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Brunch Cajun Style – Let Acadiana dazzle you with their Sunday morning live jazz brunch, enjoy bottomless mimosas or Cajun bloody Mary’s with their pre-fix menu. Pay homage to the French Quarter tradition with classic dishes like Turtle Soup and Pain Perdu (pecans, bananas foster sauce) Available 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 901 New York Avenue, NW; 202.408.8848 (http://www.acadianarestaurant.com)

Brunch Time - Bin1301 Wine Bar has added to its bottomless brunch menu with bottomless Aperol Spritzes.  Enjoy bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, and Aperol Spritzes -- all for $16 (2-hour limit). Bin's brunch includes an extensive selection of brunch items combined with dinner favorites. Classic brunch items include Shrimp & Grits, Skirt Steak and Eggs, Eggs Benedict, Build-Your-Own Omelettes, and Cinnamon French Toast. Popular dinner items at brunch include Butter-Poached Salmon, Smoked Whitefish Salad Panini, and Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup, among others. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, 11:00am-3:00 p.m. and includes patio dining. Prices range from ($9-$20). 1301 U Street NW; 202.506.7716 (bin1301dc.com)

Weekend Hangover Cure –  H Street newcomer, Bar Elena is pleased to announce the launch of their weekend brunch service. Their menu features brunch classics such as salads, sandwiches, and shellfish. They also have a few new twists with their lobster benedict, Moules frites, fried oyster frittata, and cornmeal pancakes. You can enjoy local beers and spirits as well as mimosas, poinsettias, and bellinis. To showcase their raw bar offerings, they will be serving bloody marys, micheladas, and Caesars. Last but not least those of you seeking a hangover remedy you can enjoy items such as a spaghetti sandwich or a Corpse Reviver #2 made with gin and absinthe. Brunch is offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 202.450.3265 414 H Street NE (https://www.barelenadc.com)

BLD - Gina Chersevani and chef Liz Clifford have redesigned some items on the Buffalo & Bergen menu to highlight what they do best. New sandwiches include Bubbe Approved (smoked trout, dill cream cheese, cucumbers, and pickled onion), The Cheesus (an inside-out bagel with three melted cheeses, tomato, and avocado for their take on a grilled cheese), and I’d rather be in Capri (local tomatoes, fresh mozz, homegrown basil, evoo, and balsamic on a bagel or salad).  Other new items include The Breakfast Bandit featured on Barclays’s Daily Dip Dish and In your FACE. (fried egg, mixtress-made pesto, fresh mozz, and soppressata). Breakfast sandwiches all day long. These egg-centric delights are not just for Saturday and Sunday mornings anymore! Any weekday from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. you can get any sandwich and they’ll give you one of Chersevani’s hand-crafted sodas for free! Gluten-free or gluten phobic? They will stuff any of their sandwich offerings into an avocado for you for an additional charge of ($4). 309 5th Street, NE; 202. 543.2549 (buffalobergendc.com)

Break Fast – Centrolina has a new selection of breakfast dishes available daily in the Mercato. The sweet and savory options include: Sweet Riso – pearled barley, oatmeal, milk, brown sugar; Egg on Brioche – egg, melted cheddar & choice of seasonal greens, pancetta, mortadella or sausage; PB&J – buckwheat pancake, peanut butter, strawberry jam, sliced banana sandwich; and the Lox – smoked salmon, cream cheese, dill, cucumber, lemon on multi-grain. Mon-Fri, 8-10:30 am; Sat-Sun, 8am-2pm, to-go only on Sunday.974 Palmer Avenue NW; 202.898.2426 (centrolinadc.com)

Hit Me With That New New - Here are some of the newest additions at Chef  Geoff's: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, Sunnyside Up Egg, Sage Brown Butter Sauce and Parmesan; Coffee Bacon Waffle with Vanilla Whipped Cream, Real Maple Syrup; NY Strip Steak & Egg Sandwich with Provolone, Caramelized Onions, Tomato, Sunnyside Up Egg, Yukon Potatoes, Horseradish Aioli; Sweet Cream Stuffed French Toast with Caramel Apples; Smoked Salmon Rice Bowl with Garlic Kale, Roasted Mushrooms, Poached Egg, Buttery Chive Sauce; Nutella Crepes with Powdered Sugar. And don't forget BOTTOMLESS mimosas and The Bacon Bloody Mary. Plus so much more. Click to see the new menu. Fora location nearest you, click here.

