From Mouthwatering Mimosas to Authentic Spanish Cuisine, Don’t miss these Five Brunch Spots in Bethesda
Brunch can start off any day on a good note. With delicious food, amazing company, and lots of laughs in a comfy atmosphere, this noontime meal is second to none. Brunch is a celebration that can make every day special--especially in Bethesda. This DC town is home to some of the region’s most appetizing destinations. Explore five of our favorite brunch spots in the area; you won’t be disappointed!
7239 Woodmont Avenue
This classic French bistro is one of Maryland’s best places to visit for brunch. The ambiance is completely catered to exploring and enjoying culinary treasures. The extensive menu highlights an array of French favorites, such as eggs, crepes, and hors d’oeuvres. They also feature a lovely wine and cocktail list (we recommend the Gabi Bloody Mary). Weekend brunch is served on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
7100 Wisconsin Avenue
If you and your party are looking for a healthy and delicious meal, head to True Food Kitchen. The flavorful recipes and chic atmosphere make for a great place to relax and socialize. The brunch menu includes juices and smoothies, salads, pastries, toasts, and creative breakfast combos. There are plenty of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, so it’s a wonderful place for nearly everybody. Their cocktails are also incredible, especially the pomegranate lime mimosa.
7239 Woodmont Avenue
Jaleo is a traditional Spanish restaurant that serves a phenomenal brunch. This spot whips up authentic cuisine prepared in bright and creative ways every Saturday and Sunday until 3 p.m. Guests get to choose two tapas and a brunch entree for $25, along with a glass of Cava. If you’ve never experienced a Spanish brunch, don’t hesitate any longer!
7187 Woodmont Avenue
Seafood lovers will be in heaven at Passionfish. This elegant restaurant is a classy spot for an upscale meal, and the eclectic menu is full of sensational flavors. Enjoy an array of cocktails, mimosas, and other boozy delights. Passionfish features a fresh raw bar as well as other classic brunch dishes with a distinct aquatic flare. Don’t skip out on desserts, like the black cherry crème brûlée.
7910 Woodmont Ave. N.W.
This upscale New American eatery has Bethesda locals swooning. It’s not uncommon to see a line trailing all the way out the door during brunch hours--it’s just that good! Award-winning chef Ype Von Hengst is known for adding creative twists on classics and promoting healthy eating. Silver serves brunch all day long, and the menu is full of all your favorite dishes.