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Bottomless Brunches That Will Turn Your Weekend Into a Blur

Let the bloody marys and mimosas flow — just don’t forget to eat

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Adults-only Swingers Crazy Golf in Dupont and Navy Yard added bottomless Sunday brunch service this summer.
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Among the many topics D.C.-area residents take seriously, brunch outshines them all once the sun rises over the weekend morning, with Baltic fare from Ambar, bottomless oysters at Brine, dim sum from Woodley Park’s Han Palace, all alongside plenty of that liquid sunshine known as mimosas for the bleary-eyed. There’s something for everyone between bottomless deals, those tried-and-true essential brunch spots, sunny, portable breakfast sandwiches, and the hottest new brunches landing in the region.

Here’s a list of the top spots for bottomless brunch deals around the D.C. area, taking into account special dishes, drink selection, or overall value. All of the following offer a little something special beyond the bottomless mimosas.

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Han Palace (multiple locations)

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Woodley Park’s new dim sum destination doesn’t have push carts, but dim sum dishes like crab meat dumplings, scallion pancakes, and roast duck fly out of the kitchen to the tune of bottomless mimosas. It swings open on the weekends at 11 a.m. and on weekdays at 11:30 a.m. An additional location sits on Barracks Row.

A wooden table topped with a colorful selection of dim sum dishes.
A selection of dim sum dishes at Han Palace.
Han Palace

TAKODA - Rooftop Restaurant & Beer Garden (multiple locations)

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The beloved Shaw bar that just expanded to Navy Yard offers three-course weekend brunch with bottomless mimosas for $53 with a 90-minute time limit (11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.). Food and drink can also be ordered a la carte.

Nama Ko

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Michael Schlow’s hot new Japanese restaurant offers a $35 bottomless brunch deal featuring three offbeat options: a sakura bellini, lychee saketini, and yuzu mimosas. A la carte orders include a section of “dimsum-ish” dishes, spicy duck confit hash, a fried egg-topped kobe burger, and list of specialty rolls.

HalfSmoke

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Maybe the best unlimited brunch is the one not limited to the weekend. That’s the beauty of the Halfsmoke brunch, which offers a brunch entree and bottomless mimosas all day, every day for $45. The Halfsmoke lovers hash with Halfsmoke Italian sausage, eggs, potato hash, and white mushroom gravy is a solid savory choice. Sweet options don’t disappoint either, with a Cinnamon Toast Crunch-flavored French toast. There’s also a bottomless daily happy hour (5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) with all sorts of cocktails for $25.

Vagabond Bar and Kitchen

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The chic tropical newcomer on 18th Street NW is the place to be on weekends, when bottomless brunch is $44. The deal includes one entree like chilaquiles and açai bowls alongside unlimited brunch cocktails — sangria, espresso martinis, punches, and Micheladas — for 1.5 hours.

PILAR DC

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Logan Circle’s seafaring standby resurfaced with a fresh cast of dishes and drinks that speak to Ernest Hemingway’s worldwide travels, notably his time spent sailing around the Mediterranean and Havana. Weekend brunch starring $25 bottomless mix-and-match bubbly cocktails (noon to 4 p.m.) is listed on the menu near a spot-on quote from the literary legend: “If I have any money, I can’t think of any better way of spending money than on Champagne.”

Bar Pilar’s seafood-heavy menu includes pan-seared halibut atop asparagus and grilled shrimp skewers. 
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Located in Dupont Circle’s Lyle D.C. hotel, this contemporary American spot pours bottomless portions of smart sparklers with OJ, blood orange, pear elderflower liqueur, or lavender lemon; plus an umami-rich bloody Mary with miso for $28. Brunch dishes include fresh juice and smoothies, bodega breakfast sandwiches on Martin’s potato rolls, pistachio granola, and fried chicken and waffles. Brunch runs on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with live DJs.

