A few exciting flavors are listed on the menu, but they aren't available as bottomless options, so for our purposes it's classic OJ all the way. At $26, it's not cheap, but it gets the job done.
You'd be hard-pressed to make a croissant sandwich with a side salad worth $20, and unfortunately, this one isn't. A burger will similarly cost you, but at least you'll be full.
Serving mimosas a carafe at a time is a great way to ensure we're never empty, and the complimentary samples of nitro cold brew are an unexpected treat.
Despite reservations requiring a per-person deposit (you may be sensing a theme here!), most tables were empty, which combined with dim lighting makes for a disappointingly sleepy feel.
Penn Quarter, Chinatown
The bottomless deal's spruced up with bellinis and the always-dangerous rosé, and we'll never complain about the control over champagne levels that leaving mimosa construction to us provides.
Eastern Market, Capitol Hill
You probably don't usually have spaghetti carbonara for brunch, but you should make an exception here. If you're not feeling quite that frisky, the mainstays still acquit themselves well.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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