Take-Two - New brunch dishes at both City Tap Penn Quarter and City Tap Dupont include a hearty brewer’s breakfast with two eggs, breakfast potatoes, broiled tomato, kielbasa and bacon, and a biscuit; pork & sweet potato hash with crispy pork confit, smoked cheddar, sweet potatoes, and poached eggs; a crab Benedict with jumbo lump crab, roasted tomato, and Old Bay hollandaise; and a rotating French toast featuring the freshest seasonal toppings. Lunch-goers can choose from a variety of new dishes including an organic chicken salad sandwich served with Medjool dates, toasted almonds, smoky bacon, red onion, seven grain bread, and hand-cut fries; an open-faced blue crab melt with roasted tomato, fontina, avocado, Russian dressing and greens; and a shaved roast pork sandwich with American wiz, garlic broccolini, and pepper shooter aioli served on a seeded roll with hand-cut fries. Click here to view the full City Tap Penn Quarter menus online. Make reservations by calling 202.733.5333, or going to 901 9th Street NW; guests can view menus for City Tap Dupont and reserve online at(www.dupont.citytap.com) or by calling 202.878.8235 or going to 1250 Connecticut Avenue NW.

Urban Eating - Chefs Benjamin Lambert and Michael Gordon are now serving up brunch at Ana, District Winery's full-service restaurant. Available from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, Ana's brunch offerings follow Lambert and Gordon's affinity for contemporary American cuisine and international flavors. Menu highlights include: Chocolate Pound Cake with sunflower miso; Potato Pancake with smoked salmon mousse, pomme paillasson, everything spice; Green Tomato Shakshuka with poached eggs, feta, cherry tomato, green harissa; Duck Sausage Tartine with sautéed spinach, Aleppo pepper, fried egg, side salad; Burger (can add a fried egg and/or bacon) with gruyere, onion jam, garlic-truffle aioli, fries; and “Canele" French Toast with Nutella, white chocolate crunch, whipped coconut cream. A variety of daytime-friendly cocktails - in addition to District Winery's full portfolio of wines - will be available as well. 385 Water Street SE; 202.484.9210 (districtwinery.com)

Family Brunch – The owners of The Dish & Dram Zena Polin and Jerry Hollinger are happy to announce they are now open for Sunday Brunch. They are offering traditional entrees such as The Dram Breakfast, challah French toast, and eggs benedict. You can still enjoy all their “family favorites” including homemade sausage gravy and biscuits, house-smoked brisket sandwich, and Dram Grilled Cheese. Available 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  10301 Kensington Parkway, Kensington, MD;301.962.4046(http://www.thedishanddram.com)

All Day Breakfast – DGS Delicatessen & Specialty Baris is now open for breakfast seven days a week. Chef Eric McKamey, who recently joined DGS from  Mintwood Place, has created a menu celebrating the classic delicatessen, featuring bagel sandwiches, breakfast plates, sandwiches and seasonal specials. The new menu also features an extensive list of house-made sodas and a full coffee and espresso program. DGS is selling its house-made provisions, including meats, mustard, pickles, hot sauce and more to go.  DGS will feature only the best ingredients: sustainably raised meats and produce from local farms. Eric’s new menu includes old favorites and a roster of new dishes: Ricotta Blintz with blueberries, peaches, honey, and brown butter; Summer Garden Bagel with market produce and Za’atar cream cheese; Smoked Salmon Grilled Cheese with gruyere, smoked tomato and challah; and Harissa Chicken Fattoush with watermelon, herbs, feta, Vidalia onion and pit. 1317 Connecticut Avenue NW; 202.293.4400 (dgsdelicatessen.com)

