Weekday brunches for the not-entirely-snowed-in

Whether you've forgotten to do the requisite "Supermarket Sweep: Pre-snowstorm Panic Edition," or you're already getting cabin fever, remember: Just because the government's closed, doesn't mean your favorite brunch places are. Here's where to weather the storm over eggs Benedict or doughnuts this morning:

The berry fritter doughnut from GBD. (Photo by Anne Farrar/The Washington Post) The berry fritter doughnut from GBD. (Photo by Anne Farrar/The Washington Post)

Matchbox is hosting a "snow party" at all of its locations, beginning at 11 a.m.

• Because chicken and doughnuts is better than chicken and waffles: GBD is open.

The Heights opens at 11:30, and they've got pork belly eggs and bloody marys.

• You can get breakfast all day at both Ted's Bulletin locations.

The Diner in Adams Morgan never closes, so why would they let this piddling snow get in the way of a Croque & Dagger?

Open City is, of course, open, and serving breakfast all day long.

• The folks at B too say they'll be serving brunch until 4 p.m.

• Warm up with hearty hashes and runny eggs all day in the retro American City Diner.

• At the Metro 29 Diner, recently featured in our story about DC as seen on TV, you can order pancakes at any hour.

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide.



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