Monday, March 12, 2012

Top 5 DC Brunch Spots

Corn bread with Virginia bacon, fried egg and sorghum syrup from America Eats.
I love to make brunch on Sundays, but sometimes it is nice to sit back and let someone else do the cooking.  On those days, I like to go to:

Todd Gray's Muse offers brunch the first and third Sunday of each month.  I loved the Eggs Benedict, green eggs and ham and live music.

America Eats Tavern serves the most delicious Corn bread with Virginia bacon, fried egg and sorghum syrup.  I love the texture of the corn bread and the sweetness of the syrup.  Get in soon before July.

Blue Duck Tavern cooks up some amazing Crab Cakes with Poached Eggs and Aioli.  You can even learn how to make it on Capital Cooking's Sunday Brunch episode.

Napoleon Bistro offers amazing French fare.  In the summer the patio is awesome, but in the winter, you'll still enjoy crepes and more. 

La Fourchette in Adams Morgan also features some delicious French dishes.  I loved the omelets.

What are your favorite brunch spots in DC?

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