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D.C.: Bitches’ Boo-tastic Brunch Guide

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Boo! It’s the Bitches, or shall we say Witches, Who Brunch. Lucky for us, Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, so we can enjoy the most important meal in costume to score our favorite meal and make it a little less scary.  Treat yourself to fare from any of these delicious brunch destinations.

Our trick? Always a mimosa. Whether it’s a trick or treat, you’re sure to have something good to eat.

BitchBiz: Bitches Who Brunch partners with Silver, The Pig, DC Harvest, Central, and Guajillo. While this article was written independently by Bitches Who Brunch, we do receive compensation from the company.

 

Goblins around the Globe

Get a taste of some scary-good street food at Compass Rose. Nothing will soak up your Saturday night out like the cheesy indulgence of the Georgian Khachapuri. Sample other wordly fare given your appetite thanks to turning into a wravanging werewolf. Read our review of Compass Rose brunch here. Compass Rose, 1346 T St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Compass Rose

 

“Brew”-HA-HA Halooween

Bitches don’t only know champs; they also know their beers. That’s why we’re imbibing at Bluejacket Brewery’s Halloween Bash. The sud-savvy tours will feature vintage beers and wine and hop up at 8:30 and 9:30. Costume contest included. Reservations can be made here and read our interview with Kyle Bailey here. Bluejacket, 300 Tingey St. N.E., Washington, D.C.

 

Ghouls and Guacamole

Day of the Dead celebrations are more delicious thanks to the grub at Arlington’s Guajillo. Top off Fall fare including pumpkin enchiladas, pozole, sopecitos, and complimentary face painting from 12 p.m-3p.m. this Saturday. Dig into your tacos with a Mexican cocktail and make your Day of the Dead the liveliest one yet. Read our review of Guajillo brunch here and happy hour here. Guajillo, 1727 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, V.A.

Guajillo

 

Pick Your Poison at The Pig

Pig out on some spook-alicious and delcious swine at our go-to, The Pig. The Bitches love eating local at this Logan Circle farm-to-table restaurant. Chomp on some charcuterie, chicken and waffles, and channel your inner-zombie by tearing into some face bacon. Read our review of the The Pig here and our interview with Chef Michael Bonk here. The Pig 1320 14th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

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Pumpkins and Pizza

Get your pizza party and pumpkin carving on at Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza. Mini pumpkins are available for decoration for $5. Don’t go hungry this Halloween with kale and pumpkin pizza, pumpkin ravioli, and pumpkin spice gelato. Admission is free and items are available a la carte. The event takes place from 11 a.m until 2 p.m. 926 Wayne Ave. Silver Spring, MD. and 3017 Clarendon Blvd. Arlington, VA.

Harvest on Halloween

Check out all things local at H Street’s D.C. Harvest by sampling long-standing D.C. toque Arthur Ringle’s seasonal menu – don’t miss the house-smoked applewood bacon. Make a day of it with brunch and The Taste of H Street on November 8th. The Bitches will be there. Read our review of D.C. Harvest here . DC Harvest, 517 H St. N.E., Washington, D.C.

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Mummies Gone Mexican-Asian Fusion

Get your bottomless Bitching and “Boos” on at 14th Street Stalwart, Masa 14. Take in all of the tacos, Asian-fare, plus tequila to get your fill before your night of fright. Read our review of Masa 14 here, Masa 14, 1825 14th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

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Haunted with Jose Andres

Dine on Day of the Dead delights at famed D.C. restauranter’s Jose Andres’ Oyamel. Head chef Colin King has created specialty quality tastes and manager Jasmine Chae has curated all you need in a cocktail. The event, running until November 2nd, will feature a live music and drinks from El Lucahador Tequila. We got a sneak peek of the menu, so see what we thought here. Also, relive our best day, Brunch with Jose Andre Day, here. Oyamel, 401 7th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

 

Photo credit: Daniel Swartz of Revamp
Photo credit: Daniel Swartz of Revamp

Spooky in the Suburbs

The Bitches head to Bethesda to Brunch at our new spot, Silver. Dig into classic diner cooking at this go-to for grub. Brunch on the Banana French Toast, Buttermilk Pancakes and Eggs, or the Bison Huevos Rancheros.  Silver, 7150 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda, MD.

Stave off the Sunday Scaries at Central

If you’re feeling a bit under-the-weather after the festivities, head to Central for a bottomless bourgeoise brunch downtown. Read our review here . Central, 1001 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C.

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