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About Chef Geoff's Tysons
Come visit Chef Geoff's Tysons located next to Tiffany's on Leesburg Pike in the heart of Tysons Corner. Don't miss our seasonal menus, Weekly Specials, Weekend Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, Half Price Wine Night every Wednesday, Happy Hour daily from 3:00pm to 7:00pm and all day on Monday and Tuesday, or our beautiful patio offering some of the best outdoor dining in the area. We also offer private parties (including private cooking classes), and offsite catering for any occasion (We also deliver with DoorDash!). We look forward to welcoming you soon! Cheers! Chef Geoff.
Vienna, VA 22182
Contemporary American, American
Hours of operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday-Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Bar open to midnight daily.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
We offer FREE VALET!
Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm (Weekdays)
Dinner: 5pm until 10pm (Daily)
Brunch: 10:30am until 3pm (Sunday)
FREE SELF PARK ~ Please bring in your ticket for validation.
Use the garage directly behind the office building.
Private Party Facilities:
Chef Geoff's Tysons Corner loves to party! We offer 2 beautiful
rooms from which to choose, and can accommodate any size group
from 10 to 350 guests. For more information contact our events team at 202.706.7326 or email our Event Director, Amy Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Party Contact:
Amy Foster: (202) 706-7326
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Chef Geoff's hosts numerous specials events, including wine dinners, beer dinners, cooking classes and more. To receive information regarding our next special event sign up for our newsletter at www.chefgeoff.com.
Chef Geoff's Tysons Ratings and Reviews
Very nice table and the manager came by to introduce himself. The food was delicious. The draft beer was a seasonal choice from Germany but not a memorable brew. They have many selections of wine and draft and we always enjoy dining at the Tyson’s location.
I always enjoy a meal at Chef Geoff....both lunch and dinner. The best deal is to arrive early for the happy hour during the week...have a few drinks at a reasonable price and take the last drink to the dinner table. Or enjoy their happy hour menu...especially the hamburgers. All good.
For dinner we went to the dining room - one friend had the pineapple and ham pizza (large enough for two)...another one of the specials for the evening - a crispy shrimp dish which she said was very good....and I had the beef taco. I will say it was a nice portion - but the beef was rather tough and tasteless (that could use some improvement).
Service was excellent...will always be a favorite place to go.
Great meal as always.....service was excellent......Daniel did a great job overseeing new server Miloud who worked really hard to make everything right. Loved the special cocktail Rose 75, and my meal was perfect from start to finish.......every visit is as expected.
I was there on Labor Day and the staff certainly came across as not wanting to be there since the joint was dead. The swordfish was rock hard (overcooked ), the donut hole dessert was stale and hard. The Brussels sprout and shrimp bun apps were acceptable. It's an old, tired place and it shows in the cuisine and service.
The restaurant was fairly empty late on a Sunday, and the waiter was nice, but a few things still slipped through the cracks--refilling a drink, and a special request for something on a salad. Otherwise it was fine. Our Caesar salads were very fresh, and the added chicken was seasoned perfectly--actually one of the best salads I've had for a while. Our friends enjoyed their food too--a burger and a crab cake sandwich. Will definitely go back some time.
Maybe it was because it was a holiday weekend, but my recent dinner (for 3) at Chef Geoff was a weird night. I am a fan of the New Mexico Avenue location, but the Tyson's version is a deprived and distant relation. The restaurant was virtually empty when two of our three arrived, yet we couldn't be seated until the party was complete. We sat at the bar and the bartender apparently was the only waiter for the front room so it took close to 10 minutes to get water and two drinks (one was served and then the bartender walked away). And they were provided by the person who was staffing the welcome desk.
The space is really nice; nothing about dining there is equal to the decor. The food is generally mediocre. The swordfish entree was a very thin piece that couldn't have weighed more than a few ounces. There was a strawberry cheesecake that was nicely presented but just lacked any of that wonderful cheesecake texture or flavor. It just seems like a restaurant that the owner doesn't care about and has banished from the family to work out its issues on its own. It just doesn't compare in any way to New Mexico, even though it's in an affluent and busy location, albeit not a neighborhood like NM. It was a weird night. I can't imagine why I'd return.
Good food with a creative menu. Only issue was wife's seat was torn and it had a huge spot on it. That didn't just tear - spend the money. Also why do you sit me at a table where the waiter is storing his towels, water and other stuff behind? Plenty of tables but you put me the waiter station? That is so irksome. We were dressed nice and had a reservation, why go out of your way to give us the least desirable seat? I hate being put near the waiter service station or the restroom, but it infuriates me when the restaurant is 3/4 empty, I have a reservation and you still do it. THINK!
