Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Tysons Corner, Virginia, United States. Tysons, also known as Tysons Corner, is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Located in Northern Virginia between the community of McLean and the town of Vienna along the Capital Beltway (I-495), it lies within the Washington Metropolitan Area. Tysons is home to two super-regional shopping malls—Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria—and the corporate headquarters of numerous companies such as Intelsat, Gannett, Hilton Worldwide, Cvent, Freddie Mac, Capital One and Booz Allen Hamilton. Tysons is Fairfax County's central business district and a regional commercial center. It has been characterized as a quintessential example of an edge city. The population was 19,627 as of the 2010 census.
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4 based on 409 reviews
Wow. This was one of the best meals my husband and I have ever enjoyed and we dine out often. We were here with another couple to celebrate a birthday. We ordered the tasting menu with the added wagyu beef course. Amuse-bouche of squid and melon, tuna tartare, sablefish, duck breast, wagyu beef, melon sorbet and a chocolate crinkle cookie with blueberries and vanilla ice cream dessert. Every bite of every course was delicious.Service was excellent. Ambience is open, airy and minimalistic. Fantastic meal, fantastic evening.
4 based on 895 reviews
Founding Farmers Tysons offers our classic farm-inspired dishes infused with the culinary traditions of Virginia, as well as seasonal fruits and vegetables straight from Virginia farms, whenever possible. Bar highlights include our exclusive, Virginia-bre
BEWARE! My husband and I were staying in the Tyson's area on business. We were looking for a healthy and upbeat restaurant to have an early dinner, around 5 PM. What we found was contrary to their description. In summary, the food was expensive, unhealthy, greasy and dangerously salty. Our service was dirty and broken. The staff were rude and off-putting. Also, Founding Fathers is not easy to find. We were inside the adjacent mall, using a map to locate it. You have to walk through or around the parking deck next door, across the concrete plaza, down the stairs outside, and around the side of the building. There were absolutely no signs. The parking attendant had no idea there was even a restaurant nearby. I will begin with a small positive - We liked that we had our own water decanter on our table, and the silverware had heft. Now, the vast negatives - The young, 20-something hostess with the upper lip piercing was extremely rude and unfriendly, and did not smile or say hello. Why is she the first face you see? This is clearly not her calling. She also wrote down a time on a piece of cardstock which indicated how long we were apparently allowed to stay. Really? Is this how you want repeat business? Our server very quickly looked at the time and grabbed the paper away when he introduced himself, making us feel immediately unwelcome. The aforementioned decanter had a very large crack running most of the way through it. If our server would have taken greater care, he would have absolutely noticed it, and given us a new one right away, without us pointing it out. Our table was dirty, with the crusted remains of something green on the top. One of our napkins had old food on it. It wasn't a stain. It was an unwashed napkin, folded, ready for service. Every one of the wait staff was curt and looked like they were merely tolerating their customers. I watched three grown adult servers stand in a corner and gossip about patrons. Our own server felt like he was putting on an act to be pleasant. We ordered the country fried steak and donut w/ mac and cheese and green beans, and a prime rib/steak sandwich with fries. The country fried steak was very tough, like leather. The donut was heavy and greasy, and the mac and cheese was very bland. The steak sandwich and the fries were very, very heavy handed in the salt department, so much so, that my lips burned. When I politely told my server after he asked how things were, he feigned a fake "oh no" and walked away very quickly. No offer to exchange or address my meal whatsoever. Also, when my plate was served, there was a large piece of cooked egg clinging to the side (which was not part of my meal.) Our server didn't even see it, or remove it. In fact, he left my dirty napkin on our table until he took the money for our bill. The bathroom situation was ridiculous. They were out of order, so we had to walk down a long hallway, take an elevator to another level, go through the foyer/waiting area of a business in the same building and try to see where the bathrooms were after that. NO signage after elevator. On top of that, the door handles to the bathrooms were stiff and did not move. In other words, it would appear to most that they were locked, because it was the style of door handle that does in fact turn. We had to tell several people to just push on the handle. One gentleman was desperate to use the bathroom and was having difficulty in figuring it out. Why didn't the restaurant provide adequate signage and a note about the handles? This is horrendous customer service. The booth seats looked worn. They were also very low, which was uncomfortable. The chairs were not much better. And my chair was cracked and was dirty, as well. We do a lot of business and personal trips to this area from out of state, but we will never return to this restaurant, nor can we recommend it to our colleagues or friends. We are well aware that the DC area isn't overly friendly, but to feel as though you are unwelcome is reprehensible. I don't know how Founding Farmers is still in business. I'd give it less than 1 star if I could. Feels like these issues are a top-down problem, and part of the Founding Fathers culture.Dear From_the_Southeast: Thank you for taking the time to share your detailed review with us about your recent experience to our Tysons' Founding Farmers. I am SUPER sorry for the many and vast negatives of your time with us. I feel terrible for the confusion you had with the location of our restaurant, the lacking & inconsiderate service form our staff, the disappointing food, the poor care of our restaurant amenities and of course, I sincerely apologize for the renovation work taking place to the building's restrooms- which sadly, has left our guests to use the secondary restrooms in the lobby of the building. With this all acknowledged, I would love the opportunity to touch base further and ask that you please email me a copy of your feedback and the date you joined at [email protected] -Amy
4 based on 213 reviews
Another outstanding dinner at the McLean VA Fleming's Steakhouse. Food is very generously portioned; perfectly prepared; beautifully presented; and with excellent service. Valet parking is available, but I always like self-parking in the underground garage - which is especially nice if the weather is an issue.
