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Breakfast around Dupont Circle

I'll be spending Friday night at a hotel near Dupont but don't want to go for a boring hotel breakfast.
Can anyone suggest a good breakfast place that is walkable from Dupont Circle?

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  1. There not a ton in the area that just serve breakfast (mostly brunch). But a few places to check out are Dupont Grille, Kramerbooks or SoHo Coffee on P St.

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    1. re: Elyssa

      Definitely avoid all of these places for breakfast...not worth it. However, right on 21st and P there's a pretty good crepe place called crepes-a-go-go. There's also a bagel shop next door. If you do want a somewhat more traditional breakfast, Luna Grill (not cafe) and Teaism has some good options. There's also always Daily Grill.

      1. re: Jacey

        no way, avoid crepes-a-go-go, for some reason it takes them 20 minutes to make a damn crepe. They are also dry and lame.

    2. Tabard Inn serves breakfast. It's located (ironically) in a lovely old inn on N street. It's not far from most places near Dupont.

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      1. re: dcandohio

        I agree. The Tabard has excellent breakfasts choices for either Continental or American style. By far the best option mentioned so far.

        1. re: dcandohio

          Forgot about Tabard...another good choice.

        2. Luna Grill and Diner is good not fancy or anything, but they have good eggs and stuff. Restaurant K on K st a short walk has good breakfast too.

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          1. re: ktmoomau

            I was going to suggest these two. Luna (on Connecticut) is good price ($3.50 for eggs and toast, $1.00 extra for potatoes) and comfortable place. I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned Teaism?

            Maybe someone can tell you if your hotel does actually have a boring breakfast (since Tabard, for example, IS a hotel).

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            1. Breakfast saturday?

              What about Teaism? Or Hudson? Or Busboys?