Bitches Who Brunch tells you where to brunch, what to wear, and where to party in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. We publish every week day, starting with Monday’s events calendar and continuing with fashion, party recaps, theatre reviews, easy-and-delicious recipes, and brunch reviews and guides throughout the week. Interested in reaching our readers? Click here to learn more about partnering with us.
The co-founder of Bitches Who Brunch, Cori Sue loves brand strategy, social media, red wine, and pink lipstick. She's also the principal of Citrus Media, which provides social media and branding support to D.C. area businesses. When she's not brunching, shopping, or working, you can find her at a boutique fitness class or at the airport off on her next international adventure. Her favorite brunch dish is steak & eggs.
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Alexis now calls the Windy City her home. Between PR activities in Chicago's vibrant food scene and volunteering at the Anti-Cruelty Society, Alexis finds time for manicures and blow-outs, nightlife and networking, and raising chickens on her rooftop garden. She is known to be planning her next meal while eating her current one.
Annie is our D.C. Social Bitch, a title she takes very seriously in all senses of the word "social." A Boston-native and journalist by day, Annie loves being the friend that you text for brunch recs or the best new cocktail bar. Her favorite brunch dish is chicken and waffles.
Shruti, our NYC cocktail editor and resident vegetarian loves roaming in rompers, enjoying live music and discovering speakeasies around the city. When she's not pitching media at a PR-agency focusing on beauty and e-commerce accounts, you can find her exploring kitschy cocktail bars and reviewing veggie friendly brunches. On the weekends, she's usually indulging in the three main food groups: champagne, carbs, and coffee. Shruti can't resist lemon ricotta pancakes.
From Michelin restaurants to hole in the wall joints, Dannah is always hunting down noteworthy flavors. Previously scouting out New York's brunch scene, she's now diving right into D.C.'s fashion, art, and, of course, brunch culture one District establishment at a time.