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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
As usual, Sunday brunch at the Four Seasons is phenomenal. All manner of food from seafood (lobster, crab, shrimp, scallops, etc) along with breakfast foods, roast beef and more, are available and prepared superbly. The ambiance is wonderful and the service exceptional.
We didn't actually eat at the Seasons restaurant because we were told when we got there that there is a private function and we had to eat at Bourbon Steak. For brunch, the Bourbon Steak restaurant didn't quite work well because it was dark and with the steps to get to the food, it was a bit of a hassle.
We visited Seasons restaurant for New Year's Day brunch. The atmosphere was festive and there was a lots of people.The food was displayed in at least six or seven food stations,each with a chef who would prepare it to your liking. The only disappointment was, even with a wide choice of seafood ,we didn't see sushi. Also,my son has noticed the seafood was only prepared and served in a manner of cold dishes.The sweets station was very impressive,it was hard to ignore all these gems.For drinks we had Mimosas that are not included in the price .Overall we had a memorable holiday brunch.
Dining here is absolutely fabulous . The service is impeccable, the food is out of this world with incredible options. The ambience is very extravagant and you feel very special just been there . I love , love , love it and will always dine here at every opportunity I get .
My sisters took me to brunch for my bday. While the food was good I found a strand of hair in my truffle Mac and my sister found a piece of plastic in one of her dishes. The service was exceptional. Beautiful restaurant. Being that it is the holidays some decorations and maybe some sort of music would have really added to the experience. Overall it was good.
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.
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.
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.
Sunday Brunch at Seasons was a wonderful experience. The buffet presentation was creative, elegant, and delicious. Service was friendly and attentive. I highly recommend this restaurant for a relaxing brunch in Georgetown.
Now I remember why I have been reluctant to return to the Sunday brunch here. There are better and less expensive options (but I won’t reveal them!). Admittedly, it is expansive, as well as expensive. There are lots of food choices, more easily accessed if one had a motor bike to race from one end of the dining room to the other, with all the stops in between. Don’t feel obliged to dress up, although many do - because gym wear and less was all around. The service was very good, and the seating staff pleasant and accommodating. As for food, the seafood bar has very nice offerings, and on this occasion included a bloody mary bar. The attendant was having a bad day, it seemed - I wasn’t sure whether or not to be relieved that he was quite rude to everyone, not just me. He also had a brief spell involving loudly throwing items at a pan behind his bar area. Charcuterie station also excellent. Salads okay. Omelets drew high marks. Hot food station really in a far, far away corner and in bad need of replenishing. The attendant there got high marks for personality, efforts to remedy shortages, and attention to guests. Desserts too many to fathom but donuts outstanding. Cautionary note to families: More than a few guests were dressed in really suggestive attire, which is to say body clinging and way overexposed. I don’t suppose the hotel can do much to control that, but seriously it gave the place a trashy vibe.
The best brunch I have ever had. i've eaten at a lot of nice restaurants and this is by far the best brunch with the best quality food. The brunch is not cheap, at $90/person, but for special occasions you cannot go wrong, especially with the unlimited mimosas.
Best Sunday brunch ever. I would go every week if I could afford it. Food is top notch. Only complaint is that the service was good, but not as attentive as I would have expected but I could tell our waitress was extremely busy. Their brunch is something everyone should try once in their lifetime.
This was our second visit to the Sunday brunch and the ambiance, food , and service is excellent. The seafood , chesse, and salad stations are very good. The selection of deserts is outstanding.
The service was both friendly and efficient.
My only criticism would be the elimination of the roast beef carving station which should certainly be part of the brunch menu!
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