Tavern 64 Regional Kitchen brings the best in local food and drink to Reston Town Center. With community and sustainability in mind, we feature locally and regionally sourced products in our creative and healthful fare.View Private Dining Details
The wine list was very good. I really liked the menu choices and there was live music playing during dinner. Very good!
Very nice atmosphere, convenient to our hotel room. Food was Very Good. Service was excellent. Will plan on visiting this restaurant again in the future.
The selection for the Easter Day buffet was very limited. Don’t mind paying the price when there is a good selection. Lansdowne Resort as a buffet for the same price and includes a wide selection- omelette bar, Belgium waffle bar, amazing fruit selection, mimosas. Next time that is where my family will go. The potatoes at Tavern 64 were very lacking in taste. Thumbs down and we were disappointed 😞. Sorry
Incredible Easter buffett. Great experience
Sat for ten minutes and no one acknowledged us. This gave us time to realize that there was nothing on the menu we wanted and we left and went to Clyde's...
Meet friends for Dinner at this restaurant. Service was attentive and moved right along, but not rushed. The scallops were very good as was my winter salad. Glass of wine at Happy Hour prices. What can beat that!
Great food, especially for a hotel restaurant. Good bar scene after hours with tasty drinks.
Appreciated table as far away from the bar and noisy section as possible. Pedro M. was a very attentive waiter. The shrimp and grits and crab cakes were a hit!
Disappointed - have been here a number of times, and it seems that it is on a steady down hill slide. Will not recommend. Many better options in Reston Town Center. Service and quality have not lived up to what I experienced on my first visit. With only one other couple in the dining room, it took 15+ minutes for drink orders to be delivered. Roasted squash soup was disappointing; overly thick and lacking in seasoning. 20
minutes between removal of soup and arrival of main course. Strip steak was poorly seasoned and arrived like warm.
Probably my last visit.
Dinner for Valentine's Day. Food was very good, but the service was not. Server completely forgot about our app, and our main dishes took a very long time. The restaurant was not full, and would have expected them to be prepared for a heavier night, as it was a holiday where quite a few people go out to dinner. Food saved the night, but would hesitate to go there again with all the other options in the area.
Very surprised to stumble across this place, everyone enjoyed their meal and the service was excellent - the meals were perfectly prepared and served hot. I had the Rockfish and was very pleased with the texture, flavor and side dishes it came with.
We hadn’t been to 64 in a while and decided to go back for a Sunday brunch. The menu features fresh high-quality local ingredients. We thoroughly enjoyed our food. The bison burger was fantastic. We will be going back soon
This was my first time eating at Tavern 64. I just happened to Google it and the menu looked pretty good. I will be returning on Wednesday for Valentine's Day with my husband. I was there last Friday with a couple of my girlfriends from work and the food was excellent. Great portions for the money and tasted very fresh. Although my server didn't seem to really want to serve and engage our table (hence the very good not excellent score) , the cooking staff was very accommodating. Someone in our party cannot have fish/seafood at all on her food and they made sure she was taken care of and didn't get sick. I will definitely recommend Tavern 64 to anyone looking for a good reasonably priced meal.
A little too noisy. More a hotel family crowd with lots of kids running everywhere.
We had a great dinner experience 3 years ago and thought brunch would be similar. Nope. Service was poor, food ok but not brunch. I won't return for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.
My husband and I had Sunday brunch at Tavern 64. First, there was no host/hostess to greet us. A waiter came over and we told him we had a reservation. He sat us in the bar which is ok. Our waiter greeted us and we placed a drink order. I had hot tea and my husband coffee. He poured me a cup of hot water and then took the tea pot away. Never asking if I needed more hot water or if my husband needed more coffee. Our waiter had three tables but he seemed overwhelmed. I wondered if he was the bartender and was filling in for someone. The food is good but Jackson's down the street has a more interesting menu and the food is better.
We will not return.
Great place to go for a pre-movie dinner. Healthy local options on the menu and excellent service.
Outstanding experience. Highly recommend!
