Washington, DC


950 15th Street, NW (between I and K)

From a press release:

“DC’s iconic Georgia Brown’s will reopen after a winter break on April 4, Easter Sunday, with its unlimited “bountiful brunch” menu featuring Southern favorites served tableside. Priced at $67 per person, $30 for children, the menu includes popular dishes from Georgia Brown’s 28-year history of bringing Low Country inspired recipes to the Nation’s Capital. Read More

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From a press release:

“Award-winning restaurateur Ashok Bajaj of Knightsbridge Restaurant Group is pleased to announce the debut of a new Sunday brunch menu at his popular “modern Israeli” concept, SABABA, located in the heart of Cleveland Park at 3311 Connecticut Avenue, 20008. Guests will enjoy Executive Chef Ryan Moore’s “modern Israeli” cuisine, which draws inspiration from the Middle East, along with fresh new additions served on house-made Jerusalem bagels. Brunch is served exclusively on Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is available for in-house dining, carryout, and delivery. Read More

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Ed. Note: I think Tryst though a bit of a walk from metro sounds perfect. 2459 18th Street, NW. Photo by PoPville flickr user AWard Tour

“Dear PoPville,

So I wanted to know a good place for a birthday lunch/brunch kinda thing. I really like the areas around U Street/Logan Circle, Adams Morgan, and Eastern Market/Capitol Hill. The most important thing location-wise is that it’s metro accessible since that’s how many of my friends will be getting there. Any type of food is good. The place would preferably be not too expensive since we are students and on a budget.”

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1219 9th Street, NW near the Convention Center

From a press release:

“Unconventional Diner was awarded Best Upscale Brunch at the RAMMYS (Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington) on Sunday, June 30th. To celebrate this customer-voted win, Unconventional Diner will begin serving “Everyday Brunch,” seven days a week from 9am to 2:30pm beginning this Monday, July 8th 2019. Read More

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Ken Yu

Here are the previous best/let’s do this lists for – Carryouts, best Thai, best liquor stores, best Ramen, best Bars, best Indian and Pakistani, best Italian/Pizza/Deli, best Mexican/Salvadoran/Central/Cuban/Latin, best burgers/fries, best bakery/bagels, best Gyms, best Ethiopian , best Sushi, best bookstores, best movie theaters, best sports bars, and best barbers and hair salons.

Today’s query is a reader request. With the coming closure of Masa 14 in August – where are your favorite brunch spots these days!

Ed. Note: This was also a reader requested query back in 2013 – you can see those recs here.

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From the Nationals:

“The Washington Nationals may be on the road for a seven-day road trip, but baseball fans and foodies alike will have the opportunity to come to Nationals Park THIS WEEKEND to enjoy Brunch on the Baselines!

On June 2, Nationals fans have the opportunity to enjoy their Sunday brunch on the field at Nationals Park while watching the Nats on the NatsHD scoreboard as they take on the Reds in Cincinnati. This special all-inclusive brunch begins at noon Read More

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