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It’s pretty wild that Columbus Day is a national holiday. However, since it is, it means that you most likely have a three day weekend and that’s nice. What’s even nicer is the ability to spend Monday eating and getting drunk at brunch. D.C. is a brunch city through and through, and brunching is and will always be one of the best ways to spend your day off.


D.C.’s favorite Balkan restaurant is going hard on the bottomless brunch and is offering a full spread of small plates and drinks. Price at $39, it looks like the perfect plan of attack is to order one of everything off the menu as soon as you arrive, that way you can kick back and watch the food and cocktails churn out. Happy Monday, you boozehound.

Barcelona Wine Bar (Cathedral Heights and 14th Street)

Nothing says “day off” like a brunch filled to the brim with freshly made sangria and Spanish tapas. Try the huevos estrellados (french fries topped with crispy chorizo, hot sauce, and a fried egg) or the breakfast fideos (a baked vermicelli noodle dish packed with bacon, sausage, and vegetables, all topped with a fried egg). Let your creative side show at their do it yourself bloody mary and mimosa mini bars, each filled with fresh toppings, mixers, and garnishes.

Bar Pilar

Bar Pillar is doing us all a favor by serving up highly affordable food and libations during brunch. Try the blueberry lemon pancakes made with ricotta, the avocado toast with all the fixin’s, and the giant house-made breakfast burrito all for $16 or less. Their baller cocktails are $15 for the first and only $1 for each additional drink (mixing and matching is encouraged), but they also have a ton of fun boozy and non-alcoholic concoctions from the bar. Go for the food, stay for the drinks (or maybe it’s the other way around).

Founding Farmers

When thinking about classic and reliable D.C. brunch spots, Founding Farmers always comes to mind. With breakfast and brunch options from light snacks to filling large platters, Founding Farmers can please even the most picky brunch eaters. Try a tomato florentine benedict or a goat cheese and beat hash with perfectly poached eggs. Though they do not offer bottomless brunch booze, their signature cocktails (like the Southside made with gin, lemon, mint, and bitters) are sure to please.


As the days get cooler, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern bites are the perfect fare to warm you up. Kapnos is serving up a traditional Greek brunch menu with a twist. From classics like baked egg shakshouka and gyros to Greek-style chicken and waffles roasted on a spit, there are plenty of delicious dishes to choose from. Wash all of that tasty food down with a selection from their craft cocktail list, like the Baby Hippo, which has vodka, watermelon, mint, lime, and hum liqueur.

Lupo Verde

We believe that carbs are the foundation to a fantastic brunch, and we are glad that Lupo Verde agrees. Choose from traditional brunch fare with an Italian twist, like french toast with seasonal jam and roasted mixed nuts, or go for a pasta dish like the famous “cacio e pepe” or “cheese and pepper” pasta. Whatever you decide, Lupo Verde has you covered for your day-off brunch.

Orange Anchor

Orange Anchor is offering an extra day of weekend brunch, including their famous deal of $10 bottomless pitchers of mimosa, orange crush, and corona lite with the purchase of an entree. Choose from a loaded smoked salmon waffle, red velvet pancakes, a blue crab benedict, and more. Take advantage of an extra day’s worth of great bottomless drink deals on your day off this weekend.

Station 4

Spend your Monday lounging by the waterfront and drinking bottomless Bloody Marys (or Mimosas) at Station 4. The Bottomless brunch is $35 and includes on brunch entree. You could go for the Mardi Gras omelette with smoked Andouille sausage or the corned beef hash, but since you’re already taking the day off and drinking it all away, why not go for the brioche french toast and truly throw your diet out the window?