Can’t make it to the beach this week? Not to worry. We’ve got the round-up of all you need to spice up these summer months. Whether you by the water or on land, we’re feeling the summer vibes.
Looking to get Bitchy with it? Join us Wednesday night to party and play at CityCenterDC’s Zadig and Voltaire, which is sure to be your chicest night out on the town. We’re co-hosting the opening of the French fashion brand with DC Magazine. We’ll be dressed to the nines and ready for wine so join us, Bitches! RSVP to email@example.com
Mondays were made for half-priced wine and carbs. Get your fill of both at Barcelona Wine Bar while taking on your workday blues. An evening soaking in the scene (and the cocktails) on their ethereal patio is just the thing to kick your week into high gear. Read our latest review of Barcelona here. 1622 14th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
There is no better summer activity than sipping cocktails alongside skyline scenery. Cocktails and Capitol Views is the summer event to see and be seen at D.C.’s newest event space, The Observatory. Food from local favorites Fabio and Maria Trabocchi doesn’t hurt either. Check out our recent brunch review of their downtown go-to Casa Luca here. 300 New Jersey Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C .
Spend your night with the Bitches at City Center’s new Zadig and Voltaire outpost, where a Bitch can live out her Parisian dreams. All that’s left is a chic stroll down the downtown promenade. Shop ’till you drop, groove to the tunes of a live DJ, all in the name of charity. Get in on the fun by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and join us for D.C’s most stylish event of the summer. 933 Palmer Alley, Washington, D.C.
The only better thing than slurping up the soup from Daikaya is a cold brew to wash it all down. Thursday’s pairing dinner featuring Boulevard Beer if just the thing to wet your appetite. The event includes six beers and bites from acclaimed Chef Katsuya Fukushima. Reservations politely encouraged! 8:30 p.m., 706 6th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Tis ‘ the season for summer hours and happy hour on the patio. Central is the place to unwind and dine while enjoying the warmer weather. A cocktail and an order of their fantastically famous fried chicken is the perfect kick-off to your summer weekend, too. Read our most recent review of our French-inspired favorite here. Central, 1001 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Bendy Bitches can get their workout in thanks to the yoga brunch at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown. Treat yourself to bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys after getting your sweat on. The morning begins with yoga outdoors followed by a bottomless brunch. There’s no post-downward dog”namaste” quite like our favorite meal. Read the review from last summer, here. The Ritz Carlton Georgetown, 3100 South S. N.W. Washington, D.C.
A Bitch would never spend her Sunday without a brunch. Our recent favorites included Doi Moi, Right Proper, and SER. In need of a new brunch destination? Use our Bitchtastic Brunch Guide for all of your weekend needs.