On the seventh day, God created brunch, and it was good. Not only was humankind blessed with drinking mimosas mid-day on a Sunday, but we were also blessed with the creation of fluffy little clouds of goodness we call the pancake.
You may celebrate the invention of the pancake every weekend, but now the little morsel of deliciousness has a whole week dedicated to its syrupy, butter-smothered euphoria. What better way to brunch than with a mimosa in hand and gourmet pancakes on your plate? There really isn’t a better way.
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Blue Duck Tavern
To pay ode to the pancake, Blue Duck Tavern will be serving up Clemson-Style Blueberry Stacked Pancakes with Pure Bliss Maple Syrup during brunch on Saturday and Sunday. If you’re looking for charming, classy, and delectable brunch, there’s no better place than Blue Duck Tavern. Is it what you’re looking for this weekend for brunch? Read the Blue Duck Tavern Bitching to see if it’s right for you.
Blue Duck Tavern
1201 24th Street N.W.
It’s a pancake fiesta at Jaleo with Tortitas de aceite de olive being served this Saturday and Sunday during brunch. These classic cakes are made with Spanish extra virgin olive oil and served with honey in lieu of your standard maple syrup. This twist on a classic breakfast item gives you the familiarity of the pancake that you crave with a little surprise for your taste buds. Read the Jaleo Bitching to find out what else Jaleo has going on.
480 7th St. N.W.
Perhaps the classic pancake with maple syrup isn’t your thing, or maybe you just want to step outside the box for brunch this week. Zaytinya’s Tiganites, a Greek-style pancake with Greek yogurt and honey is the perfect twist on a classic. They’ll be serving up the Greek-style pancake during brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Read the Zaytinya Bitching to see what else the eatery has to offer.
701 9th Street N.W.
Lafayette at the Hay Adams Hotel
The Lafayette at the Hay Adams Hotel is dishing up hotcakes in a style of your choosing. You can select blueberry pancakes, pecan pancakes, or good ole fashioned plain pancakes accompanied by fresh berries. These hotcakes made quite the impression with the Bitches (I mean they were the runner up for Best Bites pancakes for 2012), by being the perfect balance of crispy on the outside and moist on the inside with blueberries littered throughout. Judge the brunch for yourself, and read the Lafayette at the Hay Adams Hotel Bitching.
The Lafayette at the The Hay-Adams
800 16th Street N.W.
Lavagna is currently the reigning pancake champ, winning the category for the Bitches Best Bites for 2012, so if you’re fancying some flap jacks this is your best bet. According to Cori Sue, the Nutella Ricotta Pancakes are the best things she’s ever eaten—ever. I mean they’ve got Nutella in them, how can you go wrong? Read the Lavagna Bitching to see why this brunch was one of the best for 2012.
539 8th Street S.E.
Old Ebbitt Grille
While we wouldn’t recommend Old Ebbitt Grille for a rowdy brunch with your Bitches, it fits the bill if you’re aiming for a traditional brunch or taking the family out for a bite to eat. They’re dishing up a stack of three fresh, homemade, flapjacks with your choice of bacon, ham, or sausage on the side, all for $11.95. Need more to go on? Read the Old Ebbitt Bitching.
Old Ebbitt Grill
675 15th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20005-5702
Sixth Engine pays tribute to the Hungry Games with their ginormous chocolate chip pancakes. They’re as large as my head and are downright delectable. Be sure to come hungry, and prepared to leave happy. You can get your paws on these morsels during brunch every Saturday and Sunday. Read the Sixth Engine Bitching.
438 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.