Penn Quarter, Chinatown
717 6th St NW, Washington, DC
The bottomless deal's spruced up with bellinis and the always-dangerous rosé, and we'll never complain about the control over champagne levels that leaving mimosa construction to us provides.
At $45 for bottomless drinks and an entree, one of them's overpriced, and given that our whole table actually finished our meals, we're going with the food.
Even with an unusual 11:30 reservation time, we faced no pressure to leave for nearly three hours; sometimes being the only table brunching pays off.
The bottomless deal's unfortunately not available on the rooftop, leaving patrons to the awkwardly long, narrow third floor. With a bevy of TVs and memorabilia, it's a more natural sports bar than brunch spot.
Our most expensive "entree" was a $6.49 power bowl that's frankly not that much worse than the dreck Chipotle's charging double for these days
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
We received small dishes of olive oil right away at 12:01, but the accompanying baskets of bread only several requests later at 12:45, which was really quite a while considering how pedestrian the mini-loaf was.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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