve seen it go through changes. We enjoy the change in chairs as they are very comfortable. Our only complaint is they don’t use coffee thermoses to keep the coffee piping hot. In fact, the coffee is never hot so when one pours a second cup, it’s cold.
I recommend that the restaurant invest in coffee thermoses for this purpose. I also recommend that it serve the cream hot as well so as not to cool down the already cool coffee. Finally, I recommend they begin serving French coffee pressed coffee in thermoses. Coffee is always the weakest link in 99.99% of restaurants yet it’s usually how one ends their other meals with a dessert. We live Four Seasons and will continue to come there.
Perfect brunch ambiance for a quick birthday celebration. Our waiter Abdul was amazing and very attentive. Chatter was low but clearly ok to share a burst of laughter or more. I will visit again!
The food is delicious and the serve by Mr. Dana and Mr. Mohammed is always STELLAR!!! Thank you for hiring these gentlemen. Both Mr. Dana and Mr. Mohammed are emblematic of the Four Seasons high standards.
Seasons is a wonderful place to celebrate a special occasion or just a fun Sunday brunch out in DC. Delicious food and such attention to detail.
Celebrated our twins 17th birthday here on Halloween. It’s a worthy splurge. Everything was delicious and beautiful.
Birthday for a friend. Everything was great!
Great experience and location. Always a pleasant occasion.
The brunch is very expensive but the food/service/atmosphere is average. Definitely not worth the costs and will probably not go there again for brunch.
EXCELLENT service & GREAT food selections/ taste! #yougetwhatyoupayfor #catertoyou
Not that great of a place for the buzz around the Four Seasons
It was just ok. The restaurant did a nice “Happy Birthday” presentation with some fruit. The ambiance was great but the value to the cost paid just wasn’t there. Brunch certainly isn’t their thing.
Just not what Seasons used to be — food quality, service, selection, and general demeanor of the meal. Coffee arrived late, by the time the food arrived, the asparagus soggy as deplated. We were woefully disappointed, again. Go to Alhambra, where they get it right.
This is an amazing place to visit for brunch. The food and service can only be described as fantastic.
Birthday celebration was great, food is excellent so is the service, it’s not crowded and family friendly
It's so nice to have the Season brunch back after 1 1/2 years. There are definitely fewer food choices, understandable given expense and supply chain issues, but all of it was well prepared and quite tasty. The staff is still wonderful, as always, and it was very nice to see that they were able to retain people who have been there for years. Sure, it's quite expensive, but it is a very worthwhile splurge.
Wonderful to be able to enjoy brunch on the balcony. It was a beautiful day.
Impeccable service and the food was even better. It was an absolute delight!
Great reopen of a special brunch experience!
Did not disappoint - food was high quality and prepared to
Service was attentive, timely and professional. Muhammad was great!
Will go back to our pre-covid once a month experience!!
I love that atmosphere and the mood. However, there is less food than provided previously at a substantially increased cost from pre-covid.
Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC is rated 4.6 stars by 653 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.