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This Week D.C. March 5-12

It’s the first Monday of March and the announcement of peak Cherry Blossoms (March 17-20!) has us itching for spring. Until then, keep warm and busy with the array of fun and delicious events this week. 

DC Harvest Friday lunch

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. 

Have you been wanting to try a juice cleanse? South Block is known for their acai bowls and smoothies, but their juice game is just as good. Join South Block at their Clarendon location at 7:00 p.m. to learn about a juice cleanse, sample their juices and Q&A.

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.

Join Roofers Union for a special beer dinner on March 7 presented with Crooked Run, Northern Virginia’s seldom-seen and much sought-after craft brewery. Beer Director/General Manager Dave Delaplaine and Executive Chef Jenn Flynn partnered with Crooked Run to craft a $65 four-course dinner menu, weaving together flavors, tastes, and aromas of the dishes and beers for a thoroughly delightful experience. Tickets for the Crooked Run Beer Dinner, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m., can be reserved. Here.


We know, it’s been a long week and you’re due for a drink. The Morris American Bar is located in the heart of Shaw and has already elevated the cocktail scene. Previously a speakeasy by Dupont Circle, the Morris American Bar is now in a bigger space and open for business.

You made it through the week! Kick off your weekend in Georgetown at an intimate farm to table Chef’s Dinner at Via Umbria. The unique, communal dining experience is perfect for a fun date night or catching up with a friend. Snag tickets here.

The 13th annual Chance For Life event, taking place at the MGM National Harbor in Maryland on Saturday, March 10th, will feature an all-day 700-person poker tournament hosted by legendary fourteen-time World Series of Poker winner, Phil Hellmuth, followed by the Chef’s Taste Experience. The Taste Experience will be held inside MGM National Harbor’s sprawling theater space and will kick off with a tasting selection of world-renowned wine, local craft beer and the latest in mixology techniques and trends. Casey Patten, Chance For Life’s culinary chair, has hand-selected a collection of award-winning chefs and mixologists for the signature event. Get more info, here

The Salt Line Brunch

Just in case you didn’t hit The Salt Line ’s outdoor bar on Friday, you have another chance to have a brunch with all things seafood, cocktails, and delicious entrees. The  location in the Navy Yard is sure to be a hot spot for the spring and summer months. Check out our review, here.

While the Bitches Who Brunch write this post independently, compensation is received from partnerships with City Perch, Via Umbria, and D.C. Harvest.

Dannah Strauss

Dannah is our toughest critic. With a food and drink background, this Bitch brings her sophisticated opinion to the D.C. dining scene. Dannah is our D.C. editor and has all the restaurant intel. She's always game to try something new, but when it comes to brunch, she's looking for the classics done in an exceptional manner. French toast over pancakes, and bloodys over mimosas, always.

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