Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review
Via Sophia Review



A $15 bottomless mimosa charge will always win over our hearts (we are nothing if not on brand), but bringing over elegant individual carafes is a guaranteed swoon. Via Sophia keeps it simple with one flavor, but if you're also addicted to caffeine the rich coffee refills are also a delight.



There's one answer here, and that's to get the Three Course Prix Fixe. A true pro will maximize their experience with a delicious appetizer (no wrong answer), giant pizza (two tasty meals) and budino for dessert (skip the tiramisu — blasphemous and sad, but honest). The brunch classics were considerably underwhelming, so substituting the pizza with an eggs benedict might leave you with the wrong impression of Via Sophia.



We can be a handful, we know, so we appreciate when a server can match our (self-proclaimed) style and sass. Ours was quick and honest with the recommendations, and the restaurant staff was kind enough to accommodate an indoor-to-outdoor large table switch to the patio on a gorgeous DC day.



Via Sophia keeps to a classy Italian atmosphere inside and out, lucking into an elevated K Street patio for prime people watching, or a hotel-style fine dining interior.

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