Crisp(y) - Fried chicken & churros and chorizo benedicts drop into the District at El Techo’s brunch. D.C.’s adult treehouse & destination for rooftop sipping and dipping expands their offerings with Latin-inspired brunch fare alongside Rito Loco breakfast classics. The brunch program will feature Latin breakfast favorites such as Huevos Rancheros made with perfectly poached eggs and housemade ranchero sauce as well as brunch classics with an El Techo twist. Craving chicken and waffles. 606 Florida Avenue NW; 202.751.3976 (www.ritoloco.com/el-techo)

Family Style Brunch – Fiola Mare has something new in store for 2018 – a new brunch menu with several options for feasting. You can choose from a Family Style Brunch ($30) with options such as Caramelized Lemon Croissant, Baby Arugula & Citrus Salad, Venetian Style “Fish N’ Chips”, a choice of sides, and our seasonal fruit Maceonia with Gelato or Sorbetto or their Signature Brunch ($48) which includes a brunch cocktail, our Caramelized Lemon Croissant, and your choice of Antipasto, Main Course, and Dessert. Brunch is offered on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 3050 K Street, NW; 202.628.0065 (https://www.fiolamaredc.com)

Bottomless Drinks  . . . And More - Philos Mezze + Wine Bar offers patrons the opportunity to go bottomless every Saturday and Sunday. Of course, a Bottomless Brunch concept isn’t new…but at Philos, there is a difference.  While a standard a la carte brunch is available from 11 am-4 pm, from 11 am-2 pm, the bottomless option allows diners to have unlimited food and drink for a $35 prix fixe. Stuff-your-face options include everything from classic Mezze such as Hummus, Baba  Ghanouj and Tzatziki to salads, egg dishes and a variety of crepes along with Mimosas, Bloody Marys, select beers and red and white wine and Sangria; as much as any diner can eat or drink. Of course, as with any endurance sport, there are rules. 1.The entire table needs to participate; 2. There is a two-hour time limit from the ‘start line; 3. The entire party must be present to be seated; 4. Restaurant reserves the right to cut off guests if intoxication is suspected; 5. Last reservation is seated at 3 pm. Naturally, Philos does expect patrons to wear pants, but they are happy to offer any and all the opportunity to go Bottomless over the weekends. 401 Massachusetts Avenue; 202.780.6678 (www.philosdc.com)

Breakfast – The Riggsby’s new chef, Jay Caputo, has debuted a new brunch menu at the restaurant with his own creative takes on classic American breakfast dishes. Some highlights include: Duck “Benny” made with duck confit, poached duck egg, red onion, and a fontina hollandaise; The New Crab Benedict with miso-crab hollandaise and Duroc pork; Anson Mills Cornmeal Griddle Cakes with homemade berry compote, strawberry chantilly and lavender honey; The Pork Belly & “FGT” Sandwich with 24 hour pork belly, fried green tomato, fontina, chimichurri & host mustard; and Shortrib Hash with 60 minute egg, crisp potato, red pepper & horseradish hollandaise. Breakfast Burrito, Brioche French Toast, and Belgian Waffle remain on the menu. For beverages, choose from the restaurant’s brunch cocktails, which include mimosas, bloody marys, bellinis, Aperol spritz, Paloma, and the “Riggsby cup,” as well as the 50% discount on all bottles of sparkling wine and Champagne. Brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 1731 New Hampshire Avenue NW; 202.787.1500 (theriggsby.com)

Chesapeake Brunch Twists – The Salt line is pleased to announce weekend brunch service, inspired by chef Kyle Bailey’s Chesapeake twist on New England staples. The new brunch menu has a fresh take on classic dishes to please every palate. The menu includes items such as a lobster omelet, corned beef hash, and a Waterman’s platter (fried fish, oysters, shrimp, fries, onion rings, coleslaw. This will begin December 10, every Saturday and Sunday. 79 Potomac Ave, SE; 202.506.2368 (http://www.thesaltline.com)

