Does anyone else feel like we skipped right over spring and it’s suddenly summer? The rooftops are open, the bottles of Rosé are flowing, and everyone’s warm weather fashion is on point. We’ll be the first to tell you there’s plenty of fun to be had come June. You can find out what’s happening right here!
Taste of Adams Morgan is an annual neighborhood event celebrating its 6th year with creative tastes from the neighborhood’s best restaurants. Participating restaurants provide samples to hungry attendees who have purchased “taste” tickets. All proceeds benefit the nearly 50,000 individuals and families who will be served this year through Mary’s Center’s comprehensive healthcare, education, and social service program.
It’s a blast to explore new restaurants and try new menu items. There a few plates we’ve had recently, though, that we can’t seem to get out of our heads. Here are the dishes we can’t stop thinking about. Add these to your week’s agenda and you’ll know what we mean.
D.C. Harvest has an experiential cocktail program where you can taste and learn how to make three cocktails. The experience also comes with an appetizer. You can reserve your experience through their website and make an evening out to dinner a little more special. We made our way over to H Street to try it out, so you know what to expect.
It’s looking a little June gloom in the District this week. It’s on days like these when we crave a juicy burger to brighten our mood. We enlisted our Guest Bro, Gavin, to scout out the best burgers D.C. has to offer and are sharing them with you, here.
We’re spending the night at the first annual Capitol Hill Film Classic is a unique short film knockout style competition where local entries compete against the best in the world. All submissions are divided into two brackets, best of the DMV and best of the rest of the world, which will compete for eight slots, with the final films being screened in front of a live audience at the historic Miracle Theater in the heart of Capitol Hill. Get your tickets, here.
Cap off your week at Joselito’s Hemingway Hour, the black and white tiled wine bar in Capitol Hill, for a cozy and delicious happy hour that won’t break the bank. Plus, if the weather holds out, the patio will be open! Read why you should swing by here.
Fabio Trabocchi brought his culinary genius to the Wharf this past winter and with it he also brought the brunch of our wildest dreams. You’re going to want to add Del Mar to your “to-brunch” this summer. Read why we thought this brunch was worth an A+, here.
We used to love a casual Sunday breakfast with our families at the local diner (just me? the girl from NYC?). Unconventional Diner, in Shaw, holds true to its name in that it’s unique and modern, but it still gives us that home-cooked diner goodness we long for. Check out our review, here.
Bitch Biz: While the Bitches Who Brunch wrote this post independently, compensation is received from partnerships with D.C. Harvest, Joselito, and Taste of Adams Morgan.