You know what the weekend means: fun drinks poured into fancy glasses paired with sprinkled powdered sugar concoctions and decadent eggs Benedict. It’s brunch time!
And whether you’re on the hunt for some awesome drink specials or simply craving a signature dish, there’s certainly no shortage of options when it comes where to grab brunch in NoVA.
Round up a group of friends and check out one of these interesting brunch spots today.
Nothing screams brunch quite like a mimosa. Bubbly champagne made fruitier and sweeter–what’s not to love? If you’re a fan, matchbox in One Loudoun has you covered. For just $25, you can add bottomless mimosas to your order—and not just on the weekend! The brunch menu at matchbox is available all day, every day, and includes chicken and waffles, French toast, and a “hangover burrito.” 44720 Thorndike St., Ashburn
Looking for a brunch spot with unique drink options? Tupelo Honey in Arlington might be just what you’re searching for. While they don’t offer bottomless, this Southern-style restaurant does have two sections of their bar menu devoted entirely to mimosas and bloody marys. Mimosa lovers can try a Pink is the New Mimosa, a tropical-flavored mimosa with honey simple syrup, or the Southern Hospitality, a mimosa featuring peach nectar and pineapple juice.
And let’s not forget team bloody mary. Tupelo Honey’s menu also boasts six takes on this classic drink, including the Queen Mary—a supersized version of their Dixie black-pepper bloody mary with added pickled jalapeño, green bean, cherry tomato, and celery with a lime-salt rim. Their brunch menu is available every day, all week long. 1616 N. Troy St., Arlington
The Bungalow Lakehouse in Sterling has brunch down to a T. Not only do they offer a classic mimosa and a few bloody mary options, but you can also opt for a mimosa flight. For just $14, try each of the four flavors: grapefruit, orange, pineapple, and cranberry. And it doesn’t end there. A bloody mary bar is also available on Sundays from 10:30 to 3 p.m. Pair your drink with one of the brunch menu options, including Chesapeake Benedict and breakfast pizza. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays only, until 3 p.m. 46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling
More of a foodie when it comes to brunching? Palette 22 may be the perfect spot for you. This vibrant Arlington restaurant offers a bottomless brunch where you can indulge in all your cravings by sampling as many of their small-plate options as you’d like for just under $27! Options include shrimp and grits, Dan Dan noodles, French toast sticks, and pumpkin donuts. You can also add on a Bellini, mimosa, or bloody mary for just $4.22. Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays only. 4053 Campbell Ave., Arlington
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