From Bottomless Brunch to Unlimited Piqueos, Options for Weekend Dining in Washington Are Plentiful

The nation’s capital offers a variety of weekend brunch options, with great value and unlimited servings of signature dishes, along with limitless libations at many great restaurants. First up is Agora with its “Bottomless Brunch.” Situated in the heart of Dupont Circle at 1527 17th Street, NW, 20036, Agora showcases authentic Turkish and Greek cuisine. The endless brunch menu is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM (last seating is at 2:30 PM), and is complemented by a bottomless supply of featured cocktails such as Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Champagne, as well as House Vodka, Gin, Rum and Tequila. Guests are invited to order multiple servings for up to two hours of any of the featured Mediterranean-inspired dishes for an all-inclusive price of $32.99 per person (excluding tax and gratuity) and Bottomless Brunch must be ordered for the entire table. The menu features a selection of Salads & Spreads, Cheese & Cure, Cold Mezze, Egg Dishes, Flatbreads as well as Sandwiches, Sweets & Soup dishes. The pre-fixed brunch menu includes Htipiti, roasted peppers, feta, thyme and olive oil; Beet and Orange Salad with red beets, oranges, fresh thyme, onion and orange blossom vinaigrette; French Toast, Challah bread dipped with egg-batter dusted with powdered sugar and served with maple syrup; İmam Bayıldı, baby eggplant stuffed with onions, tomatoes, pine nuts and garlic, as well as Cilbir, two farm fresh poached eggs topped with yogurt, sumac, oregano and spicy oil. Brunch offerings can also be ordered a la carte for a light bite for those with smaller appetites, and prices range from $4.50 to $9.50 for featured dishes. For more information or reservations, please call (202) 332-6767 or visit their website at www.agoradc.net.

Arcuri, Glover Park’s neighborhood restaurant serving up American-Italian fare at 2400 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, 20007, has Italian brunch every Saturday and Sunday, from 11 AM to 3 PM. Guests can enjoy classic specials along with a selection of antipasti and pizzas. Menu highlights include Eggs In Purgatorio, sunny side eggs with tomato, soppressata and polenta fresca; Lemon Pancakes with blueberries; Soft Scramble with prosciutto and ricotta toast; Meatball Hero with pancetta and ricotta; Arcuri Insalata with honey crisp apple, pecans, dried cherries and sherry, and the Broccoli Rabe Pizza with tomato, garlic, fennel sausage and chili oil. Menu prices range from $6 to $18.50. For the perfect pairing, Arcuri offers a new house-made “cello” every week, a nod to their exceptional Limoncello, an Italian lemon liqueur, crafted by infusing grain alcohol with lemon peels and sugar. The process of creating this beverage lends itself to creativity and experimentation, as the ratio of ingredients and the length of infusion can be manipulated. In an effort to create the perfect cello, the team at Arcuri is experimenting with a variety of fruits, spices, and sugars. The result is a variety of seasonal flavors that will please the palate with a different crisp citrus flavor, followed by sweetness and a strong bite in every finish. Diners can delight in these new seasonal cello flavors daily, with new flavors being introduced each Wednesday from March 4 to April 29. The cello schedule begins with Currant on March 4; Artichoke and Lemon on March 11; Kiwi and Strawberry on March 18; Rhubarb and Lemon on March 25; Raspberry and Lemon on April 8; Chocolate and Orange on April 13; Mango on April 22; Passion Fruit on April 29. For additional information and reservations please call (202) 827-8745, or visit www.arcuridc.com.

