Easter and brunch go together like spring and pastels. If you’re lucky enough to stay in D.C. this Easter season, then you’ll definitely want to locate a great brunch. Make your reservations now, before all of the other Washingtonians beat you to the punch.
City Perch Kitchen + Bar
Easter brunch and a movie? That sounds quite perfect to this bunny. City Perch Kitchen + Bar at the iPic in Bethesda is offering a decadent brunch feast on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The buffet will include favorites like the Infamously Decadent French Toast, crispy chicken and waffles, and biscuits and gravy. Best of all, the Hipster Bunny (yes, you read that right) will visit the brunch for merriment and photo ops. Kids—and adults, let’s be real—are welcome to partake in the egg hunt, as well. The Easter brunch buffet is $48 per adult, $12 per child 12 and younger. If you’re an iPic Gold or Platinum member you can dine for $42. Read our review here. 11830 Grand Park Ave. B, Bethesda.
A great spot for group events, local farm-to-table fare, and divine craft cocktails, DC Harvest has it all. We are big fans of the bottomless mimosas, the cheese plate, the steak hashes, and the ever-changing seasonal entrees. Don’t even think about leaving without trying the s’mores pot du creme. Read our review here. 517 H St. N.E., Washington, D.C.
El Centro D.F.
Want to get away from the families and bunnies? Our favorite modern Mexican spot, El Centro D.F., is hosting an ‘alternative’ Easter brunch, both Saturday and Sunday. If you gave up booze for Lent, this is your spot: Get all the tapas, paired with bottomless drinks for $35. Read our review here. Check out the menu here. Make a reservation for Georgetown here and 14th street here. 1819 14th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Indulge in a delicious and decadent brunch at Fiola Mare for your celebratory Easter feast. This fancy pants spot is perfect for a family holiday—especially if Mom & Dad are picking up the check. Check out our A+ review here. 3050 K St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Brunch at this family-owned restaurant in Capitol Hill is a truly authentic Spanish experience. From the vintage family photos adorning the walls, to the homemade sangria, Joselito transports you to 1940s Spain. In addition to the brunch and regular menu, Joselito will be offering special traditional Easter dishes served in Spain. Each course can be ordered in portion sizes varying from tapas to family style. The beautiful vintage space, welcoming service, and inventive presentations make this brunch perfect for special occasions. Read our full review here. 660 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E., Washington, D.C.
Head to Logan Circle for a very French patio brunch at Le Diplomate. Try the steak & eggs, the moules frites, or French toast with vanilla poached pineapple. You can’t go wrong with anything at this iconic D.C. mainstay. The French cuisine is fresh, authentic, and made with love. Don’t forget to save room for dessert. Read what the Bitches had to say here. 1601 14th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Brunch at Via Umbria is always a treat. Between the family-style servings, the friendly staff, and the communal table–this brunch will make you feel like you’re at an Italian grandmother’s house. This Easter, Via Umbria friends from Italy, Marco and Chiara, will be guest hosting the bottomless Bloody Mary, Bellini, and signature Aperol Spritz affair, but with a special Easter menu created by Chef Liam which includes family style appetizers, a choice of an entree, and of course Italian style dessert. Two seatings are available, but reservations are filling up. Book your spot here and read the review here. 1525 Wisconsin Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Waterfront views and mimosas, does brunch get much better? Osteria Morini will offer three courses, served family-style for $57 per person, $25 per child. The menu includes the renowned homemade pasta and Italian-style desserts. Read our brunch review here. 301 Water St SE, Washington, D.C.
BitchBiz: Bitches Who Brunch partners with DC Harvest, City Perch Kitchen and Bar, Via Umbria, El Centro D.F., La Sandia, and Joselito. While this post was written independently, we do receive compensation from these companies.