We are planning to be in town over Easter weekend. We are looking for someplace nice for brunch, although we don't need a $65 all-inclusive buffet. Maybe a restaurant that's a classic, or something with a really pretty room, or a view.....a place a little more special than everyday but not a high end hotel type restaurant. I realize we are a little late for this, but our time is flexible (i.e. we can eat early). Anyplace in DC is ok. We are also open to VA if that's a good choice. Thank you
Need Easter Brunch in DC suggestion -- nice but not fancy!
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