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Notes: Best brunch options in Old Town for Mother’s Day

Good Tuesday morning, Alexandria!

Today’s weather: Passing showers. Overcast. Cool. High of 54 and low of 43.
Tomorrow: Passing showers. Cloudy. Cool. High of 54 and low of 43. Sunrise at 6:08 am and sunset at 8:01 pm.

🚨 You need to know

Mother’s Day is right around the corner (Sunday, May 14) and for those looking to make their reservations in Old Town, Patch has a new guide on some of the best spots.

Patch put together a list of nearly 40 local spots around Old Town that are taking reservations, from Ada’s to Vola’s.

But wait, there’s more: the list also has a few chain restaurants in or near Alexandria included at the bottom along with their seasonal or Mother’s Day-specific specials.

Chocolate cake at 1799 Prime Steak & Seafood in at 110 S. Pitt Street in Old Town. (Courtesy photo)

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