Easter Brunch Best-Bets in DC


After Church, and the Easter egg roll at the White House (of course) you and your loved ones should take a look at what is on the buffet tables of these great restaurants! Here are our top pics for DC’s best brunch menus this March 31.  Even if you don’t celebrate the holiday, the food offered up here may just inspire you to!

The Hay -Adams

Fall down the rabbit hole at The Hay Adams’ Alice and Wonderland themed Easter celebration. The Top of the Hay will have an overwhelmingly delicious buffet Easter morning including a chilled seafood bar,  hand-rolled sushi bar, carving station and dessert table.  The Brunch station is the envy of this event though, with stars like chicken-apple sausage, smokehouse bacon, cranberry foccacia french toast, roasted potatoes, artichoke and goat cheese ravioli, crab cakes and more.  This family friendly brunch is $100 per adult and $50 per child, remember to bring your cameras to get pictures with the Mad Hatter!

Masa 14

The Pre fixe brunch at Masa 14 is a great deal for the hungry and adventurous customer. Set at $25 without alcohol and $35 with creative infusions like bacon bloody Mary and lemon lager order as much as you like, the plates just keep coming. Still hungry after the first wave of spiced salmon steak salad, or masa chicken salad? That’s fine, follow it up with our table favorite, bacon fried rice and the addictive pan dulce! Most orders are topped with a fried egg to add to the perfection, don’t miss out on the adobo-marinated flank steak!


(image: Masa 41′s Pan Dulce)


(The Jefferson’s Greenhouse Restaurant)

The Jefferson

The Jefferson has a great option for the family as they are offering a pre fixe menu that serves up four starters, an appetizer and three desserts for the table to share.  After a enjoying the starters of fruit, pastries, shrimp cocktail and smoothies select your appetizer and entrée. We suggest the crab cake eggs Benedict but loved the creativity in the salmon “en Croute”.  Foodies will also love the fresh house-made fettuccine! I am a huge fan of the sugar-dusted doughnut holes, so save room for the great desserts at the end, which unfortunately you share with the table. That being said,  may I have a table for one? Easter Brunch is $80 for adults and $40 for children.

Beacon Bar and Grill

The Sunday Champagne Brunchat the stylish Beacon Bar and Grill is set at 33 dollars includes a flank steak and omelet stations, and a buffet of salad, pastries and breakfast items.  The Ratatouille is a great choice for veggie lovers and for our carnivores, try the corned beef and hash and the shepherds pie! A table of cakes and pies are also included featuring the Beacon’s famous warm bailey’s golden raisin and croissant bread pudding- a must eat in our opinion!Happy Easter!
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