Nothing says "how do you like me now" better than a selfie in front of a towering grand plateau of chilled raw bar staples. Brunch traditionalists will also be happy with dishes like brioche French toast, crab eggs Benedict, a melty croque madame, and biscuits & gravy. The dish we dig the most, however, is called "Eggs in Purgatory." This Spanish plate includes a gigande beans ragout, smoked paprika, ricotta, baked eggs, and grilled bread. Sip Bellinis, something from the Champagne bar, or La Colombe coffee. Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm.
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Laura Hayes is a DC-based food, drink, and travel writer who also contributes to Washington City Paper, Arlington Magazine, Food Network, and others. Follow her on Twitter @BTMenu.