Don’t you hate it when you wake up that morning (or noon) and realize that you won’t be able to sleep in the next day? And also that you have to go to work or do whatever it is that you do during the week? Yes, it’s Sunday, the day that bridges your favorite day of the week with your least favorite one.
Don’t you worry though! The fact that the weekend is ending (and you’re hungover) does not mean that you have to stop drinking. In fact what you need is a little hair of the dog that bit ya! It’s brunch time and we got you covered. Do Bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys, and a delicious brunch sound good to you? Well, if D.C. knows how to do one thing, it’s brunch. If you’re in the mood for something a little less stuffy than your typical Mother’s Day brunch restaurant, LevelOne’s Disco Brunch is for you. Located on 17th and R St right in the heart of the gayborhood, LevelOne’s disco brunch is the hottest ticket in town. Their bottomless pitchers of mimosas will be the highlight of your Sunday; trust me it was the highlight of ours after having a few of those backstabbing mimies.
The brunch menu is quite simplistic, mainly composed of egg dishes, pancakes, sandwiches, etc. You basically can do no wrong in ordering any of the items on the menu, especially if a delicious mimosa accompanies it. And at LevelOne it’s not only about the food and the drinks, it’s about the atmosphere. On Sundays, brunch is served on the patio (weather permitting), inside the restaurant, and tables are also set in the upstairs level pertaining to Cobalt (aren’t we the gays so clever?). Everyone at LevelOne on Sundays seems to be in a good mood, having a good time with friends and the service is usually great despite the high demand at brunch time.
And just in case here are a few tips for you to keep your brunch pleasant and stress free.
- Leave all valuable items such as your backpack with your laptop at home, as you might not be sure of your state upon your departure after brunch and you may happen to leave them behind at the restaurant.
- Walk, metro, take the bus, or take a cab and leave your car at home, since your waiter might be overly generous and will continue to refill your glass even after you’re done eating; you definitely don’t want to disrupt the peace of Dupont with your driving.
- Dress casually, but nicely; you never know who you’ll run into at brunch.
- Do not go for drinks after brunch as mixing mimosas with any other type of alcohol can be disastrous.
Get excited, we’re only few days away from Sunday. Happy Sunday Gay Brunch y’all!