Sette Osteria

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The Italian standby for crispy pies and pasta has a whale of a bottomless deal. Enjoy an endless, two-hour stream of mimosas and bellinis, for $20 in Dupont and on 14th Street NW, with any food order from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Agora Dc

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At Dupont’s Mediterranean mezze restaurant, chef Ismet Sahin draws a crowd with stand-out Turkish, Lebanese, and Greek small plates. Brunch is generous with unlimited small plates like flat breads, smoked salmon with labneh, deviled eggs with black truffle, and roasted red pepper spread; the two-hour affair also includes unlimited bloody Marys and mimosas ($48). For an extra $20, indulge in Prosecco with sour cherry or other fruit juices.

Logan Tavern

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It’s now bottomless brunch all day, every day at this casual American standby. For $22, get endless mimosas and bloody marys alongside dishes like buttermilk biscuits and gravy or steak and eggs. After 20 years, EatWell DC just handed off the restaurant to a local couple that formerly ran Tasting Room Georgetown and Sliced & Brewed. Daily happy calls for under-$10 cocktails from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and again from 9 p.m. to close.

Swingers Crazy Golf - Dupont Circle (multiple locations)

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The London-born mini-golf bar for adults in Dupont and now Navy Yard debuts its first-ever bottomless brunch in D.C. in June. The two-hour “Sunday Set” package ($75 per person) features bottomless cocktails, unlimited crazy golf, table reservations, and a DJ. Cash in a $20 food voucher for fare from its resident food hall stalls (KneadZa Pizza, TuTaco tacos, Succotash burgers, indulgent Mah-Ze-Dahr desserts). Bottomless bellinis in seven fruity flavors like white peach, mango, and blood orange join an endless stream of mimosas, margaritas, and sparkling wine. Seatings for putt-putt parties up to 20 are 12:30 p.m.; 2 p.m.; and 3:30 p.m.

Swingers customers can go bottomless on the golf courses, too.
Swingers Crazy Golf

Dupont Circle’s Levantine cafe holds a generous brunch with bottomless drinks and starters, plus one dish from each section of the menu for $48 for 90 minutes. Hummus, labneh, baba ghanoush and fried halloumi with pine honey could begin the meal, followed by confit beef short rib and scrambled eggs or shaksuka. Brunch lands on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Opt for endless bloody marys and a build-your-own mimosa bar stocked with juices, syrups, and fresh fruits. Another location is en route to Bethesda.

A sign in the background reads “We’ve got brunch.” In the foreground, a flute of sparkling and a white plate topped with fresh baby arugula and poached eggs atop English muffins.
Ala serves bottomless dishes and bottomless drinks at brunch.
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Le Clou

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Chef Nick Stefanelli’s glam French restaurant at the foot of the Morrow hotel offers a baller bottomless option during brunch. Opt an endless stream of Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial ($75), Veuve Clicquot Rosé ($150), or Dom Pérignon ($350) with a two-hour time limit.

Casta's Rum Bar

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The West End’s lively Cuban and cigar bar offers an endless stream of seasonal mimosas on weekends for $35.

Mount Vernon Triangle’s Mexican darling sets a lofty bar for bottomless brunches, churning out both bottomless booze and food ($65 per person, or $40 just for food) in a chic dining room washed in comforting neutrals and accented with rustic wooden beams and tables. Wash down birria tacos, churros, tuna ceviche, and salmon with tequila bloody marys, mimosas, and margaritas on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Il Piatto Restaurant

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Restaurateur Hakan Ilhan’s Italian restaurant near the White House offers a prix-fixe menu and bottomless mimosas for $34.95 per person (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) on Saturdays and Sundays. Brunch highlights include arancini, meatballs, tiramisu French toast with mascarpone and cocoa, Italian shaksuka with tomatoes, roasted peppers, sunny-side up eggs, and crostinis, and limoncello panna cotta.

