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Cherry Blossom Specials At Round Robin Bar

Mon, Apr 03 - Sun, Apr 16

Replete with real cherry blossom trees, the Willard InterContinental offers an unmatched celebration toasting to the hotel’s unique history with Japan with festive offerings including Japanese inspired cuisine and specialty cocktails at the Round Robin Bar. Offerings include octopus sashimi & seaweed salad and kale potstickers & pan seared edamame to enjoy with themed cocktails such as the Kyoto Sunrise with sake, ruby grapefruit juice, simple syrup, and sparkling rosé, or the 1912 Old Fashioned with Nikka single malt whisky, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and cherry bark vanilla bitters. 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For more information click here.

Festive Champagne Dinner At The Hay-Adams

Mon, Apr 10 - Wed, May 31

The Hay-Adams is pleased to debut a new spring time prix fixe, three-course menu available exclusively in the Lafayette Room. The menu features contemporary American cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Nicolas Legret complemented by a half bottle of Taittinger Brut Champagne. $85 per person. This special offering is available Monday through Saturday, from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 800 16 Street NW. For more information and reservations, please click here.

Greek Easter Family Table Dinner At Iron Gate

Mon, Apr 10 - Sun, Apr 16

For Greek Easter, Chef Chittum created special dinner ‘family table’ menu that will be available the week leading up to and weekend of Easter. The Easter menus include dishes like slow roasted Spring lamb with warm pita, slow cooked artichokes with dill & avgolemono, and traditional Easter bread with sesame & red egg. $55 per person. 1734 N Steet NW. For more information please click here or call 202.524.5202.

Passover And Arrival Of Spring Celebration At BLT Steak DC

Mon, Apr 10 - Sun, Apr 16

BLT Steak DC is giving families and loved ones a place to gather this Passover with a special menu, featuring modern takes on traditional Seder foods in honor of the upcoming holiday. DC’s downtown dining destination will feature symbolic  Passover foods like a lamb shank, hard boiled eggs and matzo ball soup available as a la carte, throughout the holiday, from Saturday, April 10th through Saturday, April 18th. 1625 I Street NW. For more information or to make reservations please call 202.689.8999 or click here.

Passover Feast At Dino’s Grotto

Mon, Apr 10 - Mon, Apr 17

Come join Dino’s for a Passover feast where you get some of everything on the menu. As you sit, an assortment of charoset and hot horseradish will be your entry into the feast.  The first course is a trio of veggies. Next is the classic Passover Triumvirate: housemade gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, and chopped liver. The entrees are also a trio: slow cooked Randall Lineback vittelone brisket; local fish in a spiced tomato sauce; and a tangy & herbal Moroccan inspired chicken with preserved lemon & olives.  Dessert will be a plate of cookies including their chocolate walnut crisps, and macaroons. The feast is $59 per person and kids’ meals are half priced. 1914 9th Street NW. For more information or to make a reservation click here.

Golden Egg At Trummer’s On Main

Tue, Apr 11 - Sun, Apr 16

End your Easter meal with pastry chef Meagan Tighe’s Golden Goose Egg, an exquisitely crafted holiday confection boasting a rich white chocolate “egg white” and silky coconut mousse encasing a passion fruit and mango “yolk” dipped in a white chocolate shell and coated in 24 karat gold leaf presented on a bed of bittersweet cocoa cake and nestled inside a “nest” of hand-shaved chocolate. The Easter dessert delicacy is garnished with the first sprouting of herbs and flowers from the restaurant’s own patio garden. The Golden Goose Egg is $45 and will be available from April 11 to April 16.  7134 Main Street, Clifton, Virginia 20124. For more information, please call 703.266.1623 or click here.

Bangkok Street Brunch At Beau Thai

Sat, Apr 15 - Sun, Apr 16

Enjoy Bangkok Street Brunch every Saturday and Sunday at Beau Thai, comprised of street fare found in the capital of Thailand. This unique brunch menu satisfies weekend cravings of sweet, savory, and boozy in a tasty, Thai way. Beau Thai is unique in that everything they make, including their curries, are made from scratch following authentically Thai and tasty family recipes. Plus, their beverage program features almost exclusively local beers, a seasonal cocktail list, and an approachable wine and sake list. Bangkok Street Brunch is served at both the Shaw and Mount Pleasant locations from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1550 7 Street NW; 3162 Mount Pleasant Street NW. For more information, please click here.

Easter Brunch At Iron Gate

Sat, Apr 15 - Sun, Apr 16

Should you find yourself with a party of four or more on Easter, Iron Gate’s family style brunch is the way to go and features slow roasted spring lamb with all the accoutrements, green tomato keftedes with dill yogurt sauce, pan fried halloumi with torn mint and blood orange marmalade, traditional Greek Easter bread, and, last but not least, warm phyllo pie with farina custard and lemon syrup plus orange blossom loukoumades. Additionally, a number of a la carte options including taramasalata with chives and fennel seed crackers, spinach salad with pickled egg, charred avocado, and crispy prosciutto, and oak grilled bifteki with kefalograviera and yogurt will be offered. $40 per person. 1734 N Street NW. For more information or to make a reservation, click here or call  202.524.5202.

Greek Easter & Agorá at José Andrés’ Zaytinya

Sat, Apr 15 - Sun, Apr 16

To celebrate Greek Easter, the team at Zaytinya has invited a variety of purveyors to set up shop on the patio to bring to life a Greek marketplace on Saturday April 15, from 12 to 4pm. Guests will be able to sample wines, olive oils, and more while enjoying live music. And, of course, the Spartans will be back for great photo opps! On Sunday, April 16, Head Chef Michael Costa and team will additionally be offering a special four course tasting brunch featuring fresh spring ingredients and Easter favorites, such as the Spit-Roasted Lamb Shoulder with poached egg and greens and the Roasted Asparagus with smoked labneh, preserved lemon and za’tar. 701 9th Street NW. For more information click here.

Greek Easter Brunch At Iron Gate

Sat, Apr 15 - Sun, Apr 16

For Greek Easter, Chef Chittum has created a special brunch ‘family table’ menu. In addition to the table menu is an a la carte menu. The table brunch menu includes dishes such as caramelized spring onion pie, green tomato keftedes, and pan fried halloumi. The a la carte menu includes dishes like taramasalata, green tomato keftedes, and oak grilled bifteki. Table brunch $40 per person. 1734 N Street NW. For more information, please click here or call 202.524.5202.

