A visit to Coconut Club, a warehouse-like restaurant near Union Market, might be the closest thing some D.C. workaholics ever get to a tropical vacation. A fresh turquoise paint job outside, punctuated by roll-up garage doors, sets the scene for the cheerful vibes to come. Inside the open space, everything is designed to be selfie-backdrop-worthy, from a pink mural and surfboards on the walls to mismatched Eames chairs and swings suspended from the ceiling. More importantly, this is one of the only spots in D.C. that serves classic Hawaiian loco moco: a dry-aged burger smothered by house made mushroom gravy, a mound of sushi rice, and a fried egg.
Brunch also includes a French toast made from King’s Hawaiian rolls, cream cheese, pineapple, and crumbled bacon, as well as veggie eggs Benedict with beet hollandaise.
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