Arancini at Il Piatto.
Il Piatto

Duke's Grocery

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D.C.’s beloved British stalwart, with locations in Navy Yard, Woodley Park, and Foggy Bottom does bottomless “Tea Time” from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. The all-you-can-drink lineup of hot toddies, Irish coffees, espresso martinis, and bourbon vanilla sweet teas comes with a 90-minute limit ($29).

Brine’s over-the-top bottomless brunch offerings makes anyone king — for at least a morning. For two hours, enjoy unlimited East Coast oysters, mimosas, rum punch, bloody marys, prosecco, brunch starters (and one brunch entree) for $120. A second location recently arrived in Dupont.

A two-level tower of iced raw oysters on the half shell.
Bottomless oysters are on offer at Brine during brunch.
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Union Pub

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Union Pub’s bottomless brunch includes free-flowing bubbly, mimosas, and poinsettias, alongside a la carte eggs, sausage, ham, breakfast burritos French toast grilled cheese, and more. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Endless drinks are $26 per person with a 90-minute time limit.

Ambar Capitol Hill

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With unlimited small plates ($34.99) plus an additional $12.99 for bottomless cocktails, Ambar’s Balkan brunch is one of the loveliest deals in town. Dishes include Balkan sliders with grilled pork neck; crispy cheese pie with roasted pepper cream and yogurt; sudzuk beef flatbread with smoked beef sausage, sheep milk cheese, and truffle oil; veal soup, plus spreads and charcuterie. There are traditional mimosas, but flavors like mango hibiscus and peach lavender make the weekend glow. Brunch runs on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. An additional D.C. location recently landed in Shaw.

Easy Company

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The Wharf’s waterfront wine bar rolled out bottomless brunch in June (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.). The weekend deal ($34) includes a buffet station full of fruit, eggs, potatoes, sausage, and biscuits with a choice of any full-sized entree like its burger, omelette, and smashed avocado on sourdough. Bottomless mimosas by themselves are $33, with orange, pineapple, or cranberry juice options, or opt for both (food and mimosas) for $63.

Flora Flora

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The stylish Mexican-Peruvian restaurant in the Wharf’s Pendry hotel added a “Sangria Sin Fin” bottomless option to its new brunch menu in September. Order an entree, guacamole for the table, and endless pours of Flora Flora’s three sangrias (for 90 minutes) for $60.

Flora Flora just added a bottomless brunch menu.
Liz Clayman

Han Palace (multiple locations)

Woodley Park’s new dim sum destination doesn’t have push carts, but dim sum dishes like crab meat dumplings, scallion pancakes, and roast duck fly out of the kitchen to the tune of bottomless mimosas. It swings open on the weekends at 11 a.m. and on weekdays at 11:30 a.m. An additional location sits on Barracks Row.

A wooden table topped with a colorful selection of dim sum dishes.
A selection of dim sum dishes at Han Palace.
Han Palace

TAKODA - Rooftop Restaurant & Beer Garden (multiple locations)

The beloved Shaw bar that just expanded to Navy Yard offers three-course weekend brunch with bottomless mimosas for $53 with a 90-minute time limit (11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.). Food and drink can also be ordered a la carte.

Nama Ko

Michael Schlow’s hot new Japanese restaurant offers a $35 bottomless brunch deal featuring three offbeat options: a sakura bellini, lychee saketini, and yuzu mimosas. A la carte orders include a section of “dimsum-ish” dishes, spicy duck confit hash, a fried egg-topped kobe burger, and list of specialty rolls.

HalfSmoke

Maybe the best unlimited brunch is the one not limited to the weekend. That’s the beauty of the Halfsmoke brunch, which offers a brunch entree and bottomless mimosas all day, every day for $45. The Halfsmoke lovers hash with Halfsmoke Italian sausage, eggs, potato hash, and white mushroom gravy is a solid savory choice. Sweet options don’t disappoint either, with a Cinnamon Toast Crunch-flavored French toast. There’s also a bottomless daily happy hour (5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) with all sorts of cocktails for $25.

