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Executive Chef Anthony Lombardo at the historic 1789 Restaurant will be dishing up a Mother’s Day a la carte brunch served from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Sunday, May 11th.
During brunch service, the first and main courses are included in the main course price, which range from $32 to $46. Guests also have a nice selection of house-made desserts created by 1789’s Pastry Chef Ryan Westover, which range from $10 to $14.
To conclude the day, an a la carte Mother’s Day dinner will be served from 5:30 pm to 10 pm For Mother’s Day Brunch, guests can look forward to first course menu items such as Asparagus and Ramp Soup with crispy purple potatoes and house-made crème fraiche; Mixed Berry Strudel with creamy mascarpone, seasonal berries and raspberry merlot sauce; Guanciale and Spring Pea Tartino with duck egg custard, Taleggio and mixed greens, andPrimavera Saladwith pickled spring onions, fava beans, white asparagus and green garlic vinaigrette.
The main course highlights includeMorel and Lobster Quiche with English peas, mixed greens and made in a cast iron skillet; Eggs Chesapeake with jumbo lump crab cakes, poached eggs, Hollandaise and home fries; Challah French Toast with Nutella, fig preserves and Virginia maple syrup, and Duck Hashwith leg confit, spring onions, fingerling potatoes and fried egg. For dessert there is Pot de Crème with chocolate cake crumbs, hazelnut, cappuccino gelato and maple kataifi; Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie for Two, peanut butter ice cream, dark chocolate and brûléed bananas; Sweet Tea and Honey, honey and white chocolate crémeux, graham cracker tuile, mango and citrus fruit salad, Harvest Song walnuts and Red Rose sweet tea ice cream,and Monkey Bread with apple cinnamon brioche, apple ambrosia, butterscotch ice cream and butterscotch sauce.
1789 Restaurant offers complimentary valet parking.
For reservations, or additional information please call 202.965.1789
1789 Restaurant is located at 1226 36th Street. Tel: 202.965.1789
The Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill is holding their Spring Season Art Walk on Friday, May 2, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Each of the six galleries, including Addison/Ripley Fine Arts (1670 Wisconsin Ave. NW), Maurine Littleton Gallery(1667 Wisconsin Ave. NW), Neptune Fine Art(1662 33 St. NW), Robert Brown Gallery (1662 33 St. NW) and Susan Fine Arts (1643 Wisconsin Ave. NW), will launch a fine art exhibition and host an evening stroll in one of the most beautiful parts of the city.
Click here for more information about the Spring Season Art Walk and featured exhibitions.
Thursday evening, Washington Fine Properties (WFP) and DC Modern Luxury hosted a rooftop cocktail party at Room & Board to kick off a weekend celebration of fine design and home furnishings.
"WFP is excited to support all the fabulous design stores on 14th Street," said Kimberly Casey as she greeted guests.
With its wraparound deck on the top floor of its showroom, Room & Board was the perfect spot from which to view the dazzling and ever growing business and residential landscape that is 14th and U Street Corridors. If the space seemed enormous, it's because this four-floor modern furniture and accessories store is in the restored R.L. Taylor Building, formerly a 1919 Ford Motors showroom!
Guests were treated to cocktails and passed hors d'oeuvres as they mingled with friends and colleagues, chatting about the upcoming weekend showcasing spring trends, new designs, artists-in-residence original works and great home decorating secrets from interior design professionals.
The two-day event is April 26th and 27th from 12:00 to 4:00 pm.
12:00 pm Timothy Paul "How to Create the Perfect Bedroom"
1:00 pm Lori Graham " The ABC's of Accessorizing"
2:00 pm Mitchell Gold, Bob Williams " How to Crate the Perfect Custom Furniture Piece"
2:00-4:00 pm And Beige "Presentation From Hickory Chair"
For more information, including a list of participating businesses, visit WFP Home & Design Weekend.