Bountiful Brunch

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We’ve had a running “list" of brunches happening across the DC Area and we decided it was time for a refresh! So consider the refresh starting … now. We know that brunch is a weekend do. So whether it’s bottomless or multi-course,  find the latest in area brunches below. You know the drill — as we receive the delish deets, we will post them here for you. You are welcome:
 

China Chilcano
China Chilcano is offering a weekend brunch. Available Saturdays and Sundays, the a la carte menu honors Peru’s rich heritage with China Chilcano’s Japanese Nikkei, Chinese Chifa and Peruvian Criollo influences. Highlights include Ceviche Nikkei de Reolacha, Chaufa de Pato, and more. 419 7th Street NW; 
chinachilcano.com

NEW:  Courtyard Bar at The Fairmont
The New Courtyard Bar at Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown now offers Saturday and Sunday Brunch from 11:00 .a.m until 2:00 pm. Menu offerings include avocado toast, eggs benedict, and more. 2401 M Street NW; 202.429.2400; fairmont.com

Espita
Brunch lovers can rejoice as Espita is officially offering a $30 Mimosa kit during brunch which includes a full bottle of champagne and juice. The Mimosa kit pairs nicely with Espita's 3 course brunch offering with highlights like huevos rancheros and Tlayudas. 1250 9th Street NW; 202.621.9695; espitadc.com

Lupo Pizzeria
Lupo Pizzeria has kicked off their $35 Bottomless "Social Brunch." The deal comes with an entree from their brand new brunch menu, which includes highlights like Tiramisu Creme Crepes, Brunch pizzas including a DIY pie, and classic eggs dishes like the Eggs Benedict. The entre will also come with bottomless drinks from a choice of mimosas, rossini, bellini, or prosecco. 1908 14th Street NW; 202.506.6137;
lupopizzeriadc.com

Succotash Prime
The newly reopened SUCCOTASH Prime in Penn Quarter is open for brunch. Enjoy SUCCOTASH specials like chicken and waffles, hangover special, avocado toast BLT and more. 915 F Street NW; 202.849.6933;
succotashrestaurant.com

The Imperial
The Imperial has debuted a new weekend brunch service, hosted every Saturday and Sunday. Those who have come to love the restaurant’s sea and vegetable-forward cuisine will find 20 menu items, ranging from lump crab benedicts, grouper & grits, a build-your-own smoked trout bagel board, smashed avocado toast and a veggie-packed grit bowl. 2001 18th Street NW; 202.299.0334;  imperialdc.com