Table’s Weekend Brunch Starts Tomorrow April 20 – Check Out the Menu

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903 N Street, NW

From a press release:

Chef Frederik de Pue’s Table will serve brunch every Saturday and Sunday, beginning on April 20. The $34 prix fixe menu includes three courses and will be served from 11am – 2pm.

Guests will start with a selection of house made pastries, including honey baked danishes and Nutella brioche, followed by the choice of first course items like Warm Duck Salad with pomegranate dressing, Granola Yogurt Parfait, Smoked Salmon with crème fraiche & capers, and Poached Shrimp Salad. Main course offerings include Baked Eggs en Cocotte with mushrooms and chard, Buckwheat Crepes with Caramelized Pears, Glazed Short Ribs and Eggs, Croque Monsieur Omelet, and more. Side dishes, gelatos, and brunch libations including Mimosas ($12) and Laurent Perrier Champagne with Hibiscus flowers ($22) will also be available a la carte, in addition to the wine and beer selections. Menus are seasonal.

Reservations are recommended and can be made online at TableDC.com.

You can see the full menu here:

Table Brunch Menu (PDF)

12 Comment

  • $34 for danishes, yogurt, and eggs? No thanks!

  • I can eat for less at the Blue Duck Tavern Brunch!

    • Depends on what you get at BDT. When we went for brunch a couple years ago, for 2, we spent a little over $100. Granted, we got a ton of food and a couple drinks. But it was definitely worth it. One of the best brunch spots in the city.

  • 12 bucks for a mimosa?!?!

  • justinbc

    They aren’t really going for the $10 unlimited mimosa crowd, and personally I think that’s a good thing, since most of those places dumb down their offerings to keep it simple.

  • yo, Freddie – it’s brunch, dude. at that price point, you’ll last about 4 weeks on 9th street. on the other hand, you’ll be able to (mostly) get away with it in Penn Quarter.

  • This place is really milking their 15 minutes as the new kid.

  • I wanted to love this place but I left very disappointed. This brunch doesn’t help their case either. It’s an overpriced and snooty ny wannabe that will leave you hungry, sober and unsatisfied. so much for the neighborhood gem we were hoping for.

  • Any word on whether they’ll do a la carte pricing soon? The side prices don’t look too terrible so if the main courses are around $15 then I’d gladly pay that for some delicious stuffed french toast.

  • $34 !!???? You HAVE to be kidding. @ 9th and N St !!?
    Now THAT’S funny. Good luck with that. The more I read/hear about this place, the funnier it gets. Someone needs to enlighten Mr. de Pue to the neighborhood of 9th & N ST.

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