18 "Brunch" restaurants in Washington DC.
The phenomenal tapas and fun times here might be the best example of what Jose Andres has done for DC eating.
Hit Oyamel in Penn Quarter for delicious Mexican food in a fun space.
A classic that can be used for dates or heavy drinking. Maybe even at the same time. The food’s great too.
This French bistro is the place to see anyone who’s ever been on “Meet the Press". The food is also delicious.
The Ferris Bueller of DC restaurants, The Royal is cool without trying too hard. Come for great Colombian food and cocktails.
Attached to the Carlyle Hotel in DuPont, The Riggsby does everything “classic” extremely well.
A casual spot by day, and a proper restaurant by night, hit The Partisan in Penn Quarter if you really enjoy meat.
Fainting Goat isn’t great, but you’ll end up here at some point. When the time comes, go heavy on the drinks and light on the food.
Declaration is right near Nats Park and has a wide-ranging menu and a daily Happy Hour so it’s perfect for a group dinner or brunch before a game.
Kinship does fancy-ish American food in Shaw. Go for a special occasion, and get the lobster French toast.
A classic diner that’s been around since the 1940s, Florida Avenue Grill is still a reliable spot for breakfast in Columbia Heights.
In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.
The Bethesda outpost of Jaleo has the same great tapas as the DC original. It’s one of the best options in the area.