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Where to Have Brunch on MLK Day in D.C.

It's a holiday, so there will be brunching.

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Many folks will be off work on Monday due to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Some restaurants are taking advantage by offering Monday brunch service.

Eater is keeping track of the brunches, organized here by neighborhood. Offering brunch on Monday? Send details to dc@eater.com.

Navy Yard

Agua 301: Regular brunch and lunch menus, with bottomless options.

Agua 301 [Photo: Eater.com]

Agua 301 [Photo: Eater.com]

Logan Circle

ChurchKey: They're not technically serving brunch, but ChurchKey will open early at noon on Monday for those who want to load up on beer and fried food.
Tico: Regular brunch menu with bottomless options
Le Diplomate: Regular brunch menu will be served
Logan Tavern: Regular brunch menu

Le Diplomate [Photo: Official] Photo: Le Diplomate

Le Diplomate [Photo: Official]

Atlas District:

DC Harvest: Brunch with extended hours, opening at 10 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.

Arlington:

Texas Jack's: The barbecue restaurant's brunch service debuts Saturday and will also be held Monday.

Texas Jack's [Photo: R. Lopez] [R. Lopez]

Texas Jack's [Photo: R. Lopez]

Penn Quarter:

Penn Commons: A three-course brunch menu there is $19

Barracks Row:

Cava: Brunch will be served at Cava Monday starting at 11 a.m.

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