Pub Dread, DC
Pub Dread – If you haven’t been to this Halloween-themed pop up bar yet (which features an epic Bowie homage), this should definitely be top of your list this weekend. Pub Dread will also be hosting a Halloween Benefit for Puerto Rico on the 31st with 100% of the proceeds going to Jose Andrés’s World Central Kitchen. The Dining Traveler is giving 5 pairs of tickets to this benefit – details here!

Spirit of Autumn, Artechouse
Spirit of Autumn at Artechouse – This interactive video installation is a playground for art lovers (and instagrammers) of all ages. Evening admission for 21+ features beautiful fall-themed cocktails as the installation changes to a nighttime experience!

MGM National Harbor Spa
MGM National Harbor Spa – I don’t know about you, but this is the time of year my skin starts to get dry and a good facial really helps with moisture retention. The Clarins MoistureQuench Facial I recently tried at the MGM National Harbor Spa made such a difference in my skin, I would recommend it to anyone who struggles with dry skin. They’re running a bunch of specials right now (including a discount on the MoistureQuench Facial), so check them out!

The Wharf DC
The Wharf -The hottest new area in DC just opened two weekends ago and I was lucky enough to get a preview tour from the fine folks at the Mandarin Oriental (located just steps away). The Wharf features loads of dining, shopping, and entertainment options (many of which are locally-owned) – Politics and Prose, Mike Isabella’s Requin, Kwame Onwuachi’s Kith and Kin (which features an awesome mural by Meg Biram), and 9:30 Club’s The Anthem, just to name a few. I was particularly excited about Pearl Street Warehouse, a restaurant and live music venue that reminds me of some of my favorite places in New Orleans!

Via Umbria
Bottomless Brunch & Movie Night at Via Umbria – You’ve seen how good the food is in my recent post. Check it out for yourself this Sunday for a very reasonable $35/person. Movie night on the 31st features Italian-themed thriller I’m Not Scared + a three course pasta dinner with wine pairings.

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Wow it’s been so long since I’ve been to DC. I used to live there. Seems like a few great things to do next time I’m there.

xx Yasmin


Bottomless brunch and movie night sounds amazing, I need to do that!

Anika |


So many interesting weekend activities!!!

Thanks for sharing this guide!

Hope you are having a great Saturday!


Seize your Style


Really nice article, I love your style!



Just based on your IG, it aways looks like you know the best spots! These all sound great.

Amy Ann
Straight A Style


Ah, I miss DC! I lived there for a few months while doing research at the Folger Shakespeare Library and I’ve been back for the odd conference and to visit a friend but I really want to plan a more extended visit. And I am ALWAYS down for a good Halloween shindig. Always.

Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines


That is so cool you did research there! My husband used to love going to shows at the Shakespeare Theater, but unfortunately we haven’t had time since we had a kiddo!


What a fun post! you look amazing!!!
Mónica Sors


Thank you for these recommendations! I will be in Washington in 3 weeks and so excited! Xx Susanne –


Lovely photos dear! Love your outfit in the 4th photo too.

Jessica |


I’ve never been in DC but this post makes me want to go right now!
The Color Palette


How cool! I need to save this in case I ever go to Washington D.C. It’s not a far drive from me!



Love your pictures! looks like you had fun!
I hope you could visit my blog

Alessa Bernal.


What a full packed weekend activity, love the bottomless brunch. Hope not to get too drunk during the afternoon. Wonderful pictures honey.

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