As an Esplanade resident, you love where you live. Whenever you’re at home, you rest in a luxurious, amenity-packed apartment that’s in the thriving National Harbor neighborhood. Outside of your apartment, your Maryland community is home to a cyber café, deluxe lounge and plenty of other places where you can make the most of your leisure time. But let’s face it: even the most dedicated homebody wants to venture out now and then. And what better meal to enjoy out then brunch? Choose from breakfast or lunch food and enjoy some killer drink specials too. And with places that serve out food as good as these National Harbor spots, you’ll want to go out every weekend.
Redstone’s brunch menu screams dynamic. Diners here can dig into traditional fare like eggs Benedict, pancakes, French toast and steak and eggs alongside jerk chicken fondue, cornbread, burgers and sandwiches too. If you’re starving, consider ordering the indulgent “never-ending” family style brunch. When you order this, you’ll enjoy French toast with fruit salad, scrambled eggs with cream cheese, applewood smoked bacon, chicken sausage patties and hash browns. But that’s not all. If you’ve finished all the food and are hungry for more, rest assured that additional sides are complimentary.
Located inside the massive Gaylord hotel, National Harbor’s Pienza serves upfive market-inspired stations that offer a bounty of cuisine. Bring your appetite to this brunch. From 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Sunday, diners can enjoy a wide selection of seasonal fruits, fresh-baked pastries, seafood salads, baked pasta, risotto, slow-cooked meats, made-to-order waffles and omelets in addition handmade desserts such as chocolate cake and tiramisu. What’s more (yes, there’s more) is that customers also can enjoy live music during their meals too. Brunch is $39 per person, ages 12 and up.
If brunch is your favorite meal, Public House might become your new favorite haunt. The restaurant serves brunch every day from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Public House’s menu caters to a variety of taste buds. Enjoy exciting fare like queso, sweet corn and crab hushpuppies and cheesesteak spring rolls. You’ll fall in love with traditional brunch offerings like sausage gravy, huevos rancheros and omelets. And you’ll especially love the $12 bottomless build-your-own Bloody Mary bar.
After you’ve had your fill, you’ll rest easy at your comfortable home at The Esplanade. And if you’re searching for a great home in National Harbor—the local restaurants do serve great brunches, after all—consider the luxurious and amenity-packed Esplanade. Contact Bozzuto today to secure your spot at this stellar property.