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This Week in D.C.: March 26- April 1

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While it was fun to have a snow day and all, we’re ready for a little sunshine and warmth. Spring has sprung and so has the excitement for new events and libations in D.C. See what we’re up to this holiday week, here.

Monday
The limited edition Easter pack from The Cookie Jar D.C. is available online for $25. It comes with four mini jars, including chocolate chip, sugar cookie, Easter egg, and a flavor of your choice. All jars in the Easter pack have festive Easter labels and come in a gift box. You can order online and select nationwide shipping, delivery within the beltway, or pickup at the Adams Morgan pop-up shop.

Tuesday
March Madness is heating up and City Perch Kitchen + Bar is getting in on the fun! Consider spending the night at the restaurant for some of the March Madness round ups. 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.

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Wednesday
Masa 14 has a Wednesday event each week that isn’t to be missed: half-priced sushi and discounted (read: $6) cocktails with sake. It’s the perfect dinner-and-a-cocktail treat that will help you get over the hump this week.

Thursday
If there’s one thing we love more than a good happy hour special, it’s a happy hour special that lasts all night. Toro Toro has happy hour lasting all the way until 10 p.m. on Thursdays. This Pan-Latin fusion restaurant in Downtown D.C. better make it to your spring to-do list.

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Friday
Brunch is amazing all year round, but there’s something special about the beginning of April when restaurants, like D.C. Harvest, have menus that reflect the crops that are in season during the spring months. Start planning your weekday brunch reservations now.

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Saturday
Your very own Bitches (hi!) curated the brunch cocktail menu at District Distilling, a bar, restaurant, and distillery located right by 14th and U Streets. Last month, we worked with the mixologists at District Distilling to curate two cocktails that we feel embody all things Bitches Who Brunch: the Sunnyside Spritz and the Ya Snooze, Ya Booze.

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Sunday
Easter is one of the sweetest holidays around, and for those of you who are celebrating (or those who want a good excuse to go out to brunch) D.C. restaurants have devised amazing menus in the spirit of spring. Check out some of our favorite establishments that are serving Easter brunch, here.

While the Bitches Who Brunch write this post independently, compensation is received from partnerships with City Perch, D.C. Harvest., Masa 14, and Toro Toro. 

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