The “traditional Thanksgiving” dishes were anything but traditional. The turkey was dry, the ribeye was way overdone and tasteless, the sides were horrendous and the desserts were pitiful and looked and tasted like they were purchased at Costco. The worst $54 per person Thanksgiving dinner I’ve ever had at a restaurant!! Awful!!!
Good was over cooked. Our server rarely made appearances and seemed to be covering half the room. I won't be back. The server was nice enough to give a free glass of wine to my wife after we spilled it. We did not expect that and it was a pleasant surprise.
Are usually do not recommend hotel restaurants, they generally feel overpriced.
Tavern 64, the restaurant that I continue schedule business meetings, Because food is good, service is excellent, and the atmosphere is casual.
The scallops and pork belly Are an excellent choice.
Servers were very friendly, open and welcoming; food was awesome! The restaurant/bar had live music on a Friday night which was really great.
The petite waffles and potatoes were really good!! The service was great!
Amazing find off the nd of Market St actually in the Hyatt Hotel. It sources locally from farms and the food was delicious.Menu changes seasonally. Scallops over garlic grits just melted in your mouth as did the salmon with crispy skin over a mix of quinoa and pomegranates. The martinis were excellent. Instead of bread you got biscuits that were not crumbly but soft and yummy. Will definitely be back. It was quiet the night we were there. This is one of the few really good restaurants in Reston Town Center.
Didn’t get order right. Expensive. Manager didn’t bother to see me.
Resturant was a great location for business dinner. The food has a wide variety of delicious tasting food (organic). This would be a great place for a date night or for a special occasion.
At 6:15 on a Friday night we were the only table in the restaurant. The food was good, however we were rushed and the whole meal including soup & salad was over in an hour.
The wait staff were inexperienced, though pleasant. We had to flag down our waiter for grated cheese, only to be served melted butter. With all the other restaurants in the town center, we picked the wrong one.
Good food and service. Thought there might be some recognition of my daughter's retirement as US NAVY Captain OR my son-in-law's birthday by the restaurant but there was not. I told them that the dinner was a special occasion. So disappointed. Thought at least a mini cup cake with candle.
Went for brunch, but brunch menu apparently doesn't start till 11. Regular old breakfast earlier than that on a Sunday. Breakfast buffet was fine but a little overpriced for what you get.
Haphazard service, bland food.
Food and service were great. We decided to go for brunch over the weekend and the selections were plentiful. It was quiet, not overcrowded, and the waitress was very attentive. It was a nice relaxing meal.
The food, service, & ambiance were spectacular. Much of the food comes from local farms and tasted wonderful from this chef's kitchen. Highly recommend Tavern 64!
Very good food the chicken and waffles are to die for
We were disappointed with our visit for a family brunch. The food was decent, but one plate had to be sent back for very underdone eggs. The service was friendly enough but very rushed, almost to the point of agitation. Tavern 64 used to be a nice place for a special meal, now it's more like a run of the mill "hotel lobby restaurant".
This WAS a great experience and would recommend a nice lunch in the terrace or dinner!
Went for brunch... eggs Benedict was pretty good . Desserts overpriced and the chocolate tart tasted like freezer burn . Brunch for three of us with tip and no alcohol was just under 100.00... pricey breakfast.
The new menu is fantastic. Unfortunately, the level of service and cleanliness of the restaraunt were not the same as our previous visits.
The menu is small but the food is good and fresh. I had the buffalo burger which was tasty. The salad was too large for one person but was fresh and good. The others had pork which was flavorful and tender. Very friendly atmosphere. Good neighborhood spot and the service was fast and friendly.
After a couple visits I can confirm the food is very good. The Tavern side salad available with entres is a nice touch with vinaigrette and pickled onions(!). Brisket is exceptional. Bison burgers are wonderful, especially the Bacon & Blue. Compliments to the chef.
We look forward to trying the buffets, brunch, and more dinner visits. The three menus are different.
Lunchtime service is rather slow and sometimes mistakes are made. We realized we missed the Garlic-Chive Grits side dish after we left. Oops.