WASHINGTON — Brunch has become the weekend pastime of choice for many D.C.- area diners — and for good reason. The District is well represented on this year’s OpenTable Diners’ Choice Awards for the best brunch restaurants in America.
Who’s on the list?
Sometimes there is nothing better than a mimosa with a side of pancakes, or a Bloody Mary with your eggs and hollandaise, at Sunday brunch. But lots of D.C. restaurants are skipping the classic brunch items and going straight for the unconventional. With everything from crawfish to ramen gracing the menus of the District\’s hottest brunch spots, the D.C. brunch scene is going alternative.
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