DC works hard. As a result, DC likes to take a break on the weekends and enjoy a nice, relaxing brunch. FACT: brunches are WAY more relaxing when you can order as many drinks as you please. In the interest of your mental well-being, here are 29 bottomless brunch deals, organized by neighborhood for your drinking (and obligatory eating) pleasure.
1825 14th St NW
The Deal: $35 nets you all you-can-eat Latin-Asian fare, plus bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, lemon lagers, bacon Bloody Marys, and more from 10am-3pm every weekend.
623 Pennsylvania Ave SE
The Deal: $14 for bottomless orange or grapefruit mimosas.
Hank's Oyster Bar
633 Pennsylvania Ave SE
The Deal: $15 for bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys.
555 8th St NW
The Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am-3pm.
Ardeo + Bardeo
3311 Connecticut Ave NW
The Deal: $28 gets you two courses plus bottomless Champagne or mimosas every weekend from 11am-3pm.
3417 Connecticut Ave NW
The Deal: Bottomless bubbles come in four flavors (blackberry, orange, blood orange, or grapefruit) for $18 on Sundays from 11am-2:30pm.
1400 Irving St NW
The Deal: On weekends from 11am-3pm, pair your BBQ with bottomless mimosas available in four flavors (classic, grapefruit, cranberry, or pineapple) for $15.
950 15th St NW
The Deal: What's a Delta Dawn? That's raspberry vodka with watermelon puree and a bit of honey. During Sunday's Jazz Brunch, have as many as you can handle for $25.
1110 Vermont Ave NW
The Deal: $19 gets you bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys every Sunday starting at 10:30am.
1317 Connecticut Ave NW
The Deal: $27 for never-ending Bloody Marys, screwdrivers, and mimosas plus an entree with either an appetizer or a dessert, weekends from 10am-3pm.
1333 New Hampshire Ave NW
The Deal: $10 for unlimited Champagne or mimosas with the weekend brunch buffet.
1323 Connecticut Ave NW
The Deal: For $15, have the bottomless brunch punch or the orange or grapefruit mimosas from 10am-3pm on weekends.
Ping Pong Dim Sum
1 Dupont Circle NW
The Deal: The unlimited beer-mosa ($15) comes with a pitcher of beer, lemonade, and three juices so you can make your own concoction. They also do traditional mimosas. Drinks don't stop until 4pm.
Teddy and the Bully Bar
1200 19th St NW
The Deal: $40 for bottomless Bloody Marys or mimosas, plus all-you-can-eat from their buffet, every Sunday from 10:30am-3:30pm.
2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW
The Deal: $16 bottomless blood orange mimosas or Bloody Marys with entree purchase, every weekend from 11am-2pm.
M Street Bar and Grill
2033 M St NW
The Deal: Sunday brunch features unlimited Champagne or mimosas for $27.95, which also covers an entree, appetizer, and dessert.
El Centro D.F.
1218 Wisconsin Ave NW
The Deal: $35 gets you a bottomless brunch including Micheladas, Bloody Marias, or a seasonal cocktail. Everyone at the table must participate; every weekend from 10:30am-3pm.
1905 9th St NW
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys are $15 every Sunday starting at 11am.
520 Florida Ave NW
The Deal: Unlimited mimosas for $12 on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-3pm.
903 N St NW
The Deal: $48 includes not only bottomless mimosas but also five courses. Only on Sundays, 11am-2pm.
Tap & Parlour
2001 11th St NW
The Deal: $7 gets you bottomless mimosas every weekend from 11am-3:30pm.
1214 U St NW
The Deal: For $30, have as many Bloody Marys or mimosas as you can drink with a brunch entree, every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3pm.
1. Cafe Saint-Ex1847 14th Street NW , Washington
2. Drafting Table1529 14th Street, NW, , washington, dc
3. M Cafe & Bar1634 14th St NW, Washington
4. Masa 141825 14th St NW, Washington
5. Beuchert's Saloon623 Pennsylvania Ave SE , Washington, DC
6. Cuba Libre801A 9th Street NW, Washington, DC
7. NoPa Kitchen + Bar800 F St, NW, Washington
8. Poste555 8th St, NW , Washington
9. Ardeo + Bardeo3311 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington
10. Ripple3417 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington
11. Acre 1211400 Irving St. NW, Washington
12. Georgia Brown's950 15th St NW, Washington
13. Lincoln1110 Vermont Ave NW, Washington
14. DGS Delicatessen1317 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington
15. GBD1323 Connecticut Ave NW , Washington, DC
16. Teddy & The Bully Bar1200 19th St NW, Washington
17. District Commons2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington
18. Smith Commons1245 H St NE, Washington
19. Vendetta1212 H St NE, Washington
20. Shaw's Tavern520 Florida Ave NW, Washington
21. Table903 N St NW, Washington, DC
Named for aviator/ author of The Little Prince Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Cafe Saint-Ex also holds a dual identity. Upstairs is a classy cafe where you can enjoy delicious offerings like Sriracha Chicken Liver Mousse or Slow Roasted Pork Belly, while downstairs a dance party awaits your full-stomached dancing (wait 30 minutes!).
Named for and full of the tables employed by modern-day architects and 19th-century rich guys who had "studies", the 14th Street booze den nonetheless eschews rich mahogany for rawness like salvaged bus depot stoplights that flash its address (1, 5, 2, 9).
