Brunch in the Garden

A Meal Meant for Love Birds

Valentine’s Day Brunch I Sunday, February 12 I Seatings at 11 am and 12:30 pm I The Garden Room at the National Aviary

Two brunch selections on linen tablecloth

Reserve Tickets

Valentine’s Day Menu

Brunch Starters

Enjoy Potomac Bakery’s Favorites for Lovers including fresh fruit, Challah with cream cheese and jam, coffee, tea, juice, and milk

Main Menu

  • Cinnamon French Toast
  • Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
  • BBQ Ham Off the Bone
  • Texas Sage Links
  • Mardi Gras is Near Cajun Andouille
  • Crisp Potato Pancake Minis
  • Artisan Butternut Ravioli (with Arugula in Frangelico Cream)
  • Mardi Gras for Lovers Salmon Étouffée
  • Firecracker Chicken & Waffles
  • Jamaican Jackfruit Enchiladas

Add-on Signature, Seasonal Brunch cocktails!

Bloody Mary $9

Tito’s vodka, served with celery, olives, and candied bacon

Raw Bar Mary $15

Tito’s vodka, served celery, olives, and 3 jumbo Gulf shrimp

Not Your Average Screwdriver $9

Choice of Absolute or Tito’s vodka, served with fresh fruit skewer

Valentine’s Sparkling Sangria $8

Vodka, fresh berries, cranberry juice, and sparkling rosé

Kiss Me Kir Royale $9

Champagne, crème de cassis, and fresh berries

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