660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC
Sangria's not only on offer, but served as wine over a giant, fruit-infused ice cube, which is a fun change from mimosas in a champagne flute. But don't worry, they have that, too.
Sub-$20 entrees abound, even as the menu offers brunch options as eclectic as duck and crab.
Our server didn't hide her disapproval when a compatriot announced they were cutting Lent short to join in on the bottomless, which sure is a judgy way to react to a tab increasing by $20.
The emptiness of the restaurant is only enhanced by the pristine white tableclothes undisturbed on every table but ours.
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
The perfect weather might be inflating our rating of their patio, but even if you're stuck inside, the fish-lined walls are a nice touch.
The classic OJ is light enough on the champagne to be part of a complete breakfast
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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