The Woodland Art Fair is this weekend, and lucky for all you brunch-goers, there are lots of options to choose from within a stone’s throw of the park! Click the logos to check out their menus.
Louie’s Wine Dive & Chevy Chase Kitchen
Sometimes I sound like a broken record, but the beignets here are NO JOKE, people.
Confession: I’ve never had their brunch, but once I saw that Black Velvet on their menu, I was sold! It’s officially on my hit list.
Josie’s (Lexington location)
It doesn’t Goetta (see what I did there?) much better than all-day breakfast!
The Sage Rabbit
Confession #2: I haven’t brunched here yet, either! However, I have had dinner (excellent) and I did work alongside the owner, Chef Foster, at Sullivan University, whose work is pure genius. In fact, he might be partly to ‘blame’ for my becoming a foodie. In any event, The Tipsy Frenchman sounds delightful, and some of my foodie friends could totally get behind the Cajun oyster Po Boy with bleu cheese mayo. If there’s ever a shrimp version (*hint hint*) I’ll be all about it.
Bear & The Butcher
Like giant portions? How about mimosa bars? This spot is for YOU!
Confession #3: You guessed it. Sorry people, I went through a brief brunch drought and it’s starting to show itself! Sadly, their brunch* menu isn’t posted online, BUT I’ve been there for dinner twice, and not only did neither meal disappoint, but both were EXCELLENT.
*They are only open for brunch on Saturday.
If you happen to hit Lynaugh’s, The Sage Rabbit, or Walker’s this weekend, let me know what you thought!