Where to Brunch on Labor Day

Let the weekend linger. Enjoy a leisurely midday feast at one of these local restaurants.

Perhaps your usual Monday breakfast is a bowl of cereal or a smoothie (to go) as you fly out the door. But not this Monday. Enjoy the holiday and take some time to relax and indulge.

Dudley’s Sport & Ale (courtesy photo)

Dudley’s Sport & Ale

2766 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Arlington (Shirlington)

Catch the Nats game (they play the Mets at 1:05 p.m.) while chowing down on the sports bar’s mega brunch buffet (11 a.m. – 4 p.m., $35 per person). It includes snow crab clusters, pick-and-peel shrimp, crab tots, ribs, omelets, waffles, eggs Benedict, pizza, wings and more.  From the bar: $5 orange crushes.

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