the pineapple DC guide to the women's march in DC
pineapple DC stands with all women and men marching on January 21st.
here are some of our favorite women-owned spots to check out while you are here and other tips + tricks for navigating our city. welcome to DC!
prep for the march
this comprehensive article sums up what to wear, where to go and how to best navigate dc for this historical weekend.
Rare Sweets for All
post march, recharge with the dreamy cakes, cookies and ice cream at RareSweets (in case you’re one of those people without a sweet tooth, their biscuits should NOT be overlooked..)
looking for some city adventures?
take a stroll through georgetown!
walk along the waterfront and pit stop at Chaia, for some local, seasonal, delightful tacos (protip.. there is misfit juice on tap). continue your stroll (and get your shopping on) as you make your way up to the ladies at greenheart juice for a wholesome cold-pressed drink or probiotic coconut yogurt (boost that immune system!)
(@chaiadc @misfit @greenheartjuiceshop )
some of our dinner favorites:
Bon Appetit Top 10 restaurant winner Bad Saint is the most glorious Filipino food you’ve ever had. Note: be prepared to wait in line for hours before it opens. a great back-up plan is to dine at highly acclaimed Laotian restaurant Thip Khao. both restaurants are in the Columbia Heights neighborhood in NW DC.
if you’re into lists: our favorite plant-based blogger Alexandra Dawson highlighted her favorite vegetarian and vegan spots in DC with The New Potato (veggies are the best)
AND last but certainly not least, the inspiring women in service community of All In Service DC have rounded up some of the best restaurants in DC to open their doors to all visitors over Inauguration weekend and pledge to donate a portion of their proceeds to local nonprofits that keep our community thriving