Still keeping up with your resolutions? You got this! Whether it’s your goal to be super fit, to make more time for friends and family, or to try something new, life’s about balance. That being said, go easy on yourself and embrace the winter in D.C. with these fun activities this week.
Mike Isabella has taken this city by storm. His most recent undertaking involves a diverse food hall in Tysons Corner. Isabella Eatery is a one stop shop for some of the most sought after establishments in the D.C., but closer to the ‘burbs.
For a suggested donation of $5, The Bike Rack hosts a Tuesday evening vinyasa flow yoga class. The sequence and intensity of the class is adjusted to the personal experience of each individual student, so you never have to feel left behind. Self care is important this new year, and so is helping those in need.
It’s cold and there are many happy hour deals to take advantage of this week. Wine Wednesday is always a nice way to warm up during a winter chill. Head to Duke’s Grocery or Duke’s Counter for $5 wine and juicy burger.
Your favorite fast casual pizza spot is now offering more than late night bites. &Bar at &Pizza is shelling out awesome cocktails along with their custom creations. They are also on this winter’s Passport Program, so you and your best bud can go out for dinner twice this week with the program’s 2 for 1 cocktail deal.
Join Via Umbria along side Chef Liam and Chef Simone for a special dinner that focuses on the most magical of all meats: Pork! The shop broke down a full pig this week and they’re hosting a special dinner where the chefs will use the best cuts from that hog to prepare a one of a kind four course meal. You can get tickets for this hearty meal, here.
Brunch this Saturday should be extra hearty for braving the insane cold fronts that have been freezing the Potomac. Espita Mezcaleria’s brunch is just what you need. Burgers, booze, and authentic Mexican foods can warm you into the weekend. City exploration waits for no one, fuel up.
Just in case your resolutions include being a vegetarian or vegan, you can sleep easy knowing that a vegan restaurant that is actually delicious exists. Fare Well serves an awesome brunch that will help you keep your goals and maybe even persuade carnivores that eating plant based isn’t so bad.
While the Bitches Who Brunch write this post independently, we do receive compensation from partnerships with Via Umbria and the Passport Program.