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Where to Brunch: A Bevy of Choices for Monday

By Rina Rapuano | January 17, 2014 By Rina Rapuano  |  January 17, 2014

While Martin Luther King Jr. Day is about more than a boozy brunch or having a day off, you've still got to eat, right? Here are several spots conveniently serving brunch on Monday:

Marvin serves its new brunch menu, which includes a Norwegian benedict and huevos rancheros, from 11:30 AM-4 PM. Don’t worry - chicken and waffles are still on the menu (202-797-7171).

Hank’s Oyster Bar’s Capitol Hill and Old Town locations will be open from 11 AM-3 PM serving up bloody Mary oyster shooters, oyster po’ boys crab cake benedicts (Capitol Hill, 202-733-1971; Old Town, 703-739-4265).

Richard Sandoval’s DC restaurants - Ambar (202-813-3039), Masa 14 (202-328-1414), El Centro DF (202-328-3131), El Centro Georgetown (202-333-4100) and Zengo (202-393-2929) - will serve bottomless brunch.

All Eatwell restaurants - Commissary (202-299-0018), Grillfish (202-331-7310), The Heights (202-797-7227), Logan Tavern (202-332-3710) and The Pig (202-290-2821) - will be open for brunch. Check with individual restaurants for opening times and menus.

P.J. Clarke's hosts brunch, with dishes like Grand Marnier French toast and caramel-apple pancakes, from 11 AM-4 PM (202-463-6610).

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U Street Corridor
Food21 Decor21 Service16 Cost$31
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Hank's Oyster Bar

Oyster Bar Capitol Hill
Food24 Decor20 Service22 Cost$32
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Hank's Oyster Bar

Food24 Decor20 Service22 Cost$32
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Eastern European Capitol Hill
Food23 Decor22 Service22 Cost$38
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Masa 14

Latin American 14th Street Corridor
Food23 Decor22 Service21 Cost$38
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El Centro D.F.

Mexican 14th Street Corridor
Food21 Decor20 Service19 Cost$29
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Asian Penn Quarter/Chinatown
Food22 Decor22 Service21 Cost$37
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the pig

American 14th Street Corridor
Food23 Decor20 Service22 Cost$33

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