Legit Italian grub in a ritzy space that doesn't match the less-than-skyhigh prices.
The culinary lovechild of chefs Kaz Okochi (Kaz's Sushi Bistro) and Richard Sandoval (Zengo), Masa fuses the talents of both into a pleasing array of Latin/Asian small plates, in a handsome, open-kitchen 100-seater.
A reborn western saloon with the upscale hipness of Eastern Market, Beuchert’s takes “farm-to-table” fare to the next level. Everything on the market-driven menu is sourced from local coops and farms, resulting in an abundance of fresh flavors. We suggest you sip on a specialty cocktail and order the roasted bone marrow -- a verdant combination of pickled pistachios and mustard seed, served with a parsley salad -- to fit in with the local herd, providing the taxidermy Buffalo (mounted above the cherry wood bar with lifelike expressions) haven’t done so already.
The 200+ seat Libre's menu is designed around "what Cuba's cuisine would be like today, if it had continued to flourish beyond the golden era of the 1950s," though its decor's decidedly pre-Castro Old Havana: bubble street lights and colorful '50's era building facades, architecture now missing in actual Cuba -- thanks oddball combo of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence!
The chef helming this Penn Quarter brasserie comes from Manhattan's Japanese/Peruvian Nobu 57, so you know you're getting more than your go-to American or French cuisine here. Chef Matt Kuhn puts an Asian twist on staples with dishes like carrot-infused spaghetti, farro and black quinoa risotto, chilean sea bass, and pork shoulder cassoulet, all served in a chic, industrial setting with whitewashed brick and dark wood walls, plush red velvet chairs, and comfortable leather booths.
Poste has you covered for delicious local beers and craft cocktails ON TAP, like the "That Ginger is a Peach" -- made with bourbon, peach nectar, and Osterwies Hard Ginger Beer.
Combining the two adjoining Cleveland Park heavy hitters, Ardeo + Bardeo's the aptly named meal-merger from nationally hailed Ashok Bajaj, with an extensive brunch and dinner menu, and a million-dollar facelift.
Boasting a linen-lined, curtained rear dining room and a 40ft tiled bar backed by huge mirrors and flower-patterned lightboxes up front, Ripple's a casually airy, beige-walled winer n' diner.
A reference to the 121-acre neighborhood that went nameless before becoming Columbia Heights,121 has turned the recently vacant Commonwealth space into a low-country BBQ joint, keeping things rustic with copper light fixtures illuminating a small stage, vintage prints of of the neighborhood, and bronzed mirrors, meaning Boehner must've accidentally pressed up against them while fixing a contact or something.
They do Southern fare right at GB's, which such fine foods such as ham, shrimp, grits, bacon, home fries, and more, which are all available in their delectable buffet.
Lincoln reps the former head-of-state not only in name, but in taste as well, spotlighting some of his favorite eats, which apparently included oysters and gingerbread. Lincoln's small plate menu focuses on contemporary American cuisine sourced locally from farmers and fishermen in the region. Nothing says 'merica like infused bourbons and a full list of moonshines approved by honest Abe.
DGS Delicatessen takes the idea from your old Jewish grandmother's kitchen and elevates it with a modern and creative spin that gives this authentic deli-bar new flavor and energy with a homestyle base. Styled after the turn-of-the-century grocery stores, DGS Delicatessen house cures and smokes their all meats and fish as well as crafts their own duck fat matzo balls.
GBD, or "Golden Brown Delicious", is really a misnomer, as their food is actually way sweeter than even Betty White and Rue McClanahan combined. That's thanks to the crew from Birch & Barley, who're frying birds & doughnuts in this skinny Dupont spot split into three sections: counter-service in the front, bar in the middle, and pin-cushion booth seating (lit by fryer baskets!) in the back.
Teddy & The Bully Bar is the second prez-themed bar from the Lincoln folks, w/ this Roughrider going all “robust masculinity”: animal heads, rifle lights, and a menu showcasing wild game.
Upscale dining with an American tavern inspiration, District Commons elevates comfort food with a fresh raw bar, hearth-fired flatbreads, and a carving board slicing local and sustainable meats. Come in for the rotating pre-fixe family meal served nightly at 10p or just sample one of the 99 beers on the wall.
There's something to please everyone at Smith Commons: a sweet, exposed-brick, vintage atmosphere and 3rd floor roof deck, delicious offerings like short rib tacos and Sous Vide Moulard Duck Breast, and a craft beer list full of drafts from nine different states.
Located in the old Red Palace, Vendetta is an Italian spot on H Street with two oyster shell/gravel bocce courts.
A massive neighborhood watering hole where lanterns light exposed brick walls and an outdoor patio, Shaw's wood-burning oven cooks up fare like roasted branzino (with clams in a warm shellfish vinaigrette), and Granny Smith-topped Vermont pizza. The cocktails are highlighted by an amped-up Bloody garnished with a house-pickled carrot, called the "Pickle Mary" -- good enough to produce a "Jesus!".
Run by the chef behind Smith Commons, Table boasts a menu of "classic European sensibilities" served in an old Mt Vernon auto body shop now jacked-up with a minimalist open kitchen, long banquettes, and two outdoor seating areas, or as they call them in Europe, "lifts".