This week we are going to focus on beer, in honor of DC Beer Week. So if you are not a fan of beer, check our D.C Brunch Guide 2014 and our DC Outdoor Drinking Guide for other options. If you want more beer options, check out our DC Biergarten Guide.
Pair waffles or homemade granola with awesome beer mixers such as Radler (beer and lemonade) and Colaweizen (wheat beer cola). Or you can be boring and get a mimosa. Go do you.
“An H Street staple since its inception, Biergarten Haus offers a massive outdoor beer garden behind its deceptively small indoor space. With 16 German beers available as well as a selection of authentic German food including smoked and cured fish, fresh pretzel rolls, spatzle, shnitzel, and other filling carb-y goodness, Biergarten Haus is your best bet for a true Deutsche beer garden experience.”
House-cured and smoked bacon, sausages, and beer. YUM. Brunch is only served on Sundays.
“10 drafts indoors, 6 drafts outdoors. Delicious food made from locally sourced ingredients and meat sliced and cured in their own butchershop. A beautiful, cozy outdoor space strung with fairy lights. Live music in the garden on Friday and Saturday nights. This is the perfect relaxing summer evening destination.”
Bloody Beer: tomato, white beer, vodka. Try it!
“The Belgian newcomer/sister restaurant to Belga on 14th street boasts a sturdy brunch menu (braised pork cheeks! skillet of eggs WITH LOBSTER!) and some truly great brunch cocktails, including a BLOODY BEER.”
Outdoor seating and delicious traditional Cuban food. You will want to order everything on the menu. But don’t. You won’t be able to finish. Trust me.
““Unlimited Piqueos” (small Cuban plates) such as one eyed ropa vieja hash or Tortilla de Huevos a la Cubana for $26 per person (much like at Boqueria-the deal has to be ordered by the whole table). BONUS: Bottomless morning cocktails such as Cuban Mary (Bloody Mary), Classic Mimosa, Mimosa Rojo with Watermelon Juice, Lychee Mimosa, the Red or White Sangria, as well as the daily beer selection can be added for another $14 per person.”
“The menu at Duke’s changes daily and depends on seasonal and local produce, so the menu is posted to their facebook page each morning. We do know this: there are bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys, the beer selection is solid, the price is great, and there will always be good eggs. Most of the fare is London pub-inspired, so count on blood pudding, banger sausages, and a proper English spread among your options.”