Not as good as years past, cracked crab replaced with bloody mary bar and roast meat replaced with BBQ. While all dishes were excellent, and the upgrade option on Champagne appreciated, replacing two 'high end' dishes with clearly lower cost options are out of place for a brunch which is $100+ per person. We will give the season brunch one more try next year but that may be our last and that would be too bad after over a decade of exceptional value and experience.
We enjoyed a delicious birthday brunch, and really had such a nice time!
One of the best Brunch's in the DMV! Outstanding to say the very least! I love it! Magnificent!
Perfect. My go to place. Best service in town.
A very disappointing experience. This was our fifth Thanksgiving brunch at the Four Seasons. It will be our last. Food and ambience were not up to prior year standards. Food on the buffet lines was not replenished in a timely fashion. Carving station was fine, but salad and vegetable stations were awful. Empty salad bowls and veggies left too long on the serving table were far too common. We tried going back after 10 or 15 minutes only to find nothing had changed.
Ambience was like being in a cave. Our table for 2 people was stuck in a back corner which was very dark and noise level made conversation very difficult.
Too bad! It used to be a pleasant way to enjoy Thanksgiving.
A little more expensive every time, but still the best Sunday Brunch in town. Thanksgiving Brunch was Wonderful!
Completely amazing. A great place to go for a special holiday meal. More than the regular buffet and you never feel rushed.
Went for my birthday. Everything was beautifully presented and service was very nice.
It’s always disappointing to learn upon arrival that there’s a private event at Seasons, and we must be seTed upstairs in Bourbon restaurant. Seasons is always quiet and doesn’t seem crowded. While Bourbon offers a much louder, more chaotic dining experience.
Great variety and quality. Desserts are too many, should rather focus on pastry quality