6 New Brunches to Try This Weekend 

6 New Brunches to Try This Weekend 


Supra

1205 eleventh St., NW

The District’s first Georgian eating place launches brunch this weekend. Chef Malkhaz Maisashvili creates dishes like a mashup among kachapuri (tacky bread) packed with shakshuka (eggs and veggies baked in highly spiced tomato sauce). also search for dips and salads, sandwiches, stuffed omelettes, and extraordinary brunch cocktails proposing substances like Georgian wine, beet juice, and apple moonshine. Saturday and Sunday

Chloe 

1331 4th St., SE

Veteran DC chef Haidar Karoum starts brunch at his airy military backyard restaurant this weekend. The proof/Doi Moi/Estadio alum attracts from his professional and private past for eclectic menus. at some point of the day, this indicates dishes like smoked salmon tartines and wagyu cheesesteaks along soft-scrambled eggs with wild mushrooms and goat cheese—plus micheladas, pockets-friendly bubbly, and mimosas by the carafe. Saturday and Sunday

Requin 

a hundred District Sq., SW

Brunch via the water at restaurateur Mike Isabella’s svelte French brasserie on the Wharf.  a few favorites from the night menu carry over—bone marrow, French onion soup—plus innovative daylight hours plates like a croissant Benedict with ham and wilted veggies, and pancakes soufflé  à la bananas foster. The bar specializes in Champagne, so move ahead and indulge. Saturday and Sunday

Nocturne

1932 ninth St., NW

If bottomless cocktails and doughnuts sound sweet (in an amazing manner), check out Nocturne. Shaw’s avant garde bar internal a Sugar Shack doughnut save has been dabbling in Sunday brunch pop-ups, and the subsequent one is this week (February 18th). Seatings ($40) for at eleven:30 AM, 1:15 PM, and 3 PM include bottomless libations like the Waffle house Index (butter-pecan whiskey, orange-vanilla curd, maple gel), plus sweet and savory carbs like smoked salmon beignets and glazed doughnuts. Sunday, February 18

Hula girl

4044 Campbell Ave., Arlington

Channel sunshine with the new brunch menu at this Hawaiian spot in Shirlington. attempt a tropical juice mimosa alongside home made banana bread, salt-cured lomi salmon on a bagel, or a hangover-pleasant breakfast sandwich with American cheese, a fried egg, spicy mayo, and unsolicited mail (it’s a Hawaiian thing, and it’s delicious). Saturday and Sunday

Tico

1926 14th St., NW

Chef Rodrigo Perez is in the back of the new brunch menu at Michael Schlow‘s colourful 14th street spot. count on Latin influences in dishes like a smoked salmon tostada with avocado mousse, buñuelos (mini funnel desserts) from Perez’s native Mexico, and Spanish objects which includes grilled cheese with pan con tomate sauce and cured ham. Saturday and Sunday

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