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5 Reasons DC is My Favorite City

5 Reasons DC is My Favorite City

by Gabie Bacques I could think of one hundred reasons why I love D.C., but I’ve consolidated them into five major ones: 1. Everything is free Well, almost. As taxpayers, we earn our visits to National Museums and Galleries, and I intend to take advantage of that any...
15 Unique Washingtonian Eats

15 Unique Washingtonian Eats

Washington is full of culturally diverse eats, and you can’t afford to miss these.  Last fall, I welcomed new friends who moved to D.C., many whom have never visited Washington. It occurred to me that while some Washingtonians know where the city’s best unique eats...
Drink Like A Local in DC

Drink Like A Local in DC

While visiting the nation’s capital there are a few “must-dos” – like strolling by the White House, posing at the Lincoln Memorial and taking in serious knowledge at the Smithsonian’s. In that vein, certain bars -like the Round Robin Bar– though iconic are not where...
15 Places For An Early Breakfast Power Meeting

15 Places For An Early Breakfast Power Meeting

Need a place to conduct a pre-work meeting over more than just coffee before 8am? Here are 15 places in the District to do just that. For an extended sit down Founding Farmers (open from 7am Monday through Friday), 1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006 (202)...
4th Floor Wine Bar Opens at Prequel

4th Floor Wine Bar Opens at Prequel

Ever find yourself in a wine bar swimming in a menu full of unfamiliar options? Ever feel silly asking what exactly a Lambrusco is? The 4th Floor Wine Bar is one of Penn Quarter’s newest spots to grab a glass of wine. Head up to the fourth floor of the Prequel DC...
Prequel Pops Up in DC

Prequel Pops Up in DC

As a food enthusiast, have you found yourself bored with simply going to the newest restaurant in town? Why not help promising chefs launch their concepts? Enter Prequel – the first restaurant pop-up complex in the country. Throughout the year, Prequel plays...
Where to Find Macarons in DC

Where to Find Macarons in DC

On Friday morning we awoke to the sound of trumpets, National Macaron Day had arrived. Fully celebrated in NYC, it hasn’t quite caught on in the District, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find the delectable treats around our city. Not sure what a macaron is? Or...
Her Story: Fruitcycle Empowers Women

Her Story: Fruitcycle Empowers Women

There’s something about going to an orchard and picking your own fruit. The breeze in your hair, the sun on your skin, and the smell of ripe fruit permeating your nostrils. What isn’t felt is the thousands of pounds of fruit wasted due to bruising, over-ripening, or...
5 Provocative Cocktails to Try Now

5 Provocative Cocktails to Try Now

Single and looking? Taken and looking for spice?  What’s your flavor–sweet and dreamy, sexy and daring, or optimistic with hopes to find someone who’s in it for the long haul? Whatever your pleasure, here are five drinks that’ll give you the balls to approach the one...
Oki Bowl DC & Sake Opens

Oki Bowl DC & Sake Opens

Do you work in Dupont Circle/Farragut Square and often find yourself hankering for a bowl of ramen? Tucked away on M Street, just doors down from the acclaimed family-run sub-shop Bub & Pop’s, the new Oki Bowl DC & Sake is unassuming–a girl could stroll...
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