At Cuba Libre, located at 801 9th Street, NW, 20001, guests are invited to indulge in “Unlimited Tapas.” Brunch-goers can dine on a variety of flavorful small plates on Saturday and Sunday as the unlimited menu is available from 11:30 AM to 3 PM, with seating available until 1:30 PM. There is also an a la carte brunch, which is served until 3 PM. Guests can order all they can eat at Cuba Libre, excluding carry home leftovers, and the unlimited brunch must be ordered for the whole table. The menu features new brunch dishes like the Chorizo & Potato Omelet, fluffy two-egg omelet with chorizo sausage, roasted potatoes, sour cream, Monterey jack cheese, watercress and tomato salad; One-Eyed Ropa Vieja Hash, classic Cuban shredded beef brisket stewed with tomatoes, bell peppers, and red wine on a hash of Yukon gold potatoes, boniato, maduros and corn, topped with a fried egg; Panqueques, corn meal pancakes and crispy bacon, and topped with dark rum-molasses syrup and mango butter; Crab Cake Benedict Croquette with jumbo lump crabmeat and potato cake, poached egg, avocado mash and tomato hollandaise sauce, as well as Ceviche Mixto, a duo of our chef's favorite ceviches, Cuban-style shrimp cocktail with Latino cóctel sauce and avocado salsa and the yellow fin tuna with jalapeño-coconut-ginger sauce and red onion escabéche. Guests will try every dish on the menu for a feast among friends as Unlimited Tapas is priced at $28 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), while the a la carte menu items are priced from $5.50 to $15. Bottomless morning cocktails such as Cuban Mary (Bloody Mary); Classic Mimosa; Mimosa Rojo with Cava, fresh watermelon juice, and a splash of guarapo; Lychee Mimosa with lychee liqueur, Cava, a splash of Guanabana aqua fresca and a splash of guarapo, as well as Red and White Sangria, and Agua Fresca can only be added to those taking part in the unlimited brunch menu, and are available for an additional $16 per person. For more information or reservations, please call (202) 408-1600 or visit hhttp://cubalibrerestaurant.com/en/washington/.

For an elegant Sunday brunch,look no further than The Bombay Club, located at 815 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 20006, just steps away from the White House. The Bombay Club provides the perfect setting with live piano music as guests dine on a delicious buffet spread of regional Indian cuisine. For $22 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), brunch includes seven rotating Indian dishes offered as main courses, and guests are encouraged to complete their dining experience with a traditional Indian dessert and fresh seasonal fruit. A Champagne brunch is also offered for $32 a person, including unlimited pours throughout the meal. Brunch is available Sunday from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM. For additional information or to make reservations please call (202) 659-3727 or visit www.bombayclubdc.com.

On to Cleveland Park, where Ardeo+Bardeo, located at 3311 Connecticut Ave, NW, 20008, is offering its weekend brunch featuring the best of modern American cuisine. This neighborhood gem serves brunch Saturday and Sunday, from 11 AM to 3 PM, and features a special two-course brunch with bottomless Champagne or mimosas for $28, excluding tax and gratuity. All menu items may also be purchased a la carte, with prices ranging from $6 to $19. The menu includes appetizers such as Deviled Eggs with Harissa mousse, Serrano ham and espelette; Cauliflower and Leek Soup with chickpea relish and crispy romanesco, as well as Granola Yogurt Parfait with berries, kumquats and quinoa granola. Entrée choices include Nutella French Toast with roasted banana and vanilla bean ice cream; Breakfast Pizza with Andouille sausage, peppers and salsa verde; Duck & Waffles, crispy duck leg and maple syrup; Pork & Grits, braised pork cheeks, grits, fried eggs and bacon jam jus, as well as Vegetable Omelet with kale, oyster mushrooms, caramelized onions and pecorino. A selection of savory snacks is also available. For additional information or reservations please call (202) 244-6750 or go to www.ardeorestaurant.com.