Vagabond Bar and Kitchen

The chic tropical newcomer on 18th Street NW is the place to be on weekends, when bottomless brunch is $44. The deal includes one entree like chilaquiles and açai bowls alongside unlimited brunch cocktails — sangria, espresso martinis, punches, and Micheladas — for 1.5 hours.

PILAR DC

Logan Circle’s seafaring standby resurfaced with a fresh cast of dishes and drinks that speak to Ernest Hemingway’s worldwide travels, notably his time spent sailing around the Mediterranean and Havana. Weekend brunch starring $25 bottomless mix-and-match bubbly cocktails (noon to 4 p.m.) is listed on the menu near a spot-on quote from the literary legend: “If I have any money, I can’t think of any better way of spending money than on Champagne.”

Bar Pilar’s seafood-heavy menu includes pan-seared halibut atop asparagus and grilled shrimp skewers. 
Kimberly Kong

Lyle's

Located in Dupont Circle’s Lyle D.C. hotel, this contemporary American spot pours bottomless portions of smart sparklers with OJ, blood orange, pear elderflower liqueur, or lavender lemon; plus an umami-rich bloody Mary with miso for $28. Brunch dishes include fresh juice and smoothies, bodega breakfast sandwiches on Martin’s potato rolls, pistachio granola, and fried chicken and waffles. Brunch runs on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with live DJs.

Sette Osteria

The Italian standby for crispy pies and pasta has a whale of a bottomless deal. Enjoy an endless, two-hour stream of mimosas and bellinis, for $20 in Dupont and on 14th Street NW, with any food order from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Agora Dc

At Dupont’s Mediterranean mezze restaurant, chef Ismet Sahin draws a crowd with stand-out Turkish, Lebanese, and Greek small plates. Brunch is generous with unlimited small plates like flat breads, smoked salmon with labneh, deviled eggs with black truffle, and roasted red pepper spread; the two-hour affair also includes unlimited bloody Marys and mimosas ($48). For an extra $20, indulge in Prosecco with sour cherry or other fruit juices.

Logan Tavern

It’s now bottomless brunch all day, every day at this casual American standby. For $22, get endless mimosas and bloody marys alongside dishes like buttermilk biscuits and gravy or steak and eggs. After 20 years, EatWell DC just handed off the restaurant to a local couple that formerly ran Tasting Room Georgetown and Sliced & Brewed. Daily happy calls for under-$10 cocktails from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and again from 9 p.m. to close.

Swingers Crazy Golf - Dupont Circle (multiple locations)

The London-born mini-golf bar for adults in Dupont and now Navy Yard debuts its first-ever bottomless brunch in D.C. in June. The two-hour “Sunday Set” package ($75 per person) features bottomless cocktails, unlimited crazy golf, table reservations, and a DJ. Cash in a $20 food voucher for fare from its resident food hall stalls (KneadZa Pizza, TuTaco tacos, Succotash burgers, indulgent Mah-Ze-Dahr desserts). Bottomless bellinis in seven fruity flavors like white peach, mango, and blood orange join an endless stream of mimosas, margaritas, and sparkling wine. Seatings for putt-putt parties up to 20 are 12:30 p.m.; 2 p.m.; and 3:30 p.m.

Swingers customers can go bottomless on the golf courses, too.
Swingers Crazy Golf

ala

Dupont Circle’s Levantine cafe holds a generous brunch with bottomless drinks and starters, plus one dish from each section of the menu for $48 for 90 minutes. Hummus, labneh, baba ghanoush and fried halloumi with pine honey could begin the meal, followed by confit beef short rib and scrambled eggs or shaksuka. Brunch lands on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Opt for endless bloody marys and a build-your-own mimosa bar stocked with juices, syrups, and fresh fruits. Another location is en route to Bethesda.

