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Where to Brunch in Washington DC

Where to Brunch in Washington DC

Washingtonians take their brunch seriously. Here, many restaurant's reputations are impacted greatly by the quality of their brunch offerings. I've had the opportunity to try a number of great restaurants over the course of various weekends. 11am to 3pm on Sunday is the best time to try most of these places, and reservations are highly recommended. For many of the more popular restaurants, you will miss any bottomless brunch deals by the time they seat you, or you may not even get in before the restaurant closes (on Sundays, many restaurants close for the day as soon as brunch hours are over). 

While I have many more places to try, and will probably never even experience even half of the brunch offerings in Washington DC, I've compiled a list of amazing options, based upon my personal experiences as well as recommendations from foodie friends in the city.

The List

The Bird, Logan Circle

Toro Toro, Downtown

Busboys and Poets, Mount Vernon Triangle

Le Diplomate, Logan Circle

Unconventional Diner, Shaw

El Centro D.F., Georgetown

Barcelona Wine Bar, Logan Circle

Vinoteca DC, U Street Corridor

Bluestone Lane, West End

Convivial, Shaw

Fare Well, H Street Corridor

District Commons, Foggy Bottom

Espita Mezcaleria, Shaw

 

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