The Breakfast Club will soon open its reservation books as the restaurant approaches its opening date, according to a post on the restaurant’s Instagram account.
“Looking like the end of October,” owner Jason Miskiri confirmed the restaurant’s opening in a message to the Source.
We previously reported that local restaurateur Jason Miskiri had originally planned for the restaurant to be open in March, but has run into construction supply chain issues during buildout. “[We] have slow[ed] down because of the materials being on backorder. This is true throughout the country,” Miskiri said to the Source last March.
The restaurant, named in honor of Miskiri’s late father, whom his family called Papa Sherman, will have “breakfast all day with lunch and dinner items” instead of a rumored vegan concept, Miskiri said to the Source last January. “I waved the vegan concept to another time.”
The Breakfast Club will feature an all-day breakfast alongside “Southern American with a twist of Caribbean” cuisine, Miskiri said. Bethesda Beat reported in January that the menu would include omelets, French toast stuffed with cream cheese and strawberries, and pancakes, as well as heavier entrees, such as lamb chops, chicken and waffles, and shrimp and grits.