Pottery Pop Up Shop At Centrolina

Sat, Apr 15 - Sun, May 14

Join Centrolina for their pottery pop-up shop happening over the next month. Chef and owner Amy Brandwein – a supporter and patron of local artisans – welcomes ceramic artist Olivia Di Benigno, founder of Studio North Ceramics in Springfield, Va., to showcase her hand-thrown tableware in the specialty market at Centrolina. Items displayed will be available for purchase, and forms for custom orders will also be available. 974 Palmer Alley NW. For more information, please click here.

A Hawaiian Easter At Hula Girl

Sun, Apr 16

While Easter usually conjures visions of bunnies, colorful eggs and lambs, at Hula Girl Bar & Grill, it’s more like palm trees, flip flops and Ukulele music at Hula Girl Bar and Grill. At Brunch, delicacies such as Spam and eggs, banana and macadamia waffles and chicken katsu and waffles will be served along with other mouth-watering Hawaiian-inspired specialties. Tropical Mimosas will be available —a bottle of bubbly and a carafe of tropical juice for guests to mix their own to taste at the table. The dinner menu includes Poke, Waialua root beer sticky ribs, North Shore shrimp and SPAM musubi—all set to a background of live Ukulele music. There will be some special surprise menu items available for the holiday. Mimosas at $25. Brunch 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Dinner menu available till 9:00 p.m. 4044 Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here or call 703.998.4853.

Brunch At Blue Duck Tavern

Sun, Apr 16

Chef de Cuisine Brad Deboy at the Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern, is introducing new seasonal, American classics to the restaurant’s Easter menu. The three-course, fixed-price menu begins with a choice of starters, including seasonal salads, meats, breads and cheeses, on display throughout the open kitchen. Next you will have a choice of entrée and sides from the holiday menu. Highlights include Nutella stuffed french toast with salted almond brittle and toasted coconut; hot fried rabbit & waffle with pepper relish and honey butter; Maine lobster benedict with ancho chili hollandaise, buttermilk biscuit and charred avocado; herb-roasted leg of lamb with harissa yogurt and fiddlehead ferns, as well as oven-roasted dry aged ribeye with grilled ramps and salsa verde. Brunch concludes with seasonal desserts, which are on display in the pastry pantry. $125 per adult. $60 per child ages 6-12. Children under 5 are complimentary. 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1201 24th Street NW. For reservations or more information, please call 202.419.6755 or email blueduck.tavern@hyatt.com.

Carmine’s Easter Feast

Sun, Apr 16

Head over to Carmine’s family-style Italian eatery for an Easter feast that includes the traditional Italian Easter bread – complete with a hard-boiled egg inside. It’s customary in the old country to serve a sweet, brioche-like round bread at dinner known as pane di pasquai (Easter bread). This symbolic circle of dough has a hard-boiled egg baked into its center and a cross of dough laid over the egg to represent life and faith. “We want to help keep traditions alive,” says chef Ford Barsi. “It’s all about teaching the next generation about what Italians have been eating for hundreds of years.” Speckled with colorful sprinkles, the loaf is complimentary for anyone dining at Carmine’s on Easter Sunday — but it’s available only that day, so reservations are recommended. In addition Carmine’s is serving roasted rack of lamb with an array of oven roasted vegetables (carrots, red potatoes, onions, zucchini, fennel, eggplant, yellow squash and Portobello mushrooms) – serves 6-8 people. $84.95 ($10.61 per person). 425 7th Street NW. For more information please call 202.737.7770 or click here.

Easter At 14K

Sun, Apr 16

The Hamilton Hotel D.C. and its signature restaurant 14K announce delectable brunch and dinner menus in celebration of Easter. The brunch menu will include menu items such as Blood Orange and Duck Confit salad, 14K mixed green salad, land and sea selections, and a carving station. For $9 guests can enjoy a build your own Bloody Mary Bar or enjoy endless champagne for $15. Brunch will cost $49.99 per adult and $22.99 per child under the age of 12 and will run from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Easter Dinner Menu will be offered for 5:00 to 9:00 pm and will costs guests $49 per person. The prix-fixe menu includes choices of the following: Lentil Bean Soup, Bourbon Glazed Chicken, Pan Seared Grouper, Leg o Lamb, and Pistachio Cheesecake. 1001 14th Street, NW. For more information please call 202.218.7575.

Easter At Ambar

Sun, Apr 16

Ambar, the nation’s capital’s first Balkan restaurant, will be offering Easter brunch featuring prosciutto Benedict, roasted mushroom crepes, mimosas, and so much more. $39 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. 523 8 Street SE. For additional information please call 202.813.3039 or click here.

Easter At Bastille

Sun, Apr 16

Come join Christophe and Michelle Poteaux, owners of Bastille, for their three-course Easter menu. Appetizers include carrot-ginger Bisque with crème fraiche and scallions; shrimp beignets with guacamole and lime and more.  During brunch hours, selections include PB & J French Toast–peanut butter and raspberry jam stuffed brioche French toast with pure maple syrup, two fried eggs and duck fat home fries; and “Breakfast Parisien–”Parisian-style scrambled eggs with bacon, croissant and duck fat home fries.  A sampling of entrees available all day include Bacalhau a Portuguesa–cod filet with olives, capers, onions, fingerling potatoes, fennel, and carrots; and Couscous de Barbes–braised lamb shoulder, merguez, lamb kefta, Moroccan-spices summer vegetable stew, garbanzo beans, couscous,  and harissa-lamb jus. Chef Michelle’s desserts finish the meal with a selection of carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, caramel ice cream, toasted walnuts, crème anglaise and crispy carrots; lemon ginger butter bar with blueberries and blueberry ice cream; almond mousse with almond cake, strawberries, candied almonds, white chocolate and strawberry sorbet; and Valrhona bittersweet chocolate almond cake with chocolate glaze, raspberry coulis, Valrhona chocolate ice cream and raspberries. The three course meal will cost $49 and will be available from 11:00 am to 5:00pm. 606 N. Fayette Street, Alexandria, VA. For more information or to make a reservation click here.

Easter At City Tap Penn Quarter

Sun, Apr 16

Leave the Easter cooking to City Tap and dig into a brunch buffet. Two seatings are available with features including carving and omelet stations, pancakes and other breakfast favorites, and an Easter candy station piled high with goodies. Although no bottomless drink specials will be available, City Tap is featuring ‘hoppy’ beers for the adults; coffee, tea, and nonalcoholic beverages are included in the prix fixe brunch. Brunch is priced at priced at $45 for adults and $15 for kids ages 10 and under. 901 9th Street NW. For more information and to make reservations, please call 202.644.9433.

