12 Bottomless Brunches Not to Miss
If you're hungry for endless options, add these spots to your weekend plans.
Brunch: the essential urban weekend activity with never-ending mimosas and avocado toast. It’s the time when people unwind from a long week and celebrate with friends over a lingering meal. While a la carte menus are all fine and good, nothing captures that shared experience quite like an all-you-can-eat feast. Here are 12 restaurants that won’t leave you hungry. (Although you may need a nap afterward.)
Brunch at this Aussie eatery in Clarendon finds drink bargains such as penny mimosas, 50-cent beers and $2 Bloody Marys, plus dishes ranging from chipped beef with gravy, beetroot fritters and sweet-potato-chorizo hash to lamb pie or Caesar salad with bacon and poached egg. The $35 weekend brunch (10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) comes with unlimited small plates, so long as the entire table orders the brunch deal. Plates must be ordered at a time and there’s a two-hour limit.
2950 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington