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Best Breakfast & Brunch in Washington DC

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A bright pink bicycle greets you at the entrance of this little cafe located in Georgetown. Step in through the all-glass facade to discover a lively space and an enticing display of baked goodies. The colorful cupcakes taste as good as they look. From cakes and cookies to pies and quiches, you'll find a whole lot of freshly baked delights here. To accompany your treats, they offer a stellar selection of coffee from Stumptown, Intelligentsia, Madcap and other renowned roasters.

Founding Farmers offers fresh food straight from the farm in its elegant ambiance. The menu features typical American favorites of salads, sandwiches, pastas, burgers, steaks, meat and poultry dishes. Try out the signature dishes of Yankee pot roast, farmers meatloaf and rotisserie chicken. Weekday mornings guests can enjoy a nutritious breakfast. On weekends visit for a delectable brunch fare like hearty egg scrambles, thick Belgian waffles, fluffy pancakes and more.

Old Ebbitt Grill is a block from the White House. Power-brokers who prefer old-fashioned favorites, delicious barbecue, rich chili, tasty crab cakes and the thickest, juiciest hamburgers in the city choose to dine here. Most of the vegetables served at the Old Ebbitt Grill hail from local farms. A Sunday brunch is quite popular as well with traditional offerings such as French toast and eggs benedict. Complimentary valet parking is provided.

The Diner is a casual dining restaurant that is open daily for all 24 hours. It is an ideal place to drop in for a coffee in the middle of the night or a very late breakfast. Customers eating alone can sit at long counters while there are tables to accommodate large groups and events. Relish items such as chicken fried seitan, cornmeal crusted catfish and turkey platter, complemented by beverages like floats and milkshakes. Guests can also opt for the weekly specials for a good experience.

Located in the heart of Penn Quarter, Cedar offers locals a modern establishment to dine in. The chef uses his experience to create delectable dishes that beautifully blend together American and French flavors. Cedar loves surprising their guests with a menu that changes seasonally. The preparations use the best ingredients the season has to offer to create tantalizing fares. Those who would like to enjoy their drink and unwind can do so at the lounge that is open late into the night. Their brunch is also highly recommended.

Market Lunch is a must when visiting historic Eastern Market – especially for Saturday morning breakfast! Don’t let the long lines discourage. The wait is definitely worth the scrumptious breakfast and lunch. Market Lunch is mostly known for their famous blueberry buckwheat pancakes, simply called “Blue Buck,” and their crab cake Benedicts. Market Lunch serves an array of delicious breakfast foods including French toast, cheese grits and their large breakfast sandwiches and potatoes. For lunch, Market Lunch serves up their own home fried seafood, crab cakes, soft shell crabs, and hamburgers. The seating area at Market Lunch is very small and quite tight, but nobody seems to mind. Market Lunch is definitely worth it!

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