Easter At Decanter At The St. Regis

Sun, Apr 16

Experience an Easter brunch like no other with Decanter at The St. Regis. They will be offering an elegant buffet with elevated items like fluffy Belgian waffles topped with fresh berries, Wagyu brisket with a mushroom confit and sweet potato poutine, and a sweet cart full of seasonal favorites, including carrot cake with cream cheese icing. For $25, guests can add on bottomless mimosas or the property’s signature Bloody Mary with an Old Bay twist. The cost is $85 per adult and $43 per child (4-12 years old) and brunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 923 16th St NW. For reservations, please call 202.509.8000.

Easter At Del Campo

Sun, Apr 16

Del Campo is offering a special bottomless brunch this Easter Sunday. The restaurant will be serving specials like stuffed lamb saddle roulade, beet stained deviled eggs and tortilla Español along with unlimited mimosas and brunch punch. Select specials are also available during dinner. $55 per person and $25 for children under 12, exclusion of tax and gratuity. 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. 777 I Street NW. For more information click here.

 

Easter At Del Frisco’s Grille

Sun, Apr 16

Del Frisco’s Grille will open its doors to welcome guests on Easter Sunday and offer their signature dinner menu and an additional special. Guests can savor delicious signature offerings like cheesesteak eggrolls, parmesan lemon sole, and fan-favorite lemon doberge cake in addition to a 16-oz. prime rib for $42. 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For more information and to make reservations, please call 202.450.4686.

Easter At Dino’s Grotto

Sun, Apr 16

Easter Sunday falls within Passover.  That means Dino’s will have a special Easter menu, with Passover dishes as well. Both brunch and dinner will feature seasonal veggies {asparagus & ramps should both be available} and there will also be roast lamb with mint salsa verde plus pork jailer’s style. There will also be matzo ball soup and gefilte fish on both menus. From 12:00 to 4:00 pm there will be bottomless brunch for $39 where you will have your choice of bottomless mimosa, bellini, or bloody marys.  If you don’t want the bottomless option, the brunch is $27.  At 4:00 pm, the dinner menu starts.  This is a shorter version of the regular menu, with Passover items and special Easter items as well.  And as a special treat, they will be offering Wine Madness (wines $60+ are 50% off). 1914 9th Street NW. For more information or to book your reservation click here.

Easter At Early Mountain Vineyards

Sun, Apr 16

Early Mountain Vineyards will host a family-friendly Easter gathering. Chef Ryan Collins has created a special a la carte menu for the occasion, which includes spit-roasted lamb, roasted porchetta, falafel, farro & caponata salad, and a fresh garden pea salad. See below for full menu details. In addition, the vineyard will feature their 2016 Pinot Gris, along with other wines for purchase, and Eric Franzen will provide live music from 1:00-4:00 p.m. There will be a petting zoo set up on the vineyard property, and kids are invited to participate in an Easter egg hunt at 2:00 p.m. Admission is free for all guests. 11:00 am to  6:00 pm. 6109 Wolftown-Hood Road, Madison, VA. For more information or to purchase tickets click here.

Easter At härth

Sun, Apr 16

Hilton McLean Tysons Corner and härth hop into spring with an exciting brunch for Easter Sunday, featuring an expansive buffet menu utilizing herbs from härth’s onsite garden and honey collected from the rooftop beehive. You can expect brunch favorites like crème brûlée French toast casserole, carving stations featuring herb pepper crusted prime rib and a cooked-to-order omelet station. Bottomless mimosas will be available for just $10 along with a specialty cocktail with elderflower liqueur, sparkling wine, and fresh lemon juice for $6, and a refreshing apple cider and house-made ginger beer mocktail for $3. Families will have also the opportunity to take a picture with the Easter Bunny and participate in an Easter egg hunt with grand prizes for the winner of each age group, up to $1,500 in value. Brunch is $45 per adult, $25 for children (ages 3-10). 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, Va. For reservations and more information, please call 703.761.5131.

Easter At Kingbird

Sun, Apr 16

Executive Chef Michael Santoro will be preparing an Easter brunch buffet that you won’t want to miss at Kingbird at The Watergate Hotel.  Brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. 2650 Virginia Avenue NW. For more information and reservations, please click here.

Easter At Le Diplomate

Sun, Apr 16

Le Diplomate will transport guests to Paris in spring and wish diners a “Joyeux Paques” by offering Easter specials during both brunch and dinner service. Executive chef Michael Abt is roasting Easter Lamb with thyme, fragrant rosemary, and dijon mustard available with a side of vegetables including traditional French flageolet beans with aromatics and tender roasted carrots with honey and savory thyme. For diners looking for more classic Easter treats, pastry chef Fabrice Bendano will be gifting guests a basket of sweet caramel-filled chocolate eggs for every table. 1601 14th Street NW. For more information please call 202.332.3333 or click here.

Easter At Osteria Morini

Sun, Apr 16

Osteria Morini will be honoring the Italian Easter tradition with a three-course holiday meal served family-style. Executive chef Benjamin Pflaumer has created a menu of classics inspired by Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region including Cacio E Pepe salad with young romaine lettuce, housemade caesar, fried capers, and focaccia croutons, Agnello of slow-roasted lamb shoulder served with celery root, fresh fava beans, and bright radish, and Salmerino Alpino with wood-grilled Artic char, spring asparagus, and airy zabaglione. Dessert offerings include Torta di Carote with molasses cake, golden raisins, and honey-caramelized carrot puree, Caramele with guanaja crema, salted caramel mousse, and sweet toffee, and Fragiole E Crema of lemon ciambella cake, whipped zabaglione, fresh strawberries, and honey meringue kisses. The family-style menu will be served for $55 per person and $25 for children 12 and under. 301 Water Street SE. For more information please call 202.484.0660 or click here.

 

Easter At Rasika Penn Quarter

Sun, Apr 16

Rasika Penn Quarter will be offering its regular a la carte lunch and dinner menus on Easter. Highlights will include Khatta Meetha Scallop, Palak Chaat Lobster Hawa Mahal, and date and toffee pudding. Lunch will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and dinner will be served from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 633 D Street, NW. For more information, please click here.

Easter At Rasika West End

Sun, Apr 16

Rasika Penn Quarter’s sister restaurant, Rasika West End, will be offering its regular a la carte brunch service. You can select dishes showcasing modern and authentic Indian fare prepared by Group Executive Chef Vikram Sunderam. There will also be tempting regional dishes including Sunday Curries and brunch specials with prices ranging from $8 to $25. Brunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. 1190 New Hampshire Avenue, NW. For reservations or additional information please call 202.466.2500 or book online here.