Located just steps from the Verizon Center at 800 F Street, NW, 20004, nopa Kitchen + Bar offers Sunday brunch service from 11 AM until 3 PM. Guests have the option of dining a la carte with dishes ranging in price range from $7 to $24, or they can order the Champagne brunch, which includes any two courses from the featured menu plus bottomless sparkling wine or mimosas for $32, excluding tax and gratuity. Brunch menu includes appetizers such as Winterbor Salad with feta cheese, dried cranberries, crispy chickpeas and a Champagne vinaigrette; Granola Parfaitwith Greek yogurt and fresh berries, and the Bluefish Pate with black rooster rye. Entrée standouts include the Frittata Rancheros with chorizo, queso fresco, Fresno chile and avocado mousse; Buttermilk Biscuits & Half Smoke Gravy with breakfast potatoes and sunny eggs; French Toast with apple compote, granola and bourbon whip, and the Fried Codfish Sandwich with remoulade and radish-watercress slaw. For reservations or additional information, please visit www.nopadc.com or call (202) 347-4667.

Daikaya, the popular 90-seat izakaya located at 705 6th Street NW, 20001, offers a unique brunch experience with bountiful small plate options highlighting classics with a Japanese twist. Brunch is available Sundays from 11 AM to 3 PM. Standouts on the menu include "Chicken and Waffles" chicken karaage and red bean taiyaki with wasabi butter and maple syrup; "Lox and Onigiri" smoked salmon, salmon sashimi, ikura, pickled ginger and cream cheese, served with an everything bagel seasoned onigiri; Steel Cut Oatmeal with calpico-yogurt and fresh seasonal fruit,as well as Poached Egg and Chesapeake Korokkewith warm brown butter mayo and tonkatsu sauce, served on an English muffin. Menu items are priced at $7 to $12 each. In addition, a variety of unique brunch cocktails are available. Highlights include the Daikaya Bloody Mary with nori-infused vodka; Rhubarb Chu-hai with Iichiko shochu and Uncle Dad’s rhubarb soda; Sesame Street with Beni Otome sesame shochu, ginger beer, yuzu, and Angostura bitters; Tokyo Mule with mizu shochu, house ginger beer and lime; Rickey Nixon with Beefeater gin, house alphine tonic and lime, and the Eldrick “Tiger” Woods with Ginza No Suzume, ginger iced tea and yuzu. Cocktails are priced from $8 to $12 each. For more information please visit www.daikaya.com or Facebook.com/Daikaya and the telephone number is (202) 589-1600.

Blue Duck Tavern, located on the corner of 24th and M Streets, NW, 20037, serves up an a la carte brunch experience showcasing the best of each season and region. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, from 11 AM to 2:30 PM, with fresh produce, farm-raised meats and freshly caught seafood comprising the “raised in America” offering. Guests create their own brunch menu with a myriad of choices including Orange Beignets with apricot brandy pastry cream; Shrimp & Grits with spinach, bacon jam and shellfish gravy; Belgian Waffle with Nutella, banana and peanut-bacon crumble; Chicken-Fried Sweetbreads with sweet pepper relish, waffle and chicken gravy; Open-Faced Breakfast Sandwich with pork sausage, pear and bacon griddlecake, cheddar, sunny side up egg and vanilla glaze, as well as the Wagyu Beef Steak and Egg with charred onion vinaigrette. Prices range from $8 to $32. For the perfect pairing, a variety of brunch cocktails are also available including the Sorbet Mimosa, daily sorbet selection and Prosecco; Chesapeake Caesar with Clamato juice and Old Bay,and the Sweet Tea, Earl Grey infused vodka, lemon and Club Soda. Cocktails are priced at $12 each. For additional information visit www.blueducktavern.com and for reservations please call (202) 419-6755.

