1337 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Neighborhood: Logan Circle, Downtown
Cuisines: Modern, American
Open Monday through Thursday 4:30 to 1 AM, Friday 4 to 2 AM, Saturday noon to 2 AM, Sunday 12 PM to 1 AM.
Nearby Metro Stops: Mt. Vernon Square/7th St.-Convention Center, McPherson Square
Price Range: Moderate
Noise Level: Rowdy
Reservations: Not Accepted
Bread board; shrimp corn dogs; tater tots; flatbreads with figs and prosciutto, with veal-neck sausage, or BLT style; brat burger and fries; dessert tasting plate of oatmeal cream pie, “Hostess” cupcake, fudge pop, and marshmallow.
ChurchKey shareable plates $3.50 to $14, sandwiches and flatbreads $7 to $15.
Special Features: Late Night, Weekend Brunch, Good for Groups
One of our favorite things at this beer-obsessed hot spot is pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac’s breads, and her work is front and center at its excellent brunch. We wish we could indulge in pecan-studded brioche sticky buns, warm and oozing dark caramel, every weekend. A thick patty of sausage and fried egg rests in a gorgeous, soft crème fraîche biscuit. And fried chicken and Belgian waffles are a good bet if you can’t decide between sweet and savory. A short list of worthy (beer-free) cocktails includes an assertive Bloody Mary and a brightly flavored fruit punch. Low lighting and strong air conditioning make it easy on folks who have had too long a night. Sunday 11 to 3.