A sign in the background reads “We’ve got brunch.” In the foreground, a flute of sparkling and a white plate topped with fresh baby arugula and poached eggs atop English muffins.
Ala serves bottomless dishes and bottomless drinks at brunch.
Ala/Facebook

Le Clou

Chef Nick Stefanelli’s glam French restaurant at the foot of the Morrow hotel offers a baller bottomless option during brunch. Opt an endless stream of Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial ($75), Veuve Clicquot Rosé ($150), or Dom Pérignon ($350) with a two-hour time limit.

Casta's Rum Bar

The West End’s lively Cuban and cigar bar offers an endless stream of seasonal mimosas on weekends for $35.

dLeña

Mount Vernon Triangle’s Mexican darling sets a lofty bar for bottomless brunches, churning out both bottomless booze and food ($65 per person, or $40 just for food) in a chic dining room washed in comforting neutrals and accented with rustic wooden beams and tables. Wash down birria tacos, churros, tuna ceviche, and salmon with tequila bloody marys, mimosas, and margaritas on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Il Piatto Restaurant

Restaurateur Hakan Ilhan’s Italian restaurant near the White House offers a prix-fixe menu and bottomless mimosas for $34.95 per person (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) on Saturdays and Sundays. Brunch highlights include arancini, meatballs, tiramisu French toast with mascarpone and cocoa, Italian shaksuka with tomatoes, roasted peppers, sunny-side up eggs, and crostinis, and limoncello panna cotta.

Arancini at Il Piatto.
Il Piatto

Duke's Grocery

D.C.’s beloved British stalwart, with locations in Navy Yard, Woodley Park, and Foggy Bottom does bottomless “Tea Time” from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. The all-you-can-drink lineup of hot toddies, Irish coffees, espresso martinis, and bourbon vanilla sweet teas comes with a 90-minute limit ($29).

Brine

Brine’s over-the-top bottomless brunch offerings makes anyone king — for at least a morning. For two hours, enjoy unlimited East Coast oysters, mimosas, rum punch, bloody marys, prosecco, brunch starters (and one brunch entree) for $120. A second location recently arrived in Dupont.

A two-level tower of iced raw oysters on the half shell.
Bottomless oysters are on offer at Brine during brunch.
Brine/Facebook

Union Pub

Union Pub’s bottomless brunch includes free-flowing bubbly, mimosas, and poinsettias, alongside a la carte eggs, sausage, ham, breakfast burritos French toast grilled cheese, and more. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Endless drinks are $26 per person with a 90-minute time limit.

Ambar Capitol Hill

With unlimited small plates ($34.99) plus an additional $12.99 for bottomless cocktails, Ambar’s Balkan brunch is one of the loveliest deals in town. Dishes include Balkan sliders with grilled pork neck; crispy cheese pie with roasted pepper cream and yogurt; sudzuk beef flatbread with smoked beef sausage, sheep milk cheese, and truffle oil; veal soup, plus spreads and charcuterie. There are traditional mimosas, but flavors like mango hibiscus and peach lavender make the weekend glow. Brunch runs on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. An additional D.C. location recently landed in Shaw.

Easy Company

The Wharf’s waterfront wine bar rolled out bottomless brunch in June (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.). The weekend deal ($34) includes a buffet station full of fruit, eggs, potatoes, sausage, and biscuits with a choice of any full-sized entree like its burger, omelette, and smashed avocado on sourdough. Bottomless mimosas by themselves are $33, with orange, pineapple, or cranberry juice options, or opt for both (food and mimosas) for $63.

Flora Flora

The stylish Mexican-Peruvian restaurant in the Wharf’s Pendry hotel added a “Sangria Sin Fin” bottomless option to its new brunch menu in September. Order an entree, guacamole for the table, and endless pours of Flora Flora’s three sangrias (for 90 minutes) for $60.

Flora Flora just added a bottomless brunch menu.
Liz Clayman

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