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Brunch or lunch on a Sunday near the Natl Gallery

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Amy B. Nov 1, 2007 06:55 AM

Any ideas for a good Sunday brunch near the art museum? Not interested in the Native American cafeteria. Wanted to try Central, Beck's or PS7 but none are open on Sunday for brunch or lunch.

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    dcandohio RE: Amy B. Nov 1, 2007 07:28 AM

    Teaism on 8th near D (I think) is nice if you don't want table service. Cafe Atlantico serves the Latin dim sum brunch. I think Jaleo opens at 11:00. Oyamel opens at 11:30 and has some brunchy items (I just ate there Sunday and it was yummy).

    1. KWynn RE: Amy B. Nov 1, 2007 08:00 AM

      Try Poste (directly across the street in the Hotel Monaco) for French Bistro style brunch. Their Smoked Duck Ruben and Mushroom Omlette are among my favorite items, and if you want something heavier, my husband enjoys the Eggs Houssarde (sp?).
      I'm also a big fan of Clyde's brunch (get the Eggs Chesapeake!) but the service there can be iffy.
      Matchbox now offers Sunday brunch as well (I've been wanting to try it) although knowing them, there will likely be a wait and they don't take reservations. If you end up there please report back as I haven't read anything about their brunch.
      Zaytinya has brunch too but I've never been.

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      Matchbox
      713 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

      Poste Brasserie
      555 8th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

      Clyde's of Gallery Place
      707 7th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

      Zaytinya
      701 9th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

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        Elyssa RE: Amy B. Nov 1, 2007 08:09 AM

        I would recommend checking out the fun and delicious "dim sum" brunch at Cafe Atlantico. Otherwise Poste does a nice, classic brunch (eggs benedict, steak and eggs etc) plus they make great bloody marys.

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