New restaurant, fresh menus, and plenty of bottomless options for your springtime brunching.
1819 Seventh St., NW
Restaurateur Ferhat Yalçın’s new Shaw seafood spot begins brunch this weekend, which serves a mix of American dishes and those from his native Turkey. The meal begins with complimentary beignets, followed by a la carte options such as a salmon Benedict or riff on shrimp and grits with spicy sucuk sausage. Dishes are all priced under $20, and there’s a bottomless mimosa option for $15. Sunday, 11 to 4.
1250 Ninth St., NW
Tacos, chilaquiles, and jalapeño biscuits-and-eggs are all part of this new Oaxacan eatery’s brunch, which starts this weekend in Shaw. Don’t miss the excellent drinks here, whether you go for refreshing—chilled watermelon juice—or boozy, like a Mezcal bloody Maria. Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 to 2:30.
3287 M St., NW
Dine to the tune of live piano at this musical bar/restaurant, which serves its first round of mimosas, biscuits n’ gravy, and stuffed-challah French toast this weekend. Guests can opt for individual dishes, or indulge in bottomless brunch drinks and a choice of entree for $25. Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5.
800 N Glebe Rd., Arlington
Hearty appetites should head to the Ballston branch of chef Robert Wiedmaier’s Belgian-American joint, which recently debuted an all-you-can-eat buffet. The spread includes a carving station with items like soy-glazed salmon or smoked brisket, an egg station, breakfast pastries, morning meats, and more ($32 per person). A la carte lunch items are also offered. Saturday and Sunday, 11 to 3.
1350 Eye St., NW
Can’t decide between a bloody or bubbly? You don’t have to at this downtown American brasserie, which now offers an all-you-can-drink Champagne and bloody Mary bar ($18 per person). Don’t forget to pad the stomach with crab cake Benedict or waffles. Saturday and Sunday, 11 to 3.
5335 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Chef Bryan Voltaggio released a new brunch lineup for his Chevy Chase DC eatery: a two-course meal with an entree and dessert, plus a variety of bottomless brunch cocktails such as bellinis, crushes, and mimosas ($38 per person). Diners can also opt for the a la carte menu. Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 to 3.
2118 14th St., NW
This 14th Street market draws from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and just opened a deli counter with Bullfrog Bagel breakfast sandwiches—try an egg n’ cheese with a Stoltzfus sausage patty—Compass Coffee, and a few healthy bites like yoghurt parfaits. You’ll have to take food to-go, but there’s a beer/wine section and juices for a full brunch in bed. Open at 8 am on weekdays and Saturday, and 9 am Sunday.
715 Florida Ave., NW
You’ll have mimosas with a view from the rooftop of this new Shaw beer garden and restaurant, which plans to officially launch brunch on May 7.* Chef Damian Brown riffs on American classics like apple pie French toast, and chicken with sweet potato waffles. Saturday and Sunday, 11 to 3.
*This post has been updated from an earlier version.