My quick weekend trip to the nation's capital consisted of eating, shopping, and sweating. I went to D.C. to help my brother move into his new townhouse, hence the sweating part. I love D.C.: the culture, the food, the history, everything about it. Most of the weekend was spent in Georgetown, moving boxes and unpacking. I even took the liberty of color coordinating my brother's closet. During the unpacking, of course, I got very hangry. We went to a great sandwich shop called SUNdeVICH. Each sandwich on the menu was inspired by a different international city, which I thought was really cool! Although I wanted to try everything on the menu, I needed up getting the Lima, which was so good! Honestly, I was surprised they didn't have a "Los Angeles" sandwich, which would just be a plate of sliced avocado; where's the suggestion box? All in all it calmed my hangry-ness and proved to be a great lunch spot! The next stop on my mind was--you guessed it--dinner! I am always in the mood for Italian food, so we stopped at our favorite Italian place in D.C.: Ristorante Piccolo. There's nothing better than some bread, olive oil, and pasta. The other dinner spot I went to during this trip was Red Hen. It was my first time there and it did not disappoint. I had the salmon and it was cooked perfectly (seriously one of the top five best salmon I've ever had). Anyway, after I ate my weight in fish and bread, I fit in some shopping time. My favorite stores to hit while in D.C. are Intermix, Club Monaco, and Cusp (a branch of Neiman Marcus). One last food recommendation for your sweet tooth: Forget Georgetown Cupcakes, there's way too much hype and the cupcakes are just okay, instead go to Baked and Wired. Check out some photos from my trip below!