Reservations are going fast for Easter brunch all around the city. Take a look at these great options, and make your plans today!

If you haven't already made them, you'll find that reservations for Easter brunch in the city are as hard to get as Hamilton tickets for opening night. These four restaurants still have openings, so act fast!


ADDRESS: 974 Palmer Alley NW | Washington, D.C.
METRO: Gallery Place/Chinatown or Metro Center stops

If you're feeling like Italian food this Easter, head to Centrolina. View their special Easter menu here. Choose from such favorites as housemade pasta, whole roasted branzino, roast leg of lamb, and more. For dessert, make sure you try their famous pistachio bomboloni!


Courtesy of Centrolina

Fogo de Chão

ADDRESS: 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue NW | Washington, D.C.
PARKING: Valet or limited street parking

Yes, Fogo de Chão is where you go to indulge in perfectly-prepared meat, but their enormous salad bar is a veggie-lover's dream come true. Service here is downright festive as you choose from choice cuts of meat carved off of long skewers by knife-wielding gauchos. Save room for dessert, and try their chocolate mousse cake or papaya cream. Remember, it's a marathon, not a sprint. Don't fill up on the heavenly cheese bread!

fogo de chao

Courtesy of Fogo de Chão

The Greenhouse at The Jefferson

ADDRESS: 1200 16th Street NW | Washington, D.C.
PARKING: $20 to valet

Enjoy an elegant brunch at The Jefferson and choose from a beautifully crafted special Easter menu. The Seafood Petite Plateau, roasted lamb rack, and miniature pastries would be my personal choice!

The Greehouse at The Jefferson Hotel

Courtesy of The Jefferson Hotel

The Pig

ADDRESS: 1320 14th Street NW | Washington, D.C.
PARKING: Colonial Parking Garage on P Street or park at the Washington Plaza Hotel
METRO: Dupont Circle or McPherson Square stops

This restaurant focuses on pork and the innovative use of the whole animal. For farm-to-table folks, this is something of a siren's song. Think housemade charcuterie, sausages, and bacon ... lots of lovely bacon. It's not all about the meat here, though -- there are options for every taste, including vegetarians. Check out their brunch menu here.


Courtesy of The Pig

Where will you be having brunch this Easter Sunday? Drop a comment and let us know!