Easter At Ripple

Sun, Apr 16

Ripple is offering Easter brunch with options to suit everyone, from their extensive à la carte menu and their family-style three-course Easter Lamb Feast tasting menu. Items include fresh options like smoked paprika pappardelle, roast leg of lamb, and maple vanilla ice cream. The à la carte menu has items starting from $11 and the Easter Lamb Feast is $45 per person (requires participation of the entire table). 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 3417 Connecticut Ave NW. For more information and to make reservations, please call 202.244.7995.

Easter At Roof Terrace Restaurant At The Kennedy Center

Sun, Apr 16

The Roof Terrace Restaurant will be celebrating Easter with their annual Easter Brunch and a special appearance by none other than the Easter Bunny. Join the team to enjoy the famous Sunday Kitchen Buffet Brunch. Indulge in specialties like prime rib, a raw seafood bar, and seasonal gourmet salads alongside traditional breakfast foods, including made-to-order omelets and homemade scones, muffins and Danishes. 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 700 F Street NW. Fore more information and to make reservations, please call 202.416.8555.

Easter At Sakerum

Sun, Apr 16

Sakerum, the newly opened Latin-Asian restaurant, will be offering their regular Bento Box Brunch Menu this Easter.  Guests can select from six Japanese-style bento boxes showcasing the best of Latin and Asian ingredients paired with creative brunch cocktails.  Created by Executive Chef Khan Gayabazar, bento boxes choices are Churrasco, grilled beef short rib, sushi rice, chimichurri salsa and fried egg; the Chicken Karaage, double fried chicken thigh, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, sautéed onion and fried egg; the Yaki-Sake, grilled salmon, mojo sauce, poached egg and basmati rice; the Arroz Chaufa with shrimp & chicken fried rice; the Pancake & Omelet, choice ofmeat or veggie omelet and pancakes, and the Sushi Box with a chef selection of seven-piece nigiri & sashimi.  Each bento box is accompanied with mixed green seaweed salad, bacon-jalapeño home fries, fried plantains and tamago futomaki with the exception of the Sushi Box, which comes with tamago futomaki, California roll and edamame.  Guests can also look forward to tempting side dishes such as Pancakes; Two Eggs (any style); Home Fries; Brussels Sprouts; Sweet Potato Fries; Sausage, Egg & Cheese Bao Buns, and Edamame, choice of cashew & lime or spicy sambal.  For the perfect pairing, brunch-goers can select one of the creative brunch libations crafted by Cocktail Consultant Gina Cherseveani.  Standouts include the Spicy Asian Bloody Mary with house-made bloody batch, soy sauce, sriracha, and shichimi; Lychee Mimosa with lychee, yuzu sake, rum and Cava; Greek Frappe with Smith & Cross rum, cinnamon, instant coffee and cream; Grey Hound with vodka, grapefruit, Asian pear and citrus kiss; Pineapple Avocado Smoothie with mezcal, avocado, pineapple and cream, and the signature SakeRum Daiquiri with sake, rum, lemon and herbal simple syrup.  Cocktails range in price from $12 to $15.  Brunch is priced at $29 per person. 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 2204 14th Street, NW. For additional information please call 202.518.2222 or click here.

Easter At Sixth Engine

Sun, Apr 16

Sixth Engine will be offering a couple of specials to make the Easter celebration a memorable one. Culinary Director, Kyle Bailey has gotten creative with his special offerings which include Rabbit Bolognese on strozzapreti with spring garlic and heirloom carrots, and Quiche Lorraine with bacon jam, spring onion and arugula salad. Pair the meal with a brunch cocktail including, Mass Ave 75 made with Gilles Brisson cognac, Giffard Peche de Vigne, lemon, maple and Bittermen’s Tiki bitters or something lighter like a Brunch Punch, Macchu Pisco, grapefruit cordial, Aperol, lime and fizz. Specials will be offered from 11:00 to 1:30 am. 438 Massachusetts Avenue NW. For more information click here.

Easter At The Hay-Adams

Sun, Apr 16

Located across Lafayette Square from the White House, the historic Hay-Adams offers guests Washington’s most prestigious address with views overlooking the White House, Lafayette Square and St. John’s Church, the “Church of the Presidents.”  Easter Brunch is priced at $120 per person, which includes a glass of Taittinger upon arrival, and $60 per child aged 12 years and younger (tax and gratuity not included). Seatings available from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Located at 800 16 Street NW. For reservations or additional information, please call 202.638.6600 or click here.

Easter At The Restaurant At Patowmack Farm

Sun, Apr 16

The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm will be serving a special organic Easter brunch. Reservations are available from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 42461 Lovettsville Road, Lovettsville, Va. For more information and to make reservations, please click here.

Easter At The Ritz-Carlton

Sun, Apr 16

The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner will be offering a decadent Easter brunch with an endless array of splendid brunch cuisine by Executive Chef Chris Johnson and award-winning Pastry Chef Heidi Kabath. Some savory and sweet Easter brunch highlights include: a lavish caviar station; Rosemary Rack of Lamb with lamb jus and mint jelly; Orange Fennel Salmon, Bone-In Glazed Ham; Freshly Baked Pretzel Rolls with artisan mustard; Whipped Crème Fraiche Potatoes; “Coq Au Vin” with bacon and Mushrooms; Root Vegetable Napoleon; Wild Mushroom Ravioli with arugula pesto, pine nuts and lemon zest and Truffle Polenta Cakes, amongst others. Easter brunch at The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner will be complete with a live jazz trio, plus a springtime petting zoo and balloon artist for the kids. Brunch will cost $120 per adult and $42 per child. 10:30 am to 2:00 pm. 1700 Tysons Boulevard, McLean, VA. For more information click here.

Easter At Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro

Sun, Apr 16

Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro is throwing nothing short of an Easter bash this spring. Kids will be thrilled to participate in an Easter Egg Hunt and to play with their favorite animals at a petting zoo, set up in Vinifera’s parking lot. Dig into a brunch buffet, featuring items like French toast, carved prime rib, and assorted pastries. $59 per adult, kids under 12 eat for free with accompanying adult. 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. 11750 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, Va. For more information or to make reservations, please call 703.234.3550.

