The Fainting Goat DC

I love brunch. I love brunch. I love brunch. Living in DC  these past four years has definitely taught me that on Sunday’s  its God first, and brunch second. I have been to brunch all over the city and tried endless variations of chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits and the Fainting Goat definitely sticks out to me.

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Located on U street, the restaurant has a super cute and cozy vibe. My friends and I were seated in couch/booth corner that was filled with pillows.

They offer three mimosa flavors, orange, mango and white cranberry; you are even allowed to to switch them out at any time. As a college student, my main focus at brunch is to get drunk and these mimosas definitely did just that.

Aside from the booze, the food was also excellent. I have to admit when i first looked at the menu I was a bit nervous; avocado toast, duck liver parfait, and strata aren’t things I’m used to seeing on my brunch menus. However, when I took a deeper look, there were many things I wanted to try.

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We started off with the goat cheese fondue. This was my favorite thing on the menu. It was so damn good. The bread was warm with crispy crust but a soft inside and the cheese was to die for. I would go back for this alone.

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I ordered the french toast for my meal. Its usually served with Nutella, blueberries and bacon, but I skipped the Nutella. Though the toast was too eggy for my taste, it was still pretty tasty. The blueberries were very fresh and the bacon was perfectly crispy.

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We also ordered the coffee cake. It came out sizzling. Looking at it alone could make anyone salivate. I don’t even like caramel or pecans, but the cake was so good I couldn’t even notice.

Overall everyone loved their food but I wouldn’t recommend this place if you are a picky eater. But if you are looking to mix up your Sunday brunch spot, definitely check out the Fainting Goat!

What are your favorite brunch spots in DC?

xx, mirrorpicmami

 

 

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