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5 Great Pubs for a Full Irish Breakfast Around DC - Source Washingtonian

Posted on Mar 17,2018
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Get a full Irish breakfast at Ri Ra. Photograph courtesy of Ri Ra

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BY ANNA SPIEGEL

WASHINGTON, DC - A “full Irish” is more than just a breakfast. The homestyle plate typically includes fried eggs, grilled tomato, and baked beans, and can differ from its English cousin with a variety of breakfast meats like rashers (Irish bacon), black and white puddings (sausages), and Irish soda bread. So yes, it’s hearty enough to eat any time of day.

Rí Rá Irish Pub

3125 M St., NW

Georgetown’s atmospheric Irish bar is filled with artifacts from the owners homeland, including a Victorian-era bar salvaged from Cork. The menu has some cheffy touches (i.e. lamb poutine). That being said, the kitchen isn’t too fancy for an all-day full Irish with fried eggs, bangers, rashers, black and white pudding, sautéed mushrooms, grilled tomato, toast—and for $2 extra, Batchelors tinned beans, a Irish pantry staple.

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