Easter Baskets at Centrolina

Sun, Apr 16

Available for pickup in the Italian market at Centrolina, pastry chef Caitlin Dysart’s beautifully crafted and curated Easter baskets are stocked with house-made treats like milk chocolate bunnies, decorated sugar cookies, chocolate-dipped pizzelle, hazelnut crunch mini chocolate eggs and even rosé for an adult version of the holiday novelty (all sold a la carte as well). Place orders at least 48 hours in advance. Small basket $24, medium $42, and large $68. 974 Palmer Alley NW. For more information and to inquire about baskets, call Centrolina at 202.898.2426.

Easter Brunch At All Set Restaurant And Bar

Sun, Apr 16

All Set Restaurant & Bar will offer a bountiful brunch buffet this Easter Sunday with two seatings available at 11:00 am and 1:30 pm. Guests can enjoy Executive Chef Edward Reavis’ breakfast favorites such as scrambled eggs, home fries, bacon, chicken sausage, smoked salmon & bagels with capers, pickled red onion, dill cream cheese, and sliced tomato, or pancakes and french toast with macerated berries, whipped cream, and Vermont maple syrup.  One can also enjoy lunch classics such as twice fried chicken wings with ranch and blue cheese dipping sauces, Caesar Salad, and fresh fruit.  For a sweet finish there is baby cakes and chocolate chip cookies.  Additionally, those looking to indulge can enjoy bottomless mimosas for an additional $20 per person. Guests are limited to two hours for the brunch buffet. Priced at $30 per person (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity) and $15 for children 12 and under. 8630 Fenton Street, Plaza 5, Silver Spring, MD.   For additional information or reservations, please call 301.485.8800 or click here.

Easter Brunch At Ardeo+Bardeo

Sun, Apr 16

Cleveland Park hot spot Ardeo+Bardeo, offers diners a chance to enjoy the best modern American cuisine this Easter. You will enjoy a three-course, prix fixe menu prepared by Executive Chef Kelly Bunkers. Entrée choices include house benedict with lump crab, asparagus, poached egg and Old Bay hollandaise; eggs Norwegian, house cured salmon, English muffin, spinach and Old Bay hollandaise; french toast with banana vanilla bean compote, candied walnuts and cinnamon cardamom cream; lamb sandwich with calabrian chile and oregano aioli and baby arugula, served on a brioche bun with onion rings, as well as Steak N’ Eggs, flatiron steak with herb butter, two eggs (any style) and breakfast potatoes. $39 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Special kid plate $19 for children under 10. 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 3311 Connecticut Avenue, NW. For additional information or reservations please click here or call 202.244.6750.

Easter Brunch At Bibiana Osteria-Enoteca

Sun, Apr 16

Bibiana Osteria-Enoteca offers tempting Italian fare this Easter. Executive Chef Jake Addeo is preparing a three-course, prix fixe menu, which includes a choice of antipasti followed by a secondi and a tasting of Italian desserts to share. The menu includes popular favorites such as, asparagi, grilled jumbo white asparagus, Maryland blue claw crab, shaved cured duck egg yolk; fiori di zucca, stringing nettle & ricotta stuffed squash blossoms, baby fennel and sunflower shoots; scialatielli, Amalfi coast-style herbed pasta with Maine lobster, saffron, pickled chilies and chive butter; manzo, espresso-rubbed wagyu petite tender, Italian-style creamed spinach, parmigiano & pecorino béchamel,as well as tonno, grilled Sicilian style yellowfin tuna steak, served with insalata primavera and pink peppercorn aioli. Valet parking is available for $8. $50 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1100 New York Avenue, NW. For reservations or more information, please click here or call 202.216.9550.

Easter Brunch At Casolare

Sun, Apr 16

This Easter, Casolare in Glover Park will offer a three course prix fixe brunch menu. You will have the option of choosing one antipasti, one main course and one dessert per person. The choices include items like house made stracciatella, lobster eggs benedict, strawberry and rhubarb popover pancakes, and the restaurant’s popular cannoli. Sides will be available a la carte, as well as various brunch cocktails, fresh juices, and coffee. $45 per person. 2505 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. For more information, or to make a reservation, please click here.

Easter Brunch At Cuba Libre

Sun, Apr 16

Cuba Libre, will offer its popular “Unlimited Tapas” brunch  this Easter.  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. Guests also have the option of ordering menu items a la carte.  Executive Chef Angel Roque’s menu will feature brunch dishes such as an 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; French Toast a la Cubana, vanilla custard soaked brioche bread with maple syrup and panela soaked sweet plantains, topped with whipped cream; Pork Fried Rice con Huevo, Napa cabbage kimchi with Spanish Chistorra sausage and Berkshire pork belly fried rice, topped with a fried egg; Crab Cake Benedict Croqueta with jumbo lump crabmeat and potato cake, poached egg, avocado mash and tomato hollandaise sauce, as well as Churrasco Steak Slider, all-natural black angus skirt steak burger with pickle sauce, chipotle-onion marmalade, cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomato, served on a brioche roll with boniato chips.  Guests can enjoy every dish on the menu for a feast among friends as Unlimited Tapas is priced at $29 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), while the a la carte menu items are priced from $6.25 to $17.75.  Bottomless morning cocktails such as Havana Hottie, Cuba Libre’s award-winning Bloody Mary with dark rum or vodka, tomato juice, strawberry purée, white wine, balsamic vinegar, ginger purée, basil, and habanero chilies; 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 Frescas can only be added to those partaking in the unlimited brunch menu, and are available for an additional $16.50 per person. 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. 801 9th Street, NW. For more information or reservations, please call 202.408.1600 or click here.

Easter Brunch At Espita Mezcaleria

Sun, Apr 16

Espita Mezcaleria, the Southern Mexican-inspired restaurant  will feature their popular “Precio Fijo” brunch on Easter Sunday. Espita’s brunch menu, prepared by Executive Chef Alexis Samayoa, includes guacamole and two salsas for the table followed by a choice of first course, second course, and sides for sharing.  This special brunch offer must be ordered for the entire table.  Brunch can also be ordered a la carte for a light bite with prices ranging from $3 to $19 per dish.  Menu highlights include Guacamole Clasico with avocado, jalapeño, onion and cilantro; Verde Asado Salsa with roasted tomatillo, onion, garlic and serrano; Maitake Mushroom Omelette with scallions, cilantro and red onion; Biscuits & Eggs with jalapeño chihuahua biscuits, slow poached eggs and arbol hollandaise; Torrejas, French toast with smoked agave nectar and mezcal-infused bananas; Black Kale & Cremini Torta de Huevos; Grilled Tilapia Tacos with pickled carrot & cabbage slaw and chipotle mayo, as well as the Al Pastor Tacos with salsa ranchera and seared pineapple. Additionally, an optional unlimited brunch cocktail selection is also available for an additional $16, including the Misa del Gallo with tequila, grapefruit, honey and sparkling rose; Guadalupe, house mezcal bloody Maria; Que Onda with mezcal, aged rum, cold brew and lemon, and the Rosé Mimosa. The brunch is priced at $29 per person (tax and gratuity not included). 1250 9th Street, NW. For reservations or additional information please call 202.621.9695 or click here.

