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This Week D.C.: September 21-27

With autumn officially upon us, we celebrated with our Fall Brunch Fest at Long View Gallery in partnership with Heirloom catering. It was a beautiful day of all things fall, with spiked apple cider cocktails, seasonal frittata, gilded pumpkins, live country tunes, and fall fashions. We’re so sad it’s over but looking to the week ahead and a packed Washington social agenda.


Sweater weather gets started with a send-out rooftop party, a last-minute luau, a monumental music festival, and more. Pencil in your plans with the details below.

Additionally, in case you’ve been living under a rock, the Pope is coming. The beloved religious leader is bringing excitement, addressing Congress on global warming (!), and causing a lot of road closures.

We suggest working remotely and pre-ordering your grocery deliveries, cases of rosé, and/or JRINK juicery, our favorite breakfast and snack treat, which happens to deliver.

Here’s your agenda.


Cure your case of the Mondays with a sneak peek of Fare Well from the owners of Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats. The pop-up previewing the fall opening  is happening at G by Mike Isabella with dishes like burrata, brownies, and stromboli. Check out the menu here and secure your spot by calling 202.234.5015. G by Mike Isabella, 2201 14th St. N.W., Washington, DC.


There’s no better ladies’ night than Taco Tuesday at Guajillo. Wrap up your night with tortillas and girl-talk with a side of guac. Guajillo, 1727 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, V.A.



No matter your religion, you can celebrate Yom Kippur by breaking fast with Bullfrog Bagels, house smoked-salmon and Challah at Commissary. The $23 event starts at 6 P.M with 10% of proceeds benefiting the Jewish Food Experience. Commissary, 1443 P St., N.W., Washington, D.C. Tickets are available here.



Revel in the last days of the warm weather at DNV rooftop at the Donovan House and Edible DC’s summer send-out rooftop party. The open-air affair will feature seasonal cocktails, handmade sushi, and other Japanese bites. The event is happening from 5:00 P.M. to 10 P.M. and the $25 tickets are available here. DNV, 1155 14th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.

Photo credit: The Donovan House


We Bitches are proud to be bookworms and that’s why we’re celebrating banned books at the Opening of D.C. Public Library’s Uncensored. The literary affair is unfolding at MLK Library with art, live music, a pop-up market, and cocktails by area mixologists. Tickets for the 7 P.M. event are $50 and available here. MLK Library, 901 G St. N.W., Washington, D.C.


Take your pick of a Luau at Hank’s Oyster Bar or live music at the Landmark Music Festival. The Hawaiian event at Hank’s boasts all-you-can eat tropical fare including, roasted pig, oysters, shrimp, and guava custard. To top it all off, D.C.’s best bartenders will be slinging tiki cocktails and Mai Tais. Tickets for the 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. events are $75 and available here.

If you like the sound of an all day music festival benefiting The National Mall, then make your way downtown to the Landmark Music festival with five stages, over forty artists, and fare curated by Jose Andres. Acts include The Lone Bellow, Chromeo, and headliner Drake. Tickets for the two-day event are available here for $105 for a single day or $150 for a two-day pass. West Potomac Park, West Basin Drive S.W., Washington, D.C.


Stave off the Sunday scaries at a Bitch-approved brunch. We’ve recently reviewed the mid-day meal at Philos, The Pig, Lapis, and Chaplin. If you’re looking to eat elsewhere, be sure to check out our Bitchtastic Brunch Guide.




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