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The following restaurants offer music, views, ambience or noteworthy comforts. Sunday hours given. Reservations best.

Bistro Francais- Wood beams, stained glass, old posters. Salad, choice of entrée (eggs Benedict, poulet bistro, trout florentine with spinach mousse, seafood linguine, steak and eggs), unlimited champagne. Sat.- Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 3128 M St. NW, (202) 338-3830

Colonnade- Soaring, chandelier-lit space overlooking a garden. Buffet of seafood, pate, tandoori chicken, pastas, lamb, Peking duck; a carving station; 18-foot dessert display, champagne. $60 ($25 if 12 or under). Fairmont Hotel, 2401 M St. NW, (202) 457-5000.

Corcoran Gospel Brunch- Soul-satisfying meal, mimosas, spirited singers (from 11 a.m. each Sunday) in the atrium. $25 ($12 under 12) includes museum entry, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. 500 17th St. NW at New York Ave. Take reservations only if 6 or more: (202) 639-1786.

Market Inn- Cozy atmosphere with live jazz, unlimited champagne, waffles, omelets, spiced shrimp, snow crab legs. $23 (under 12 $9.95, under four free). 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 200 E St. SW, (202) 554-2100.

Neyla- In Georgetown, chef Ghassan Jarrouj's Middle Eastern/Mediterranean fare, a la carte or buffet ($13.95 adults, $9.75 under 12) 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. 3206 N St. NW, (202)333-6353.

DC DUCKS
See DC on land and water! 90 minutes of great fun for the whole family.
$27 for adults
$14 for kids


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