Don’t forget to get your tickets to next weekend’s Brunch & Bloodys event, hosted by the Washingtonian. We’ll be judging the Bloody Mary contest. I’m telling you early because tickets are sure to sell out; get them here.
If you’re lucky enough to have Columbus Day off, head to brunch! Matchbox, Founding Farmers, Jaleo, Oyamel, Ted’s Bulletin, Eatonville, Belga Cafe, and Peacock Cafe are all serving brunch today, and we’ll be tweeting other locations, too! If you don’t have the day off, join me and Baby Bitch Amanda Jean for dinner at Station 4 tonight. The restaurant is donating a portion of the day’s proceeds to Take a Bite Out of Breast Cancer. Get more details on the fundraiser here.
Tuesday will be another Take a Bite Out of Breast Cancer dinner. This time, at Policy. I’ll be there with friends for more delicious bites for a good cause. Policy is kindly donating 25 percent of all dinner proceeds to the fundraising campaign, which educates Washington, D.C. residents about the importance of early detection and breast cancer awareness. Get more info here.
Dress for Success Washington D.C. is celebrating 10 years of transforming women’s lives. Join them at a luncheon at the Hotel Palomar Wednesday when they will highlight the group’s achievements, growth, and transformation. The organization promotes economic independence of women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and career development tools to help women thrive. Get tickets here.
Thursday through Sunday Bethesda Row is hosting Writers on the Row, a four-day book festival celebrating food, fashion, fame and more. Celebrity authors, from Law & Order: SVU’s Richard Belzer to Bravo’s Pregnant in Heels star Rosie Pope, will be on hand for readings and discussions during 20 fashionable events around the Row. Get more information here.
Que Sera! One of my fav groups will be performing at the BYT & La Maison Française after-hours festival on Friday: Wax Tailor. The two-day event features great bands, drinks, DJs, art, food, performances, lights, photos, vibes, and lots of awkward cheek kisses. Saturday night’s entertainment is Tomorrow’s World (the new project from Air and New Young Pony Club. Forealz.). Advance tickets are $20, get them here.
DC Wine Week is kicking off Saturday night. Make sure you plan to attend one of the events during the week-long celebration dedicated to enjoying wine. Expect hosted themed events throughout the week, paired menus and special oﬀers from participating bars and restaurants. Click here for more information.
Love Lichtenstein? I do. I’ll be at the National Gallery of Art Sunday for the opening of the Roy Lichtenstein Retrospective. The exhibit features 134 of his masterpieces ranging from the classic early pop paintings to the renowned series, including Brushstrokes and Chinese Landscapes. The exhibit will be there through January 13.