Ski Lodge Brunch -  Service Bar is introducing the newest installment to their food and cocktail program, Ski Lodge Brunch. You can now enjoy brunch in a “Ski Lodge” atmosphere every Sunday. They are offering warm cocktails such as the Gingerbread Toddy, Hot Buttered Cider, and Skinny Girl Eggnog. You can enjoy this whole experience amidst faux bear skin rugs, warm flannel blankets, faux fireplaces, elk heads, DIY s’mores and more. Brunch is offered at the bar every Sunday starting at 2:00 p.m. U Street, NW; 202.462.7232 (http://servicebardc.com)

Seafood for Brunch – Cheers to Sunday and Robert Wiedmaier’s pescetarian adventure at Siren located in The Darcy Hotel. Chef’s Brian McBride and John Critchley have created an extensive buffet with endless possibilities of fresh seafood and elevated brunch classics, including items such as Shrimp Cocktail, Whaleback Oysters, Citrus Cured Salmon, Grilled Swordfish, and Roasted Alina Duck Breast. End on a sweet note with the chef’s selection of miniature desserts. Brunch is ($65) per person and begins on December 3. 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 1515 Rhode Island Avenue, NW; 202.521.7171 (http://www.sirenbyrw.com)

New Chef-Inspired Brunch Buffet - There’s a new brunch in town. Enjoy the new chef-inspired buffet on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Stella Barra. Will have a Roasted Corn & Poblano Egg Enchiladas, Warm Brioche Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding, Caramelized French Toast, Charred Tomatoes & Cheddar Cheese Strata, Yogurt Parfaits with granola and fresh berries and more – unlimited for $16.95. There will also  $3 bloody marys, bellinis and mimosas. Kids 10 & under can enjoy a special kids buffet and pancake bar for free. Click here to view the menu. 11825 Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda, MD; 301.770.8609 (stellabarra.com)

Late Night Brunch - Silver an American brasserie has recently added a late-night brunch option to their menu. Now you can experience their brunch menu every Sunday morning and night. In addition to their menu favorites, like buttermilk pancakes, and caramel French toast, they will offer bison huevos rancheros, short rib hash, smoked salmon omelet as well as gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options. They have a full bar menu including boozy milkshakes, local craft beers, wine, craft cocktails, and spiked coffees. 7150 Woodmont Avenue Bethesda, MD and 3404 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; (http://www.eatatsilver.com)

A Taste of Sunday - The St. Regis Washington D.C. launches its Sunday Brunch with a taste of jazz.  The elevated brunch includes items ordered from the menu as well as cold and cold buffets stations, a bottomless beverage option and classic dessert offerings. The charcuterie station is packed with cured meats and fresh cheeses. A fresh seafood station at the bar near the Bloody Mary station offers crab legs, shrimp cocktail and smoked salmon with all the toppings. Order from the kitchen brunch entrees include steak & eggs poutine with a petit filet, pomme frites, poached egg and a demi-glaze, and snapper a la plancha served over English peas, roasted corn, fennel and citrus jus, and Eggs Benedict with a twist. Brunch options will change seasonally to reflect the freshest produce and seafood. The restaurant at The St. Regis also offers their signature Bloody Mary bar with all the fixin’s, and a champagne/mimosa cart with fresh orange, grapefruit or cranberry juice. Pastry Chef Thierry Delourneaux has created a sampling of his favorite desserts in bite-size form for the perfect denouement for brunch.  Embedded in the restaurant is a sultry jazz ensemble to complement the brunch. The Brunch at The St Regis is available for $59 per person plus tax and gratuity. For an additional $20 per person, it includes unlimited champagne, mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. Brunch will be served on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Reservations are recommended. 923 16th Street NW 202.638.2626