There is no better holiday for a Bitch in Washington than the Fourth of July. The patriotic celebrations and picturesque views of the fireworks are ideal for celebrating our home country. Whether you’re looking to join the festive crowds at The Mall or are opting for a more low-key affair, we have your American Agenda. So strap on that Red, White and, Blue and revel in living life of the American Dream.
Feasting on a Festive Friday Brunch
Boundary Road is getting in on toasting to America the Beautiful featuring all-American fried chicken buckets, $4 D.C. Brau beers, and Rickey cocktails. If you’re heading out to other festivities and can’t make it to dine-in, chicken buckets can be reserved at 202-450-3265. Brunch will be served from 11-3 P.M. at 414 H Street N.E., Washington, D.C.
Richard Sandoval’s many D.C. establishments are serving up brunch fare for all those in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Check out his American-appropriate melting pot of cuisines at both locations of El Centro, Masa 14, or Zengo on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Read our review of El Centro here, Masa 14 here, and Zengo brunch here. El Centro D.F. is located at 1819 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. and 1218 Wisconsin Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. Find Masa 14 at 1825 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. and Zengo at 781 7th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Celebrate the Founding Fathers at Founding Farmers which is dishing out a delicious pre-fourth Friday Brunch. Get an early start and indulge on their extensive brunch menu beginning at 7 A.M. on Friday. George would only think it’s right for you to gorge on their beignets and stuffed French toast. Read our review of Founding Famers here. Founding Farmers is located at 1924 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C.
Soak in America’s Latin influence at Tico’s Friday brunch. Our favorite meal’s fare will be served starting at 10 A.M. Be sure to grab a margarita or tequila and toast to this country’s rich and diverse culture on Friday. Read our review of Tico here. Tico is located at 1926 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Celebrate the Fourth on Saturday
Glen’s Garden Market is staying true to their local philosophy while celebrating the entire nation with their Fourth of July brunch. Their regularly scheduled brunch will be showcasing apple, peach, and salted caramel pies from Whisked!, all-American hot dogs topped with local company’s Chup’s peach ketchup, and all the beer and wine to get your fill. Read our review of Glen’s brunch here. Glen’s is located at 20001 S Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
An all-day Brunch is what a Bitch a wants. Luckily, Bar Pilar and Cafe St.Ex are delivering just what the doctor ordered with brunch featuring eggs and Bloody Marys until 8 P.M. Fuel up for the fireworks with poached lobster salad and fried chicken biscuits on the holiday. Read out interview with chef Jesse Miller here and read our review of Bar Pilar brunch here. Bar Pilar is located on 1833 14th Street N.W. and St.Ex can be found at 1847 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Sing the Pledge of Allegiance at Satellite Room’s Fourth of July party featuring Whisked! pies, Timber. Co pizzas, and Jim Beam punch for $15. Drink specials will also be available all day for those trying to savor honoring the Stars and Stripes. Tickets for the party are available here. Check out our recent review of Satellite Room here. Satellite Room is located at 2047 9th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Get something different this Fourth at Graffiato’s lobster bake this holiday weekend. Lick your lips after digging in to a pound of lobster, corn on the cob, sausage, potatoes, and cornbread. The cost for the crustacean-filled feast is $39.Read our review of Graffiato brunch here. Reservations can be made here. Graffiato is located at 707 6th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
Revel at Republic’s Freedom Fest, which is serving up BBQ, beer, and live music. Tickets can be scored to the party for $40 for either 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. or 3 to 7 P.M. sessions, or an all day ticket for $70 here. Score your spot here and read our review of Republic here. 6939 Laurel Avenue Takoma Park, Maryland.
Dine in honor of one of our country’s favorite leaders at the Fourth of July brunch at Lincoln. The restaurant is serving up a full barbecue buffet and you can whet your presidential whistle on $3 Miller Lites and PBR’s and $30 punch bowls. Read our review of Lincoln brunch here. The party runs from 2-11 P.M. at 110 Vermont Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C.
Although Teddy is usually back of the pack at Nat’s game races, he’s has always been a front-runner when it comes to brunch. Head to the historical while happening spot Teddy and the Bully Bar for a barbecue buffet alongside $5 Heavy Seas IPAs and $8 cocktails. Do what Maryland does and opt for garlic-spiced local crabs for $12 for three; $24 for six; and $48 per dozen. Read our review of Teddy and the Bully Bar here. It is located at 1200 19th Street N.W, Washington, D.C.