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13 Arlington restaurants with outdoor seating serving brunch

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Top Arlington restaurants reopened for  brunch (Updated October 2020)

Searching for Arlington restaurants with outdoor seating for brunch food and mimosas? You’ve come to the right place. Because of coronavirus, they limited Arlington restaurants to only serving brunch for takeout and delivery. 

This is your guide to the best patio and outdoor restaurants serving brunch during the pandemic. Prior to visiting any of these restaurants, I recommended you call or check out their website for guidelines. These restaurants are constantly updating their customer guidelines, capacity limits, or hours of operations to keep everyone safe.

Ted’s Bulletin

A classic American brunch place that serves all those dishes you grew up eating. A divine take on the eternal classics, the place serves all day long along with happy hours on drinks. Not only do they offer relishing dishes, but they have a bakery that caters to your sweet tooth with tarts and milkshakes. 

The Liberty Tavern

Based in Shirlington, the Liberty Tavern believes in artistic ambiance and crafty dishes. Serving a bottomless brunch for $25.22, you may devour some amazing breakfast tacos, churros, pancakes, lemon- scented-sugar, and spicy maple syrup. Customize your mimosa, Bellini or Bloody Mary for just $3.22.

Palette 22

Palette 22 Brunch is available in their dining room and on our patio. Bottomless and à la carte brunch available every Saturday & Sunday from 10 am – 3 pm. This family-friendly weekend getaway brunch that starts at $22.95 for adults with specialties such as delicious omelets, biscuits, wood fried pizza, quiche, French toast, deviled eggs and, chocolate pudding parfaits. Popular as one of the best brunches in Arlington, Palette will leave you with wanting more.

Barley Mac

Notably famous for its great atmosphere, Baley Mac has a creative menu of cocktails and brunch options. If you are looking for a relaxed place to chill this Sunday, step out and try their crab cake Benedict and French dip Benedict for sure. 

Ambar

An appetizing take on bottomless brunches in Arlington, this Eastern European Bistro has $34 brunch that offers limitless servings and 25-cent drinks. Open on the weekends, you must try their beets tzatziki, catfish sliders, Balkan salad, cheery mimosa and cinnamon sourdough with Nutella. 

Wilson Hardware Kitchen & Bar

Overlooked by many due to the slew of options, Wilson Hardware gives you some memorable dishes. With a $35 bottomless brunch offer, you get unstoppable yogurt parfaits, chicken, waffles, omelets, and benedicts. Dig into specials such as 25-cent mimosas and $4 bloody marys for the much needed the brunch buzz. They are currently serving customers on their rooftop bar and outdoor patio.

Pamplona

Drop by Pamplona, for an authentic Spanish experience, right here in Arlington with classics such as patatas bravas, chorizo hash, chickpea frites, and Spanish tortilla. With the $35 endless brunch, go crazy over grapefruit and apple mimosas to top it all. They are accepting reservations for outdoor or indoor dining. 

Cava Mezze

A big fan of Mediterranean specials? Cava Mezze is the perfect hangout spot for you with its $35 bottomless brunch in Arlington. Relish the mouthwatering biscuits and honey butter, gyro hash browns and Greek yogurt with granola. Plan it in large groups to double the fun!

Tupelo Honey

This classic Kota House cafe is the resurrection of some forgotten Southern food and traditions having its roots from the Carolina Mountains. With the menu that changes seasonally, they have promising baked biscuits, steak, and eggs, fried chicken, waffles and jaw-dropping benedicts. 

Don Tito

A well-constructed warehouse set up, Don Tito gives you a liberal helping of limitless chips and flavorful mimosas. It will be truly remarkable if you decide to try the scrambled eggs and hash Browns, Huevos Mexicana, and empanadas. 

Circa

Local Bistro which has a fresh take on ingredients built on seasonal dishes and crafty culinary skills. Egg Benedict and fried chicken sandwich something you should not miss while at Circa. Their patio is now open.

Courthaus Social

Courthouse social, contrary to its subtle image is here to change its reputation and enlighten you with its soft pretzels and bloody marys that will surely give you an enthralling food high. An excellent choice for a heartfelt brunch in Arlington. They have a spacious outdoor sitting perfect for social distancing. 

Bar Bao

Asian food has been an integral part of exquisite brunches in Arlington. The bottomless plates offer a liberal serving of the best pork belly bao, shiitake bacon, gravy biscuits, and chicken dumplings. Add on the 99 cent mimosas that are strong and go well with your Asian feast.

  Lyon Hall

Wrapping up the global of brunches in Arlington, Lyon Hall has a European setup that seeks to offers delicious bottomless brunches including homemade doughnuts, French toast and smoked salmon for you to Hoover.

Here my article on DC bottomless brunch.

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Grace Ashi
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