Et Voila!, the classic Belgian French bistro located in the heart of the Palisades neighborhood at 5120 MacArthur Blvd, NW, 20016, recently introduced a new a la carte menu plus five bottomless cocktails for brunch. Guests can look forward to classics such as the Mussels Burger, an entire “burger” made of mussels served with sweet potato fries and an aioli sauce and the Steak and Eggs with bordelaise sauce, mixed greens andBelgian frites; Spicy Lamb Sausage served with Belgian frites and mixed greens; Grilled Trout with green beans, corn and shitake mushrooms, served with a white wine sauce, and the Buckwheat Crépes (choice of salmon or ham) served with spinach, gruyere cheese, tomato and fried egg. For dessert, one can enjoy the Brussels Waffle topped with fruits or chocolate and whipped cream. Patrons may also want to indulge in bottomless cocktails such as the Et Voila! Mimosa with Champagne, Chambord and orange juice; Bloody Lobster, a titillating blend of vodka, tomato juice and lobster bisque; Raspberry Delight, a fruity mixture of fresh lime, raspberry puree, vodka and Champagne, as well as the B&P, Blanche De Bruxelle beer and peach puree. Brunch is served from 11 AM until 2:30 PM and menu prices range is from $8 to $24.95. Featured bottomless cocktails are available for $9. For additional information and reservations please call (202) 237-2300 or visit www.etvoiladc.com.

City Tap House DC, the craft beer centric restaurant located 901 9th Street, NW, 20001, offers American pub fare during weekend brunch. A la carte brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM, with standout dishes including Ham & Cheese, shaved Benton’s ham, spicy pimento cheese, pickled green tomato and crostini; Strawberry-Almond French Toast with vanilla mascarpone and Marcona almonds; Biscuits & Gravy, country sausage gravy, buttermilk biscuits, Cabot cheddar and fried eggs; House-smoked Salmon Hash, shaved fennel, fingerling potatoes, poached eggs and hollandaise; Honey Goat Cheese Pizza with sliced red onion, pistachio, rosemary and truffled honey, as well as The Big Chick, buttermilk biscuit, fried chicken, Benton’s bacon, sausage gravy and a fried egg. Prices range from $5 to $26. For the perfect pairing, City Tap House features a bottomless brunch bar, which includes endless Bloody Marys, Mimosas and Beer-Mosas for $18 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). For reservations or additional information, please call (202) 733-5333 or visit www.citytaphousedc.com.

Lupo Verde, located in the bustling 14th Street corridor at 1401 T Street, NW, 20009, offers Saturday and Sunday brunch service from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM. The a la carte menu showcases authentic, rustic, Italian fare featuring a variety of antipasti, breakfast pizzas, house-made pastas, egg dishes, and crepes. Menu highlights include the popular Carpaccio di Agrumi, grapefruit and orange carpaccio with cinnamon and sugar; Scialatielli al Nero, squid ink scialatielli, crabmeat & clams, bottarga, cherry tomatoes and lemon zest; Uova in Camicia, poached eggs in San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh basil, shallots and grilled bread; Frittata di Cipolle & Funghi, eggs, potatoes, shallots, mushrooms and pecorino cheese; Panfocaccia Pizza, cream cheese, rucola, and salmon, as well as Romana, scamorza, porchetta, radicchio, burrata, wine and thyme reduction. Brunch offerings are priced from $6 to $22 each. For the perfect pairing, guests can enjoy a rotating list of breakfast cocktails such as The Principessa, blood peach puree, grapefruit bitters, and Prosecco; Sofia, Don Ciccio & Figli hibiscus liqueur, Prosecco and hibiscus flower; Spritz, aperol, soda, and Prosecco; Il Professore with DCF Concerto (coffee liqueur), Catoctin Creek Distilling Company Mosby’s spirit and coconut milk,as well as the Black Pearl, made from a combination ofsquid ink infused tequila, mandarin liqueur, pomegranate and lemon juice. Brunch cocktails are priced at $12 each. For more information or reservations, please call the restaurant directly at (202) 827-4726 or visit http://www.lupoverdedc.com/.