Easter Brunch At Lincoln

Sun, Apr 16

Those who choose Lincoln for Easter brunch, will be in for a decadent treat thanks to a hearty three-course menu prepared by Chef Demetrio Zavala. Highlighted menu items include: lobster pancakes, spring barley risotto, and lamb and cinnamon french toast. Guests will also dig into an array of savory family-style sides including Chicken Maple Sausage, Duck Fat Potatoes and Artichoke Mustard Asparagus. Lincoln’s Easter Brunch is priced at $59 per adult and $22 per child under the age of 12. Kids under 12 will also receive a complimentary Easter Basket! 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. 1110 Vermont Avenue NW. For more information or to make a reservation click here.

 

Easter Brunch At Mon Ami Gabi

Sun, Apr 16

Celebrate Easter with a French breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi! Whether you have a taste for quiches and crêpes like the Classic Quiche Lorraine and Creamy Chicken & Mushroom Crêpe or prefer to indulge in something sweet like the irresistible Waffle Bananas Foster or Blueberry French Toast, Mon Ami Gabi is offering something for everyone. Looking for lunch? Selections like classic Steak Frites, Croque Monsieur and the Prime Steak Sandwich will also be available.  Bring in the whole family – all kids will leave with a sweet Easter treat! For the full brunch menu and kids menu, click here. 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 7239 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD. For reservations please call 301.654.1234.

 

Easter Brunch At Nopa Kitchen + Bar

Sun, Apr 16

Nopa Kitchen + Bar, located in the heart of Penn Quarter will showcase garden fresh vegetables, select meats and fish prepared with a touch of Southern influence on Easter Sunday. Prepared by Executive Chef Matt Kuhn, standout dishes on the restaurant’s a la carte menu include local black sea bass crudo with lemon basil, pistachio, sturgeon caviar, Easter egg radish and citrus purée; le bocage mushroom & pea shoot salad with little antietam goat cheese, guanciale, spring peas, egg 63 and basil vinaigrette; deviled Eggs with basil mousse, pea tendril, espelette and trout roe; Eggs Benedict with salmon rillette, poached eggs, salmon roe and tarragon hollandaise; herb & salt crusted prime rib with crispy fingerlings, sunny eggs, watercress and truffle jus, as well as pave of braised spring lamb with soft polenta, egg 63, pea shoots, green chickpea tapenade and preserved lemon jus. Prices range from $6 to $28 each. 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 800 F Street, NW. For more information, please click here or call 202.347.4667.

Easter Brunch At Red’s Table

Sun, Apr 16

Red’s Table will be offering a special a la carte Easter brunch menu prepared by Executive Chef Adam Stein. Guests can look forward to standout dishes such as Slow Cooked Leg of Lamb with grilled asparagus and minted hollandaise; Corned Beef Hash with two 63 degree eggs and spicy hollandaise; Fresh Baked Cinnamon Bun, baked and served in a coffee mug; Crispy Caramel French Toast with slices of our bread pudding, topped with caramel, whipped cream and powdered sugar; Frittata, open-faced omelet with potatoes, cheddar and green onions, topped with dressed greens and hollandaise; Sausage Biscuit Sliders, three buttermilk biscuits with maple sage sausage patties and American cheese, served with home fries; Crab Cake Benedict, two 63 degree eggs on buttermilk biscuits with spicy hollandaise and home fries, as well as Sausage & Gravy, served in a cast iron skillet with black pepper cream gravy, home fries, two 63 degree eggs and maple-sage sausage.  Brunch dishes range in price from $5 to $27. As an added bonus, guests can take advantage of Red Table’s Mimosa and Bloody Mary bar. 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. 11150 South Lakes Drive, Reston, VA.  For reservations or additional information please call 571.375.7755 or click here.

 

Easter Brunch At Redwood Bar And Lounge

Sun, Apr 16

Join Redwood Bar And Lounge for Easter brunch. Chef Lyons has put together an extensive buffet complete with four carving stations, a seafood tower, seafood station, an omelet station, breads and pastries made in-house from their pastry department, a variety of seasonal salads, sides of local vegetables, fresh fruit, and more. Tickets for children 12 and younger are $18, and adults are $38. Brunch will go from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. 7121 Bethesda Lane, Bethesda, Md. For reservations, please click here.

Easter Brunch At TAKODA

Sun, Apr 16

TAKODA, the 132-seat contemporary American restaurant and beer garden will offer their regular brunch menu this Easter Sunday.  Guests can anticipate classic American brunch staples along with a selection of salads and small plates.  Standouts on Chef Damian Brown’s brunch menu include Red Velvet Pancakes with whipped cream cheese and black pepper maple syrup; Brisket Hash, pulled brisket, potatoes, peppers and onions, topped with a sunny side up egg and red pepper aioli; TAKODA Bacon Burger, bacon-infused patties, bacon strips, bacon fondue, sunny side egg, served on a pretzel bun; Blueberry Pie French Toast, thick-cut and served with blueberry compote and whipped cream; Egg White Scramble, egg whites, potatoes, onions and peppers, served with a side of fresh fruit; Breakfast Salmon Cakes,pan-seared and served with a hash brown waffle, sunny side up egg and hollandaise; Chicken & Sweet Potato Waffle, Southern fried chicken with pecans and black pepper maple syrup; Breakfast Sandwich, fried egg, cheddar, chicken sausage, hash brown waffle, served with fresh fruit, as well as the Veggie Burger,quinoa, lentil, chickpea and barley burger, served with pimento cheese and whole grain mustard.  Brunch menu items range in price from $12 to $17.  For the perfect beverage pairing at TAKODA, restaurant-goers can enjoy the TAKODA Mimosa, sparkling wine and orange juice, for a discounted $5 during brunch service.  Guests can also enjoy bottomless mimosas for an additional $20 per person.  11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 715 Florida Avenue, NW. For reservations or additional information, please call 202.525.1252 or click  here.

