New This Week: Del Campo Launches Brunch, Fishnet and Bread Furst Open

Fresh options for dining and drinking.

Snag a free pair of shades when you order a "kids’ meal" at Vinoteca, handy when playing bocce in the sun. Photograph via Facebook.

Del Campo launches brunch

777 I St., NW

Chef Victor Albisu’s Latin American spot launches brunch on Mother’s Day for the first time in its yearlong existence, and will continue on Sunday going forward (11 to 3). Look for a menu with dishes such as chorizo-egg hash and cast-iron pancakes. Lunch-goers will also find a new street-food-style deal on the patio and in the bar: any sandwich and a glass of wine or beer for $12 (Monday through Friday 11:30 to 2:30).


Rose’s Luxury opens its rooftop for reservations 

717 Eighth St., SE

The good news: Chef Aaron Silverman just opened Rose’s roof garden for all-you-can-eat feasts. The bad news: The private table—which gives your eight- to ten-person party sole access to the space all evening—is booked through May. Try again soon; reservations are accepted online three weeks in advance, with a fee of $125 per person.


Fishnet debuts in Shaw 

1819 Seventh St., NW

Those looking for a fried hake sandwich or some fish tacos and a cold beer are in luck. Fishnet owner Ferhat Yalcin just debuted a sister restaurant to his popular College Park seafood shack in Shaw. Current hours are dinner only, but look for lunch and brunch next week.


Bread Furst opens for business

4434 Connecticut Ave., NW

Longtime Washington baker Mark Furstenberg debuts a bakery that sells more than just breads (though you’ll find plenty of those). Stop in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and look for our full preview on Friday.


Pizza Parts & Service starts delivery

1320 H St., NE

Lazy folks craving pies from Taylor Gourmet’s new pizza spot are in the luck: The H Street shop starts delivery Thursday. The zone includes the surrounding neighborhood, as well as parts of NoMa and Capitol Hill.


Vinoteca begins serving “adult kids’ meals” 

1940 11th St., NW

Yes, even a toy is included in the neighborhood bar’s new “kids meal,” served on Thursdays. Guests order combos that pair either a house-made hot dog and a glass of bubbly or a burger and a draft beer. Included: a set of Vinoteca-branded shades, handy for playing bocce on the plaza patio. The deal is $11, and offered every Thursday from 5 to close.


Granville Moore’s releases a spring menu 

1238 H St., NE

Those looking for new eats at this H Street neighborhood pub will find a lineup of fresh spring dishes. Think mussels with pickled cherry peppers and pancetta, brunch-time fried chicken on an English muffin, and more. 

Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.