517 H St NE, Washington, DC
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.
If merely the three mimosa options were on offer, we'd still have been satisfied, but the rum punch (served in a delightful frosted glass, to boot) takes Vagabond's selections to another level
Lyle's sits in a luxury hotel, and their brunch food is equally luxurious. The dishes are mostly your standard brunch fare, but just a little extra (tasty).
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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