Easter Brunch At Teddy & The Bully Bar

Sun, Apr 16

Come enjoy a special Easter menu created by Chef Demetrio Zavala. The stylish Teddy Roosevelt-inspired restaurant will be serving a two-course tasting menu in which guests can choose from multiple options per course.  Highlights will include: Spring Beet Salad, Scallop and Pork Belly, and Salmon and Bialy. Guests will be treated to endless sides of Mac & Cheese, Grilled Asparagus, Bacon, Chicken Sausage and Smashed Salt Roasted Potatoes plus unlimited trips to Teddy’s brunch stations.  A Carving Station will feature Lamb with Rosemary Mustard & Chimichurri, Prime Rib with Horseradish Cream and Salmon with Béarnaise & Salsa Verde, while an Omelet Station will allow diners to create something custom using a variety of fresh ingredients. Kids and adults alike can end their holiday brunch on a sweet note with a trip to the Make-Your-Own Ice Cream Sundae Bar. For those who like their brunch on the boozy side, classic Mimosas and Bloody Marys will be served alongside original signature cocktails like the Lady Outlaw (on tap) made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Elderflower Liqueur, Lemon Sour, and Lavender Bitters. The brunch is priced at $59 per adult and $22 per child under the age of 12. 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. 1200 19th Street NW. For more information call 202.872.8700 or click here.

Easter Brunch At The Bombay Club

Sun, Apr 16

The Bombay Club will be offering its popular Champagne buffet brunch this Easter. Guests can enjoy live piano music and a buffet of traditional Indian brunch fare prepared by Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi. Highlights to include Murg Zafrani with chicken, saffron, yogurt and cashew; Saag Gosht with lamb, mustard greens, garam masala and ginger; Gulab Jamun; and so much more. $28 per person, or $40 per person with bottomless champagne. Brunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. 815 Connecticut Avenue, NW. For reservations or more information, please call 202.659.3727 or click here.

Easter Brunch At The Oval Room

Sun, Apr 16

For those guests looking for an elegant dining experience, look no further than The Oval Room. The prix fixe Easter menu, specially crafted by Executive Chef John Melfi, features three-courses. You will be delighted with dishes such English pea velouté with crab salad, olive oil croutons, pineapple mint and lemon crème fraîche; house-made pappardelle pasta with spring lamb ragout, chanterelle mushrooms and marjoram; burrata with shaved purple globe artichokes, cucumbers, brioche tuille and meyer lemon vinaigrette; grilled shrimp and grits with coconut grits, charred spring onions, local spinach and uni emulsion; chicken fried quail with cheddar polenta, pickled ramps, morel mushrooms and bacon ravagoté, as well as poached Eggs with black pepper biscuits, housemaid ibérico ham, pepper relish and hollandaise. For dessert, guests can indulge in sticky toffee cake with toasted pecans and spiced Chantilly cream; buttermilk panna cotta with strawberry-rhubarb marmalade and long pepper shortbread, or valrhona molten chocolate cake with blood orange caramel and roasted white chocolate mousse. $55 per person, or $75 per person with wine pairings– excluding tax and gratuity. 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 800 Connecticut Avenue, NW. For reservations or additional information, please click here or call 202.463.8700.

Easter Brunch At The Riggsby

Sun, Apr 16

The Riggsby in Dupont Circle will feature a two course prix fixe menu for Easter brunch. The brunch will begin with a basket of house made pastries for the table and a hot beverage of choice. You will then have the choice of various starters, such as a classic Caesar salad or the restaurant’s popular avocado toast, followed by an entrée of choice, including options like The Schlow Burger, vanilla soaked French toast, or a mushroom, asparagus and goat cheese omelet. All bottles of sparkling wine and champagne will be offered at half price. $39 per guest. 1731 New Hampshire Avenue NW. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here.

Easter Brunch At The Willard InterContinental

Sun, Apr 16

Dine with the Willard InterContinental for Easter brunch. Enjoy an exquisite specialty menu for adults and children featuring made-to-order pancakes and waffles, an omelet station, a cheese and charcuterie display, seafood and carving stations, as well as an assortment of desserts and dark chocolate fountain. Tickets are $110 per adult, $55 per child (5-12 years old) with children under five complimentary. 11:00 a.m. 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For reservations, please call 202.628.9100.

Easter Brunch At Tredici Enoteca At The St. Gregory Hotel

Sun, Apr 16

The newly opened Tredici Enoteca at The St. Gregory Hotel (Tredici), will offer an Easter holiday buffet.  The brunch will feature a classic Easter buffet curated by Executive Chef Carlos Aparicio, including breakfast favorites and a carving station.  One can choose from a variety of starters and salads, as well as seasonal and local specials such as Scrambled Eggs; Breakfast Potatoes; Seasonal Fruit and Berries; Smoked Salmon; Pancakes; Charcuterie; Broccoli & Avocado; Orzo Pasta Salad; Shrimp Cocktail; Brussels Sprouts; Roasted Carrots, as well as a Mustard Glaze Ham and a Turkey & Gravy carving station.  For a sweet finish, guests can enjoy a dessert buffet with confections such as Opera Cake, Brownies; Carrot Cake; Cheesecake; Éclairs and Profiteroles.  Additionally, guests can enjoy Tito’s Bloody Mary’s for $4 or add a bottle of Champagne for an additional $20.  Guests will also enjoy live jazz music. Brunch will be held from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm and will cost $55 per adult and $25 per child 12 and under. 2033 M Street, NW.  For reservations or additional information please call 202.888.2899 or click here.

Easter Brunch At Via Umbria

Sun, Apr 16

Bring your whole family up to the Laboratorio Kitchen at Via Umbria and enjoy a special Brunch on this Easter Sunday. Their authentic Italian kitchen will provide an excellent selection of fresh pastries, delicious sides, a main course of your choosing and of course a delectable dessert all paired with bottomless Rossinis, Mimosas and Bloody Marys (and orange juice for the little ones). $35 per person. 1:00 p.m. 1525 Wisconsin Avenue NW. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Easter Sunday Chocolate Brunch At Co Co. Sala

Sun, Apr 16

Indulge your taste buds and join Co Co. Sala for their Easter Chocolate Brunch. The menu consists of items such as: citrus ricotta pancakes with white chocolate lemon cream, berry compote, and a caramel passion fruit sauce; cinnamon brioche stuffed with house-made marshmallow, dark chocolate, and graham shortbread, with a warm banana compote, and a milk chocolate mousse; and smoked bacon mac and cheese with pretzel garlic toast. The most exciting of all items is the incredible displace of desserts and Easter chocolate. Tickets are priced at $50 per adult and $25 per child. 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. 929 F Street NW. For more information or to make a reservation click here.

