A couple of weekends ago I was meeting with a few friends for brunch in Georgetown and we were debating were to eat. It was a bit too muggy for the waterfront and none of us really wanted to deal with the crowds and parking down there so we decided on upper Georgetown. My first choice is normally Cafe Bonaparte but the line was out the door so we decided to head over to Peacock Cafe.
Cost – $$
Service – B+
We were eating a bit later and missed the brunch rush thankfully. Our server was extremely attentive and very friendly.
Food – B+
The food is a step above some of the more popular brunch places in DC like Open City or Kramerbooks. The brunch menu is pretty standard although they do have a poached eggs over lump crabmeat dish that is definitely a bit unique.
Decor – B+
It’s fun and funky. They have a good blend of outdoor seating as well as seating for couples and smaller groups. Although they can probably accommodate a group of 6-8, anything larger than that might be pushing it.
Feel – A-
I hadn’t been to Peacock Cafe in a while but I think I’ve been missing out. They are definitely one of the better brunch places in the DC area.
Peacock Cafe is located at 3521 Prospect Street, NW. They can be reached at (202) 625-2740.