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Eater’s Columbus Day Brunch Guide

Celebrate with brunch on Monday

Le Diplomate
Tierney Plumb is the editor of Eater DC, covering all things food and drink around the nation's capital.

Columbus Day is Monday, and for those who don’t have to work, that means brunch is in the cards. For those lucky folks, restaurants are offering a rare weekday brunch on October 10.

Places like Tico and Ventnor are hosting bottomless mimosa brunches (after all, a long weekend just wouldn't be complete without mimosas on a Monday.)

Monday also doubles as a sports day, as the baseball playoffs are on. So that means some bars will be extra lively on a weekday. Some of the usual suspects who participated in the last holiday—Labor Day—are doing the same this time around, like all of EatWell DC’s spots (though this holiday’s participant list isn’t as long).

Eater is keeping track of the brunch options, organized here by neighborhood. Offering brunch service on Monday? Send details to

Adams Morgan

Ventnor (with bottomless mimosas until 3 p.m.)

Atlas District

Boundary Road


El Camino

Capitol Hill


Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery

Downtown/Foggy Bottom

Founding Farmers

Toro Toro

Circa (all locations)

Dupont Circle



El Centro D.F.

Farmers Fishers Bakers

Orange Anchor

Logan Circle/U Street

Bar Pilar

Cafe Saint-Ex


El Centro


Le Diplomate

Logan Tavern

Lupo Verde

Masa 14

Pearl Dive

The Pig

Provision 14


Penn Quarter/Chinatown

City Tap House


The Partisan

Red Apron


Shaw/Ledroit Park

The Royal (and happy hour runs all day)

Southwest Waterfront

Station 4


Cava Mezze

Founding Farmers

Kapnos Kouzina


Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery

Cava Mezze

Copperwood Tavern

Founding Farmers

Kapnos Taverna

La Sandia

Open Road

Rustico (Alexandria and Arlington)