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Tengo Hambre May 5, 2009 11:45 AM

Manhattan c'hounder in town for mother's day...i really want to treat my mom to a great brunch on sunday and would love local suggestions. Any area of DC is okay, but if you need specifics i would say downtown, dupont circle, georgetown, or u street corridor. My mom is young and not at all stuffy so a fun and hip location would be a plus. So far i've heard about: Brasserie Beck, Farenheit (at the ritz), Tabard Inn, and Cashion's Eat Place. What do you guys think? Thanks!

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    Elyssa May 5, 2009 11:51 AM

    Cashion's and Tabard Inn are great for brunch. I also love Acadiana, Creme, and Bistro Bis.

    For something hip and different you might want to try CoCo Sala's brunch. I've only been for dinner but I bet the brunch is great!

    You might also like Cafe Atlantico's latin dim sum brunch---something different and unique yet still delicious in a fun, vibrant atmosphere.

    I recommend making reservations ASAP though.

    1. littlew1ng May 5, 2009 11:52 AM

      if you want decadent and hip, coco sala is totally the way to go. best of both worlds.

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        Elyssa May 5, 2009 12:07 PM

        Have you tried their brunch yet? I'm really curious about it.

        I'm going there for drinks tomorrow night. Haven't been since this past Fall and am excited to get back.

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          littlew1ng May 5, 2009 01:24 PM

          i'll be honest, i haven't been for brunch...but my foodie girlfriends have raved about it and when i saw "decadent" it immediately made me think of their chocolate first course and dessert course.

          i have been there for appetizers and drinks...very nice time. my skinny jeans didn't think so though :)

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        Tengo Hambre May 5, 2009 12:13 PM

        Tabard Inn is booked...no surprise. Any opinions on Brasserie Beck or Farenheit?

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          Tengo Hambre May 5, 2009 12:25 PM

          CoCo Sala sounds amazing, but sadly my mom is allergic to chocolate!

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            mselectra May 5, 2009 01:03 PM

            I've never been, but the Sunday brunch at Mansion on O St sounds decadent -- and like it would be something different than a normal restaurant (and they show space still for mother's day): http://www.omansion.com/sundays_mondays/

            1. ktmoomau May 5, 2009 01:18 PM

              I have never been to brunch at Cafe Mozu, but I wish someone would treat me, I like the restaurant normally and their brunch menu is long, pricey but long.

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