As restaurants have opened back up, one of the most beloved Washington events is the weekend brunch. In mid-September, brunch was back at Seasons at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC. The new Seasons Sunday Brunch features creative food stations, a delectable seafood bar and a sumptuous dessert room that is not to be missed.
New Executive Chef Oliver Beckert is a master of creating showstopper brunches, just like Seasons is known for. “The team and I are so excited to launch our new Seasons Sunday Brunch,” says Beckert. “The chef stations allow members of the culinary team to really show off their craftsmanship.”
A made-to-order chef’s station features omelets and pancakes. The seafood station delivers delicacies such as ceviche, king crab claws, oysters, sushi and grilled sea bass. Meat lovers can head over to the roast beef carving station or roast rack of lamb. The cheese and charcuterie station welcomes you into the restaurant and gives you a glimpse of what brunch treats lie in store.
For guests with a sweet tooth, there is an entire dessert room highlighting seasonal pastries and creative concoctions by Executive Pastry Chef Amanda Kahn and her team. Talk about being a kid in a candy store!
Seasons Sunday Brunch is served from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm every Sunday starting September 12, 2021. Price is USD 110 per person with an optional USD 30 bottomless Mimosa package. Guests 6 to 18 years old are USD 55 per person, Children 5 and under are complimentary.
It should be noted that for the unvaccinated, dining out especially indoors is considered a high-risk activity. The risk drops to low to moderate for vaccinated individuals. It should be noted that Seasons does an outstanding job in following Covid-19 guidelines. For more information Covid and vaccinations, please visit the CDC.