El Centro D.F., with two locations in the district, serves up all-you-can-eat authentic Mexican brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Brunch is offered from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Georgetown and 14th Street locations. Priced at $35 per person (tax and gratuity not included), guests can enjoy an endless selection from the entire brunch menu, with options such as Jalapeño Beef & Chorizo Slider with Chihuahua cheese, avocado, pickled jalapeno and aji Amarillo aioli; Buttermilk Pancakes with fresh berries, queso requeson and orange tequila marmalade; Bacon, Egg and Cheese Tacos served with Chihuahua cheese and scallions; Fried Egg Divorciados smothered in red and green salsa with chorizo and black beans, as well as the Breakfast Enchilada with scrambled eggs, morita bean sauce and chorizo. Bottomless brunch drinks, such as the Mimosa, Michelada, Bloody Maria, El Centro Margarita and choice of seasonal Aqua Fresca cocktails, complement the unlimited brunch offering. The all-you-can-eat brunch menu must be ordered for the entire table. El Centro D.F. is located at 1819 14th Street, NW, 20009. For reservations please call (202) 328-3131. El Centro Georgetown is located at 1218 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, 20007. For reservations at the Georgetown location, please call (202) 333-4100. For further information, please visit the websites at http://www.richardsandoval.com/elcentrodf and http://www.richardsandoval.com/elcentrogtown.

Located in the lively 14th Street neighborhood at 1825 14th Street, NW, 20009, Masa 14 serves colorful Latin-Asian cuisine to brunch-goers on both Saturday and Sunday. A prix fixe brunch is available in the main dining room from 10 AM to 3 PM for $39 (tax and gratuity excluded, with the last seating at 2 PM). It includes an unlimited selection of brunch drinks full of seasonal flavor such as the Traditional Mimosa, Masa Mimosa, Lychee Bellini, Bloody Mary, Bacon Bloody Mary and Lemon Lager. The menu features a selection of Salads, Eggs and Such, Sandwiches, Sweets and Sides, including Pork Belly Benedict with spicy curry potato cake and chipotle hollandaise; Chilaquiles, corn tortillas, chorizo, queso cotija and soft scrambled eggs; Smoked Chicken Hash with caramelized onions, chilies, chipotle hollandaise, yucca and poached egg; Fruit & House-made Granola with citrus yogurt and blood orange syrup, as well as the Crispy Smoked Brisket Bun with hoisin BBQ, pickled onion, toasted sesame and cilantro. This special brunch offer must be ordered for the entire table. Brunch can also be ordered a la carte for a light bite and prices range from $4 to $13 per dish. For more information or reservations, please call (202) 328-1414 or visit www.richardsandoval.com/masa14.

Situated next to the Gallery Place/Chinatown metro, Zengo, located at 781 7th Street, NW, 20001, offers Bottomless Brunch on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 3 PM. Priced at $39 per person and $10 per child under 10 (tax and gratuity excluded), guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat selection of ceviche, sushi, and salads, dim sum and antojitos, and brunch plates along with seven distinctive brunch cocktails. Bottomless Brunch must be ordered by the entire table and the menu is offered exclusively for the prix-fixe service. The unlimited brunch menu includes tempting small plates such as Shrimp Ceviche with coconut, charred pineapple, red onion, basil and bonito flake; Thai Chicken Empanadas with chile poblano, oazaca cheese and mango salsa; Achiote-Hoisin Pork Arepas, corn masa, avocado and crema fresca. Additional brunch plates include Harris Ranch Beef Barbacoa Hash with poached egg, potato, rajas, and caramelized onion; Bacon & Scrambled Egg Steamed Buns with salsa verde, Oaxaca cheese and house-cured bacon,as well as Hanoi Pandan Waffles with strawberry-guava sauce and whipped cream. Zengo’s brunch menu is complemented by bottomless featured cocktails such as the Bloody Mary, Bloody Maria, and Sake Sangria, as well as four types of mimosas: Mimosa Traditional, Passion Fruit Mimosa, Guava Mimosaand the Pomegranate Mimosa. Additionally, signature cocktails are available from the full menu for an addition $5 per cocktail. For reservations or additional information please call (202) 393-2929 or visit www.richardsandoval.com/zengodc.

