Bitches Who Brunch is your resource for where brunch, what to wear, and where to party in DC, New York, and Chicago.
The Bitches provide their readers fresh content every weekday, starting with Monday’s This Week events calendar and continuing with fashion posts, party recaps, theatre reviews, easy-and-delicious recipes, and Bitchtastic Brunch reviews throughout the week.
Looking for somewhere to brunch? Check out our handy-dandy brunch search feature on your computer, tablet, or mobile, to find the best brunch for where you are, what you’re craving, and what’s in your wallet.
Bitches Who Brunch was founded by Cori Sue and Becca in Washington, D.C. in 2010. We’ve been named one of the “Best Blogs” by the Washingtonian, Best Food Blog by The Washington Post in 2013 and 2011, “Favorite Foodies” by the Washington Post’s DC Tweeps, and “Best Travel Blogs” by the Washington Flyer. In addition, we’ve been featured on NBC Washington, Borderstan, in The Washington Post, Famous Five, Guest of a Guest, Washingtonian, Washington City Paper, and more.
We love brunch tips, party invites, and great ideas. You can email us at TheBitches@BitchesWhoBrunch.com. You can also follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and BlogLovin’, fan us on Facebook, drool over our brunch pictures on Flickr, stalk us on Foursquare, or pin us on Pinterest.
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The logo, an illustration of Becca and Cori Sue brunching, is by Sylvia Loveridge. Commission her here.
Meet the Bitches
Becca Clara Love, Co-founder and DC Bitch
The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Becca loves a good Eggs Benny, ridiculous contemporary art, epic dance parties, and staying true to her British heritage with regular trips to the U.K. to find the best British brekkie. When she’s not brunching, Becca is a Vice President of Marketing for Ketchum.
Cori Sue Morris, Co-founder and DC Bitch
The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Cori Sue loves brand strategy, social media, red wine, and pink lipstick. When she’s not brunching or shopping, you’ll find her leading brand strategy for interior design start-up Havenly, training for another marathon, or planning her next international adventure.
Ally Mann, Bitch in the City
Ally is our Bitch in the City who gallivants around New York in search of creative food combinations and unique craft cocktails. You can usually find her downtown adorned in gold statement jewelry and colorful heels at a speakeasy-style establishment (bonus points if there is molecular gastronomy involved) or trying out the latest boutique fitness trend.
Emily Weisenhoff, Bitch in the City
Emily, our second Bitch in the City, is passionate about exploring every corner of her beloved city and sharing her experiences in food and lifestyle. When Emily’s not eating, you will find her burning off her brunch calories on a run or in a SoulCycle studio, drinking at a bespoke cocktail joint, caffeinating in a cozy coffee shop, or taking culinary risks in her own closet of a kitchen.
Nikkia Griffin, New York Business Bitch
A Southern Belle at heart, Nikkia is our NYC Business Bitch who always enjoys a serving up Southern hospitality in the big city. Originally from Atlanta, her love for culinary explorations opened far beyond traditional southern dishes like chicken and waffles when she transitioned to Miami to find a wealth of explosive Latin and Caribbean restaurants. Now in New York, her weekends consists of discovering the city’s most unique eateries, shopping, and the catching the latest drama flick.
Annie Johnson, D.C. Social Bitch
Annie is our D.C. Social Bitch, a title she takes very seriously in all senses of the word “social.” A Boston-native and recent transplant to D.C. she’s made it her mission to brunch her way from tourist to local. A journalist by day, Annie loves spending her free time traveling, napping, watching old movies and toasting with champagne and potato chips.
Sabrina Sheth, D.C. Business Bitch
Sabrina is our sales savvy Biz Bitch. She’s a native of the Detroit suburbs and a proud University of Michigan graduate. After a decade in Washington, she now calls the District home. When she’s not busy trying out the new restaurants across Washington, she can be found sipping wine with her friends, or spending time with her 130 pound fur baby, King Shepherd.
Amanda Hoey, D.C. Associate Bitch
Amanda, our D.C. Associate Editor, is a native Washingtonian who prides herself on staying in the know on her hometown’s rapidly growing restaurant scene. If you don’t spot her at brunch, you can find her shopping as her primary means of cardio, binge-watching reality tv, or stalking the National Zoo Panda Cam.
Kristin Bowling, Chicago Bitch
Born and raised in Chicago, the Windy City was Kristin’s first love…followed closely by Neapolitan pizza and the perfect croissant. A foodie at heart, Kristin can be found refining her culinary skills at an Eataly cooking class, or whipping up new recipes to share with family and girlfriends in her River North apartment. A true wanderlust, Kristin loves exploring new cuisines, cultures, and fashions, most often with a glass of Prosecco in-hand.
Amber Kielb, Chicago Social Bitch
A true Midwestern Bitch at heart, Amber is always down for watching football and loves country music. When Amber’s not indulging in a new doughnut trend at brunch, you can find her reading a good book, enjoying the outdoors, or discovering a new Chicago establishment with friends.
Jacqueline Berman, Chicago Baby Bitch
Jacqueline is a Chicago native bursting with city pride. When she’s not indulging in a quiche Lorraine or cappuccino, she’s burning off the calories Bollywood dancing. Her favorite things are eccentric people, stimulating conversation, and searching for her next great adventure.