Brunch is both comfort food and medicinal substance, and because we know you love it so we’ve compiled a list of ideal brunches to tickle your fancy.
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Saturday & Sunday, 10:30am-3pm
301 Water St. SE, Washington D.C. 20003
So what you like everything pumpkin flavored. That’s your right as an American, and Agua 301 is here to cater to your desire, as they are now offering up pumpkin pancakes for brunch!
“they’ve got a full brunch with classics like Huevos Rancheros (fried eggs, refried beans, avocado, ranchero sauce, crispy corn tortilla) and breakfast tacos (chorizo, oaxaca cheese, green onions), as well as sweeter items like pumpkin pancakes served with spiced pepitas, ginger butter, chile infused maple syrup.”
Poste Moderne Brasserie
Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-3:00pm
555 8th St. NE, Washington D.C. 20002
It’s got everything! They got eggs for days. They got waffles. They got an awesome drink special. What more do you want?
Sign of the Whale
1825 M St. NW Washington D.C. 20036
Four different kinds of egg benedict, enough said.
Monday-Friday, 11:30am-2:30pm. Sunday, 11:00am-2:30pm.901 New York Ave. NW, Washington D.C. 20001
Maryland is still technically in the south and thus in theory you should be able to get some awesome grit here. And you can at Acadiana were they also have two dollar mimosas and Bloody Marys.
Teddy & the Bully Bar
Sunday, 10:30am-3:30pm1200 19th St. NW, Washington D.C. 20036
Hangovers can make you feel like the lowest living life-form on this planet. The brunch at Teddy’ and the Bully Bar, however, will leave you feeling downright presidential.
“Teddy Roosevelt, our 26th (and arguably most badass) president serves as the inspiration for Teddy & the Bully Bar. Helmed by executive chef Michael Hartzer, the experience is exactly how Teddy would have wanted a meal – traditional, strong cocktails; outdoorsmen-ready meats like wild game on the menu; a classic interior design.”