All-American Restaurant: Clyde's

My friend Helen came down from Baltimore for Easter Sunday, so we decided to wander over to Georgetown to grab a bite to eat. We did not make reservations anywhere, but passed by Clyde's ($$) and I remember being pleased with a meal I ate there before so we decided to get some brunch.
Vegetable Frittata with Carrots, Asparagus, Onions, Jack Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, and Pico de Gallo (Salsa)

They had a special Easter Brunch menu which had a tempting Breakfast Burrito with eggs and Chorizo sausage as well as Strawberry Pancakes and Challah French Toast. I eventually decided on the Easter Vegetable Omelette with Jack and Cheddar cheeses, asparagus, carrots, onions, and Pico de Gallo. Helen ordered the Chesapeake Eggs Benedict, which is the classic Eggs Benedict with an English Muffin, poached eggs, bacon, and hollandaise sauce but with a twist- crab cakes on top. While we waited for our food, we received complimentary Hot Cross Buns which were delicious. They are moist buns with dried fruit inside, topped with sweet frosting. Our food arrived, and my Fritatta was good but did not blow me away. It was cute because it was prepared in its own individual skillet. Helen's dish looked very appetizing and she said it was delicious.
Chesapeake Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs, Hollandaise Sauce, Bacon, and Crab Cakes on an English Muffin) with Spiced Potatoes
Clyde's is a fun, casual all American place that is good to go in groups. I've had the Lobster Bisque there before which was tasty, and I've heard overall good things. It's conveniently in Georgetown near Wisconsin & M St.

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