Having said that, the food was good, but not fantastic. The menu accomodates every taste and has plenty of options.
My wife and I ate at Chef Geoff's this past Saturday night. The service was very good. Our waiter was quick and unintrusive and the food came very quickly. I ordered a caesar's salad to start, which was excellent, and the pesto gnocchi for my main course, which was also good. My wife ordered the spicy shrimp and rice dish, which she enjoyed. She asked beforehand how spicy the dish was (she doesn't like it too spicy) and the waiter told her it's slightly more spicy than mild, and he was right on.
There was a large family table seated next to us with probably 12 people seated there including kids, and they were very energetic. It didn't bother my wife and I, but the older gentleman and his wife seated behind us complained to the host.
One thing I was a bit disappointed in is that the ability to pay with the OpenTable app didn't present itself. OpenTable's site suggested that Chef Geoff's allowed paying with the app, and I expected to be prompted on my phone that my check was ready to view and pay, but I never was. I opened the app many times to try to find an option to pay for my meal but I never found one.
All in all a good night out.
The food is always excellent here - however, in the past, I have only eaten during the "early bird" dinner hours and have felt the value to be very, very good - Yesterday, I ate lunch and found that menu to be overpriced for the items it offered. Yummy, though -
Reservations for a table of six on a Sunday evening. The Tysons restaurant was not busy.
Arrived on time for the reservations made for 7 p.m. Table not ready? Plenty of empty tables? We did appreciate the round table selected to set for our service. It was easy for conversation thru out the evening with our guests. Staff seemed to be rather disorganized starting at the host stand into the dining room for service all evening. Not the usual attentive service this Sunday evening.
In fact, noticed that we were charged for an additional glass of wine which we did not order, and the waiter was quick to say, "Oh, I have the correct one right here." So, if we would have not noticed the over charge, we would have paid for an additional glass of wine?
The food was okay. Definitely, not the wow experience, and raving fan which we normally are of Chef Geoff's Tysons. Rather disappointed, as we had four guests with us for the evening as a thank you for their services to our business.
I dined here during Restaurant Week. My party and I were seated promptly right after we arrived. The menu had a wide variety of options. I am not sure if I would return. The Spinach Salad was good, Parisian Eggs Benedict was good, mimosas good, and the cheesecake was delicious! I did not care for the service, the cold, stale coffee cake cake or the burnt donuts. The waiter was not attentive for a restaurant at that level. Once the concern was brought to the manager's attention, the service became better! Mike the manager was wonderful! He did a great job of accommodating us!
This was probably our third visit here but definitely felt the food was just ok. The calamari appetizer was very good. My crabcake was bland and came with no sauce and the cauliflower was dry. My husband's salmon was cooked perfectly but was sitting on top of gummy mashed potatoes that were swimming in oil. The restaurant was quite empty for a Saturday evening.
Visited during the summer restaurant week for lunch. Treated like a king. Menu was a bit confusing as I had lots of options to choose from on the brunch menu but my server (David) helped me through the various menus to select the best option. Calamari was excellent with two dipping sauces and a huge Cesar salad with grilled shrimp was more than ample. Enough salad to have a take away for my wife at home. The dessert was chocolate mouse, coconut ice cream and citrus.
Glasses had finger prints. When I asked for a new glass the server looked at me as if I had three heads.
It took almost 45 minutes to receive our food because someone forget to put in our order.
When the food did come out, they did not provide as requested. The server also promised to validate our parking but never came around to it. We had to wait 10 minutes for someone else to validate for us. Would deeply consider ever returning again.
I'm a long time happy customer at your Tysons location but was kind of disappointed on this visit. The pizza crust and the bottom bread of the pastrami sandwich were soggy. The strawberry cheese cake was heavy on strawberry flavor. But don't despair we had a great time anyway.
I had the special for Restaurant Week. The black bean and corn guac was a bit boring but my entrée (shrimp bowl special) was super tasty with a beautiful presentation. The flavors were wonderful together and nicely balanced. If it were a regular menu item, I would be back frequently.
Most of the desserts involved fruit and chocolate, so I tried the key lime pie with lychee sorbet. The key lime pie was good. The lychee sorbet was pleasant but nothing I would order again.
Our service was not great, one entree and one of the desserts came out wrong and they were not special orders, just the wrong items. We waited a long time between courses and to receive the check and have it picked back up. We also sat with empty plates on our table for way too long. I was just in general disappointed. Some parts of the meal were good and others ok, but the lack of great service soured me on the experience. I don't think it was worth the money we spent even considering it was restaurant week.
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