On Capitol Hill, Ambar, the nation’s capital’s first Balkan restaurant, located at

523 8th Street, SE, 20003, offers a fixed price brunch of unlimited small plates and free-flowing cocktails Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 3:30 PM. Priced at $35 per person, excluding tax and gratuity, guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat selection of mezze, soups, salads, sandwiches, egg dishes, pastry & crepes and sweets along with three distinctive brunch cocktails. Bottomless Brunch must be ordered by the entire table. One might wish to start with some of Ambar’s most popular dishes including Balkan Salad, tomato, peppers, cucumber, onions and aged cheese; Egg BLT, and the Almond & Walnut Crusted Fried Chicken Sandwich with spring mix and apple-wasabi slaw. Those looking for breakfast fare options will want to consider the Eggs Benedict served on an English muffin with ajvar, prosciutto and Kajmak sauce; the Salmon Omelet or Prosciutto Omelet; Poached Pear Waffle with house-made caramel sauce, or the Steak & Eggs, sirloin served with homemade fried potatoes and chimichurri sauce, and the Balkan Scrambled Egg with red & yellow peppers, onion, aged cow cheese served with homemade potatoes. Ambar also serves Ham & Cheese or Roasted Mushroom Crepes, plus two types of savory pie, Cheese, with cucumber yogurt and ajvar emulsion,and Meat made with ground pork & beef and marinated pepper. Ambar’s brunch menu is complemented by a bottomless supply of featured cocktails such as the Traditional Mimosa; Bloody Maryand the Ambar Mimosa with Champagne and peach puree. Ambar is also home to Washington’s first Rakia Bar with over 30 varieties of Rakia, a popular Balkan alcoholic beverage produced by the distillation of fermented fruit. For additional information please call (202) 813-3039 and visit http://www.richardsandoval.com/ambar.

Toro Toro, located at 1300 I Street, NW, 20005, offers Saturday and Sunday weekend brunch service from 11 AM to 3 PM. Brunch is priced at $39 per person (tax and gratuity it not included), and begins with a choice of Pan-Latin small plates that showcase South and Central American cuisine, including seasonal salads, meats, a raw bar, and assorted breads and cheeses, presented on the lavish buffet. Next up, diners can enjoy Toro Toro’s “Rodizio Experience,” with choices that include Picanha Steak, Chorizo Sausage, Achiote Chickenor Chef’s Daily Selection. Diners can also order from chef’s daily creation of hot sides. Standouts include Papas Bravas; Tortilla Espanola; Chorizo & Potato Hash; Chipotle-Agave Bacon; Mexican-Chocolate Waffles with Nutella and bananas, as well as Chilaquiles Verdes. Toro Toro’s brunch menu is complemented by a Bloody Mary Bar, where guests can create their own cocktail by selecting from a list of premium spirits, house-made mixers, and large collection of hot sauces and garnishes. Also available are a bottomless supply of featured cocktails such as the Traditional Mimosa; Toro Mimosa with Champagne and fresh passion fruit puree; Mango Mimosa with Champagne and fresh mango puree, or the Blood Orange Mimosa with Champagne and fresh blood orange puree. For more information and reservations visit http://www.richardsandoval.com/torotorodc, or call (202) 682-9500.

Nage Bistro, located at 1600 Rhode Island Ave, NW, 20036, serves classic American cuisine in a welcoming neighborhood setting for weekend brunch. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, from 11 AM to 2:30 PM. Show-stopping dishes include the Kill It Skillet, mac n cheese, chorizo, bacon, truffle frites and a fried egg; Beignets with powdered sugar and chocolate dipping ganache;Ricotta Pancakes withberry compote and granola; Baked Avocado Huevos Rancheros with sofrito potatoes, salsa, and chorizo; Chesapeake Benedict, two poached eggs, crab cake, English muffin, hollandaise, and sofrito potatoes; Shrimp & Grits, Anson Mills organic cheddar grits, Gulf prawns, Tasso ham, kale, tomato and shellfish buerre blanc, as well as Country Fried Steak with eggs, white gravy and sofrito potatoes. Prices range from $7 to $18 each. For the perfect pairing, guests can enjoy signature cocktails such as The Original, house-infused garden vodka and spicy Mary mix; The Bloody Swine with an Old Bay rim and bacon; True Blood, tequila, spicy Mary mix and a salt rim, orenjoy bottomless Bloody Mary’sand Mimosas for an additional $15 per person. For additional information and reservations please visit www.nagedc.com, or call (202) 448-8005.

