|Address||3315 Cady's Alley, Washington, DC 20007|
|Hours||8 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Mon-Wed, Sun; 8 a.m.-12 a.m. Thu-Sat|
We often go to Leopold's for brunch. It was originally the best secret in Georgetown, but it seems that the word has gotten out. This is the best place for brunch on the weekends and it's always packed. You might have to wait a while for a table, but it's worth it. The food is always delicious and the servers are always friendly and attentive. (Ask for Sara, she'll take care of you!) Don't leave without trying the baked mousse:)
I don't usually like to plonk down $17 for an entree at lunch, but the only thing on the menu that appealed was the bratwurst mit sauerkraut and pommes. Austrian/German menu only offered a few strange salads, and oddly, a crouque monsieur, which reminds me of Paris, not Berlin. However, the pea soup did look amazing when it arrived at the table next to ours so I regretted not considering it. Inside, the atmosphere is a little too IKEA with flimsy chairs and card tables, so I'd recommend the outdoor patio if the weather permits. Grab a coffee and a pretty dessert from the glass case within.
A gem. People looking for just dessert and coffee are treated with the same attention as full-meal diners. The pastries are of outstanding quality (although pricey). A great place to meet friends and chat.
A small cafe that handles coffee and dessert with equal aplomb as a full dinner. A good place to meet and talk.