Lavagna Brunch

As you already know, I really like Lavagna on 8th Street/Barracks Row. I have eaten here for dinner several times and Tommy and I hosted our holiday party here last year.

I had been eager to try Lavagna’s weekend brunch for a while since I am a lover of brunch-eating and because this blog really talked it up. Tiffany and I decided to eat brunch here on Sunday at my request. The result – it was all right.

The food was good, but that was it. I wouldn’t carry on and on about it.

To start we each ordered a type of Bellini, which were very, very delicious. I ordered a raspberry Bellini (on the left) and Tiffany ordered a mixed berry one. We could have easily stayed for hours on end drinking these bad boys (which I will say is one of the perks about this brunch. The restaurant will allow you to do this. You can pay $10 for unlimited bottomless Bellini/mimosa drinking), but we decided to be good and just stuck with one each.

I also ordered a latte which was pretty good and kept getting refilled without my asking.

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Then we decided to share the fruit plate because everyone needs more fruit in their life. The fruit was delicious, but I thought the portion size was a little meager…

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For my main course I decided to be adventurous and ordered the Italian Sausage Gravy which was a focaccia biscuit with scrambled eggs and gravy. It was huge and tasty. I couldn’t eat the entire thing, though I wished I could have!

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Tiffany ordered the Pear Arugula Salad, which she thought was a little small and a side order of scrambled eggs.

I will definitely come back here since I do love the food, especially the pasta, (maybe next time, after Lent, I will choose the Fettuccine Bolognese for my entrée and will drink numerous Bellini’s!) but I wouldn’t be overly liberal in my compliments and love for this brunch to people.

QUESTION

Fellow DC-ers, have you tried the brunch at Lavagna yet? What did you think?

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2 responses to “Lavagna Brunch

  1. Tiffany Smith

    Agreed on the portion size, but still had an amazing time! It was so good to see you!

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