(USA Today/10Best) --There is something quite indulgent about a leisurely Sunday brunch -- especially if bottomless mimosas are one the menu.
In Washington, DC, there are many restaurants where you can dine on your breakfast favorites late into Sunday afternoon, and sometimes on Saturday, too.
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Popular and pricey, brunch at The Lafayette is the best of the brunch, er, bunch. So, is the award-winning brunch menu at Seasons, one of the restaurants inside the Four Seasons hotel in Georgetown. And the Tabard Inn's brunch is so popular reservations are booked two to three weeks in advance.
The best bargain brunch can be found at Masa 14 and Ambar Restaurant. These bottomless brunches cost $35 per person.
Another great brunch venue is the Roof Terrace Restaurant on the top of the Kennedy Center. They serve up a Sunday brunch buffet from the kitchen.
If, however, you're looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, make your brunch reservation at SAX or Perrys. The former is a burlesque; the later includes drag queens on Sundays.
If you'd like a southern flare to your brunch menu, dine at Georgia Brown's or Cashions Eat Place. You can be sure to find grits on the menu.
Which of these 10 establishments will you try for your next brunch in the district?