Here are some great recommendations for Easter brunch, organized by different brunch categories.
BEST EASTER BRUNCH BUFFETS
City Tap House: For a fun and reasonably priced brunch buffet, head to City Tap House. Priced at $40 per person City Tap House will have three elaborate brunch stations, one hot, one cold, and one with dessert. The hot one will include an omelet and waffle station, the cold one will have bagels, pastries, a make your own parfait station, and even a fresh juice bar. The dessert section will have an fabulous chocolate fountain display. There will also be a make your own mimosa bar, complete with different juices for $12.00, and an Easter beer flight as well. There are two seatings, one at 11:00am and one at 1:30pm.
Teddy & The Bully Bar: This Dupont Circle venue has a unique take on their Easter brunch buffet. Unlimited sides such as Mac n cheese and sweet potato casserole, along with an with a omelet station and an ice cream station will be offered in addition to your choice of an appetizer and main course for $55 a person.
BEST BOTTOMLESS EASTER BRUNCHES
Alba Osteria: For $29.95 guests at Alba Osteria can enjoy a bottomless brunch which includes all you can eat breakfast pizzas, egg dishes, and pancakes, along with as many cocktails as you want! Bottomless brunch must be ordered by the entire table, but you and your dining group can choose to order items a la carte if everyone doesn't want to do the bottomless deal. There will be live jazz music to make your experience even more enjoyable!
Ping Pong Dim Sum: It may not be traditional Easter fare, but who can turn down the $36 dim sum and bottomless mimosa deal this hotspot is offering this Easter? Enjoy your own tableside mimosa bar, and take advantage of their 15% off deal which will apply to anyone who shows up in Easter gear, whether that’s your pajamas or a bunny-inspired costume.
BEST PRIX FIXED EASTER BRUNCH MENUS
NoPa Kitchen + Bar: This fine dining venue is offering a 3 course menu for $40 per person on Easter. The menu is modern American with Italian influences. Highlights being offered for the holiday include a ricotta agnolotti, eggs Benedict, French toast, and for dessert liege waffles and maple pecan sticky buns.
Kapnos: For $39 guests at Kapnos can indulge in a decadent 3 course menu, with loads of choices for each course. Everything from Greek bagels to scrambled eggs and omelets to baklava French toast is on this extensive menu. Reservations can only be made over the phone, so give them a call as soon as possible to book a table.
BEST A LA CARTE EASTER BRUNCHES
1789: For a truly fancy Easter brunch, 1789 is your place. This a la carte menu will feature treats such as an apple strudel, a Brussels sprouts salad, and Vidalia onion soup for appetizers, a spring vegetable frittata and challah French toast as main courses, and much more.
Nage: This casual venue is offering an a la carte menu, with your choice of adding on a bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for $15. The a la carte is fabulous with items such as stuffed French toast, lemon zest pancakes, and baked avocado huevos rancheros.