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The Best Brunches in Bloomingdale

Bloomingdale is one of those mystifying neighborhoods in D.C. It doesn’t land on everyone’s must-visit list, but it’s filled with incredible restaurants worthy of a routine jaunt, regardless of whether you’re a visitor or resident. We are big fans of this suburb, and we rounded up some of our picks on where to gather your pals and set your sights on brunch.

Republic Cantina

Republic Cantina

If there’s one place we can’t get enough of, it’s Republic Cantina. The tacos are tantalizing and the avocado toast is every millennial’s dream. Ideal for those looking for a quick meal, you’ll quickly name it your favorite Tex-Mex spot in our nation’s capital. Read our review here.

Republic Cantina, 43 N St NW, Washington, D.C. (202) 997-4340

Tyber Creek Brunch

Tyber Creek

If you’re looking for something that screams American comfort classics, Tyber Creek is where we recommend you visit. From traditional eggs Benny to shakshuka, there’s something for everyone’s palate and cravings. Read our brunch review here.

Tyber Creek, 84 T St NW, Washington, D.C. (202) 827-3664

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El Camino

You’ll have a tough time deciding on what to order at El Camino because honestly, everything here is a winning platter. They’re the epitome of #BrunchGoals, and that’s thanks in part to Horchata French toast, which is bread soaked in Horchata topped with bananas marinated in orange juice and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Order it first or last, we won’t judge. Read our brunch review here.

El Camino, 108 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, D.C. (202) 667-1000

Pub & The People

The Pub & The People on H Street

Have you ever tried a s’moreffle? Check that off your brunch bucket list at The Pub & The People. It’s advertised perfectly, a graham cracker waffle with marshmallow and melted milk chocolate on top. It’s a modest spot that doesn’t skimp on flavor, exactly how we love it. Read our review here.

The Pub & The People on H Street, 1648 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, D.C. (202) 234-1800

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Boundary Stone

You can have brunch seven days a week at Boundary Stone, and that’s enough reason to visit this humble eatery. Head there on a date and feast on reasonably-priced steak and eggs and sip on bottomless mimosas to your heart’s content. Read our brunch review here.

Boundary Stone, 116 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, D.C. (202) 621-6635

Vinciane Ngomsi

Associate Lifestyle Editor

Vinciane is our Associate Lifestyle Editor, which is a fun way of saying she knows where to find the best plate of nachos in D.C. Food is her love language, and she can prove it by baking you the most delicious coconut crepe cake you've ever eaten. A Kansas City-bred sports writer by day, Vinciane is still on the hunt to find the best BBQ in the DMV area. Her favorite brunch plate is eggs Benedict with a side of candied bacon.

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