4 based on 602 reviews
Step back in time 60 years to when going out for dinner meant something really special. Step into Wildfire, a steak and chophouse with the aura of a 1940's dinner club. From the decor to the jazz music, Wildfire has the style and warmth that makes it perf
Great service, food ok, restaurant was clean , staff great food was average . Was well presented, just average
4 based on 244 reviews
An abundance of fresh, locally grown and farm raised food is featured at Tysons Corner's farm-to-table restaurant hÃ¤rth. Celebrating modern American food that brings a fresh and contemporary approach to dining. Our Chef's orchestrate a menu of locally sou
I dined twice at this restaurant. On both occasions, the food was delicious ( rockfish the first time, and trout the second time). The service is excellent, much better than what is usually offered in hotel restaurants. The chef is inventive: try the spread made of bacon, brown sugar and honey on your slice of bread and you'll experience what I mean. Also ask for the raspberry mousse: it looks like an exotic purple fruit and its taste matches the look. The restaurant decor is modern and pleasant. Overall, it's worth a trip.Thank you for your review. We appreciate you dining twice with us and it is fantastic to reach that you found the food to be delicious. Your comment on the service is appreciated as the team works hard to make this impression with all of our patrons. Chef Philip Thompson is very creative and we are so lucky to have him. The bacon jam is an absolute favorite of many of our guests. Thank you again for your review and for dining with us. We hope to welcome you back for visit #3 soon. As always, I invite anyone reading my responses to contact me anytime.Happy dining - Kevin B. [email protected]
4 based on 385 reviews
At Silver Diner, we're much more than a diner. Whether you choose a classic dish or a vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free option, Executive Chef Ype Von Hengst has created a menu of customizable, healthier choices that all share one thing: the highest quali
It is ok food if you donât mind sharing with a roach. One jumped onto me out of the menus. Yuk. Our waiter took it and that was it. Acted like this is common and ok. Never even uttered an apology or anything!! Not sure I will go back there. Didnât think to take a photo of the critter!!Thanks for the review. We take these issues extremely seriously, and I will pass it along to the management team so they are aware, and so they can take the proper next steps. That being said could you please contact me at [email protected] so I can assist and help you with this experience. I do hope we can serve you again sometime, and thanks again for the feedback!
4 based on 575 reviews
Seasons 52 is a casually sophisticated fresh grill and wine bar that invites you to discover the sensational flavors of our seasonally inspired menu. At Seasons 52, you'll enjoy a warm, welcoming ambiance with rich mahogany accents, custom built wine cell
What a difference a year makes. On my birthday a year ago, my wife and I went to the Woodmont Grill in Bethesda, MD and had an absolutely awful and disappointing experience; repeated on our anniversary in January, but never again. Today to celebrate my birthday, we went to the Seasons 52 in the Tysons Corner shopping center. The experience was a 10 on a scale of 10: wish for a happy birthday by the receptionist; birthday card with warm words; a glass of sparkling wine each, complimentary of course; and free dessert for both. Our entrees -- scallops for my wife and shrimp and grits for me were perfect. Our server, Martha, was warm and attentive. The ambience was great with a low noise level and a quiet booth. The value was good as the entrees were priced reasonably. The manager recognized my birthday and came by and wished me a happy birthday and chatted a bit. All in all, I don't know how this dining experience could have been better. We will return again and again.
4 based on 312 reviews
You are cordially invited to join us for an evening or afternoon of relaxed elegance and exceptional cuisine. Our impressive menu of nationally renowned dry aged steaks and the freshest of seafood will ignite your culinary imagination as our award-winning
The steaks at this place are just wonderful (there were 3 of us and we all had different steaks). However the red wine we had was far too cold. We were told it was stored at 45 degrees but it was way too cold to get the best from the wine. Great place, great food ... but PLEASE get the wine right too!
4 based on 395 reviews
Certainly felt that we were eating with the "upper crust" at this popular place in Tyson's Corners. Expense account or lobbyist prices combined with extraordinary food. The seafood tower is a wonder to behold. We ate lightly off the appetizer menu. I had crab cakes and my husband enjoyed the Norwegian salmon. Too rich for my blood.
4 based on 641 reviews
Simply amazing ... as always!This place never disappoints. It has something for everyone ... and it is ALWAYS done right. I have tried virtually everything on the menu ... more than once ... and it is consistently delicious. And the service is always there, hovering at just the right time, and predictably professional.And the decor and atmosphere is lively but intimate.And all this in a Mall? Yes!
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