At Palette 22, you will find a bottomless brunch where you can order anything on the menu for as many times as you want.
The chefs put a twist on American brunch classics like pound-cake French toast, a chicken and waffle sandwich, and breakfast tots.
Located in D.C.’s Dupont Circle, this tavern bar turns into a tasty brunch and day party on the weekends.
Ted’s Bulletin's vintage decor is that it’s like traveling back in a time capsule. There’s also plenty to choose from on the menu.
The restaurant was founded by a group of farmers who believe in using the freshest ingredients from the farm to your table.
From hangover pizza, to brandy-spiked french toast, RedRocks has both sweet and savory options for brunch-goers looking to try unique cuisine.
Another D.C. staple is Busboy and Poets: a restaurant, bar, bookstore, and cultural hub that truly embodies the Chocolate City.