Near the waterfront, Station 4, located at 1101 4th Street, SW, 20024, is the perfect spot for a leisurely weekend brunch. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 3 PM. Guests have the option of ordering a la carte or can enjoy endless Bloody Marys and Mimosas along with the choice of one brunch entrée for $30 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Show-stopper dishes include Mardi Gras Omelette, smoked Andouille sausage, red peppers, crawfish, and scallions topped with hollandaise sauce and served with toast; Corned Beef Hash with two eggs any style and toast; The Nationals, a fresh croissant with scrambled eggs, diced ham, onions, green peppers, tomatoes and melted cheese served with a mixed green salad, as well as the Station 4 Pizza with tomato salsa, pork belly, blue cheese, caramelized onions, baby arugula, and a fig balsamic reduction. A la carte brunch items are priced from $7 to $17 each. In addition to bottomless the Mimosas and Bloody Marys, guests can enjoy specialty brunch cocktails including the Bimosa, sparkling wine, basil, St. Germain and lemon; Spritzer, sparkling wine, Aperol and maraschino cherry, and The Sunrise with orange juice, rum, lime, grenadine, and sparkling wine. Cocktails are priced at $5 each. For additional information and reservations please visit www.station4dc.com, or call (202) 488-0987.

Drafting Table, located at 1529 14th Street, NW, 20005, offers “Fútbol Weekend Brunch” on Saturday and Sunday throughout the Premiere and UEFA Champions League seasons. Guests can watch their favorite European fútbol teams on the restaurant’s four flat screen TVs while enjoying items off the eclectic brunch menu. Standout dishes include Veggie All Day, two eggs, falafel, baked beans, tomatoes, home fries and sourdough toast; Hillbilly Benedict, biscuit topped with two sunny side eggs and ham, smothered with sausage gravy and hash browns; Deep Fried Cherry Apricot French Toast with whipped cream; Sexy Egg Sandwich, two sunny eggs, herb aioli, roasted red peppers and arugula, served on toasted bread; Spicy BBQ Tacos, a choice of chipotle BBQ pulled pork or pan-seared cod, served on a corn tortilla with kimchi and cilantro, and the Draftsman Burger, beef burger with crispy blue cheese, apricot chutney, arugula, caramelized bacon-onion jam, served with fries. Brunch items are priced from $6 to $14 each. Additionally, guests can enjoy bottomless Mimosas for $14 with the purchase of any single entrée during weekend brunch service from 10 AM to 4 PM, and they are limited to a two-hour dining window of time for this special offer. Drafting Table also has a great selection of wines by the glass and bottle, along with 16 beers on draft and eight by the bottle and can, making it a fun place to sit and cheer on the favorite fútbol team. For additional information please visit www.draftingtabledc.com, or call (202) 621-7475.

