Easter may seem far away, but it is really just around the corner. As you may know from past years, reservations get snapped up early, so book your table as soon as you can. All of the below listed venues offer a fun and tasty way to enjoy the holiday. Each one is great for groups, and equally as nice for a small Easter brunch for two.

1905 Bistro & Bar
1905 9th St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 332-1905
www.1905dc.com

This popular dining venue offers a great brunch menu for Easter that includes classic dishes with a twist. Scrambled eggs come on a brioche bun with green tomatoes and sriracha mayo, while the truffled egg salad sandwich is served with piping hot frites. Enjoy warm bread served with honey butter, and waffles that come with bananas. Brunch beverages are also available, including mimosas, bloody marys and hot chocolate.

Roofer’s Union
2446 18th St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-7663
www.roofersuniondc.com

The glass-enclosed second floor dining room is the best place to enjoy Easter brunch, where large parties are welcome and service is friendly and accommodating. The brunch menu has something for everyone, including donut holes, Belgian waffles, biscuits and more. Be sure to order a mimosa to go with your meal. Afterwards, head to the rooftop for a sampling of its daily punch bowl.

Birch and Barley
1337 14th St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 567-2576
www.birchandbarley.com

Birch and Barley is one of DC’s most popular brunch spots, and for good reason. It offers a great $30 brunch option that includes fresh house-made donut holes, your choice of two brunch cocktails, choice of your entrée and bottomless coffee or iced tea. All in all, it’s a great deal, especially for Easter. Entrée choices range from omelets and quiches to flatbread and salads. But it is safe to say that the best part of the meal will be the donuts.

Lupo Verde (Credit, Priya Konings)

Lupo Verde
1401 T St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 827-4752
www.lupoverdedc.com

For a delicious, Italian Easter brunch in a charming, rustic setting, head to Lupo Verde. Highlights on the menu include a mushroom frittata, homemade pasta, grapefruit and orange carpaccio, French toast with pear jam and pizza. Be sure to try some of the house-made breads such as the croissants, mini muffins, donuts and brioche. Cocktails, beer and wine are also available.

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Alba Osteria (Credit, Priya Konings)

Alba Osteria
425 I St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 733-4454
www.albaosteriadc.com

Alba Osteria offers a great brunch deal that includes mimosas, bloody marys and unlimited brunch plates for $34.95. Indulge in pancakes, scrambled eggs, pizza and poached eggs. Order a bunch of them and share, it is the best way to sample the menu. Dessert is not included in the unlimited menu, but if you have room, order the bread pudding or the fried apple rings, which come with caramel sauce and vanilla gelato.

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Priya Konings is a freelance writer and restaurant critic in Washington D.C. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.