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Starting Next Monday You Can Get a Brookland Burrito (and lots more) at Brookland’s Finest – See the full breakfast menu

by Prince Of Petworth March 27, 2017 at 11:00 am 10 Comments

12th and Jackson Street, NE

Lucky bastards.

From a press release:

“Beginning Monday, April 3, Brookland’s Finest Bar & Kitchen will rollout breakfast service during the week, and continue with their popular weekend brunch service. The menu features a variety of sweet and savory breakfast entrees, including the Brookland Burrito with house made chorizo, scrambled eggs, potato, southwest green chili sauce, Tillamook cheddar and cheesy grits; Seasonal waffle with bourbon maple syrup, whipped cream and fresh fruit; and a Lox Platter with house cured salmon spread, cream cheese, caper-tomato relish, boiled egg, pickled onions and a Bullfrog Bagel. All breakfast entrees are available for $15 or less. In addition, Brookland’s Finest will offer a selection of grab-n-go options including cheddar biscuits, blueberry muffins, and freshly baked banana bread. The restaurant will offer Zeke’s coffee, a local small batch coffee roaster, and will serve regular drip coffee. Brookland’s Finest also offers free Wi-Fi for guests who may choose to have a working meal or coffee. Breakfast is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.”

Check out the full breakfast menu: Breakfast.Menu (PDF)

  • Abby

    I was there this weekend and the brunch is fantastic. The veggie breakfast burrito comes with a habanero sauce that is NO JOKE. Very excited that they are opening earlier.

  • Anonynon

    Is this place any good? Thinking about going to their Tuesday night pre-fixie dinner…

    • northeazy

      I went once for brunch a few years ago. My mom, my son, and I. We each had a drink (2 alcohol and one OJ) and each got a brunch plate. It was $80. I do not know why that always stuck with me. The food wasn’t terrible, but also nothing fantastic. $80 just seemed like so much, even for DC.

      • Anon Spock

        That does seem high even if the alcohol was $10 each. Did you order high end items like steal, crab/lobster, etc?

        • northeazy

          I can’t recall, but it was brunch food–my son I am sure got pancakes, I am sure I got an egg dish, and I know my mother def didnt get any lobster. We may have gotten some pie to share come to think of it so throw another $10 on…IDK maybe I am being overly critical.

      • Anonynon

        yeah I think its 35$ for 3 courses with alcohol pairing. Which I suppose is reasonable…just wondering if anyones gone and what their experience has been like (is it worth it?!)

        • neighbor

          I’ve been for brunch and don’t remember seeing a pre-fixe 3 course menu option? In general, the menu certainly isn’t “cheap” diner prices, but I think their price point is on par with most every brunch spot in DC — their entrees range from like $12-18. And the portions are generous in my opinion.

          It’s not elegant, but it’s certainly a fantastic neighborhood spot with what I always refer to as “elevated bar food” — I’ve eaten brunch, lunch, dinner and always enjoy the food and atmosphere. And I’m super excited to hear they’ll have weekday breakfast with wifi available for work-from-home day options other than a coffee shop!

  • LLG

    Brookland’s Finest is aptly named. It has the best food out of any restaurant in greater Brookland.

    • Ned Hack


  • JB

    We are two blocks away and love the restaurant. Perfect neighborhood spot and great for kids


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