Copperwood Tavern, Shirlington Village’s farm-to-table restaurant located at 4021 Campbell Avenue, VA 22206, serves brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM. Guests can enjoy a la carte dishes such as Scotch Egg, boiled egg wrapped in breakfast sausage, breaded and fried, served with frisee salad; Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes, fluffy pancakes mixed with creamy ricotta and fresh blueberries, served with orange honey butter; Duck Hash, duck leg confit, potatoes, onion, carrot, bell pepper, and two poached eggs; Bagels and Lox, house-cured salmon, avocado, tomato jam, pickled red onion, and cream cheese; Breakfast Burrito, chorizo, black beans, eggs, salsa and queso fresco, as well as Short Rib Benedict, root beer braised short ribs served with hollandaise. Menu prices range from $4 to $18. Additionally, guests can enjoy a variety of cocktails including the traditional Mimosa, sparkling wine and fresh orange juice; Bellini, sparkling wine, white peach and raspberry puree; Spiced Milk Punch, spiced rum, brandy, house-made spiced vanilla syrup and milk, or order one of four varieties of house-made Bloody Marys from Copperwood’s Bloody Mary Bar: Classic Bloody Mary, Vegetarian Mary, BBQ Mary and the Seafood Mary. For additional information and reservations please visit http://www.copperwoodtavern.com/, or call (703) 552-8010.

The Pennsylvania-themed Second State, located at 1831 M Street, NW, 20036, offers brunch service from 10 AM to 4 PM exclusively on Sunday. The menu features seasonal American cuisine with every ingredient sourced from local farmers within a three-hour drive from DC, and an emphasis on Pennsylvania farms. Standout brunch items include Scotched Egg, boiled egg wrapped in breakfast sausage, breaded and fried, served on a bed of frisee; Duck Hash, duck leg confit with potatoes, onions, bell pepper and two poached eggs; Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes with creamy ricotta and fresh blueberries, served with orange honey butter and rum maple syrup; Blue Crab Benedict with Old Bay hollandaise, and Keystone Burger, a coffee-rubbed, eight-ounce burger topped with aged sharp cheddar, crispy bacon and red wine shallot aioli. Brunch items range from $5 to $26. For the perfect pairing, Second State offers a selection of handcrafted cocktails such as Steel City Bloody Mary; Kale Mary; Franklin’s Milk Punch with brandy, apple cider reduction, milk, lemon and nutmeg, as well as classics like the Bellini and Mimosa. Cocktails are priced from $8 to $10. Additionally, diners are encouraged to wear their Sunday best when dining at Second State. Girls who wear dresses and men who wear jackets get a choice of one complimentary glass of Veuve Clicquot or glass of Dad’s Hat Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey upon arrival. For additional information, please call (202) 466-3010 or visit www.SecondStatedc.com.

The newly opened Orange Anchor, located within the Washington Harbour at 3050 K Street, NW, 20007, recently debuted weekend brunch service on February 21st. Brunch is now served Saturday and Sunday, from 10 AM to 3 PM. Guests at Orange Anchor can enjoy everything from soups and salads, to not so classic Eggs Benedict and oysters served four different ways. Standout menu items include Champagne Oysters; Buckwheat Banana Beer Pancakes with fresh bananas, toasted walnuts, orange honey and butter; Shrimp & Smoked Gouda Grits with Tasso ham and a spicy Cajun gravy; Seafood Red Chili with rockfish, shrimp and clams; Crab BALT, pan seared crab cakes with bacon, avocado, Bibb lettuce and fresh tomato, as well as the Anchor Dog, quarter-pound bacon wrapped Smith Meadow’s all beef hot dog topped with crab salad and crispy shallots. Brunch items range from $8 to $18. For the perfect pairing, Orange Anchor offers a selection of handcrafted cocktails including the Seafood Bloody Mary, Old Bay vodka, tomato juice, Old Bay, smoked paprika, Ancho chili water, lime juice, shrimp and smoked oysters; Kale Mary, vodka, kale, celery, ginger and lime juice; Anchor Bloody Mary, Old Bay vodka and a house-made mix of horseradish, lime juice, orange juice, Worcestershire and black pepper; Orange Crush, Stoli Orange, Cointreau, Aperol and orange juice, as well as classics like the Bellini and Mimosa. Cocktails are priced from $9 to $12. For more information please call (202) 802-9990 or visit: www.orangeanchordc.com.

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