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On Sunday, we saw the first snowflakes of the season while watching the Buffalo Bills game. Facepalm. That’s OK, because here in D.C. we are experiencing perfect fall weather, and with that comes some awesome seasonal events! Here’s what’s on tap for this week.
Join us at Nailsaloon on Tuesday, October 27, for our upcoming Fall Nails and Cocktails event! Your ticket will include a manicure, or pedicure, as well as heavy appetizers from Glen’s Garden Market, and cocktails—whiskey, beer from Three Stars, wine, champagne. The gift bag will be filled with gifts from Zengo, Herban Lifestyle, Handmade Habitat candles, and more. Click here to snag a ticket—they won’t last long!
Monday, October 19
Oyamel, one of our go-to Mexican spots, is hosting their annual week long Day of the Dead celebration, which kicks-off tonight from 6:00p.m-9:00p.m. In honor of the Mexican holiday that celebrates loved ones who have passed, guests can enjoy live music, face painting, tequila tastings and all the fresh guac your heart desires. Bitches Who Brunch readers receive $5 off their ticket to the kick-off party tonight, when you use code: bwbdc. Purchase tickets here. Oyamel, 401 7th St. N.W., Washington, DC.
Tuesday, October 20
We typically need little convincing to participate in happy hour during the week, but when boozing benefits others, we make every effort to clear our calendar. Tonight marks the fourth annual Chefs for Equality fundraising event, benefitting the HRS Foundation’s nationwide work for LGBT equality. The event will showcase top D.C. area mixologists and chefs at the Ritz Carlton in West End. $200 tickets can be purchased here. The Ritz Carlton, 1150 22nd St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Wednesday, October 21
Halfway there! Head to our new favorite Bethesda outpost, Silver, for a fun, but casual happy hour from 4-7 p.m. Happy hour specials include $2 off draft beer and wine, and $6-$7 cocktails, at the bar. We usually can’t leave without an order of the tuna tartar – some of the best we’ve had in the city. Silver, 7150 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda, MD.
Thursday, October 22
Sing your heart out for charity. iStrategy Labs has partnered with DC Brau, Congressional Chorus, Zipcar, DC Bocce, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, representatives from the Washington Nationals to compete for karaoke glory, all to benefit CASS, Collective Action for Safe Spaces, an anti-sexual assault charity. Tickets, $26. 641 S St. N.W., 1st Floor, Washington, D.C.
Friday, October 23
After a long week, there’s nothing better than sitting back and cracking up, which is why we can’t wait to see Sebastian Maniscalco, a stand-up comedian who hails from Chicago, poke fun at his old world Italian upbringing in D.C. this Friday. Grab tickets to the show at Warner Theatre here and prepare to laugh cry. Warner Theater, 513 13th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
Saturday, October 24
Calling all foodies! The 10th Annual MetroCooking DC show is taking over the Washington Convention Center this weekend. Celebrity chefs like Giada De Laurentiis and Michael Symon will be headlining the culinary extravaganza. Grab a ticket and prepare to shop, sip, and sample. Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt. Vernon Place N.W., Washington, D.C.
Sunday, October 25
Sometimes it’s hard to coordinate with your best bitches, which is why we’ve been using Fete, a social gathering app, to help streamline our plans. Download the app, gather your peeps and head to Rasika, Oyamel, or The Royal, some of our recent faves.