Mt Vernon, Chinatown
438 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC
Sadly, no one on our team went for the Miller High Life included in the $20 bottomless option, but the mimosas are quickly refilled, if a little weak.
A lunch menu is on offer for those who wish, but the star are the breakfast options, allowing you to enjoy a good Benedict with avocado at a quite reasonable price, with a hefty portion of hash browns on the side, to boot.
Our server indulged our strange request for an alcoholic beverage served in a kiddie cup (Present Company's nothing if not an all-inclusive neighborhood bar, albeit with far too long a name), and was generally willing to humor our likely-quite-annoying table.
To a long-term Washingtonian, it can't help but pale in comparison to previous occupant Sixth Engine, but at least they kept the Dalmation-with-a-fire-hat painting, ensuring the friendly vibe lives on.
Penn Quarter, Chinatown
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.
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
You probably don't usually have spaghetti carbonara for brunch, but you should make an exception here. If you're not feeling quite that frisky, the mainstays still acquit themselves well.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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