Sunday Brunch DC
The boyfriend and I will be in DC for brunch this weekend. We are staying in the Foggy Bottom area. We were thinking about going to Bistrot Du Coin for brunch but are open to suggestions. Both of us are adventurous eaters. Prefer a place that is moderately priced.
You can easily walk to two great brunch places in Georgetown. Both are a little pricey (you'll probably spend $15 per person not including a drink), both definitely have a strong foodie yuppie vibe, both have high quality food.
Pain Quotidien, where you must get the bread basket and try all the different chocolate/nut spreads and preserves (they also have a location in Dupont Circle, which is also not too far); or
Leopold's, where they serve Eastern European-inflected dishes. I was just there for brunch this past weekend, and they served some prepared dishes like omelettes, pancakes, quiche, roast chicken, salads, etc. but also they have an incredible selection of pastries: macarons, lovely fancy cakes, some savory tarts (I enjoyed the olive tart), tea sandwiches. The place feels pretty high-end but the prices are not outrageous.
Although I haven't tried it, I actually got a recommendation from a trusted foodie friend that brunch at Mie n Yu (also on M Street, in Georgetown) is good and an excellent value.
For adventurous eaters, a great option is Cafe Atlantico's Latino Dim Sum brunch. Maybe a little on the pricey side for brunch, but WELL worth it. Delicious and non-typical brunch food, many courses, great drinks. If you are brunch people, you need to check it out.
I also like Cafe St. Ex's brunch very much. Its small and quiet and most of the food is locally sourced and seasonal. The daily strata is always excellent and they have homemade muffins that are good enough to have their own fan club. Coffee is great as well.
Finally, if you are looking for something a little more typical, but very nice, check out the Tabbard Inn. A little typical (benedicts, omelets etc) but very delicious and they make their own doughnuts.