Washington, DC (March 1, 2015) – Good lord Washingtonian’s love their brunches. Sorting through my emails, I have here a round up of those new brunches that are most worthy to share, and there were a lot to sort through. Here are the top places to enjoy your #SundayFunday, or Saturday Pre-Nap Prepare-you-for-Netflix-binge Feast.
Orange Anchor at the Georgetown Washington Harbour brunch will be served Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am – 3:00pm. WHY ITS GOOD: Corporate Executive Chef Allan Javery is creating a menu that features seasonal American cuisine with most of the ingredients sourced from local farmers and waters within a three-hour drive from DC. Ala carte prices.
Casa Luca, Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s Italian Osteria, enters the Brunch scene with delectable cocktails, fresh fruit juices, rustic a la carte options, and a prix fixe tasting menu. EASY CHOICE: Casa Luca Brunch prix fixe menu, which includes choice of one appetizer, one Italian Specialty, and a Dessert, plus Bottomless drinks ($32). Available Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Founding Farmers Tysons is a Farmers Market Buffet style experience (no a la carte). $30 (per person) and includes coffee, iced tea, or sun tea. All other beverages are additional. 9:00am – 2:00pm. WHY TYSONS? Why not? Brunch and endless shopping options in the DC-area.
Béarnaise is the Capitol Hill spot where diners flock to indulge in classic bistro fare amongst friends, family and colleagues. Brunch is ala carte but Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys are $16. Crispy Pig’s Feet Hangover Cure Hash $16. Saturdays and Sundays 10:00am – 3:00pm.
Slate Wine Bar near the Observatory offers Unlimited Mimosas or Bloody Mary’s for $15 from 11:00am – 3:00pm. Open Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwich and the classic Chicken and Waffles are menu STANDOUTS.
Boss Shepherd’s at the Warner Theatre is great deal and honestly priced for a Sunday only Brunch Service starting at 11:00am. For $35, guests will receive one starter, one main course and two brunch cocktails. Choose from starters such as the waffle egg & cheese, East Coast oysters, or steel cut oatmeal topped with brown sugar, crème fraiche and poached apples. Live jazz entertainment will be provided every Sunday to add a little something extra.
Lupo Verde on 14th Street is an amazing brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am – 3:30pm. Drinks and brunch menu are ala carte, but quality over quantity is where this place shines. Cheese selections are amazing. Cocktails are well thought-out, and the staff are all very passionate to ensure you have a great time in their restaurant.