Edible DC’s roundup of where to dine
Brookland’s Finest will be serving brunch on Monday featuring new items by co-owner and chef Shannan Troncoso. Think Blueberry & Ricotta Waffles with bourbon maple syrup, lemon zest and fresh fruit, Fried Green Tomato Benedict with Pecorino Romano cheese, hollandaise sauce, English muffin, poached eggs and mixed green salad. 3126 12th St NE.
Craving Mexican? Why not try new Buena Vida’s “Bottomless Latin Brunch,” which features unlimited small plates and drinks in an airy, colorful space? Think margaritas, sangria and mimosas and Mexican specialties made with white corn tortillas and chips that are hand made daily in house from organic masa and ingredients that are sourced locally when possible from partner farms that include Cheshire, Langenfeller and Roseda farms. $35 per person, hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 8407 Ramsey Avenue, Silver Spring Maryland.
Farmer’s Fishers Bakers on the Georgetown waterfront will be featuring their Farmers Market Buffet Brunch on Monday, January 21st featuring a spread that has it all: carved meat stations, tacos, fried chicken, a veggie and salad station and of course, a dessert table. 3000 K Street NW.
Fiola Mare will be hosting their new Champagne Brunch which features three-courses, a warm bread basket and bottomless mimosas for $65. Brunch starts at 11:30 a.m. Fiola Mare brunch service starts at 11:30 a.m., reservations through their website or on OpenTable. 3050 K St NW.
Shaw’s Tavern will host the Tavern Drag Brunch with Queen Kristina Kelly. With two seatings at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., diners can make reservations can be made by emailing email@example.com. Order off the the a la carte Southern-inspired brunch menu. 520 Florida Ave NW.
Scotts DC, DC’s new British import will be serving lunch starting at noon. Chef Will Artley has perfected the art of the Scotch egg, which involves an egg, rolled in sausage, then deep fried. It is golden brown and crispy on the outside with a deliciously runny yolk on the inside, and absolutely delicious. Pick a plush corner seat at the bar and a dram of single-cask spirits from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society and have a lovely, Londonesque way to spend a Monday. 927 F Street NW.
Georgian restaurant Supra will be offering their Restaurant Week Brunch menu on Monday, January 21 (MLK Day) from 11:30am-3pm, and also offering their Restaurant Week menu for lunch the rest of next week. Think Georgian appetizers, kebab sandwiches and of course, Georgian signature dish, khachapuri. 1205 11th St NW.