777 Ninth St., NW
If $10 bottomless mimosas sounds like a good—if not treacherous—plan for Sunday, try Boe’s brunch. The new, cabin-chic restaurant replaces Oya, and serves American fare such as shrimp and grits or fried green tomato Benedicts. In addition to the bottomless deal, groups can order $40 punch bowls through March.
1324 H St., NE
H Street’s Peruvian restaurant debuts brunch on Saturday, with specials like papas con huancaina (eggs and potatoes in a spicy sauce) and pancakes with lemongrass-maple syrup. Certain dishes aren’t for the faint of heart, literally—grilled skewers include a “corazon” option. Boost your bravery with $20 bottomless mimosas or “incajitos,” a cocktail inspired by Inca Kola.
4053 Campbell Ave., Arlington
Shirlington’s new art-inspired restaurant serves a global variety of street eats, so you can sample crispy fish tacos, pork belly bao buns, tamales, and congee all in one meal. Cocktails run equally eclectic—we’re intrigued by the kiwi Corpse Reviver—or you can opt for $3.22 refills on all mimosas.
715 8th St., SE
The new coffee shop from the Rose’s Luxury team dishes up an enticing array of sweet and savory options for breakfast and lunch, including Mexican hot chocolate rolls, egg sandwiches, and espresso drinks made with a variety of nut milks. Note the shop is open Saturday, but closed Sundays—and like Rose’s, it’s probably best to get there early.
2121 14th St., NW
The new Southern restaurant from Busboys and Poets owner Andy Shallal offers a hearty spread for brunch, including sorghum-glazed doughnut holes, a hot catfish sandwich on Texas toast, and a skillet pancake capped off with bacon and fried chicken. Washing it all down: bourbon punch or mimosas with a variety of fresh juices.