The Four Seasons Hotel in Washington D.C. is a luxury experience unlike any other. They have something for every member of the family as well as kid friendly activities and pampering. Located in the heart of Georgetown, this wonderful hotel puts you in walking distance from some of the biggest attractions. In addition, their pool, fitness center, and spa will ...
Restaurants near Four Seasons
- 10.15 mi0.15 mi from Four Seasons9 reviews
As its name suggests, this Georgetown institution takes coffee as seriously as its homespun baked goods. Baristas train for months, and the concrete coffee bar serves only the best roasters in the country (Stumptown, Intelligentsia). Cupcakes are playfully displayed in upside-down coffee beakers, and decadent flavors include hazelnut ganache–topped vanilla cake with a dulce de leche center. Other coffee-pairing options ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
- 20.12 mi0.12 mi from Four Seasons
Good for brunch. The buffet style takes a little getting used to. If you get the pink lemonade you can split it between 3 other people by watering down with water because it is almost sickeningly sweet!Popular withHistory
- 30.23 mi0.23 mi from Four Seasons3 reviews
The shrimp dish is delicious. I am not quite sure what is was because the place was so dark, but it was good and everyone was using the bread on the table to sop up the buttery goodness that was left over. Try to find a table away from the door on busy nights because it can get a bit ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersNightlife
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- 60.2 mi0.2 mi from Four Seasons
Outstanding Italian restaurant in Georgetown. The food was amazing and the wine choices were very reasonable. If you're looking for Italian around this area, I'd recommend this place or La Perla up Pennsylvania if you want to spend a little more money.Popular withFoodiesTrendsters
- 70.24 mi0.24 mi from Four Seasons3 reviews
good for a fast meal..
- 80.25 mi0.25 mi from Four Seasons2 reviews
This is technically a review of FirstBake, as I've only been here for breakfast on weekday mornings. On my first visit it was a little difficult to choose between the english muffins, cinnamon rolls, donuts, breakfast tacos, oatmeal, and toast, but each item being priced under $4 made it really easy to just choose multiple items, and on my first ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesTrendsters
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- 110.25 mi0.25 mi from Four Seasons1 review
There's no better view of Georgetown's Potomac riverfront than from the patio bar here. Sit out and watch the crew teams row and boaters docking. The large interior space is a popular party spot. To be honest, I've never paid that much attention to the food!Popular withBusinessNightlifeFamilies
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- 130.24 mi0.24 mi from Four Seasons1 review
This classic French bistro has been a home for French speakers since the 1970s. The restaurant is open quite late by D.C. standards -- 3 a.m. on weekdays, later on weekends. The little tables amidst the vintage posters make for cozy conversation. Oh, and the mousse au chocolat is my favorite!Popular withNightlifeFoodies
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- 160.06 mi0.06 mi from Four Seasons1 review
This is a trendy Georgetown take on Mexican dining. Definitely business casual, not a dirty taco stand by any degree. The food is great and portions are generous. Very popular with the 9-5 office crowd.
- 170.04 mi0.04 mi from Four Seasons
My office-mate suggested this place as somewhere near enough to work to go to for lunch. It was quite crowded when I got there at about one on a Friday, but the line moves at a decent pace. I got the special of a caprese sandwich (that's pesto, mozzarella and tomato on ciabatta - they sell something similar regularly) with ...
- 180.15 mi0.15 mi from Four Seasons1 review
This is a great Italian place that's close to Georgetown. It's very pricey, but if you're looking for a lot of good food, you should come here. I ordered boar chops, and I got two huge chops with penne carbonara. So much food. The only reason I give it 4 stars is that it's expensive and the location is in ...
- 190.25 mi0.25 mi from Four Seasons2 reviews
Although Serendipity 3 (3 for number of owners) boasts a delicious frozen hot chocolate (sounds like room temperature chocolate to me) I only went there for a drink. The desserts look scrumptious but very expensive. Who pays $19 for a banana split!? That's just outrageous!
- 200.21 mi