Where to Find Brunch on Indigenous People’s Day at DC-Area Restaurants

Plan your Monday mimosas.

Tico offers unlimited food and drink deals for brunch. Photo courtesy of Tico.

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If you’re lucky enough to get the day off, the long weekend means another morning for brunch favorites. These are the spots serving up pancakes, omelettes, and mimosas for dine-in or to-go on Monday, October 12th.

1250 9th St., NW; 79 Potomac Ave., SE 
Monday morning calls for comforting carbs like pizza, garlic knots, and foccacia for brunch. Sip mimosas by the waterfront at the Navy Yard location. (The Shaw location is not offering brunch on Monday). Delivery, pick-up, and outdoor seating available at Capitol Riverfront.  

Alta Strada
465 K St., NW
The DC location of Michael Schlow’s Italian restaurant offers free-flowing mimosas, bloody marys, and bellinis for $29. Pair with hearty breakfast plates for brunch al fresco, including harissa-spiked shakshuka and a bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich. Delivery, pick-up, and outdoor seating.

Belga Café 
514 8th St., SE 
The Belgian cafe serves waffles topped with savory fried chicken or sweet peaches. Warm up on the Barracks Row patio with boozy caffeinated drinks like Irish coffee and Patron lattes. Delivery, pick-up, and outdoor seating, and indoor seating. 

3251 Prospect St., NW 
Get your frites-fix at the French restaurant in Georgetown, where fries are paired with mussels and cheffy burgers. The menu also includes egg dishes, salads, and mimosas with seasonal juices. Delivery, pick-up, outdoor seating, and indoor seating. 
Avocado toast with frisee at Georgetown's Brasserie Liberté. Photo courtesy of Brasserie Liberté.
Avocado toast with frisee at Georgetown’s Brasserie Liberté. Photo courtesy of Brasserie Liberté.

Hank’s Oyster Bar 
1624 Q St., NW; 1026 King St., NW; 701 Wharf St., SW
Jamie Leeds’ New England-style seafood shop is turning out nautical plates like a crab cake Benedict and smoked salmon Reubens. If you’re dining at the oyster house, seafood plateaus are stacked high with oysters on the half shell and Maine lobster. Delivery, pick-up, outdoor seating, and indoor seating. 

Daniella Byck
Lifestyle Editor

Daniella Byck joined Washingtonian in 2022. She was previously with Outside Magazine and lives in Northeast DC.