After a long winter, Easter is finally right around the corner on April 4, making for the perfect holiday to enjoy the newfound warmer weather and also savor a scrumptious brunch of roasted ham, French toast, omelets, carrot cake and more.
Want to give yourself a break after a long season of cooking three meals a day in your RESA kitchen? Head to these top-notch restaurants for a memorable Easter meal made by the experts.
Belga Café, located at 514 8th St SE, Washington, DC which is worth every minute of the 13 minute drive from your RESA apartment, serves authentic Belgian fare like mussels with fries and a long list of Belgian ales, plus a popular Sunday brunch.
Belga Cafe is a restaurant concept by Belgium native and award-winning Chef Bart Vandaele. A vibrant atmosphere modeled after Brussel’s casual cafes, Belga Cafe is the original Belgian restaurant in Washington, DC. Opened in 2004, the neighborhood locale on Capitol Hill is known for its delicious cuisine and extensive craft beer offerings.
Le Diplomate, located at 1601 14th St NW, Washington, DC which will take you 12 minutes to arrive at by car, is a bustling brasserie that serves classic French fare and drinks amid a zinc bar, tile floors and sidewalk cafe.
Built out of a historic structure that harnesses the spirit of a Parisian brasserie, the interior and exterior pay tribute to tradition, imbuing every meal with a sense of European drama. The extensive menu features a variety of classics, including onion soup gratinée, steak frites and escargots, as well as daily plates such as bouillabaisse and cassoulet. A thoughtfully curated wine list and specialty cocktail program complete the experience here.
514 8th St SE, Washington, DC 20003
1601 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009