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For those looking to truly chow down, A Rake's Progress is offering up an Easter feast this Sunday. (Photo courtesy of A Rake's Progress)
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10 D.C. spots where you can enjoy Easter brunch

Where: José Andrés' Zaytinya, 701 9th St NW

The Deal: For $39, you can enjoy a four-course mezze brunch menu, which includes items like spring pea tzatziki, lamb shoulder horta, and Greek eggs benedict. If you can't make brunch this Easter Sunday, Zatinaya will also be hosting a Greek Easter brunch on April 28.

How to get reservations: Book it on OpenTable.


Where: Dirty Habit, 555 8th St NW (Inside Kimpton Hotel Monaco)

The Deal: Dirty Habit will be offering their usual brunch fare, including pork fried rice omelet, huevos diablos, and beignets with Nutella, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. You may want to stick around though - from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., a "bourbon bunny" will be hopping around and offering half off of bourbon cocktails and pours. Afterwards, Dirty Habit will also be hosting an adult easter egg hunt in their courtyard.

How to get reservations: Call the restaurant at (202) 449-7095, or book it on OpenTable.


Where: Ocean Prime, 1341 G St NW

The Deal: Ocean Prime only offers brunch on a few holidays every year, but the dishes are delicious. The offerings include lobster toast, blood orange mimosas, crab and eggs and more.

How to get reservations: Call the restaurant at (202) 393-0313, or book it on OpenTable.


Where: Radiator, 1430 Rhode Island Ave NW (Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel)

The Deal: Radiator will be offering a brunch buffet, which includes an omelette station, an avocado toast bar, a raw bar and more. Buffet access for adults is $42, but for an extra $10 you can enjoy bottomless drinks. Children under 12 can enjoy the buffet too for $20.

How to get reservations: Call the restaurant at (202) 742- 3150, or book it on OpenTable.


Where: DBGB DC, 931 H Street NW

The Deal: You can enjoy plenty of French-American fare with Easter specials like roasted leg of lamb, rhubarb tart, or a spring surprise - a strawberry charlotte, strawberry mousse, orange with vanilla ice cream.

How to get reservations: You can reserve a table on DBGB's website, via Resy or OpenTable.


Where: Firefly, 1310 New Hampshire Ave NW (Inside Kimpton Hotel Madera)

The Deal: Firefly will be offering up brunch fare like chilaquiles, banana pancakes, avocado tartine, and more. For $15, you can also enjoy a mimosa carafe and a flight of three rosés, called 'Flight of the Firefly.' Plus, everyone gets to take home a mason jar filled with freshly baked cookies!

How to get reservations: Call the restaurant at (202) 861–1310, or book it on OpenTable


Where: A Rake's Progress, 1770 Euclid St NW (The Line Hotel)

The Deal: For those looking to truly chow down, A Rake's Progress is offering up an Easter feast this Sunday. For $95, you can get Easter-themed cocktails, sorghum-glazed ham, hot cross buns, mustard-crusted lamb and more. Plus, The Line Hotel is offering up an Easter egg hunt for kids and adults alike on both Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 - kids can score candy, but adults will win gift certificates.

How to get reservations: Book it on Resy.


Where: Brothers and Sisters, 1770 Euclid St NW (The Line Hotel)

The Deal: Brothers and Sisters will be offering up a buffet-style brunch, which includes a steam bun carving station, a raw bar, dim sum and dessert for $65.

How to get reservations: Book it on Resy.


Where: City Tap (Dupont and Penn Quarter)

The Deal: From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can enjoy build-your-own mimosas for $20, the usual à la carte menu items, plus some special Easter items like Cadbury crème egg French toast. The Dupont location will also have special kid-friendly activities.

How to get reservations: You can book reservations based on location at City Tap's website.

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