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About Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC
Walls of windows shine light into the expansive room and enhance this exquisite dining experience. Under the direction of Executive Chef Andrew Court, Seasons restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC, offers a bright, tranquil setting for the morning crowd of movers and shakers, visiting dignitaries and discreet people watchers. The Georgetown restaurant’s traditional dishes come alive with elegant twists: from the lemon ricotta pancakes to international flavours like the Huevos Rancheros. Tuck into a delectable mix of regional and seasonal ingredients during breakfast and Sunday brunch, which features bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary's and seven different stations, including a live action station where food is made to order in front of guests for $100 per person. A favourite amongst local and visiting guests alike, Seasons is known for its “power breakfasts.” It's the place to see and be seen and to hold a top-secret discussion under the radar.
Washington, DC 20007
American, Continental, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am;
Saturday and Sunday : 7:00am - 11:00 am;
Saturday Lunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday Brunch Buffet: 10:30am - 2:00pm
29th Street & Pennsylvania Avenue
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is complimentary Monday thru Saturday and only $14 during Sunday Brunch.
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seasons Restaurant - Four Seasons Washington DC Ratings and Reviews
We usually enjoy brunch at the Four Seasons. Unfortunately, this time there were limited options for my husband and I, considering we don't eat red meat and pork. There was meat in everything, including literally the only green vegetable on the menu - bacon covered green beans. At 3pm, when the buffet officially shut down, waiters disappeared, tables were broken down, and we couldn't find our server to pay the check. Even the management was sitting in booths eating their lunches from the buffet. For 80 dollars per person for brunch, one would thing I could get a little grace period without having tables broken down in front of me. The food we could eat was good, but service lacking. I'm not sure I'll be back.
Seasons bruch met my expectations. I have heard many foodies talked about it so the bar was very high. Yet it managed to convince me that without any doubt it is the best brunch in DC. While expensive, you truly get what you pay for: cebiche (authentic Peruvian), curried scallops, spicy tuna cones, fresh burrata, jamón serrano, carne asada, amazing pastries, awesome desserts, etc. Perhaps the only thing missing was macarons for a grand finale. I will certainly bring the family back. Wife already asking.
We were impressed the moment we walked in! There was a quiet unrushed ambience. No lines, very comfortable and calm. The food was amazing! No skimping on the incredients for a seafood omlete or the raw oyster bar. There was a New Orleans influence going on where several dishes known to New Orleans were featured. The only thing missing was live music. It would have been nice to have a harpist, a violinist or something very special. Be ready to eat a lot, and pay a hefty price. Cocktails were great but optional considering that the Champagne was free flowing.
Service started out slow, but picked up after we complained. Tried to use a gift card to pay, but it was rejected because the cashier didn't know how to enter the information (CC company had the transaction in their records and informed me it wasn't entered properly). I had to use another credit card instead, which is what I didn't want to do. Very pricey brunch.
We attended Father's Day brunch with our 6 y/o daughter. There were several other families there with children. It was low key, the dining area is lovely and the noise level was at a minimum. Very pleasant, relaxing and perfect for the special occasion. The food was fantastic. I don't know what else anyone would want for. The selection was very complete. The dessert table was quite a sight to behold. So many creative, unique and beautiful selections. The bottomless mimosas were a nice treat with the lovely meal.
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the brunch at the Four Seasons. The food, service and staff is always superb. I have been to many a brunch, and this is far and away one of the best. It is pricy, but considering you only have to eat one meal for the day, and bottomless mimosa's, well worth the cost.
The brunch is a must do! Lots of choices from seafood, meat, fish, salads, vegetables, and all kinds of delicious desserts. There is unlimited champagne/mimosas. I'm a seafood lover & thought it was fantastic. The service is excellent. It is a bit pricey at $80, but you get great quality and great service for the price.
Seasons truly impresses. I have always found it amazing, but the redone decor and enhanced buffet selctions make this the best upscale Brunch buffet by far in the DC region. One must get there for the treat it is- make it a celebration. Albeit not inexpensive, the experience of perfection from the food, ambiance to the service, makes it worth every penny!
I had an amazing dining experience. I'm not used to a brunch buffet being of such amazing quality, but I was truly pleased with my options. The staff was impeccably friendly and polite, the decor tasteful but not distracting, and the view lovely. The price is high, but you're getting what you paid for: excellence.
Absolutely incredible Sunday brunch. Expensive but well worth it. You must try this brunch if in DC. Endless champagne and food, they have a separate desert room that alone would be worth the trip. Eat nothing before arriving. Be aware that they serve brunch until 2:30 PM. True 5 star service.
80.00 per person for Brunch..... OMG. Food and service were excellent. Unlimited Mimosas. Well presented food. Hot food was hot and presented well. Chocolate Croissant French Toast was Stellar!! Cold food cold and not your typical brunch salad options. Made to order Duck Tacos were off the chain. All in all wonderful Food,Service and Atmosphere. Still have a bit of Sticker Shock.
This was our first time at this restaurant. Have always wanted to try the Sunday Buffet brunch. It was delicious. A variety of stations, although at each station not an overwhelming amount of selections. The short ribs and lamb were very good. There is an endless sparkling wine/bloody mary with the brunch. Dessert room had mini-selections. Would come back again but when it is warmer to enjoy the outdoor setting.
This was our first visit to the Seasons brunch since the renovations. While still worth the splurge, it has to be noted that there are fewer offerings at each of the stations, and this week was particularly weak on the hot foods. The new layout is very nice, though - very open and sunny and more modern than the old design.
Everything was delicious. 'Asian' station was amazing with duck, chicken and pork tacos with accompanying sauces and garnishes. Something different from the usual brunch fair. Great Bloody Mary's and oyster shooters. Great, very fresh salad station. Waitress could have been a bit more attentive with water/mimosa refill :)
The buffet was one of the best that I have been to, and I didn't even attempt the Desert Room. It was mobbed (due to Kennedy Center Honors) and the pressure on the Host was unbelievable, but we were seated immediately in keeping with our reservation. Food was immense -- indian, salads, breakfast/omlettes, raw bar, cheese bar, etc. Could have stayed all day. Service was outstanding -- extremely pleasant Christina. Will go again. Our family was very pleased. Expensive but worth the price.
Went today to Seasons' restaurant, after having an awful experience, when they did not acknowledge my reservations for Easter Brunch. When I called for Easter, they even took the credit card number. Had to do a last minute run, with visitors at home to find an alternative.
Today, the same thing happened, after about six months. Food quality nor service is of any value if they do not honor reservations. Today they mentioned to take the name of the person, but it should not be the customer's responsibility. Thankfully, there are enough quality restaurants that are responsible, that we dont have to take another chance. Word to the wise, do not reserve if not reserve if not through Open Table. Not trustworthy.
It has become a tradition for me to host a small group at Seasons restaurant on Thanksgiving. Like every other year, they did not disappoint. Atmosphere is festive but low-key, food is imaginative and very good (something for everyone) service is always outstanding! Families are welcomed, from small children to great-grandparents and all semed happy to be there. It's a great experience and one I hope to continue.
A rumor has reached my ears that the Four Seasons will be renovating Seasons restaurant. PLEASE do not change the ambience. From my point of view the change upstairs from a lovely lounge to a noisy bar and steak house (as if Washington needed another steak house)was unfortunate. I no longer go there.
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