Another highly anticipated celebration of the year has arrived–St. Patrick’s Day. Irish or not, we love a good reason to get out and celebrate with friends, family, and colleagues. We also love St. Patrick’s Day because it means spring is right around the corner. Until then, here’s what’s happening:
D.C. Harvest has a dinner experience worth every penny. If you reserve a table between 5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. you receive any two entrees, any two DCH cocktails, draft beer or wine and a dessert for $59.00 (an $89 value). This is a prepaid dining experience so get your tickets, here. We’re also fans of D.C. Harvest’s brunch, so check out our review, here.
Del Maguey Mezcal & Tequila Ocho will showcase their artisanal mezcal and Tequila Ocho tequila at Oyamel this Tuesday. Voicing Mexico’s diverse & beautiful history, these beverages make the perfect pairing for the Oaxacan food being served. Find tickets, here.
Calling all of our Bethesda Bitches! City Perch is known for its fabulous happy hour, so just because the weekend is over, doesn’t mean the fun has to be. They also have an awesome events page so you can become as big of fans of City Perch as we are. Oh, and their brunch is pretty on point, too. Find out what we had, here.
Wine and Slow Jams D.C. is a vibe that you cannot find anywhere else in the city, except Twelve Lounge. They play real slow jams by Jeff2Funny while you and some friends vibe out over discounted wine and food to get you through your hump day. Find out more, here.
The Cherry Blossoms are here! Celebrate the arrival of spring and one of the most famous festivals in Washington, DC at Via Umbria with a Cherry Blossom dinner at 7pm. Tickets for the four course dinner include a welcome prosecco and a menu comprised of all things cherry–think risotto and mouth watering lamb. Grab your tickets and we’ll see you there!
The first dinner at Succotash will kick off on Thursday, March 15th at 6:30 p.m with a Homage to Vegetables. The menu, entirely vegetarian, will feature more than 15 different tastes of vegetables cooked with globally-influenced techniques and flavors rooted in Southern cuisine. The dinner will commence with an arrangement of vegetables such as Dried Beets in Peanut Butter and Spiced Cauliflower in Raisin Glaze. Larger plates will follow with a composed Porridge of Delta Rice Grits before guests will enjoy family-style courses of Miso Blackened Eggplant and Pulled Mushroom BBQ. And, of course, an array of desserts will conclude the evening. Get tickets here.
Join Oyamel for another night of tequila, tacos and more. Siembra Azul and Siembra Valles tequila will display how a blanco can transform through barrel aging. Additionally, Oaxaca’s own Nuestra Soledad will be poured, showcasing different expressions of agave espadin. Tickets are sold, here.
Reserve your seat at Wildfire, Tysons Galleria on Friday, March 16, 2018, for an exclusive St. Paddy’s Chef’s Table Beer Dinner overlooking the kitchen. Taste the talents of their very own Executive Chefs, Edwin Amaya & Moreno Espinoza, as they prepare and personally present a custom four-course menu with beer pairings.
Join D.C. sports leagues as a team, small group of friends, or free agent. Part of the fun in your Dupont sports leagues is not having to worry about anything else. Volo City D.C. takes care of everything including referees and team shirts, you just focus on having fun! This league is unique in that it’s a not-for-profit, so all the proceeds help kids around cities in the U.S. Registration closes April 11th.
We know you’re waking up this Saturday, St. Patrick’s Day, and immediately thinking, pub crawls, green cocktails, and probably a serious hangover before night hits, but we have another plan for you: an Oyster Fest is hitting the district from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Brasserie Beck. For just $38.00, you can have all you can eat local oysters of varying varieties and with various sauces. This deal is the ultimate seafood steal.
In need of some pancakes to cure your hangover this Sunday? Maggiano’s has some super sweet and delicious ones worth checking out. We know you Virginian natives go all out for St. Patrick’s day, so this spot is where you can post up to avoid the Sunday Scaries. If you’re in the city, we highly suggest heading over to the Southeast waterfront for brunch at Salt Line–holy loaded Bloody Mary.
While the Bitches Who Brunch write this post independently, compensation is received from partnerships with City Perch, Volo City, and D.C. Harvest.