THREE DAY WEEKEND WOOHOO! Memorial Day Weekend is easily the best weekend in May: BBQ, (sometimes) cooperative sunny weather, and if you’re really lucky, some time at the pool or beach. You know what also goes along with warm weather and an extra day off? Brunch. All of the brunch. Boozy, bottomless, food coma-inducing brunch. Added bonus, an extra day off from work means you get another opportunity to do some brunchin’.
DC Harvest has their usual weekend brunch with specials available Monday as an added bonus! Brunch goes from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with bottomless Bloody Mary’s and mimosas for $15 – $20. The menu is devoted to making comfort food with a new kind of twist, and they have two different kinds of pancakes so what’s not to love? be sure to check out their other staples such as the DC cheery wood smoked baco and the asiago doughnuts.
If you’re looking for a place to go to near Northwest D.C., Provision 14 could be your place. They’re serving brunch on Monday from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (talk about a marathon — four and half hour brunch, anyone?) and bottomless can be ordered any time before 2:30. Bottomless includes the classic mimosa or their signature basil lavender mimosa.
The Fainting Goat will be open on Monday just for brunch — these guys take brunch very seriously, as they should. Brunch on Monday goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and of course, they offer bottomless “bloody goats” and mimosas with you choice of orange, mango, or white cranberry juice. There is a two hour limit on bottomless, so keep those pitchers flowing.
Le Diplomate is open all day Monday, including brunch, so you’re in luck! Their brunch Hors d’Oeuvres feature both sweet and savory options, and they have tons of le fromage (CHEESE)!!! And other French things, like my personal favorite, French toast. Whether you want to brush up on french from high school, or are just looking for some scrumptious brunch, Le Diplomate has got your back.
Looking for a majestic kind of brunch this Memorial Day? The Majestic located in Old Town Alexandria might be a good place to start. They officially start serving their American – bistro styled brunch on the weekends, beginning May 28th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Be sure to check out their signature majestic with fingerling hash, served with a choice of sausage or bacon.
El Centro D.F. has two different locations around the District, and offers brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including endless all-you-can-fit-into-your-mouth brunch food for $35 a person on Monday. Don’t forget those bottomless drinks, such as the El Centro margarita, which goes along with the unlimited brunch deal.
Masa 14 also offers an unlimited Memorial Day brunch for the fixed price of $39 per person from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Located on 14th street, Masa 14 offers Latin – Asian styled dishes if you’re looking for a not so-basic brunch to complete your weekend. Don’t forget their mimosas, Bellinis, or Bloody Mary’s to compliment your heaping platefuls of food.
Not only does this place have a fun name, but they also have a fun Monday brunch menu! Their all you can eat brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is $39 for adults and $10 for kids. Their all you can eat menu includes salads, ceviche, sushi, dim sum, and more. As part of the bottomless brunch, they also offer bottomless drinks like sangria, two different kinds of Bloody Mary’s, and different fruity mimosa options.
If you’re lurking around Capital Hill in search of Monday brunch, you might want to start with Ambar. It’s “Capital Hill’s first Balkan restaurant” and they have a pretty sweet brunch deal going on Monday. From 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (yes, an extra half hour for brunch!) they serve bottomless brunch food and drink for $39 a person. They offer both savory dishes and sweet treats and tons of bottomless booze, so you know you can’t go wrong.
Want some brunch with a little artistic flair? Palette 22 in Arlington is both artsy and has brunch going on from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. this weekend! They have different kinds of flatbreads, eggs Benedict, frittata, and French Toast sticks, to name a few. They also offer sangria, crafted cocktails, Bloody Mary’s, and mimosas to go along with their open-theater kitchen. Palette 22 is the ultimate art and brunch combo to finish your MDW on a bold note.