Easter Take Home Brunch And Dinner Dishes From Red Apron Butcher

Sun, Apr 16

Red Apron Butcher will continue its tradition of supplying Easter dinner and brunch dishes for guests to take home. This year’s offerings include Chef Nate Anda’s housemade charcuterie, pimento cheese, smoked or brined Berkshire ham, and Lambchetta – a whole side of lamb (loin & belly) stuffed with ground shoulder, seasoned with fennel pollen, black pepper, rosemary & salt, and sous vide. Currently accepting orders through April 12 at 12:00 p.m. Pick up at any of three locations:  Union Market – 1309 5th Street NE. Mosaic/Merrifield – 8298 Glass Alley, Fairfax Va. Penn Quarter – 709 D Street NW. To order, please click here.

Easter Three-Course Menu At 701 Restaurant

Sun, Apr 16

701 Restaurant will be offering a three-course menu this Easter. Standout dishes include beet salad with foie gras mousse, black olive soil and pomegranate meringue; tuna tartare with sushi rice ice cream, ponzu and wasabi oil; spiced waygu carpaccio, served with afried baguette, bean sprouts, Thai basil and pho aioli; roasted pork roulade with parsnips, watercress salad and banyuls jus; slow roasted leg of lamb with fingerling potatoes, asparagus and salsa verde, or the rum-soaked french toast with whipped coconut crémeux, Nutella and fresh berries. For the perfect ending, guests can select from featured desserts such as the chocolate peanut bar with praline ice cream, golden raisin sauce and grapes; mascarpone tartlet with fresh figs and oranges, orange sherbet and balsamic vinegar sauce, or the green tea meringue with vanilla cake, lemon curd ice cream and marshmallow cream. You will also enjoy live jazz music throughout the day. $55 per person. Brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For reservations or more information, please click here or call 202.393.0701.

Easter-Bottle Hunt At Bourbon Steak

Sun, Apr 16

The hunt will be afoot at Bourbon Steak as it hosts its second-annual Easter-Bottle Hunt! Taking over the recently renovated brick-walled courtyard, guests who partook in chef Joe Palma’s Brunch service can have a hoppy ending to the experience as they poke around the handsome patio in search of hidden pastel prizes to take home. In place of eggs, Bourbon Steak has cleverly planted ribbon-wrapped bottles of rare WhistlePig Whisley, a house favorite. The fun hops off at 3:00 pm and is complimentary for brunch guests. Brunch includes a spring-inspired three-course, prix-fixe brunch menu available 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. Before the booze hounding sets off on the patio, participating parents can send their kids down to the lower level for a candy-filled egg hunt. Taking place from 12:30-1:00 pm, the Easter Bunny himself will make a special appearance to orchestrate the festivities! 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For more information please call 202.944.2026 or click here.

French-Mediterranean Easter Brunch At Requin

Sun, Apr 16

Chef Jennifer Carroll will be serving up a French-Mediterranean brunch on Easter Sunday at Requin. Throughout the weekend guests should also keep their eyes peeled for Easter eggs with treats from Requin hidden around Mosaic. 8296 Glass Alley #110, Fairfax, Va. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here or call 703.462.8662.

Greek Easter At Kapnos, Kapnos Kouzina, And Kapnos Taverna

Sun, Apr 16

In celebration of both Easter and Greek Easter, which this year both fall on the same day, Chef George Pagonis pulls from his Greek roots to prepare a spread of traditional Easter dishes available for pickup at Kapnos, Kapnos Kouzina and Kapnos Taverna. Dishes to deck out the holiday table include smoked lamb shoulder, roasted lemon potatoes, spanakopita and tsoureki, a sweet Easter bread. Please place your orders by Thursday, April 13 for pick-up on Sunday, April 16th between 1:00 to 11:00 am or from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Order forms for Kapnos and Kapnos Taverna  can be found here and can be emailed to eat@kapnosdc.com or eat@kapnostaverna.com while the order form for Kapnos Kouzina can be found here and emailed to eat@kapnoskouzina.com. For more information please call 202.234.5000.

 

Live Jazz Sundays At Acadiana

Sun, Apr 16

Come by DC’s favorite Louisiana eatery, Acadiana, for Live Jazz Sundays. Enjoy a three course prix fixe menu of Southern favorites. $29/$39 at brunch, $39 at dinner. Brunch music 11:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner music 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 901 New York Avenue NW. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here.

Three-Course Easter Feast At Trummer’s On Main

Sun, Apr 16

Trummer’s on Main will be offering a celebratory Easter menu specially created by executive chef Jon Cropf for guests gathering for a holiday meal at the Northern Virginia dining destination. The three-course menu includes creative culinary offerings such as Terrine of Braised Rabbit with crisp apple, spring rhubarb, pickled mustard, and fresh mache, Charcoal Roasted Ham with tender sweet potatoes, poached egg, and pork cracklin’ , and Black Cod and White Beans with heirloom tomato, sunflower seeds, and green garlic broth. The Easter menu is available from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm for $68 per person and $25 for kids 12 and under. 7134 Main Street, Clifton, VA. For more information click here.

 

Vegan Brunch At Equinox

Sun, Apr 16

Get your (vegan) brunch on every Sunday at Equinox Restaurant. Choose from a variety of items, including gingered pineapple crepes with toasted Hawaiian coconut, or the build-your-own tofu and quinoa scramble station. Brunch is priced at $35 for adults, $15 for children under 12. 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 818 Connecticut Avenue NW. For more information and to make reservations, please call 202.331.8118 or click here.

Easter At Fabio Trabocchi Restaurants: Fiola, Casa Luca, Fiola Mare, and Sfoglina

Sun, Apr 16

Come and enjoy an authentic Italian Easter at the following Fabio Trabocchi Restaurants: Fiola, Casa Luca, Fiola Mare, and Sfoglina. Fiola will be offering a savory 2 course meal with dessert for $95 per person, menu highlights include potato gnocchi primavera, ricotta pancakes, and lightly grilled branzino. Casa Luca will be offering a 2 course meal with dessert as well for $75 per person. Standout menu items include rock shrimp and bernaise on grilled country bread, wagyu skirt steak and eggs, and crispy capers and pane fritto. Fiola Mare will be offering their decadent brunch experience for $95 and will feature items such as oysters on the half shell, fresh goat cheese ravioli, and lemon ricotta pancakes. And finally Sfoglina will offer dishes such as lobster dutch baby and bisque, smoked salmon, and egg frittata. For more information regarding location and to make a reservation please call 202.525.1402 or click here.

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