It’s Passover and Easter week, bunnies! Here’s hoping that spring is hopping around the corner.
Start your week off on the right fitness foot with a workout class at Logan’s VIDA Fitness Metropole. Tonight, the location is offering cycle, power yoga, VIDA body and killer core. On your way out, grab a smoothie from the bar. It’s the perfect healthy Monday night. Click here for the schedule and more information.
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation is hosting its third annual Eat4Life chef challenge event Tuesday evening. Local chefs from will participate in a chef cook-off, providing guests healthy meal options while helping raise funds and awareness for the foundation. Tickets are $30 to $75, get them here.
B Too’s Chef Bart Vandaele is bringing Belgian Chic to D.C. in a one-night-only special replication of a recent James Beard Foundation dinner that he hosted in New York City. On Wednesday the special dinner will offer creative takes the chef’s cuisine of his homeland paired with wines to complement at B Too. Here’s a look at the menu. Dinner and wine pairings are $119 pp. Reservations can be made by calling 202.627.2800.
Want a little business savvy under your belt? Join the incredible ladies of Cap Fabb, a blogger collective based in D.C., for a panel discussion on navigating brand relationships. Our very own Cori Sue will be speaking on the panel, along with women from TAA PR and South Moon Under. 7 p.m. at Renaissance Dupont Hotel. Cap Fabb members only, click here to join.
Logan Tavern will host a three-course Passover Seder Friday and Saturday, with seatings at 5:30 and 8 p.m. The cost is $40 per person (tax and tip included) or $20 for children 12 and under, with 10% of proceeds benefiting The Jewish Food Experience. There is also an optional wine pairing for $25, and outside wine is welcome with a $15 corkage fee. Reservations are required and can be made online or by calling 202-332-3710.
There’s a new show at the Woolly Mammoth, and we think it’ll make for a great Saturday night date night. “Lights Rise on Grace” is about Grace, the daughter of Chinese immigrants, and Large, the young black man she loves. Named Outstanding Play for its workshop at the New York Fringe, the show is an examination of race, sexuality, and family as unconventional as the relationships it depicts. Click here to get tickets.
It’s Easter Sunday, so make sure you make your family brunch plans early. Tomorrow we’ll have Easter Brunch guides in Washington, New York and Chicago, so check back for specials and recommendations.