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Got Today Off? Here’s Where to Eat Brunch on Columbus Day

Keep the Bloody Marys flowing this Monday

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It’s a federal holiday, which means D.C. restaurants are stretching brunch service into this Columbus Day Monday. For those who have the day off and can relax over pancakes and mimosas, scroll through Eater DC’s list of Monday brunches below for day-off dining inspiration, organized by location.

Local chains like Founding Farmers and Cafe Deluxe are setting up brunches at all locations throughout D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Meanwhile, spots like D.C. Georgian restaurant Supra are serving up gluten-free ricotta pancakes and feta omelets with pork and beef sausage — and Shirlington’s Hula Girl is extending its weekend brunch into Monday with passion fruit mimosas, spicy Bloody Marys, spam and eggs, and banana and macadamia nut waffles.

Offering brunch service? Send details to dc@eater.com, or send a brunch alert through a tweet/Facebook message.

D.C.

Fig & Olive

Farmers & Distillers

Martin’s Tavern

Shaw’s Tavern

The Big Board

Farmers Fishers Bakers

Cafe Deluxe

Boundary Stone

The Pig

Ambar

Masa 14

El Centro

Commissary

The Bird

Supra

Founding Farmers

Virginia

Ambar Clarendon

Del Ray Cafe

Quinn’s on the Corner

Cafe Deluxe

Hula Girl Bar & Grill

Baba

Founding Farmers

Maryland

Cafe Deluxe

Buena Vida

Founding Farmers

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