Bitches Who Brunch tells you where to brunch, what to wear, and where to party in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. We publish every week day, starting with Monday’s events calendar and continuing with fashion, party recaps, theatre reviews, easy-and-delicious recipes, and brunch reviews and guides throughout the week. Interested in reaching our readers? Click here to learn more about partnering with us.
The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Becca loves a good Eggs Benny, ridiculous contemporary art, 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 head of digital at Cognito, a PR agency that specializes in financial and technology brands.
The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Cori Sue loves brand strategy, social media, red wine, and pink lipstick. She's also the principal of Citrus Media, which provides social media and branding support to D.C. area businesses. When she's not brunching, shopping, or working, you can find her at a boutique fitness class or at the airport off on her next adventure.
Giselle loves exploring different neighborhoods in the city and can't walk by a doughnut shop or bookstore without going in. She spends a lot of time reading in Central Park with an iced vanilla coconut milk latte in hand. When she's not brunching, she's probably browsing menus to figure out where to eat next.
As a Sunshine State native, Lindsay is constantly scouring Manhattan for a fresh squeezed orange juice mimosa. Trading in bikinis for black dresses, the unparalleled fashion industry transported her to this concrete jungle from her cozy beach town. This spunky blonde can be found running loop after loop around Central Park in an attempt to work off yesterday’s brunch.
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Alexis now calls the Windy City her home. Between PR activities in Chicago's vibrant food scene and volunteering at the Anti-Cruelty Society, Alexis finds time for manicures and blow-outs, nightlife and networking, and raising chickens on her rooftop garden. She is known to be planning her next meal while eating her current one.
Born and raised in the Windy City, Julie knows the city like the back of her hand. But that hasn’t stopped her from exploring Chicago’s rapidly growing restaurant scene. By day, Julie works in digital strategy, but loves to spend her free time running on the lakeshore path, or jumping on a plane to explore!
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.
A North Carolina native, Ann Louise is an alumnae of both Florida State University and George Washington University. Now that she's officially a New Yorker, she looks forward to exploring everything that the city has to offer. In her spare time, she enjoys immersing herself in all things pop culture, trying new cuisines, and learning new tricks of the trade in public relations and digital media.
A Midwest native, Brittani moved to Chicago after spending several years on the West Coast. She has a sweet tooth that doesn't quit and will try almost any dish at least once. Aside from blogging, traveling, and catching up on reality TV, Brittani spends most of her free time in the kitchen trying out new recipes.
Shruti, our Marketing Bitch and resident vegetarian blogger loves roaming in rompers, enjoying live music and discovering speakeasies around the city. When she's not sharpening her digital marketing skills, you can find her exploring kitschy cocktail bars and reviewing veggie friendly brunches. On the weekends, she's usually indulging in the three main food groups: champagne, carbs, and candy.
From Michelin restaurants to hole in the wall joints, Dannah is always hunting down noteworthy flavors. Previously scouting out New York's brunch scene, she's now diving right into D.C.'s fashion, art, and, of course, brunch culture one District establishment at a time.