Graffiato to offer Weekend Brunch & $20 Weekday Lunch

Graffiato is located at 707 6th St, NW in Chinatown. We’ve previously judged them here.

From an email:

Chef Isabella adds weekend brunch and a $20 weekday lunch option. Start dates and sample menus are outlined below.

News from the Bar
Head Mixologist, Taha Ismail has been barrel-aging negroni and it is ready for sipping. He used a honeycomb bourbon barrel to age the cocktail for five weeks.

Barrel Aged Negroni $10
catoctin creek gin, campari, carpano

Weekend Brunch
Saturday & Sunday, 12-3pm
Beginning February 25

Sample Brunch Menu

Cinnamon Knots $6

Meatballs $10
creamy polenta, farmed egg

Spaghetti Carbonara $12
pancetta, parmesan, egg

Breakfast Pizza $17
bacon, potato, broccolini, cheddar

Apple Calzone $12
whipped mascarpone

From the Bar

Bloody Mary $10
olive, mozzarella

Bloody Sparkling $10
blood orange puree, prosecco

Traveling Riverside Blues $10
blueberry infused grappa,
local sparkling wine, grapefruit

Weekday $20 Lunch Menu
Available Monday-Friday, 12-4pm on the first floor only
Beginning February 27

Choose any three items from the Wood Oven, Vegetate, Dessert or Beverage sections of the special menu featuring 10 dishes and three boozy beverages. The regular a la carte lunch menu will continue to be available throughout the restaurant.

8 Comment

  • Twenty dollars seems like a lot considering you can get great lunch deals at some of the area’s top restaurants for $15 and under. The dishes sound meh to me, as if they are trying too hard to be visionary but not quite.

  • breakfast pizza? someone alert casey’s general store. mike isabella is stealing their disgusting idea.

  • $20 is a great lunch deal? God I really need to get out of this city.

  • I had lunch here the other day and was NOT impressed by the food. Service was ok.

    • Agreed. Went here about three months after it opened and the food was mediocre at best. I will never return. Aside from the fact that it was incredibly loud and the ridiculously small portions (even for small plates), I had no need for the “I’m too cool for school” attitude that I got from everyone there.

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