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El Chucho Starts Serving Brunch This Weekend (Menu)
The Columbia Heights restaurant entices daytime diners with huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, and $4 micheladas. By Jessica Voelker
El Chucho: Now with brunch. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Comments () | Published September 13, 2012

El Chucho Cocina SuperiorJackie Greenbaums Columbia Heights Mexican restaurant—will begin brunch service this weekend, per a post on its Facebook page.

Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 to 2:30, diners at the sister restaurant to Jackie’s and Sidebar can now pick from a menu of dishes such as breakfast burritos, green eggs and ham, chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, and torta French toast. Wash those down with fresh-squeezed orange juice. (Remember that crazy juicer behind the bar?) There are also enticements of the alcoholic variety, including mimosas, Bloody Marys, micheladas, and margaritas—all of which cost $4 during brunch. Get there while you can still soak up some sun on El Chucho’s cozy rooftop patio.

See also:
Best Weekend News Ever: Mintwood Place Has Brunch (Menu)
Green Pig Bistro Now Serving Brunch (Menu)
10 Things to Expect at El Chucho, a New Columbia Heights Taqueria From Jackie Greenbaum (Pictures and Menu)
El Chucho Cocina Superior: Mex It Up (Review)

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