Where to Find Columbus Day Weekend Brunch Around DC

Cheers a day off with Monday mimosas.

Head to Commissary for a spicy sausage bagel sandwich. Photo courtesy of Commissary.

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Monday, October 9th is a federal holiday, so you know what that means: more brunch. Here’s where to find your Monday mimosas.


523 8th St., SE; 2901 Wilson Blvd., Arlington 

Both the Capitol Hill and Clarendon locations of this Balkan restaurant serve all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch menus ($34 to $39). Options vary, but you can expect unlimited small plates like eggs Benedict, salads, pastries, sandwiches, and more—all washed down with several flavors of fruit mimosas. 10 AM to 3:30 PM

The Pig

1320 14th St., NW

Pig out with shareable breakfast meat boards at this swine-centric restaurant, or feast on a three-course meal with your choice of mimosa or bloody Mary for $27. 10:30 AM to 3 PM


2201 14th St., NW

Restaurateur Mike Isabella’s Mediterranean flagship serves Monday brunch.  We’re always fans of the dips and spreads served with warm flatbreads, plus hearty dishes like shakshuka (baked eggs in spicy tomato sauce) and spit-roasted lamb gyros. 11 AM to 3 PM


Ambar serves all-you-can-eat-and-drink options for brunch. Photograph by Scott Suchman


1443 P St., NW

This Logan Circle spot is going bottomless for the long weekend. Guests can sip free-flowing bloody Marys, mimosas, and sangria for $15. A crowd-pleasing menu includes wallet-friendly dishes like they nosh on menu items like crispy potato pancakes or huevos rancheros. 8 AM to 4 PM

The Bird

1337 11th St., NW

Enjoy all things bird at this “beak to talon” restaurant, with dishes like buttermilk-fried chicken and waffles and fried chicken Benedict. Make sure to pop by their new sangria bar. 9 AM to 3 PM

Station 4

1101 4th St., SW

This Southwest Waterfront restaurant serves American classics like omelettes, brioche french toast, and corned beef hash. Patrons can opt for an entree with bottomless brunch drinks for $35, or order a la carte. 11 AM to 3 PM

Logan Tavern

1423 P St., NW

Keep it simple at this American spot, which serves classic egg dishes, salads, and burgers. Caffeine addicts can opt for bottomless Fair Trade coffee for $3, or a variety of daytime cocktails and mocktails. 10:30 AM to 4 PM

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