I don’t know if you’ve heard, but Galentine’s Day is actually a thing and has been since Leslie Knope showed us the light, fiction has become tradition. Rather you’re attached or stag, its always nice to let your girls know you love them too. While Galentine’s Day is the 13th, here’s a list of the girliest things to do for the holiday this weekend in DC.
Commissary is partnering up with The Washington Blade to dedicate this weekends bottomless brunch service to everyone’s favorite icon, Beyonce. On February 10th enjoy spiked Lemonade, mimosas, and bloody marys while jamming to all your favorite Beyonce tracks as you watch her videos projected on an entire wall. Sounds like my kind of brunch! Food prices vary and bottomless beverages are $15. Make reservations.
It’s your chance to do as the Romans do because chef Amy Brandwein will be teaching how to make classic pasta of Rome at Centrolina on Saturday, February 10th. Learn 5 of the essentials including tonnarelli cacio e pepe, bucatini amatriciana, and spaghetti carbonara. After you make it, you get to eat it family style! If you think you can recreate the recipes at home, feel free to purchase the ingredients from the Centrolina market after the class. Tickets are $45.
For Sunday brunch on February 11th at City Tap Dupont enjoy Prosecco deals bottomless mimosas, Bellinis, beermosas and bloody marys while they screen episodes of Sex & The City. Prosecco bottles will be on special for $25. Reserve your table.
Are you a sweets kind of girl? Petite LouLou Creperie + Bar a’ Vins will feature a three-tiered tea tower, complete with tea sandwiches, chocolate brioche, and tasty chocolate treats. Tickets.
If you and your squad take your talents to Pennsylvania 6 this Sunday be sure to mention “Galentines brunch” when making your reservations you will all get free glasses of bubbly and a dessert to share. Tickets and more information.
Does your girl group have a flair for the dramatic? Why? Not see a good show? ‘Something Rotten’ has received 10 Tony nominations and is running at the National Theatre from February 9-18th. Tickets start at $48.
Did you travel to spend time with your gal pals? Stay the night, there’s so much to do in DC!
RoomShare can help you find a great place to stay. Travelers cancel their plans often and when they do, the hotel rooms they have reserved go unoccupied. RoomShare gets access to these bookings and discounts them for lucky people like you. In turn, if you make a booking and need to cancel it, sell it back on RoomShare and get back a portion of your booking fee.
If you don’t mind company or if you’d prefer it make a profile on RoomShare and be mated with a same-sex roommate with similar interest. You both will sleep soundly in your own personal beds and save money by splitting the cost. Maybe a new Galentine for next year?
Enjoy this season of love and friendship and let RoomShare help with your plans. Cheers to good friends.