6 Extended Summer Restaurant Week Brunches to Try Around DC

You have until Sunday to enjoy these $22 deals.

TTT in Silver Spring. Photography by Jeff Elkins

About Brunch Around DC

All our brunch suggestions in one handy location.

Several of the restaurants participating in DC Summer Restaurant Week have graciously extended their offers through August 25. If you’re looking for somewhere to brunch, check out these places offering $22 three-course deals.

Alta Strada Mosaic
2911 District Ave., Fairfax
Brunch at this Virginia Italian restaurant includes tasty options like an everything-spiced pizza, shrimp and grits, or a smoked salmon Benedict. If you’ve got room for dessert, finish the meal with their signature “Mascarporeos”.

Brothers and Sisters
1770 Euclid St., NW
Chef Erik Bruner-Yang’s lobby restaurant in the Line DC hotel offers a weekend lunch course of tomato gazpacho followed by the choice of tempura Chesapeake blue catfish or stir-fried knife cut noodles. The meal includes the option of a slice of toasted coconut cake or cookies.

2505 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Escape to Italy for the weekend with brunch at Casolare in Glover Park, where the Restaurant Week menu includes risotto croquettes, spaghetti carbonara tossed with bacon and eggs, and a panna cotta with blueberry compote.

1205 11th St., NW
DC’s only dedicated Georgian restaurant serves a seasonal brunch with options like chilled yogurt and cucumber soup or omelets stuffed with sulguni cheese and pork sausage.

The Riggsby
1731 New Hampshire Ave., NW
This upscale American supper club has a Restaurant Week brunch menu featuring avocado toast, tomato and egg shakshuka, and blueberry cobbler with vanilla ice cream.

2900 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
Tacos for breakfast, anyone? All day long, the Clarendon restaurant offers a starter, three tacos, and ice cream for the standard lunch price. We suggest pairing it brunch-style with a “mimada” mimosa made with fresh lime juice and house-made hibiscus syrup.

Kalina Newman
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Kalina Newman is an editorial fellow for Washingtonian. Previously, she covered metro news for the Boston Globe. Her work has appeared in ARLnow, DCist, and the Washington City Paper. Kalina graduated from Boston University in 2019 with a degree in journalism.