Blue Duck Tavern
One on DC's best Breakfast/Brunch Spots.. their open kitchen makes for unique indoor decor and ambiance... Amazing Eggs Florentine,the yummiest sticky bun complemented by a good cup of coffee ..
gin martini (with blue cheese stuffed olives). bone marrow to start. duck breast. baby vegetables.
We gravitate to this high-toned farm-to-table destination whenever were in the mood for brunch and whenever were trying to satisfy a group of disparate personalities. Service is attentive & polished
Great comfort food, amazing tea list. And one of the most beautiful stoves I've ever seen. -Stephen Hopcraft, Top Chef
BDT fries is a must... and its true, the Apple Pie is the best in town....
Handsome quilts create a restful backdrop to the assured, farm-to-table cooking of the Texas-born, French-trained Sebastien Archambault.
Have a Inside-Out Bloody Mary with brunch. Coolest morning cocktail ever.
Stick with wine and charcuterie in the lounge or peer into the open kitchen from the dining room over a meal of fried sweetbreads, muscovy duck, and 12-hour roasted suckling pigs. [Eater 38 Member]
For a hearty breakfast, head to the tavern and feast on short-rib hash and pecan sticky buns.
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The bathrooms are so fancy, that in every stall there's a toilet AND a sink!
Kevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef
get the bone marrow!
One of our reviewers, Frommer's, says, "Chef Brian McBride likewise combines traditional and state-of-the-art cooking methods and equipment to prepare exquisite, one-of-a-kind dishes."
Despite being a hotel restaurant, Blue Duck does an admirable job of maintaining its own identity as a stellar spot for expertly and creatively crafted American cuisine.
This breakfast heavy tavern features trendy brunch plates like short rib hash w/ horseradish sauce and pork belly eggs benedict. Pork belly eggs benedict!? What could possibly be better than that?
The one thing that you cannot miss at Blue Duck Tavern is its signature apple pie. - Lee Anne Wong, Unique Eats
The pancake is to die for
Amazing marrow, braised short rib, and duck breast. Finish off with apple pie to share with vanilla ice cream and surprisingly good coffee.
Roasted bone marrow to start. Never disappoints.
A contender for best Brunch in DC. Sit outside and order the short rib hash, side of their seasonal veg. Next level status.