Black Friday Brunches and Deals Around Washington

Make-your-own-mimosas, happy hours, and a leftovers buffet.

Drop by Founding Farmers pre- or post-Black Friday shopping for brunch. Photograph by Scott Suchman

Happy hour at Eno Wine Bar

2810 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

Take a break from Georgetown shopping and stop by this wine bar for 20 percent off appetizers and $5 wines on tap from 4 to 7.

Lobster grilled cheese at Luke’s Lobster

Multiple locations

The melty lobster creation is back on Friday. Drop by Luke’s in prime shopping locations—Bethesda, Georgetown, and Penn Quarter—for the $12 treat.

Brunch at Copperwood Tavern

4021 Campbell Ave., Arlington

Start the day at this Shirlington spot, which serves à-la-carte brunch and a Bloody bar.

Make-your-own mimosas at Water & Wall

3811 Fairfax Dr., Arlington

Keep the good Thanksgiving vibes going with DIY mimosas ($25), which include a bottle of bubbly and option of two juices from 10 to 2. Chef Tim Ma‘s sister restaurant, Maple Ave (147 Maple Ave. W., Vienna) also serves brunch at the same time, though guests can swap pour-your-own drinks for a six-course tasting menu for two, priced at just $38.

Leftovers popovers at BLT Steak

1625 I St., NW

One of our favorite Thanksgiving Frankenfoods literally pops up on Friday: the steakhouse’s signature pastry, stuffed with turkey, truffled potatoes, and cranberry sauce. Snag one at the bar or take it to go between 3 and 10:30 ($10 each).

Bottomless brunch at Lavagna

538 Eighth St., SE

Head to a tipsy brunch on Capitol Hill, where bottomless mimosas are just $12 alongside à-la-carte brunch items from 10 to 2:30.

Early bird brunch at Jackson 20

480 King St., Alexandria

Heading to “small is the new black” boutique sales in Alexandria? Drop in for brunch, which begins at 7.

Leftovers sandwich buffet at Juniper

2401 M St., NW

No leftovers this year? Get your fix at the Fairmont Hotel restaurant close to Georgetown, which serves a buffet brunch—including a sandwich station with turkey, stuffing, sauces, fresh breads, and more—from 11:30 to 2.

Brunch at Founding Farmers and Farmers Fishers Bakers

1924 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 12505 Park Potomac Ave., Potomac; 300 K St., NW

Georgetown shoppers can head to the waterfront for brunch at Farmers Fishers Bakers from 9 to 2, while sister restaurant Founding Farmers serves the meal at both its downtown and Potomac locations.

All-day happy hour at Range

5335 Wisconsin Ave., NW

Drop into chef Bryan Voltaggio‘s restaurant before hitting the Chevy Chase shops for all-day happy hour with $5 drafts, $8 cocktails, and half-price shellfish bowls and pizzas.

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.