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Alley Cat, American Bar Food With Late-Night Lounge and Sunday Brunch Buffet - S. Whiting Street in Landmark


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Alley Cat is now doing Sunday Brunch

Our local okay not great place to eat (walking distance makes up for a lot of things) is now doing a great brunch on Sundays, we have been 4 times now and the quality and diversity is consistently good,  They cover the pool tables as the serving area and have a staffed area along the side.  The staffed area is a standard omelet station also does waffles and eggs Benedict and roast beef. On the chaffing tables are scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, french toast, biscuits and gravy, grits,  and crepes.  Then there is a more lunch type of table with pasta and usually a chicken dish and a potatoes dish.  The other trays seem to vary week to week.  Another area next to this (I think a 3rd pool table) is fruit, chocolate fondue, breads/bagles (with a toaster)  and a dessert or two. Coffee is good and filled quickly, staff is polite and they have room for a large group.  Conversation is easy (not to loud which is a plus when taking Grandma), easy parking, clean restrooms.  They even handle special requests (They had apple pie and Grandma had to have ice cream with hers)

 

All you can eat Sunday 10am - 2pm  $13.99/person and $8.99 kids under 10

Location: 2 S Whiting St, Alexandria, VA 22304

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Alley Cat is now doing Sunday Brunch

Location: 2 S Whiting St, Alexandria, VA 22304

I've been wondering when some restaurants were going to creep back into S. Whiting Street - that place has become a ghost town, and the east side of I-395 on Duke Street seems like long-term gold to me. It's got neighborhood *and* interstate, both within a stone's throw.

When you're driving on the inner loop in Virginia, not far after the Wilson bridge, and you look to your right and see the highest buildings in the far distance? That's right around S. Whiting Street. Getting there is another story altogether, but from I-395, it's a five-iron.

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