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The 5 Best Places for Brunch in D.C.

Tabard Inn (downtown)

This place feels like home. Once you walk in you’ll never believe you’re in the middle of the city. It is warm, cozy, and the food is great. The service is fast and courteous – but this place gets packed! Call ahead before you go.

Tunnicliffs (capitol hill)

This hill haunt is PERFECT for a weekend brunch. Their house Bloody Mary can help you take back Sunday and their omelets can’t be beat. You’re bound to see tons of hill staffers and other locals – tourists haven’t discovered this place yet. Also, limit yourself to two Mimosas, otherwise you’ll walk out and buy some crazy piece of art or a table shaped like a fish from Eastern Market. It has happened before.

Crème (U Street)

Bottomless Mimosas, good southern brunch food and the meal is about $20. Never too crowded and this is a great place to take a big group. There are plenty of bars in the neighborhood for day-drinking afterwards.

Martin’s Tavern (g-town)

Martin’s Tavern is a Georgetown tradition like no other. The place is always packed, but you can usually find a seat at the bar. This is a fun place to take an out of town guest who wants that Washington experience.

Merkado (logan circle)

This place rocks, but be prepared to take back Sunday. Lots of energy, lots of light – cool, hip and GREAT food. The staff are always lively and in a good mood and the hours can slip away here. Get out there and enjoy yourself.