Wed. Jan 26th, 2022

These restaurants will all serve brunch on Monday, Jan. 17 – some with $ 25 prix-fixe menus that coincide with the start of DC Winter Restaurant Week.

Busboys and Poets
Several areas in the area
All seven locations around DC are open with indoor and heated patio dining as well as takeaway and delivery. The brunch lasts until kl. 15.00 on Monday with a variety of breakfast products, vegetarian dishes, sandwiches, burgers and much more.

476 K St., NW
Richard Sandoval’s nine-month-old Mexican place serves bottomless brunch with all-you-can-eat food and drinks ($ 49) or bottomless food ($ 30) with drinks a la carte. A la carte food prices are also available. On the menu: tuna ceviche, birria tacos and egg dishes such as enfrijoladas with scrambled eggs, cotija cheese, black bean sauce, pico de gallo and crema.

Liberty Brewery
3251 Prospect St., NW
The Georgetown Brasserie is open for indoor and patio brunch on Mondays – serving a three-course Restaurant Week menu ($ 25 per person) with options such as French onion soup, Eggs Benedict and chocolate bread pudding.

1443 P St., NW
Grab a brunch partner and head to this diner-like Logan Circle place, where you’ll find a large breakfast menu that includes egg sandwiches, omelettes, French toast, pancakes and a bloody Mary bar. There is also a “breakfast club to-go” menu.

1201 Half St., SE
The glam, art deco-inspired dining room at Navy Yard offers a wide menu (shakes, steaks), and there is also breakfast all day in the form of hearty plates like pastrami hash with poached eggs or an egg dish with bacon, pancakes, and fries fries. Adjacent bakery Mah-Ze-Dahr serves coffee, pastries and more.

Basic Farmers, Farmers Fishers Bagers and Farmers and Distillers
Several areas in the area
The home-grown American restaurants offer holiday-Monday brunch with huge seasonal American menus (and buffets at select locations).

1601 14th St., NW
The Logan Circle Brasserie is open for Monday lunch and (better chances at a table) its dinner menu. Prepare to wait for one of the beautiful “street castles” if you do not have a reservation – or better yet, just order takeaway or delivery.

Ottoman taverna
425 I St., NW
The Turkish place in Mount. The Vernon Triangle offers a bottomless food-and-mimosa menu for $ 39.50. There is also a Restaurant Week brunch menu with a choice of two mezze and an entrée, or a mezze, entrée and dessert for $ 25 per person.

Silver Diner and Silver
Several areas in the area
The local diner chain and its more elegant American brasserie spinoff, Silver, offer both options throughout the day. The casual diner hits all the classics – pancakes, eggplants – while the brasseries of Cathedral Heights and Bethesda serve daily brunch with plates like toasted veggie huevos rancheros and yogurt “banana split” parfait. Good for those with dietary restrictions: Menus on both are labeled with icons for dishes that are gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, low-fat and low in cholesterol.

Unconventional Diner
1207 Ninth St., NW
Weekend brunch is an everyday thing until kl. 16 in Chef David Deshaie’s creative Shaw dining room. We are fans of egg sandwiches with bacon, cheddar, scallion and “s’eggsy sauce” as well as blueberry-ginger pancakes or shrimp n ‘groats in the Caribbean style. A couple of the items – like avocado toast or a lox bagel rethought in appetizer form – get stuck during dinner.

Food editor

Anna Spiegel covers the food and beverage scene in her home country of DC. Prior to joining the Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. Louis. John, US Virgin Islands.

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