Craving endless amounts of swanky brunch food? We’ve got you covered.
Craving normal amounts of normal brunch food? Well you won’t get that here, but check out the entire 2014 Brunch Guide.
- Agora DC
DuPont Circle at 1527 17th Street, NW, 20036
On Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm, Agora serves a bottomless brunch of Greek and Turkish cuisine.There are also BOTTOMLESS COCKTAILS such as Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Champagne, as well as house vodka, gin, rum, and tequila. If you want to start your Saturday off aggressively then go to Agora and start drinking tequila at 11am. If you want to follow up your hungover Saturday night, then go get a Bloody Mary on Sunday. You can’t go wrong. Everybody wins. Guests can have multiple servings for up to two hours for $32.99.
- Cuba Libre
801 9th Street, NW, 20001
On Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30am-2pm customers can have unlimited tapas. Additionally, there’s an a la carte brunch menu until 3pm. It’s $26 for the unlimited tapas, and a la carte menus are priced from $5.50 to $13. For an extra $14 you can also have bottomless cocktails, so there’s that.
- Bombay Club
815 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 20006
From 11:30-2:30 on Sundays there’s a live piano and endless amounts of indian food. For $20.95 a person there’s a rotating selection of seven different indian dishes. There’s also a $27.95 champagne brunch that includes unlimited pours of champagne. So choose wisely.
- Ardeo Bardeo
3311 Connecticut Ave, NW, 20008
Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm there’s a two-course brunch with bottomless champagne and mimosas for $28. You can also buy everything a la carte but then you don’t get bottomless drinks and you get less food so I think it’s pretty evident what you should do. They serve deviled eggs, watermelon tomato gazpacho, crispy brussels sprouts, salmon, gnocchi, and other swanky and yummy foods.
800 F Street, NW, 20004
On Sundays from 11am-3pm there are a la carte brunch options from $8-$24, OR the champagne brunch is $32 which is two main courses then bottomless champagne or mimosas. Known for their frittata, french toast, grapefruit and tangerine brûlée, and roasted amish chicken among other things, there’s going to be something to satisfy whatever craving you have
250 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20036
Starting September 21st, STK will serve brunch on sundays from 11:30am-6pm. STK will be serving a smorgasbord of foods, from a bakers basket and fresh fruit board, to buttermilk pancakes and cinnamon buns, to fried thai chicken. Additionally, customers can pay $18 for two-hours of bottomless cocktails.